the latest cyclocross products
Next Wheels is one of the first to produce a wheel kit for the 12X135 thru-axle design of the SCS rear end on the 2016 Specialized disc brake/thru-axle bikes
It’s clearly a good idea to have a multitool, chain tool and quick-link when riding. Especially for solo adventures or backwoods cycling. Mineral Design has launched a Kickstarter for their new Mini Bar multitool and their Barstow Chain Tool.
The UK’s Absoluteblack, known for their oval mountain bike chainrings, is launching a new line of oval road chainrings, which should work well for cyclocross racers interested in non-traditional chainrings.
If you didn’t walk away from this year’s SSCXWC in Victoria with a Speedo or tattoo, or simply are eyeing your first (or a new) singlespeed cyclocross bike, today’s New Product Spotlight is for you.
Here’s a flashing red light special gift idea. The Cycliq Fly 6 camera and taillight combination has quickly become one of our favorite electronic devices for 2015. Read our review to find out why.
Brush-X Cleans Tight Spots, Protects Frames The $24.99 Brush-X is novel cleaning product sold by a small two-man operation, and actually makes its return to …
Jones runs a fully custom wheel shop—he doesn’t build stock wheels—each order starts with an order form and questionnaire that asks questions about the rider’s age, weight, expected mileage, budget, planned terrain and riding style, among others.
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?
The idea of good nutrition is often turned into fads. The focus on avoiding all kinds of fats in the 80s turned to a focus …
Marin says its new Four Corners Elite bike is designed to handle anything you can throw at it, whether it be the ‘cross course, fire roads or even a loaded bike tour. We take a closer look at the steel steed.
Dean still creates all its custom titanium frames in Colorado, but the stock Antero model is made in Asia. Looking at the welds, you’d be …
Flats happen. So what do you do when you cut a sidewall on a tubular, can’t patch your tube or your favorite sealant won’t do the trick? Lauren Junker at Totally Tubular Designs has the answer — you make a bag, wallet or bracelet out of it!
Bollé, world-renowned for their snow sports gear, is a late entrant into the bicycle helmet market. Perhaps motivated by seeing the growth of POC Sports, Bollé has given more attention to their cycling products, and the company’s latest helmet, called The One, aims to do it all.