The 2017 Sea Otter Classic was more than just new bikes, tires and wheels. We take a look at new products that caught our eye from Otto Design Works, HipLok, Praxis Works, 4iiii and Wolf Tooth.
Drop bar mixed terrain riders have never had so many options. Focus Bikes paired its German design with the latest trend in road bikes to create the Paralane. Our first look at the Factory model.
Joe Breeze unleashes three new models for adventure riding, touring and a road plus bike. Read to find out why Breeze is not a trend follower.
Franco Bicycles has redesigned and modernized the steel do-it-all Grimes, and it’s now made in California and ready for big tire adventures.
It was only a matter of time before Fat Chance Cycles brought back the Chris Cross cyclocross bike. We take a look at the updated and modernized steel ride.
L’Eroica rides reminds us of a time when we did not obsess on categorizing our rides or bikes. Clifford Lee recalls his journey back in time at the 2016 Eroica California.
The stainless steel Otso Cycles Warakin doesn’t limit you to one geometry, tire size, bottom bracket height or chainstay length. Choice is good, right?
The Spēd Precision Courseque CX tubeless wheels are designed with cyclocross in mind, but offer attention to details and versatility that might make them your do-it-all wheelset. We put them to the test.
Oregon-based Showers Pass has a new Syncline waterproof jacket and a new waterproof Refuge duffel bag for racing or weekend traveling. We put them to our, and Mother Nature’s test.
You’d be forgiven for thinking Schwalbe had just one X-One tubeless cyclocross tire. See each version separately, and you’ll probably think you’re looking at the …
Reynold’s Attack DB wheels are a lightweight, 1480 gram (claimed) carbon composite wheelset with tubeless compatibility. We take a first look at our in-review wheels today.
Carbon wheels are one of the most popular (albeit costly) ways to improve the way your bike rides. Check out some of the latest offerings from Zipp, Alex Rims and a new company based out of Southern California called Spēd Precision.
Some new products from Serfas, Albedo 100, Otto Lock and TIMBER will help make your night time training (and commuting) easier and safer.
Molly Cameron came in second at the 2016 CrossVegas’ Wheelers and Dealers race, falling just short of defending the 2015 title. Cameron was racing her …
The new version of the Storck TIX (This Is Cross) blends designed flex with proper stiffness for a lightweight carbon cyclocross bike, but it’s not cheap.
For 2017, Feedback Sports is expanding its line of tools with some nice options for the traveling mechanic. US brand Silca is going big with a bunch of new tools and accessories including the first Boa-equipped saddle bag we’ve seen.
New for 2017, the redesigned, black and white Orbea Terra is now a disc brake-equipped carbon steed and seeks to be a lightweight option for …
The British Enigma brand of bicycles is ready to conquer U.S. gravel and cyclocross terrain. The company introduced themselves and its stunning Ecroix steel bike at Interbike 2016, and we take a first look today.
Indigenous Wheel Company is a one-person custom wheel company started by Joey Mullan, a veteran of the bicycle industry and cyclocross scene in the Pacific Northwest. We take a look at Indigenous’ gravel/Clydesdale wheelset.
It’s been a while since we received rim brake wheels for testing and review, so we were surprised and pleased to have a set of …
The new MkII cyclocross bike is Low Bicycles’ latest creation. After expanding from track to the road to grow with his riders, Low focused on meeting the growing calls for a cyclocross and gravel bike.
There were a number of purpose-built buikes at the 2016 Lost & found gravel race, including this suspended Soulcraft 26″ wheeled machine.
Despite an early puncture, Robin Farina won the 2016 pro women’s race at the 2016 Lost & Found gravel event this past weekend aboard her custom-painted 2016 Santa Cruz Stigmata.
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.
GT introduced the Grade Carbon gravel bike in 2014 when the gravel road segment was just gaining momentum.
Fabric showed off a new ALM saddle as well as the new Chamber multitool and updates to their cageless bottle at this year’s Sea Otter Classic.
In the past year, the Brodie Romax has been redesigned and improved, but the new Romax still exhibits a bright paint scheme and excellent weld quality as its overt trademarks.
Breezer is back in the road bike game with its new Inversion road/gravel model, shown at Sea Otter.