The Consumer Product Safety Commission has recalled a number of carbon BMX forks from Box Components due to a problem with the steerer coming loose from the fork crown. Impacted consumers can get replacement forks from Box.
On the heels of the new kids’ cyclocross bikes we saw at the 2016 Sea Otter Classic from Raleigh and Kona, Portland, Oregon’s Islabikes has a new Pro Series range of bikes for kids of all ages.
In this second part of our look at new helmet options we take a look at more traditional lids to keep you riding safe.
Helmets have benefited from a quiet revolution in technology, emerging faster, lighter, more comfortable and safer. We rounded up a selection of the latest lids to see which are best suited for your mixed terrain racing and adventures. In this first of two installments, we’re reviewing some of the top aero offerings.
It’s not too often we ring our own cowbell, but CXmagazine.com Racing’s Hannah Saville took the win in round three of the British Cycling Mountain Bike Cross Country Series earlier this month.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission has recalled certain Scott bicycles for an issue pertaining to OEM Syncros seat posts, which can break and present a fall hazard.
Safety first! The Consumer Product Safety Commission has issued a recall of certain infant bicycle helmets.
If you’ve been looking for a new do-it-all bike and want to get one and support a worthy cause at the same time, Champion System …
This week’s Tech Throwback Thursday is a look back at Magura’s drop bar hydraulic brake levers.
Earlier this month the second annual Bootleggeer 100 gravel race took place in Lenoir, North Carolina. The event was race number 3 of the Appalachian Grinder Series and started at Luna Cycles in downtown Lenoir where the idea for the race was concocted.
Defining the “best” of anything is a difficult, if not impossible task. This is particularly true with cyclocross equipment choices. Still, given the important role tires play in ‘cross we often get asked the question of what the best tire is for a given rider or set of conditions.
WolfTooth is bringing wider range cassettes to the Shimano 11-speed crowd with its new GC45 conversion kit.
Enjoy this interview with Chris Mayhew where Neil Schirmer exploits Chris’ kindness for you in a rapid-fire question-and-answer session on a wide array of topics for this week’s Training Tuesday.
Tobin Ortenblad is on a new bike this year, a Santa Cruz Stigmata, which he raced to the win at the 016 Sea Otter Classic Cyclocross race.
With our recent look in print at 1999 Junior Cyclocross World Championship winner American Matt Kelly, we can’t help but look at the bike that he rode to the win on in Poprad, Slovakia.
We get many questions regarding mud tires, and a few on best wheels for mud. But we recently heard what may have been a first from Jared in Canada, who is is wondering about spokes for mud.
Compass has produced a wide range of components for the “all road” cyclist who enjoys the pavement and never passes an opportunity to mix in some gravel, including an array of tires with a new tubeless Bon Jon Pass offering.
Get control of pre-race jitters and find more success with these tips from JBV Coaching’s Chris Mayhew in this week’s Training Tuesday.
So many of you lusted after the new Raleigh RXC released at Sea Otter, updated with a threaded bottom bracket, flat mount disc brakes and …
Kona has updated their Roadhouse drop bar disc brake bike for 2017, giving the model a component spec upgrade and the steel frame a new finish.
Another rig to get the kids out of the house and on the bike, the new Raleigh RX24 kid’s cyclocross bike.
Whether mom wants to get the kids in on her own racing, or dad wants to give mom a day off and get the kids out for a ride, Kona’s Jake 24 is a great option for little cyclocrossers.