Courage Scx Team Issue

The Courage Team Issue features a TIG-welded frame using True Temper S3 tubing for the front triangle, mated to a rear triangle constructed with Columbus Life tubing. The Team Issue features a striking white, red, blue and black paint scheme modeled after classic BMW racing colors. Designed specifically for Midwestern race courses, the single front ring setup and ultra-light parts spec reduce complexity and unnecessary weight. Q Price S2500 (frame and Edge Carbon fork) Info www.ridecourage.com...

Too Big To Border

In some places, mountains serve as a border region-this side is mine, that side is yours. The Pyrenees are a great example of The Alps are much too large to be a border region for any one place. They occupy portions of France, Switzerland, Italy, Austria, Germany, Liechtenstein and even Slovenia. They are subdivided into 11 different regions, and the cols raced in the Tour de France come from the Chablais, Cottian, Dauphine, Graian and Maritime alps. Complicating matters are several mountain...

Bh G5 On The Road

BH hit the mark squarely with the G5. It descends fluidly, with a considerable boost in front-end stiffness and responsive, yet manageable steering. Its acceleration is spontaneous, and there is a direct connection felt between the pedals and the pavement. BH tells us that the bottom bracket stiffness is doubled over the G4, and this is readily apparent, but the most descriptive word for the G5 is balanced. It responds to smooth or explosive efforts without a wiggle, and transitions from seated...

Shimano In Hanoi

Following his winning effort at the Stage One TT in Monaco, Fabian Cancellara went yellow and had the custom-painted road bike to prove it For the month of July at least, Mark Cavendish is unquestionably the fastest man on the planet. His Scott Addict with WWII-inspired Spitfire graphics is the bike that makes it all possible. Besides a new TT-specific saddle used by Fabian Cancellara, Prologo also broke out these custom saddles for Saxo Bank brothers Frank and Andy Schleck....

A 1972 Raleigh Grand Prix

1972 Raleigh Grand Prix Bike

As a retired USAF NCO with a farm to support, I don't have a lot of spare cash, but I find some for RBA even if I'm not going to ride carbon, wear spandex or shave. I got back into bikes a little over a year ago. My road ride is a '72 Raleigh Grand Prix, which I bought new and rode to rubble in southern Maryland, West Virginia and the UK. With the great help of my LBS Continental Celery, Wichita , I'm in the gradual process of upgrading it cassette 36-spoke 700 cyclotrons wheels more spokes and...