the latest cyclocross products
Cycling media events and expos may be on hold, but thanks to Zoom we previewed some new products that could enhance your next ride or gravel adventure.
Clever Standard’s bike tools have a way of finding a home in our saddle bags. The new 8-function Flatout lever might be latest must-have bike survival tool.
SRAM adds more gearing options to its SRAM Force AXS eTap group that will likely please gravel cyclists and cyclocross racers. Details and ride impressions.
Zipp has unveiled a new, more affordable 303 model called the 303 S. We take a first look at the carbon tubeless disc brake wheelset aimed at gravel and road.
Virtual cycling apps like Zwift aren’t for everyone, but today the company announced a post-ride taqueria, brewery and coffee shop to cater to social cyclists.
Princeton Carbonworks is making a splash with its unique rim shapes. Does the new Grit 4540 gravel wheel deserve your attention? See our early review.
Zipp rolls into the gravel tire market today with its new Tangente Course G40 tubeless tire. We’ve been rolling on it, and offer a first look and actual specs.
WTB Riddler has released its new Raddler gravel tire, a radder version of the Riddler. We put it to the test, measured the #s and tried to get rad.
Industry Nine threads its colorful alloy spokes to its TRA hubs and a carbon tubeless rim to create a lightweight carbon tubeless gravel and ‘cross wheel.
We’ve been riding the Super Professional flat bar cyclocross bike that All-City Cycles unveiled today. Will it crush your dreams or be the subject of them?
Race your own spring classic or grand tour with the Visions of Rainbows board game by Jason McDowell. Get more info about the game and Kickstarter.
Cervelo doesn’t mention cyclocross when marketing its Aspero gravel bike, but it’s raced by Nieuwenhuis in Europe. Can it do it all? We put it to the test.
Our final 2019 holiday gift guide has some last-minute gift ideas, including bags, a trainer for offseason miles and cyclocross memories.
The second installment of our 2019 Holidary Gift Guide for cyclocross and gravel includes a look at glass, gloves, helmets and more we have used this year.
Civilian is back making handmade steel bikes in Portland. We take a first look at the Feral Tsar cyclocross bike designed to tame a course near you.
Atomik pairs its carbon rims, I9 hubs and composite Berd PolyLight spokes to create a lightweight, vibration-absorbing gravel wheel. We take a first look.
20 years after its debut, the green Michelin Mud cyclocross clincher is back. Was it worth the wait? We put it to the test.
Younger rippers have limited options in capable, lightweight off-road race bikes. The $679, 18.9 pound rigid Woom Off 5 is a compelling option. We put it to the test.
Up.bike’s Portable Barrier uses metal supports and a PVC pipe to provide portable barriers for cyclocross practice. We take a first look.
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.
up.bike hops into cyclocross with its Portable Barrier, Flandrien Barrier and Pit Box. Learn more about the new products from the Michigan company.
Canadian Cyclocross National Champ Mike Garrigan has launched LASTIG, a Kickstarter-backed cyclocross-specific clothing line. We drool over his impressive first offering.
Coefficient Cycling’s Wave handlebar changes a rider’s position on the tops. It looks weird, but does it work for ‘cross and gravel? We drop in for a ride.