Focus bikes has re-organized their bike lines to give a clearer understanding of models. The number system for models is gone, replaced by the more descriptive group name.
Hot on the heels of the 650B 47mm Horizon introduced at NAHBS last month in the new Road Plus category, WTB has added to their drop-bar tire lineup.
We spotted Fuji’s first ever gravel bike yesterday afternoon at Sea Otter, the new Jari, which comes in three models, the Jari 1.1, 1.3 and 1.5. We took a look at the mid-range Jari 1.3.
Chilly temperatures and the threat of snow refused to relinquish their icy grip on the Mid-Ohio region the night before the 3rd running of the Amish Country Roubaix.
Challenge Tires showed off a number of new offerings today at Sea Otter including all new Team Edition tires, changes to the Baby Limus offering, a new tread pattern, and a prototype tubeless tubular.
Shimano has a new Deore Di2 mountain bike group out offering greater options for drop bar riders as well as improved connectivity for all Di2 groups with Bluetooth capabilities.
Got a little one on a balance bike or 12″ wheel pedal bike ready for his or her first big kid’s bike? Marin-based Cleary Bikes should be on your short list.
Blue Competition Bicycles offers a full range of bikes, including their EX cyclocross series, comprised of three carbon models, an aluminum offering and even a kids ‘cross bike. We’re currently testing the flagship Blue Norcorss Ex Di2 model.
Happy racers go faster. Why not take some time and use a different approach, like yoga, to reach your goals, rather than the usual “I must go harder” approach that is so common among bike racers?
Mario Vanacker was on hand for the 114th running of the Hell of the North yesterday and was able to get a few shots of both Lars van der Haar’s and Lars Boom’s bikes that they rode in the iconic race.
Last week we explored options for 1x riders looking to run lower gears for gravel races. This week we look at options for 2x riders to get down the road less traveled.
Today marked the 114th edition of the Spring Classic Paris-Roubaix.
The Clement BOS tubeless tire is in our hands and should prove a good option for those riding mud, loose surfaces and mixed terrain.
The Cyclocross World Championship silver medalist will start his first Paris-Roubaix this Sunday.
It’s spring in Michigan, which means it is time to dust off the ‘cross bike, mountain bike, fat bike or gravel rig and head out for some gravel racing and the Lowell 50.
For this week’s Throwback Thursday we’re going back to the 1998 Elite Men’s Cyclocross National Championship race held in Ft. Devens, Massachusetts with a race highlight video.
Rutledge’s cyclocross history goes way back. Perhaps most notably, Rutledge was the driving force behind what became the Redline Conquest, arguably the first race-oriented American production cyclocross bike.
Part two of our interview with Tod Manning, CEO of North American Cycle Sport, talking about the health of cycling in the US and his organization’s efforts to bring more people to organized, sanctioned riding.
While it was 47 miles shorter than Kolo Promotions’ HTFU Roubaix in New Waverly, Texas, the week prior, the Castell Grind in Central Texas was not for the faint of heart.
Bike racers. It turns out they like to race bikes. A lot. But for cyclocross racers, ‘cross only last a few months of each year, so what are you going to fill the rest of the year with?
Updating your ‘cross drivetrain for off-season rides makes sense for the many of us that are in the one-bike-to-rule-them all camp. Short of having separate cyclocross and gravel bikes, drivetrain modification makes sense. But what to do? We take a look here.
Zipp Speed Weaponry has a bevy of new products and some updates to existing models aimed at least in part at the all-road crowd.
It’s certainly not a cyclocross race, but it’s a monument of cycling and one of two road races many ‘cross racers care about. Today was the 100th edition of the Tour of Flanders.
By now you likely know that our Friday news stories were, in keeping with tradition, April Fools’ jokes meant to bring a chuckle and maybe cause a few folks to do a double take.
This was our first chance to speak with CEO Tod Manning, the person in charge at NACS, and there was a good amount to discuss.