the latest cyclocross products
Interbike revealed some big on-the-bike innovations, including hydraulic shifting systems and more options to run power meter through cyclocross. In order to get a leg …
Cyclocross and gravel bikes are increasingly being paired with dropper posts, with bike manufacturers like KHS and Specialized adding them to their mixed-terrain lineup, and …
CrankBrothers has just updated their line of pedals with some upgrades that should please cyclocrossers. The new Candy 7 and Candy 11 and Mallet E, …
Today, SRAM gave the green light on releasing the details surrounding their latest wireless eTap drivetrain, a group that has been five years in the …
One of the latest players to the power numbers game comes from Australia, with Verve Cycling recently releasing its Infocrank. It may not be the least expensive or the lightest option out there, but Verve Cycling is confident in claiming it is the most accurate. We take an “in review” look of the Infocrank.
Although we were able to pick out a few details of Ridley’s latest model, the X-Trail, at Press Camp 2015, the company just released the builds and full specs for its new lineup, and we take a closer look at the details of the do-it-all gravel bike.
BMC has returned to cyclocross after a brief break, unveiling both their carbon fiber CrossMachine CX01 and aluminum CXA01. We currently have a shark colored CXA01 for an extensive review, and showcase an “in review” introduction to the company’s workingman’s do-it-all cyclocross machine
In Issue 29, we had a side-by-side comparison of the Zipp Speed Weaponry 30 Course Tubeless Disc Cyclocross wheelset. We are giving them an extensive test for Issue 30, and today we have a sneak peak of some of our initial impressions of the wheels.
Italian-based and built Alchemist wheels are coming to North America through Velosport Imports, and are preparing to unleash the full carbon CX Zirconium Disc. With symmetric front and rear carbon rims, and a carbon and Zirconium alloy hub, the CX Zirconium Disc is one of the lightest tubeless wheelsets we’ve weighed directly.
Are we all going soft? Maybe, but that might not be something to be ashamed about. We had an exclusive first look at Calfee Design’s latest Manta CX soft-tail cyclocross bike, which has features that place the build squarely in the Dream Bike category. Today we have an in-depth look of the bike, as well as a photo gallery and full spec list.
Before the days get short, we examine a brief overview of what’s out there as we gathered the light systems that have caught our eye, including models by NiteRider, Ay-Up and Blackburn.
WTB redesigned their i23 wheels in a KOM model, using a lighter, stiffer grade alloy. We take an “In Review” closer look at the company’s latest rims, with a test model built up with White Industries CLD hubs and WTB black bladed spokes.
Paul Components released a made-in-the-USA, 6061 aluminum alloy mechanical disc brake caliper they call the Klamper. We have one in for review, and today we take a closer look at the simplicity and ease of adjustment in the design.
Since Press Camp 2015, we’ve been riding with the Smith Optics Pivlock Arena Max performance sunglasses (and casually wearing the Clark Vintage Havanas). In our initial impressions, we found the company’s interlock system to be one of the more efficient ways to change out lenses.
Five days at the 2015 edition of press camp might not have been enough for such jam packed content with releases from cycling companies across the globe. For the last two weeks, we’ve been trickling in all of the latest news and tech from Park City, Utah. Today, we offer a few snapshots of some new products as well as a recap of some products you may have missed over the last few weeks.
The cycling industry has a “cycle” of innovation that surprises consumers by resurfacing and reinventing products that were popular years ago. Look at a high-end …
Knog is ready to release a full updated light line just before the cyclocross season gets underway, with focused, wide beam, lightweight and budget-minded lights.
We continue our coverage of Press Camp 2015 with ENVE Composites, who revealed their SES 2.2, one of their lightest wheelsets yet with a new brake track and ENVE-specific pads.
At Press Camp 2015, we caught up with Alpinestars and Sombrio, two companies who don’t typically market to the gravel or cyclocross crowds, but had some offerings that might make your day in the saddle a little more inventive.
Wahoo Fitness extended their line to include the KICKR SNAP, an electromagnetic resistance trainer that allows a full bike and rear wheel to mount to its system, fluidly changing resistance and offering impressive road feel.