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.
Quinten Hermans has been on a tear, notching four U23 wins this season along with some impressive Elite UCI results. We take a look at Herman’s Trek Boone in our latest pro bike profile.
The KTM Canic CXC 11 aims to make KTM a household name in the world of cyclocross. We take a look at the updated model.
Cyclocross Magazine had a chance to test the brand-new Devinci Hatchet Carbon Open Road / Gravel Race Bike in the California Sierra at Griduro. See our early impressions and photo gallery.
When you’re looking to focus less on races and results and more on escaping and fun, the Van Dessel WTF is ready.
Kelson Bikes DNA is ready for Gravel, Road or Cross Duty With a Custom Hand Laid Carbon Frame.
Garneau’s new Steeple XC cyclocross bike comes in Garneau Easton team colors and the Copper T-Flex shoe matches up nicely. Also, custom paint options for Garneau frames and helmets will soon be offered.
The Rawland RAVN is a unique gravel/adventure/tour bike with a custom-drawn double butted cromoly frame the company categorizes as “All-Road Enduro.”
The new version of the Storck TIX (This Is Cross) blends designed flex with proper stiffness for a lightweight carbon cyclocross bike, but it’s not cheap.
For 2017, Pivot Updates the Vault with fork updates including increased tire clearance and internal cable routing, and fully hydraulic brakes with higher volume tires.
Sophie de Boer won the Women’s race at CrossVegas in a nail-biter three-up sprint aboard an unlabelled mystery bike. We got a closer look and reveal the pedigree behind the frame—with history and details that the rider and team were unaware of.
Fuji showed off its flagship Jari 1.1 gravel bike at Interbike, and took a close look at the polished aluminum, SRAM Force 1 bike that’s coming this fall.
Cyclocross Magazine has covered the previous version of Fyxation’s Quiver, but an all-new version has been launched that’s more suited to our cyclocross and gravel audience. …
New for 2017, the redesigned, black and white Orbea Terra is now a disc brake-equipped carbon steed and seeks to be a lightweight option for …
The British Enigma brand of bicycles is ready to conquer U.S. gravel and cyclocross terrain. The company introduced themselves and its stunning Ecroix steel bike at Interbike 2016, and we take a first look today.
We’ve profiled Katie Compton’s bike more than most, but with her new racing program, there’s plenty of new bits on her Trek Boone that we’re taking a look at her Jingle Cross and CrossVegas World Cup bike.
Wout van Aert had a dominant second half of CrossVegas to win for the race for the second year in a row. And for the second year, a Colnago Prestige cyclocross bike was the winning bike, only this year it was completely different than his 2015 ride.
Otso™ Cycles officially launched today, lifting its media embargo after many months of planning and product development. The Minnesota-based Otso Cycles is a new bicycle …
What the heck is a Parlee Chebacco? We were dying to find out. We tracked one down, and hopped on it, and have a spotlight of it today.
Stampede Bikes (formerly TykesBykes) Sprinter 16 bike features full V-brakes, a riser bar, standard component dimensions and a tall, race-worthy gear to get your little one ready for cyclocross season. We use child labor to test it out.
At the 2017 Kona Launch in Squamish, BC, we got a closer in-person look with the big tire, bright orange Kona Sutra LTD.
Van Dessel Cycles has been a roll these last few years, releasing its made-in-USA Aloominator cantilever cyclocross frame in 2013, then updating its Full Tilt …
“The four building blocks of the universe are fire, water, gravel and vinyl.” -Dave Barry, Author The four industry vets behind VYNL bikes might agree …
Kona is getting ready to launch its 2017 line of cyclocross, gravel and endurance road bikes, but we have a sneak peek at the new bikes for you today.
The new MkII cyclocross bike is Low Bicycles’ latest creation. After expanding from track to the road to grow with his riders, Low focused on meeting the growing calls for a cyclocross and gravel bike.
Today we take a look at the first gravel-specific offerings from Pinarello, with the GAN GRS model featuring a rear suspension designed to keep riders comfortable over the long haul.
Cannondale makes a big push out front with its new, redesigned 2017 SuperX carbon cyclocross bike. The new models have a completely new frame geometry and design. We’ve ridden the new Team SuperX and share details, photos and impressions.
Blue Competition Cycles has been hard at work rebuilding its brand since a brief hiatus and change in ownership, and the results speak for themselves, with an extensive product line and aggressive pricing. The $2699 Di2-equipped Prosecco EX carbon gravel bike shows off this work and strategy.
At the 2016 Bike Press Camp, we had an opportunity to test the much-hyped the 3T Exploro gravel bike. Was it a compromised bike? A solution to a problem that didn’t exist? Or an innovative, versatile bike with many benefits?
This week’s Tech Throwback Thursday is a look back at Magura’s drop bar hydraulic brake levers.