Listing of cyclocross bikes, gravel bikes, and do-it-all bikes that we’re previewing, in the process of reviewing, or have already reviewed. We’re never paid to review a bike. Scroll through the reviews below, or drop us a line if there’s a bike you’d like to see reviewed.
We profiled it back in April, but the brand-new 2018 Specialized CruX cyclocross bike has been officially unveiled today, and we take another look to see what’s changed..
Who says carbon all comes from a few factories? McGovern Cycles builds its bikes in Nevada County, California to your KOM needs and McGovern’s exacting standards.
All eyes have been on Montana lately. Today we look at a red-white-and-blue creation that should please both parties.
Want a custom steel steed that can do it all? Cameron Falconer did his homework and built a drop bar mountain bike for the trails of Chico and much more. Did he pass the test?
Remember when fat tires, suspension forks & drop bars were a winning combo? We take a look at John Tomac’s 1991 titanium/carbon Raleigh Signature drop bar mountain bike, as owned by Eric Rumpf.
The Spark series from Montreal, Canada-based Opus Bikes offers plenty of value with five options in the $1100 – $1750 range.
Dean Bikes knows not everyone can afford its Boulder-built titanium creations. Its Antero cyclocross frame aims to lower the barrier.
Jamis expands the Renegade series for 2017 with five different models including two carbon framed bikes, two steel and one alloy. This bike is targeted towards the commuter, bikepacker, tourer and gravel rider.
If your gravel grinding is more of the light duty kind, the Revelator Sky from KTM might suit your needs and is worth a look.
Sage Titanium is based out of Beaverton, Oregon and its US made frames get some new options and upgrades for 2017. Check out the new PDXCX and Barlow.
Polygon Aims Straight for Gravel Recreation with its Bend RV gravel bike. We take a look at the updated alloy SRAM Rival-equipped ride.
The Turner Cyclosys is not a new model but some of the new color schemes are. The bike can also run 700x43c or 650Bx47c tires.
The answer to one bike dreams is the titanium R+, according to Ogden-based Why Cycles. We take a look at the versatile road / gravel / cyclocross machine.
First look: The redesigned 2018 Kona Major Jake carbon cyclocross bike. Kona unveils a new, lighter carbon frame with modern features and new geometry.
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.
Cody Kaiser always puts on a show with his bike-handling skills, but at Sea Otter, it was his brand-new 2018 Specialized CruX cyclocross bike that captured much of our attention.
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.
Fairdale bikes from Austin, Texas was at the Sea Otter Classic showing its latest bike, a steel gravel bike with disc brakes and wide tires. The Rockitship will be available as a frame and ENVE carbon fork at an affordable price.
VooDoo Cycles launches an all new gravel bike at the Sea Otter Classic with hydraulic disc brakes and room for 45c tires.
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.
Frog Bikes has entered the U.S. market with its compelling lightweight kids’ bikes. We take a look at the Frog Bikes 55 – a 20″ wheel bike ready for cyclocross.
It’s an arms race in the gravel / adventure bike world to see who can be the biggest and baddest, and Wilier Triestina might just be winning with the Jaroon Plus.
Do it all or do one thing well? We contemplate life and bike philosophies in our review of the drop bar, dropper post-equipped 2017 Raleigh Stuntman.
Flared drop bars, fat tires, longer chainstays, low gearing and an occasional dropper post are the hot trends in the bike industry. In 1991, all were available, just under a different label.
The versatile steel Fyxation Quiver Disc aims to be the only bike you need, with road, cyclocross, gravel and bikepacking capabilities. We put it to the test.
The Ritchey Swiss Cross may seem retro to some, but can ride quality outweigh missing market trends of thru axles and huge tire clearance? We test the steel cyclocross bike to find out.