the latest cyclocross products
White Lightning was on hand at the 2016 Bike Press Camp with a new product and a new look.
In 2014, after spinning off from Charge Bikes, Fabric’s simple saddle designs combined with customization options first took shape. Now, the innovative company has expanded its reach beyond saddles.
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.
Sunglasses, like handlebar shape, bibs and shoes are generally a matter of personal preference. With the EVZero, Oakley hopes to make you see the light with its newest minimalist design.
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?
At NAHBS 2016, we got our first look Ritchey Logic’s newest iteration of its clipless SPD-compatible mountain bike (and cyclocross / gravel) pedal, the shiny …
Gevenalle markets its shifters as the ultimate, reliable setup for muddy cyclocross races. But what about gravel? We put Gevenalle’s Audax shifters to the test at the Lost & Found gravel race.
Rotor Bike Components has been busy developing a new hydraulic shifting system, called Uno as well as a dual-sided power meter, built around one of the Spanish company’s iconic cranks, called the 2INpower.
Perhaps a glove that simplifies the hand-up is not as big of a game changer as the introduction of tubeless. However, anyone who’s been to a local cyclocross race and seen fumbled red cups can attest that there was room for improvement.
We’ve said before that dropper posts are not for everyone. But for some, a dropper can be a great addition to a gravel bike or even a cyclocross bike. We’re taking a look here at PNW Components’ Rainier model.
SRAM has added hydraulic disc braking to its wireless eTap group with its new HydroHC levers.
E*Thirteen has a new wide-range 11-speed cassette out that offers a whopping 489% range, the TRS+ 9-44 cassette.
We reviewed the Sage Cycles PDXCX ‘cross bike a couple of years ago back in print issue 25. The Barlow is the latest Sage Cycles design with the gravel rider and racer in mind.
Silca, perhaps known best for its Super Pista and Super Pista Ultimate floor pumps, is getting fully into the tubeless game with its new tubeless valve kit and rim tape and is also offering replacement valve cores and valve extenders.
SQlab focuses on fit, and offers saddles with different widths, flex and fit for every discipline and body. We take a look and offer initial ride impressions in our continuing Magura Ride Camp coverage.
On the heels of the new kids’ cyclocross bikes we saw at the 2016 Sea Otter Classic from Raleigh and Kona, Portland, Oregon’s Islabikes has a new Pro Series range of bikes for kids of all ages.
In this second part of our look at new helmet options we take a look at more traditional lids to keep you riding safe.
We had our first look at Magura’s innovative ANT+ wireless Vyron eLect dropper post at 2015 Interbike. And at this week’s 2016 Magura Press Camp, we got our first ride on it.
Compass has produced a wide range of components for the “all road” cyclist who enjoys the pavement and never passes an opportunity to mix in some gravel, including an array of tires with a new tubeless Bon Jon Pass offering.
Kona has updated their Roadhouse drop bar disc brake bike for 2017, giving the model a component spec upgrade and the steel frame a new finish.
Another rig to get the kids out of the house and on the bike, the new Raleigh RX24 kid’s cyclocross bike.
Whether mom wants to get the kids in on her own racing, or dad wants to give mom a day off and get the kids out for a ride, Kona’s Jake 24 is a great option for little cyclocrossers.
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.