Reviews of all clothing, helmets, gloves, shoes and embrocation for cyclocross.
Gore’s Gore-Tex Infinium line of clothing is designed for cold-weather cycling. We put the line’s jacket, gloves and bib shorts to the cyclocross test.
Canadian Cyclocross National Champ Mike Garrigan has launched LASTIG, a Kickstarter-backed cyclocross-specific clothing line. We drool over his impressive first offering.
Comfort on the saddle during long gravel and short cyclocross races is a must. We look at 4 high-end bib shorts from Assos, Castelli. Rapha and SQLab.
It wasn’t all bikes at the 2019 Sea Otter Classic. We look at the Assos Trail Collection, Post Carry Transfer Case and LEM Helmets.
Handske’s windproof gloves offer a colorful way to keep your hands warm during cool-weather riding. Are they up to the challenges of cyclocross and gravel?
Bontrager made a splash with its new WaveCel technology for bicycle helmets. We review the new Specter and XXX road helmet models.
Having the right gear for cold-weather cycling is a must. We review winter gloves, tights and a base layer from Shimano’s new S-Phyre line.
The Giro Code Techlace cyclocross and gravel shoes feature a lace/velcro hybrid for a snug fit. We put the shoes to the test for this review.
Castelli has two new high-end jackets for ‘cross and gravel. Stay dry with the Irdo 2 rain jacket and warm with the Meccanico puffy jacket.
Looking for a bike lock you can use while making short stops while on a ride or commuting? The easy-to-use and transport OttoLock might do the trick.
No cyclocrosser or gravel rider will say no to a gift of waterproof socks. We look at options from Showers Pass and SealSkinz for staying warm and dry.
The Warmfront Ultralight and Koselig are removable cycling chest warmers designed to keep you warm on cold days. We review the unique base layer.
Oakley has partnered with BioRacer to produce waterproof performance outerwear. We look at jackets and vests on display at Interbike.
100% is moving into the cyclocross market with athlete sponsorship. We look at its S2, Speedcraft Air and Glendale glasses and Celium 2 and Brisker gloves.
Lizard Skins, SQ Lab and Chamois Butt’r all make contact point products that help for cyclocross and gravel. We do a round-up from Interbike 2018.
Shimano’s XC5 is a gravel-oriented shoe designed for time on and off the bike. We put them to the test to see if they’re ready for your next gravel ride.
The Ortlieb Accessory Pack handlebar bag gives you 3.5L of carrying gravel carrying capacity. We packed the Pack up and put it to the test in this review.
Vancouver-based Landyachtz introduced a heat-moldable Reform saddle at Interbike. The company also offers the steel CB2 do-it-all bike and 1146 road bike.
Alpinestars has several new gloves and an off-road kit designed for protection and safety while riding in the dirt. We take a look at these new products.
The Silca Premio Seat Roll uses the Boa (TM) closure system to secure the waxed canvas seat roll underneath your saddle. CXM takes it for a spin and a roll.
Cyclocross Magazine got the opportunity to review Rudy Project’s newest helmet the Racemaster. We were impressed by the comfort of the fit and the features provided with the helmet. It also proved up to the rigors of off-road riding.
Staying warm and dry while not overheating is tough for ‘cross riders. The Castelli Gabba jersey, Omloop bibs and Tempesta pants help riders in CX weather.
Some Day One highlights from Sea Otter 2017: New wheels from Crank Brothers and Alto Cycling and new products from Lezyne, ESI Grips and Mavic
Fresh from the Winter Press Camp trade show, here is a close-up look at new cycling apparel from Assos, Giordana and Ale Bike Wear and new shoes from DMT. Also, the latest products from ABUS and a unique saddle called the Infinity Seat.
Islabikes is well known for their high quality, lightweight kids bikes for the discerning rider. The company recently announced new cycling jerseys and bib shorts for young riders and budding racers.
Panache is a Boulder, Colorado based company that specializes in cycling apparel with a combination of flair and function. They also happen to be the apparel brand of choice for Katie Compton.
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.