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Congratulations to El Pistolero!

Tour of California: Jelly Belly Cycling Team

We take a look at the FSA teams taking part in the Tour of California, including the Jelly belly Team

Winning Etixx Quick-Step at Amstel Gold Race

Michał Kwiatkowski (Etixx-QuickStep) claimed his first road race win as World champion with a perfectly executed sprint at the end of Amstel Gold Race.


Peter Sagan gets his own back on Michal Kwiatkowski

Latest from FSA

Brake lever type and position can make a subtle but important element to your descending position and ability. Brake performance is important too – check out these Afterburner brakes

7 top tips for mastering off-road descents

Posted on 13th Oct 2015 in News,

Tweak your setup There’s much you can do to get the best from your bike on descents. Dropping the saddle lets you get your weight down and back, while lowering tyre pressure increases grip and…

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Combining a traditional wide-stanced setup with unique alloy arms, the SL-K Cyclocross brake is both effective and distinctive.

The buyer’s guide to Cyclocross Brakes

Posted on 5th Oct 2015 in News,

Cantilever brakes have been popular in cyclocross for many years. They give huge amounts of room for mud to drop through, rather than acting as a shelf for mounds of heavy dirt. Just compare these…

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Ben Berden: Any Dusty Sunday

Posted on 28th Sep 2015 in News,

Video courtesy of Stoemper Big Ben tackles the infernal dust of GP Gloucester. Ben Berden is riding an FSA SLK ABS Crankset as well as an SLK Cockpit [Handlebars, Stem and Seatpost]. Ben also rides our Vision…

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The SL-K light comes in 165mm, 170mm, 172.5mm and 175mm for perfect fitting

Crank length – does it matter? 

Posted on 25th Sep 2015 in News,

While everybody notices crank quality, far fewer riders look at crank length beyond their initial bike purchase. Delve into the subject and there’s an absolute mass of recommendations for the ‘correct’ length. Some of it…

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The innovative 20-degree drop SL-K stem restoring weight distribution and handling balance to big-wheel, long fork-travel MTBs.

How to get the perfect mountain bike fit

Posted on 18th Sep 2015 in News,

Mountain bikes are harder to set up than road bikes, because they face so many competing demands. Here are the secrets of great bike fit. First, your riding style matters. If your focus is climbing…

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Upgrading your MTB? Light, hand-built and highly versatile, the tubeless-compatible K-Force Light wheels are a great first consideration

MTB vs Road: learn to love them both!

Posted on 11th Sep 2015 in News,

Variety is the spice of life, and it’s certainly true of cycling. While it’s easy to stick to one camp – road or off-road – there’s a lot to be gained from crossing over. Getting…

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The K-Force Light single chainring is amongst the MTB offerings


Posted on 8th Sep 2015 in News,

We all know about the benefits of carbon fiber for bikes. In fact, there are now very few top-end components that aren’t made from carbon. Light weight, strength, and stiffness all mean that, as things…

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