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REI has its own line of hybrid bikes — after riding 500 miles on one, I’d highly recommend them to commuters
In 2017, REI launched its Co-op Cycles brand, which offers a variety of bike styles and gear. I tested the CTY 2.1 hybrid bike and especially liked how light it felt, the excellent maneuverability, and the smooth ride afforded by the front suspension.
A refusal to wear helmets leads to hundreds of fatal bike crashes each year. A team of former SpaceX engineers may have found the solution.
After three years of research and development, a team of engineers has developed a collapsible bike helmet that's safer and more comfortable than the traditional model.
Lance Armstrong told an incredible story of how he paid all the tabs at a crowded bar after they chanted ‘f— you’ at him
Armstrong admits that he was not contrite during his infamous interview with Oprah Winfrey but that a recent private conversation "rocked [him] to the core."
The Tour de France brings out the lightest and fastest bikes, and sometimes the best-looking. We visited the 22 teams to check out each squad's line. Here are the best-looking bikes at the Tour, ranked from "meh" to "ooh!"
Things just seem to keep getting worse for the best stage racer on the planet.
There's been a trend toward riding wider tires with lower pressure, and for good reason: It's essentially faster and more comfortable in non-lab, real-world conditions.
The CEO of an ‘experiential education’ company explains why he bought one of America’s top Tour de France teams and why a YouTube vi...
EF Education First CEO Edward Hult spoke with Business Insider about why he bought a top American cycling team, why he's not losing sleep over the sport's rampant-doping past, and why a YouTube video can only show you so much about the world.
The American team EF Education First–Drapac p/b Cannondale invited Business Insider inside its team bus for one of its daily meetings. Here's what we saw behind the scenes at the world's biggest bike race.
For a moment it actually livened up a rather boring part of the race.
"Fewer than 10 guys can win, for sure, but probably that number is three or four, realistically," US team boss Jonathan Vaughters told Business Insider on Wednesday. But why? See the explanation — and the contenders — here.