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Preview: Chris King Press Fit 24 Bottom Bracket

I hate Press Fit bottom brackets. But….here’s the rub: it’s fair to say that the Press Fit bottom bracket will soon be the only bottom bracket in the future. Accordingly, I’m on a mission to find the best of this breed. Today’s candidate? Chris King’s Press Fit 24 model.

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Spotlight | Scott’s slimmed down Addict and new Solace

08.02.2013

By Nicole Formosa When Scott’s first Addict hit the market in 2007, it quickly made a name for itself as the lightest production road-racing frameset on the market. By the time Scott took it out of the line four years later, the competition had caught up, and Scott’s engineers had turned their attention to aero. […]

Video Review: Why ‘NotBad’ Is A Whole Lot Better Than Not Bad

08.02.2013

Here’s a review, a terribly subjective and opinionated judgement of Anthill’s "NotBad" movie.

Dirty Words: Get up, stand up! Stand up for your rides.

08.02.2013

One man is on a mission to stop you from riding like a baby...surprisingly, his solution involves bar ends.

Friday Five: Five Essential Items For Your Backpack

08.02.2013

Carry a pack for long enough and you’ll start to accumulate a host of useless items, gubbins and kincknacks. I urge you to take five minutes to repack your riding backpack before you head out this weekend. All you need are these five things

Theater Thursday | John Watson: The Ends

08.01.2013

Source: Mission Workshop Setting out from Shanghai, John Watson and Mission Workshop began their cycling tour of China’s Yangtze River Delta. Using both film and digital formats, Watson photographed the surroundings and encounters with the local community. Led by their friends from Factory Five, they headed into a frenetic network of massive residential complexes, large […]

Les Alpes Project: 666 Kilometers and 17 Mountain Passes

08.01.2013

Source: Mavic | Photo: Christophe Margot On August 5th Mike Cotty will attempt a personal challenge to ride non-stop through the heart of the French Alps from Evian Les Bains to Nice, a distance of 666 kilometers with 17 mountain passes—including the Col de la Colombière, Madeleine, Glandon, Croix de Fer, Télégraphe, Galibier, Izoard, Vars, […]

From the Vault | Ben Serotta

08.01.2013

Photo: Chris Milliman We here at Paved are sad to see that Serotta bicycles will soon be shutting its doors. Ben Serotta made the bikes for the 7-Eleven team—the first American team to race the Tour de France—and for years Serotta has been one of the most respected small bicycle brands in the business. We […]

Video | The Tour of Flanders

08.01.2013

“If you were brought up without frills and you know what hunger is, it makes you hard enough to withstand bike races.” —Karel van Wijnendaele, Sportwereld Magazine, 1942

News: SRAM Debuts X01

08.01.2013

What sets X01 apart from its slightly pricier sibling? Why should you even care when you’ve probably spent years shifting a front derailleur and never thought, “Man, what I need right now is some way to just rid myself of that thing that makes climbing hills easy!” Fair questions. Here are some answers.

The Bakery: Meat Pies and Meatheads… A DH Race Weekend

08.01.2013

A DH race weekend is a magical world, the kind of place you find if you stumble through the back of a wardrobe or fall down a rabbit hole. Only the Cheshire cat would be wearing a pajama suit and Alice would be manically adjusting her tire pressure. Men run around in women’s clothing, scale buildings naked and drop their pants on course like baboons in heat.

5 Reasons Why They’re The Velominati And You Could Be

07.31.2013

Words: Gary J Boulanger || Photos: Jesse Willems Two things have stuck with me since 1980: the first, my initial disdain—then love—for Latin, which was required as a freshman at Abbot Pennings, my all-male Catholic high school; the second, the dedication to cycling modeled by my former boss at Rivendell Bicycle Works, Grant Petersen. The […]

Tested: HT AE03 Pedals

07.31.2013

The first thing you notice about the EVO flat pedal is that it is freakishly thin. At a mere 11 millimeters at their thickest point, these things give you a hell of a lot more clearance than you average flat pedal—a huge plus if you live and ride amongst the roots and rocks or if you (like me) favor bikes with low bottom brackets.

Video: 12 Months, 12 Stories–Episode 7

07.31.2013

It's a big time of the year for Enduro racing: July is the month where you have to score the big results and do your best at the most important race of the season. Follow this incredible month's footage of Jerôme Clementz, riding, sharing, racing and winning EWS in Les 2 Alpes and Megavalanche in Alpes D'Huez.

News Of The Tweet: Codswallop, Gibberish And Hogwash

07.30.2013

Seb Kemp contemplates the meaning of love, life and the universe all through the Vaseline smeared lens that is News Of The Tweet.

Levi’s Bike Shop | Portland, San Francisco, Denver, Austin, Minneapolis, Brooklyn

07.30.2013

Source: Levi’s In August 2013, Levi’s kicks off “Go to Work,” a two-month campaign and traveling Bike Shop. We’re visiting six cities and five social networks. RSVP at http://www.levis-commuter.com Portland, San Francisco, Denver, Austin, Minneapolis, Brooklyn

Video: Racing Action from Vallnord

07.30.2013

What happened in Vallnord this past weekend? Check out the action from the Downhill finals.

Video: Not All Vacations Are Created Equal

07.30.2013

You remember the long, lame vacations you took with your family as a kid--the trip to see the world's biggest cow pie or the visit to the Ear Wax Hall of Fame? Well, this isn't one of those vacations. Apparently, it pays to have a dad who rips.

Video | Fun with Bubble Wrap

07.29.2013

We are speechless.

Video | Ben Farver and the Argonaut Dream Build

07.29.2013

By Joe Parkin | Photo: Van Swae I first met Argonaut’s Ben Farver in the Paved magazine booth on the second day of the 2012 Interbike trade show in Las Vegas, Nevada, through a mutual friend. The booth was a flurry of activity and I’d been conversation-hopping from road bikes to mountain bikes, listened to […]

Rerun | Photographer Stephen Wilde Gets ‘Covered’ By Dan Barham

07.29.2013

September 2012 — A few weeks ago, we took the opportunity to travel to British Columbia to present Paved and Bike magazine photographer Stephen Wilde with a framed cover of the Fall issue. It features one of his images shot while on assignment for the ‘Zen to Zero’ story that can be found inside the […]

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