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Razha/Shimano 105 Complete Road Bike

Pinarello Razha/Shimano 105 Complete Road Bike

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Avant M30 Complete Road Bike

Orbea Avant M30 Complete Road Bike

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Dogma 65.1 Think 2 Road Bike Frame - 2014

Pinarello Dogma 65.1 Think 2 Road Bike Frame - 2014

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Century Disc Complete Bike

Diamondback Century Disc Complete Bike

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Orca M50 Complete Road Bike

Orbea Orca M50 Complete Road Bike

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Empire Road Frameset - 2014

Merlin Empire Road Frameset - 2014

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Cento1 SR Road Bike Frame

Wilier Cento1 SR Road Bike Frame

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Paris 50.1.5 Think2 Road Bike Frame

Pinarello Paris 50.1.5 Think2 Road Bike Frame

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Cento1 Air Road Bike Frame - 2014

Wilier Cento1 Air Road Bike Frame - 2014

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Elite AiR 9.8 - 2014

Boardman Bikes Elite AiR 9.8 - 2014

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How to Choose a Road Bike

Road bikes are designed for racing or training on the road. In the quest for comfort and efficiency, bike designers strive for low weight, aerodynamics, lateral stiffness, and vertical compliance. The correct combination of these variables equals a bike that translates rider input directly to the road while absorbing enough shock and vibration to reduce fatigue.

Carbon Fiber
Carbon Fiber frames show up most often in high-end road and race bikes because it has a few distinct advantages over other common materials: a superior strength-to-weight ratio, longer fatigue life, and increased vibration-damping. Carbon bikes tend to cost more, but the price is worth it for the serious cyclist. Shop Carbon Fiber Road Bikes
Aluminum
Aluminum frames have their own advantages. The first is cost. Aluminum frames are less expensive to make and, as a result, less expensive to buy. Aluminum’s other advantage is its stiffness. While this stiffness means you’ll feel more road vibration, it also means that every ounce of power is put directly to the road. Shop Aluminum Road Bikes
Titanium
A lot of cycling lore surrounds titanium. A titanium frame’s real advantage is its incredible fatigue strength—a good titanium frame will easily outlast its owner. It also means that a frame can be made to flex slightly, which lends the frame a lively, springy feel. You’ve heard the old adage about titanium bikes: if you find one for sale, buy it. Shop Titanium Road Bikes

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Camp-Kitchen Basics
Camp Kitchen Basics

 

Trail mix and granola bars get old pretty quickly, so if you want to improve the culinary aspects of camping, you'll need to get yourself some camp-kitchen equipment. This broad category includes everything from basic stoves for boiling water to full-on ovens and frying pan sets. If you want any kind of hot food or drink while you're backpacking, you'll need a camp stove at the very least. There is also a wide variety of pots, pans, grills, griddles, and accessories that allow you to cook just about anything you might make at home when you're out in the wilderness.

Stoves:

Ranging from lightweight, self-contained units to large grills and ovens, camp stoves come in many styles and sizes to accommodate everyone from the minimalist backpacker to the car-camping family of four.

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Kitchenware:

There is a camp-friendly version of almost everything you have in your kitchen that's been designed to save weight and improve convenience, including pots, pans, plates, and coffee presses.

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