Wide rims for cyclocross and gravel? Alto Cycling’s AMX29 alloy tubeless wheelset says yes. We put the wide rims to the test for both ‘cross and gravel in this review.
Looking to up the volume on your monster cross mash? Here’s eight favorite monster tires that do more than gravel for your dirt and trail adventures.
Most riders have a favorite method for cleaning and lubing chains, along with favorite solvents and lubes. But to make the most of this vital piece of equipment, we’re going to experts.
The PDXCX is Sage Titanium’s cyclocross racing bike hand-built and designed in Oregon. We see how it performs for technical ‘cross riding and mixed terrain adventures.
Looking for a way to work on your bike handling? These videos from Indonesia and the Netherlands challenge you to stay high and dry on the narrow path.
The Boyd Cycling Jocassee 650b carbon tubeless wheel set is designed for gravel grinding. We put this high-volume wheelset to the test and report back in our first Gravel Gear installment.
Jon Severson of Monster Cross News has a history project: keeping the do-it-all monster cross tradition alive. In this Wednesday Wonderings, he shares more about what Monster Cross is.
Meredith Miller brought all the pieces together aboard her Mosaic XS-1 singlespeed at the 2018 Reno Cyclocross Nationals. We take a closer look at her Championship-winning ride.
The Ritchey Outback adventure bike is Tom Ritchey’s latest creation. We throw a leg over the teal steel machine. Could it be the ultimate escape vehicle?
One early-1990s model that arguably laid the groundwork for monster cross bikes was the Gary Fisher Sphinx. We take a look at this early 700c off-road bike.
Boyd Cycling unveiled its Jocassee carbon 650b gravel wheels, Ready2Ride purchase option, and the CXM-inspired tubeless tire sealant. We take a look at Press Camp.
Mavic has rolled out new hoop options for cyclocross and gravel cyclists, with a long-awaited update to the Open Pro rim, and a 25mm internal width XA Elite wheelset.
Dean Bikes knows not everyone can afford its Boulder-built titanium creations. Its Antero cyclocross frame aims to lower the barrier.
Last week, for Training Tuesday, we helped you get your body ready for a long gravel event, but what about your bike? Here’s five tips to get your bike ready to grind some gravel.
What’s 2mm? For some that’s the difference between a tire fitting within a frame or brake or not. For others, 2mm offers an ability to …
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.
Suspension giant Fox appears to be taking aim at the cyclocross and gravel bike segment with a new “Adventure Cross” or “AX” fork. We look into this potential new offering.
Kenda has unveiled new options for gravel hunters and speed freaks, with new casings, widths and diameters coming to the Flintridge gravel tire, and a new 30c Valkyrie road tire.
Carbon wheels are one of the most popular (albeit costly) ways to improve the way your bike rides. Check out some of the latest offerings from Zipp, Alex Rims and a new company based out of Southern California called Spēd Precision.
Sophie de Boer won the Women’s race at CrossVegas in a nail-biter three-up sprint aboard an unlabelled mystery bike. We got a closer look and reveal the pedigree behind the frame—with history and details that the rider and team were unaware of.
Update: The lucky random winner is Caleb Hulsey from Austin, Texas, who said he just so happens to have a cyclocross frame ready for the …
Japanese tire manufacturer Panaracer has been killing it lately. The company joined forces with Stan’s NoTubes to form a gravel team and had one of …
Even without USA Cycling gravel regulations, gravel races, gravel gear and even gravel itself vary tremendously. Earlier this week we brought you our review of …
There are now enough gravel tires to cover all the different types of gravel throughout the world. From groomed, hard packed surfaces that feel very …
Life is too short. Jeff Archer of the vintage mountain bike museum and website MOMBAT (Museum of Mountain Bike Art and Technology) and First Flight Bikes shop in …
Aftermarket derailleur pulleys. If you’ve been around a while, you’re probably in one of two schools of thought when thinking about rear derailleur pulleys. One school …
The new MkII cyclocross bike is Low Bicycles’ latest creation. After expanding from track to the road to grow with his riders, Low focused on meeting the growing calls for a cyclocross and gravel bike.
As the United States celebrates Independence Day today, we’re taking a look at two bikes that aren’t quite typical for our bike profiles, spotlights or reviews, but are appropriate for the July Fourth holiday. One is brand new, one we’ve spent a bit of time on.
Earlier this month at the 2016 Bike Press Camp, we saw the full 2017 GT Grade gravel, or “Enduroad” as the company calls it, line-up.
Gravel-specific tires and tubeless technology aren’t a failsafe against misfortune like a cut sidewall. So we started wondering, what’s the best way to avoid cutting a tire on a gravel ride?