the latest cyclocross products
This year at Press Camp, Kali Protectives introduced its Tava: an aerodynamic helmet that competes in the headwinds an excels in the crosswinds. Loaded with two of Kali’s newest safety systems, the helmet looks to protect against high, low and rotational impacts.
While we had an in-depth look and test with the Smith Optics Overlook last year, at Press Camp 2015, we were able to get a closer look at the latest rendition of the model with MIPS technology
Stan’s NoTubes Unveils Neo Hubs and Avion Rims for the cyclocross and gravel crowd. Cyclocross Magazine takes a look at the updated hubs and carbon deep-section rims.
Rounding out our trio of do-it-all “cyclocross bikes” that we saw at Press Camp 2015 is the dream build Pivot Cycles Vault, which includes a Dura-Ace Di2 drivetrain and Stan’s NoTubes’ latest deep section carbon wheelset they call the ZTR Avion Disc wheels. We have a first look and a first ride with full details on the potential future and current builds
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.
On Friday, we informed readers that Mavic Ksyrium’s line of products is changing dramatically, expanding beyond alloy road wheels and adding garments, shoes, tires, dirt/gravel …
Boo Bicycles have unveiled its new SL models, which are custom frames that are stronger and lighter thanks to the S2 fiberglass interior. We just received the company’s SL-G Gravel Bike and today we take a look at some of the build and woodworking details that Boo Bicycle’s iron bamboo provides.
This cyclocross season, we are getting ready to go green. Our FMB SSC Slalom tubular tires with green silica compound tread has arrived, and today we have an exclusive first look at the tire’s details.
We’re on the hunt for the perfect do-it-all wheelset. FULL SPEED AHEAD’s 29er Tubeless Carbon Wheel SL-K was designed with mountain biking, gravel and cyclocross racing in mind.
Maybe we’ll never have the legs of Sven Nys or Erik De Vlaeminck, but with the retro Belgian Heritage Cycling Jersey by De Marchi, at least we can look the part. Today we have an “out of the box” new product spotlight of the 50% Merino wool and 50% acrylic cycling jersey that hearkens back to 1973.
Between color choices and spindle lengths, iSSi pedals offer a huge amount of choices for mashing power. The company has redesigned its retention claws to make it more SPD compatible, and we took its larger platform model, the Pedal iSSi Trail, out for a first ride.
Not only has Foundry revamped its full cyclocross line, but added a titanium arrow to their quiver as well. The Foundry Overland titanium cyclocross bike seeks to tackle everything from the commute and getting lost in the woods, to cyclocross courses and gravel races.
For years, Louis Garneau has been recognized as a cycling clothing brand in the United States despite having road and cyclocross frames availble in many parts of the world. This year, it is bringing their Steeple Xc-Elite to the USA, and we have an in review model for a closer look.
Zen Bike Co. keeps the looks subtle, but keeps the functionality high for riders who demand a made in the USA frame that will get them through their commute and to the podium at a cyclocross race.
Martindale Cycling Components now offers a carbon tubeless option for cyclocross with their 29.0 XC wheels, complete with hookless rims. For our New Product Spotlight, we examine the details of the set before we prepare to test them in gravel and cyclocross conditions.
Looking for ways to lighten the load of your racing rig even more? Gevenalle has just introduced a set of their beautiful rim brake hardware options, made in the USA and anodized in Portland, that looks to save grams in the more unexpected of places.
Water bottles for cyclocross? Brian Davis, creator of Fix It Sticks tools, created the Back Bottle, designed to quickly slide into a jersey pocket with the least effort possible. We put the bottle through its paces and tested to see how it stood up to cyclocross conditions.
Brodie Bikes have been a part of the cyclocross scene in both Canada and the full Pacific Northwest since their first Romax was unveiled two decades ago. We take a closer look at their latest model, which is set for the cyclocross course in equal parts of an all day adventure ride.
The Catlike Mixino has been turning heads (and protecting them), showing itself at Grand Tours and no-drop weekend rides. We take an in review look of the helmet before we put it through the paces for cyclocross.
Tubeless setups have come a long way in the sport of cyclocross, and have even gained a spotlight at the 2015 World Championship when Mical …
Rotor’s newest power meter, the INpower, houses its power source and straining gauges at the axle, making the crank-based system better protected against the elements. Coupled with a more affordable price, the INpower could be an ideal power reading system for cyclocross.
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.
Issue 28 is a winner, and it features a whole lot of them with every 2015 Cyclocross National Champion and 2015 World Champions. It is availble …
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.