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- After two years of development and thousands of miles of real-world testing, Compass is expanding our selection of 11-speed compatible chainrings. Details on the blog (link in bio). #renehersecrankAnother stunning carbon-ti #allroadbike from @fireflybicycles. Rolling on #compasstires, of course. #repostThe man himself, #jpweigle on one of his amazing creations, at the finish of #d2r2. #repost @geojoek #allroadbike #compasstires #renehersecrank #renehersebrake
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- 12 Myths in Cycling (1): Wider Tires Are Slower
- Rene Herse 11-speed Chainrings in New Sizes
- Tire Width: how much difference do a few millimeters make?
- Tire Pressure Take-Home
- How Wide a Tire Can I Run?
- Myth 13: Leaning without Countersteering
- Which Hand for which Brake?
- The Trouble with 'Road Tubeless'
- Myth 5: An Upright Position is Always More Comfortable
- Why We Choose Steel Bikes
Monthly Archives: October 2011
About ten years ago, I walked into a small bookstore in Seattle’s Fremont neighborhood. I saw a beautiful book on motorcycles, and even though I am not particularly interested in motorbikes, I picked up the book. The photography in The … Continue reading
We recently received our first shipment of 110 mm-long Grand Bois stems. The fillet-brazed stems are available in 10 mm increments from 60 to 110 mm. Now riders of all sizes can use these beautifully crafted, super-strong stems and decaleurs. … Continue reading
I mostly talk about our projects in this blog, including products we develop at Compass Bicycles, but rarely discuss those of other manufacturers. This might lead to the impression that Bicycle Quarterly does the same. However, the magazine is independent … Continue reading
Every once in a while, we receive a shipment of books that got damaged in transit. Usually, the damage is slight, like a bump on a corner, and most bookstores would sell them as “new” books. We know that you … Continue reading
Bicycle Quarterly is entering its 10th year! We recently mailed Vol. 10, No. 1, the Autumn 2011 issue. It has been a remarkable journey, and it is nice to see how much the bike industry has changed over the last … Continue reading
The new René Herse cranks have entered production. The arms are being forged, the chainrings are being machined, and the crank bolts are being made, each by specialist manufacturers who are among the best in their trade. The photo above … Continue reading