More of our close-up inspection and reviews of cyclocross gear and bikes are coming your way. © Cyclocross Magazine

More of our close-up inspection and reviews of cyclocross gear and bikes are coming your way. © Cyclocross Magazine

Cyclocross Magazine’s print subscribers have long enjoyed our comprehensive product reviews, especially our in-depth, objective bike reviews and tests. Issue 12, mailing now, features reviews of the Cannondale Super X, the All City Nature Boy and the Fuji Altamira with two full pages dedicated to each bike, with real-world riding and racing and as always, no advertorial. (We’ve been told by more than a few manufacturers that our highly-regarded tests have had a direct impact in their future model year improvements.)

Recently, quietly behind the scenes, we’ve been working to add more product and cyclocross bike reviews to the tech section of website (see “Cyclocross Tech” in our navigation menu), and in the next few weeks you’ll see more new product reviews and select reviews from past print magazines, including our cyclocross wheel round-up, our review of nearly every cyclocross tire and brake and fork shootout. (Can’t wait?  Grab a few back copies of our print or digital magazine.)

Today we’re featuring three reviews from our sold-out Issue 8, which is still available as a digital edition. Looking for a new carbon ride?  Check out our review of the Ibis Hakkalugi carbon cyclocross bike.  Considering a deal on a NOS or used cyclocross bike?  See our review of the 2010 Redline Conquest Team or the unique Kona Major One singlespeed.

It’s not too early to start planning your equipment needs for the 2011 season…and with our expanding reviews section of our website, we’ve got you covered.