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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: May 2015
We had so much fun with our Instagram images during last year’s trip to Japan (#BQinjapan) that we decided to start a dedicated Compass Bicycles Instagram account. Follow us at: https://instagram.com/compasscycle/
Oceans have a strong appeal to me. The Raid Pyrénéen, a ride across the length of the Pyrenees mountains, starts at the Atlantic and ends at the Mediterranean. On our Flèche 24-hour rides, we often visit the Pacific Ocean. Oceans … Continue reading
The Summer 2015 Bicycle Quarterly is at the printer and will be mailed next week. This summer’s theme is a “Journey of Discoveries”. We test the Breadwinner B-Road that won last year’s Oregon Outback. We take it on a journey to … Continue reading
A while back, another magazine published a list of the “10 Most Important Innovations in Cycling”. The list included things like electronic shifting and Lycra, but left out pneumatic tires… This got us thinking: What are the ten most important … Continue reading
Running Red Lights Few things raise the ire of motorists (and some cyclists) more than cyclists running red lights. Yet anybody who has ridden in major cities has seen riders proceeding through red lights. Why do they do this? Cyclists … Continue reading
When the new Edelux II headlights came out a little over a year ago, they were another big step forward in lighting technology. Compared to the first Edelux, the new version features a much wider and more evenly lit beam. … Continue reading