cyclocross gear and bike reviews
Cyclocross season is upon us. Do you need a dedicated cyclocross race bike? The German company Bombtrack has one ready to race out of the box that we put to the test.
Looking for a performance off-road cycling shoe for cyclocross, gravel or mountain biking that fits? The Quoc Grand Tourer XC might fit the bill.
Challenge has heard the call from the masses for high-volume cyclocross tire options, and is releasing 38mm tubeless and tubular options, along with a Team Edition 33mm TLR tire.
Challenge adds a handmade Getaway XP TLR tire with “Xtra Protection” for the sharp rocks of events like Unbound Gravel. See what’s under the tread of this new tire.
Launched on the scene back in April, SEIDO Components is the new sister wheel brand to the German brand, Bombtrack Bicycle Co.
Inclement weather cycling is more comfortable with a good waterproof breathable rain jacket. What does your hard earned money get you? Is the low cost option a good one?
Do you get what you pay for in a cycling kit? We reviewed 3 pairs of thermal winter bib shorts in different price ranges to see.
We review the updated Cushcore Gravel/CX tubeless tire insert in Part 4 of our gravel and cyclocross tire insert series.
In our ongoing series of reviewing tire inserts, we bought a Vittoria Airliner to compare to our other reviewed inserts. See how it compares to Cushcore, Tannus and our DIY system.
Tubeless tire inserts can improve the off-road ride experience. Does a DIY insert work? Is it worth your trouble? Read on to find out.
What are some of the choices for tubeless tire inserts and are they for you? In Part One of this series, we review the Tannus Armour Tubeless gravel insert.
The Cannondale Supersix EVO CX replaces the venerable SuperX and intends to cover both cyclocross and gravel racing. Does it do a good job?
American Classic is back! Its first product is affordable tubeless gravel tires. We took a close look at the 2021 Sea Otter Classic expo.
The new 2022 Specialized CruX has received a geometry tweak and gone on a diet. We break down the hype and hysteria behind the gravel and cyclocross labels.
We have tested and reviewed the Hutchinson Touareg Gravel tires. Find out if the new tire is right for your riding style and terrain.
We review the Redshift Sports Kitchen Sink Handlebar and new Shockstop Pro Stem. Should they grace your gravel or ‘cross bike?
SRAM released of its new XPLR component line intended for riding drop bar bikes in the dirt. Are they ideal for gravel or cyclocross?