From road to cyclocross to touring, Kona continues to expand its lineup of fun and practical bikes.
The water-resistant down in the Pitchpine is augmented by the insulation from the ground inherent in the Air Core SL pad.
Is this the most niche racing bike ever created? The Salsa Cutthroat is a specialists race bike for what may be the world's hardest bike race, the Tour Divide.
We took a few days to hang out with the Blackburn Rangers. Riding, camping, eating, shenanigans. It was a swell time.
The kg271 is Madsen’s latest version of its fully equipped longtail cargo bike. The rear bucket—which straddles the rear 20-inch wheel—has been its signature look from the beginning. Our verdict?
We traveled to New Zealand for a sneak peek and ride on the new 'cross bike and some of the brand's latest mountain bikes.
We used three high security locks from Abus. All use Abus’ Granit X Plus key system, which is highly pick resistant, and comes with two keys and a code card to replace lost keys. Our verdict?
Raleigh's Clubman DIsc takes the lines of a classic steel frame and blends in modern geometry and disc brakes. Bicycle Times take a look at this 2015 disc brake road bike.
We put Giro's new winter SPD boots, the Alpineduro, through the field test wringer and came away impressed.
Fixie? 'Cross bike? How about urban assault vehicle! The Accomplice is a simple, go-anywhere fun machine.
We have a herd of $1,000 bikes in for review including disc brake road bikes, a fat bike, and even a long-tail cargo bike.
Review of the Jefferson Messenger Bag and the Brooklyn Backpack, two up-cycled bags from Alchemy Goods for use on and off the bike.
A steel touring bike like the AWOL might not be what you'd expect from a racing-oriented brand like Specialized, but we found it perfect for all sorts of adventures.
New gloves aren't always news, but when cold weather specialists 45North has something new, it is worth taking a look.
There are a lot of Bluetooth speakers on the market, but find out why this is one of our favorites.
As the leaves on the trees change colors, a cyclist's mind turns towards thoughts of hydraulic disc brake for road bikes.
Another spin through the show floor at the cycling industry's largest North American tradeshow.
We ride the Scott Solace Disc 15, a endurance road bike with Shimano Ultegra Di2 and hydraulic disc brakes.
Raleigh looks to have a very interesting selection of bikes for 2015, including new road, adventure and mountain bike models.
For the most part, we stay out of the Kickstarter/crowd sourcing fray, letting the crowd decide if the products are worthy. We made a rare exception for Green Guru, an established business, and good folks, too. Not only did we get the “hey check out this new product and Kickstarter”, we got one of the prototypes sent to the office to ride and decide if things are ready.
Like most Green Guru products, the FreeRider will be made from mostly recycled materials, in this case either the pictured scrap nylon from an awning maker ($60), or bicycle inner tubes ($75).The design is a cross between a standard grocery pannier and the X-1 bags from an Xtracycle. When empty, the bag folds flat against the bike, but easily opens up two swallow full grocery bags, bag packs, or a baritone sax.
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