Listing of cyclocross bikes, gravel bikes, and do-it-all bikes that we’re previewing, in the process of reviewing, or have already reviewed. We’re never paid to review a bike. Scroll through the reviews below, or drop us a line if there’s a bike you’d like to see reviewed.
We’ve already seen a number of great builds and new products from a host of builders and manufacturers at NAHBS 2016. As we continue our look through our photo files and show notes, we found a number of other interesting bikes to share with you.
Our look at bikes from the 2016 Cyclocross World Championships continues with what eagle-eyed readers will notice are photos of Stephen Hyde’s silver medal bike from the 2016 USA Cycling Cyclocross National Championships before it went to Zolder.
While many riders will make small tweaks or maybe even some full-on changes to their bikes before a major event, the bike Noble rode to the win in Asheville is likely going to be the one she rides in Zolder this weekend for the World Championships.
While we’ve been bringing you bikes from the 2016 USA Cycling Cyclocross National Championships, we’re also showing you some of the bikes you’ll see at the World Championships this coming weekend. Today we’re looking at British National Champion Nikki Harris’ Specialized S-Works Crux Disc.
For 2016, Merckx taps back in to their race heritage with the introduction of the Eeklo cylocross bike, while getting into the growing gravel bike segment of cycling with their Strasbourg line of wide-tired do-it-all bikes.
The Whyte Bikes’ Saxon Cross bike strays far from today’s norm of cyclocross bikes with a unique geometry and choice of componentry that mixes cyclocross and mountain geometries, and SRAM and Shimano components.
We’ve had first-hand experience with Ridley’s purebred race machines, reviewing, and walking away impressed by the the X-Night 30 in Issue 27. But what about other times of the year? Where warm weather and ample sunshine beckon riders to take to the woods and back roads?
A bike review often is an exercise in obsessing about the little details. But when your biggest complaints are easily replaceable components like tires and a saddle, you know you’ve found a winner.
Adam Craig (Giant Factory Off-Road Team) is a cyclocross fan favorite, and for good reason. If it’s not winning Nationals in skate helmet and jean shorts, providing on-camera talent for World Cup course previews or taking the coveted SSCXWC golden speedo (twice!), Craig can be found in contention in any high-caliber Elite Men’s race throughout the country.
The newly-crowned Canadian National Champion Mical Dyck is racing the cyclocross circuit aboard a bicycle unlike many others in the pro ranks. Dyck’s bike, from sponsor Naked Bicycles of British Columbia, a NAHBS award-winning custom builder, is steel and equipped with tubeless wheels and tires.
The winningest cyclocross bike brand is back, and the Alan Super Cross carbon cyclocross bike is a modern tube-to-tube full carbon construction but features a retro aluminum lugged look. We take a first look at our latest review bike that’s begging to be raced.
by Clifford Lee We first reviewed the Redline Conquest Team Carbon three years ago, in Issue 15. Innovations such as fully internal cable routing, a …
by Clifford Lee The Ritte Crossberg is an accumulation of design refinement for the company Ritte Bicycles, a five-year-old bike purveyor based out of Los …
We’ve still got more cyclocross and gravel bikes and gear seen at Sea Otter 2015. Queued up for you today is the return of Vitus, a compact chain tool, FSA’s hooked single ring, and more of Raleigh and Co-Motion’s new 2016 bikes.
Kids’ bike options have never been better. Whether you’re looking for a balance bike for a toddler who can barely walk, a 700c cyclocross bike for the still-growing youngster, or a full suspension, disc brake-equipped bike for a little ripper, parents’ options have never been better. See our big gallery of these great options by Isla, Cleary, Trek, Commencal, Kona, Felt and Shredder.
In Issue 27, we tested the Fezzari Foré Cyx, and today we are offering one full review of the many in that issue. For other extensive …
At the 2015 Sea Otter Classic, we got a first look at the brand-new 2016 cyclocross bikes unveiled by Felt Bicycles.
At the 2015 Sea Otter Classic, Raleigh unveiled its upcoming carbon Roker gravel bike. The bike features thru axles, big tire clearance, Tamland geometry, and plenty of bottle and fender mounts. See photos and details here.
The 2015 Sea Otter Classic hasn’t quite started, and yet we’re already forcing you to drink from a fire hose gushing with new cyclocross and …
James Barrymore wouldn’t be surprised if you haven’t heard of him. He has spent the last few years trying to keep his name hidden away …