the latest cyclocross products
With a quick conversion, the Audew Cordless Air Compressor is ready to inflate bike tires. We put the Audew unit to the cyclocross test this season.
Van Dessel has released gravel bikes at Vegas-based shows like Interbike. However, this morning, the company ventured into new terrain with the Passepartout.
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.
The Minoura Live Ride FG 200 Hybrid Roller is a portable trainer for race-day warm-ups. Is it up for your race-day warm-ups? We review.
At four different races, we captured images of Jeremy Powers and Wout van Aert’s prototype SRAM eTap 1x 12-speed drivetrain. See what’s coming soon from SRAM.
New for the 2019 model year, Fuji has given its Jari a carbon makeover. We look at the new Jari Carbon 1.1 equipped for gravel and adventure riding.
Our latest round-up from Interbike looks at a plug kit from Ryder Cycling, sealant from Slime, bike lights from Cateye and chain rings from Praxis Works.
Mineral Design formed to produce portable bike tools. We put the Mini Bar multi-tool with removable bits in our jersey to see how it torques on the road.
Easton Cycling has released redesigned seatpost with its ISA technology and stem with ICM tech. Learn more about the new EC and EA series products.
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.
Wout van Aert, Sven Nys had access to the prototype Dugast Ernst mud tubular for a few seasons, but now it’s available to the rest of us. We take our first look.
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.
Bianchi’s updated adventure/gravel line includes the steel Orso and alloy Impulso All Road. The company also showed off the E-Road Aria hub-motor bike.
Yes, there are still new products unveiled at Interbike. We looked high and low, and found a few things that caught our eye.
Panaracer, IRC, Donnelly, Kenda, Challenge and Maxxis all had new cyclocross and gravel tires on display at Interbike 2018. We take a look at the rubber.
In 2018 Donnelly is outfitting its cyclocross team with its own carbon C//C cyclocross frameset. We profile Lance Haidet’s winning C//C from RenoCross.
Onyx hs updated its sprag clutch to make it compatible with DT Swiss hubs, and it also now offers an “anti-notch” freehub. More on the new products.
Van Dessel continued its tradition of launching new models at Interbike, showing off the Straight Up, and updates to the WTF and Full Tilt Boogie. We take a first look.
Cyclocross and gravel bikes do not have to expensive. Poseidon lowers the barrier with the aluminum budget-friendly $599 X. We take a first look from Interbike.
Industry Nine is now offering several cyclocross and gravel wheelsets with its new Torch Road Alloy platform. We take a look from Interbike 2018.
Thomson is giving its Elite stem and seatpost a makeover with a CeraKote ceramic coating. The new products will come in a “Jungle” colorway.
Favorit is a recently revived brand that dates back to the early 1900s. We checked out the F3 Cyclocross and F3 Adventure bikes at the 2018 Interbike show.
The FSA NS is a new alloy price-point tubeless clincher wheelset ready for gravel and high-volume cyclocross riding. We take a first look.
The Diamondback Haanjo EXP Carbon comes with a retro spec and 650b wheels to help with your gravel adventure. We review the adventure bike option.
Ibis’ Hakka MX cyclocross/gravel bike takes a versatile approach. Can it pull double duty for both ‘cross and gravel? Find out in our review.
Revin Cycling has made a big splash since it launched in 2017. We take a first look at its G21 Pro tubeless clincher wheelset designed for gravel grinding.
The Steel ACX is Von Hof’s new cyclocross bike. Find out if the small-batch, U.S.-built bike can provide a modern take on a classic ‘cross ride.
We take a first look at the 2019 CruX carbon and E5 alloy line of cyclocross bikes from Specialized. See what’s changed for 2019.