Shimano's latest road group offers better front shifting, improved ergonomics, a derailleur that affords more gear range, and powerful
Shimano announces two new top-of-the line shoes for road and mountain with improved fit and special integrated socks.
Shimano enters the mountain bike dropper post market with the new 120-millimeter travel, cable-actuated Koryak post with internal routing.
Global Cycling Network takes a look at the new Shimano Dura-Ace. The parts offer a hidden power meter, new disc brakes, and synchro-shift.
Shimano announces new Dura-Ace group. The parts feature a power meter, synchronized shifting, Dura-Ace disc brakes, and a wider cassette
As the Big Three component manufacturers make way for Rotor and, soon, FSA, pros and consumers have more choices than ever.
Shimano’s family of electronic shifting continues to grow with the launch of the Deore XT Di2 group and an improved E-Tube system.
The RP9 is a second-tier shoe that is better than most companies' premier offerings. Those with high-volume feet should give it a look.
Nearly all Shimano road groups now offer disc brake options, and Tiagra will be the least-expensive hydraulic offering.
The next generation of Dura-Ace will include a power meter, road-specific disc brakes and rotors, improved Di2 integration, and synchro