the latest cyclocross products
With decades of perspective, it’s fascinating to see Battistone start Coastline Cycle Co. with a bike that eschews all the trends and niches, and by doing so, might have invented its own.
Stella Yu founded Velo Saddles in 1979 with the mission to create perfect saddles. Today, the company continues that quest with its latest project, the Angel line of saddles.
Devinci Bikes is offering up reasonably priced gravel bikes, such as its Hatchet SX gravel bike, for those considering adding a bike to the quiver.
Jamis Bikes has made some changes to the Renegade series of carbon and steel gravel bikes. Here. we take a quick look at the Jamis Renegade Elite, which caught our eye at the Sea Otter Classic.
Knight Composites is a fairly new carbon wheel company. At first glance, the Oregon-based company might seem like another off-the-shelf rim paired with quality components option, but dive deeper and you’ll learn that there’s a lot more.
Bontrager was at Sea Otter with it’s new Kovee Pro TLR 29 MTB wheels, which just might be what you’re looking for in a tubeless gravel wheelset.
We had a chance to visit Cateye at the 2016 Sea Otter Classic and got the lowdown on the company’s latest light and cycle computer offerings.
Küat Racks’ popular Sherpa trailer hitch-mounted bike rack will now stand out even more, with its bright white finish option. Even better, it has a slew of updated features aimed to increase user friendliness.
GT introduced the Grade Carbon gravel bike in 2014 when the gravel road segment was just gaining momentum.
Blue Competition Cycles showed off their Norcross SL and SP models at the 2016 Sea Otter Classic as well as its aluminum gravel bike, the Prosecco AL.
Fabric showed off a new ALM saddle as well as the new Chamber multitool and updates to their cageless bottle at this year’s Sea Otter Classic.
Breezer is back in the road bike game with its new Inversion road/gravel model, shown at Sea Otter.
Rotor components, best known for their lightweight crankset and oval Q-rings, showed its Uno hydraulic shifting system at the 2016 Sea Otter Classic.
“The Grinder 2 is a mixed breed of an endurance road bike and an off-road machine.” This is the statement with which Bulls introduces their newest model, the aptly named “Grinder” gravel bike.
Schwinn has added the Vantage RX-1, a bike for paved and unpaved roads and equipped with SRAM hydraulic brakes, to its Signature Line.
Mongoose made its name in BMX, and that prominence carried into mountain biking and cyclocross. Although Mongoose maintained its position in BMX, the rest of the line has lost its luster. Mongoose is out to change that with its new Selous Expert
Masi Bikes has a new race-oriented line of cyclocross bikes out in carbon and aluminum dubbed CXR. We took a look at the bikes at the Sea Otter Classic.
Hutchinson shows new Sector 32 tubeless tire using its Tubeless Ready casing at Sea Otter.
Along with their new gravel bike, Fuji showed off the redesigned alloy Cross 1.1 at Sea Otter.
Praxis Works moves from drivetrain components to wheels with its new A24 and RC21 tubeless wheelsets seen at Sea Otter.
Launched last week and on display at Sea Otter is the new Lauf Grit CX/gravel fork. The Chinese-made aftermarket fork is nothing if not attention grabbing.
Focus bikes has re-organized their bike lines to give a clearer understanding of models. The number system for models is gone, replaced by the more descriptive group name.
Hot on the heels of the 650B 47mm Horizon introduced at NAHBS last month in the new Road Plus category, WTB has added to their drop-bar tire lineup.