Islabikes’ Beinn 27 is a versatile aluminum bike for preteens. We take a look at the 650b wheel bike designed for riding on and off-road.
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Seattle’s Noble Bikes is back with the new CX3 cyclocross and GX3 and GX5 gravel bikes. We take a look at the new offerings from off-road bike company.
Gravel and cyclocross bikes were on display at the 2018 Sea Otter Classic. We run down some of the bikes that caught our eyes at the annual trade show.
Merlin Bikes has a new home, but the same small batch, custom titanium bikes. We look at the company’s spellbinding Adventure and Cyclocross models.
BH Bikes unveiled its new orange Gravel X bike and updated the carbon RX Team cyclocross bike. We take a look at both off-road options and the company’s unique retail model.
Kona re-designed the carbon 2018 Major Jake cyclocross bike with more trail and BB drop. We put the new design to the test in this bike review.
The Canyon Inflite CF SLX 9.0 cyclocross bike has a unique look but delivers a light, race-ready package. We look at the German-made bike we have in review.
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.
Get a look at these handmade cyclocross and gravel bikes before they get dirty. This gallery covers more 2018 North American Handmade Bicycle Show works of craftmanship and art.
Wout van Aert rode his Felt bikes with the SRAM Red eTap HRD groupset to a title at the 2018 Cyclocross World Championships. We profile his rainbow-worthy build.
For the second-straight year, Stephen Hyde won the Elite Men’s Cyclocross National Championship on a Cannondale SuperX. We profile his winning bike from the 2018 Nationals in Reno.
What does it take to be a cyclocross pro? We asked around to see how many bikes, wheels and tires teams bring to UCI weekends. See how the pros travel and maybe learn a an equipment trick in our notes from the pit.
Wout van Aert brought his American Felt F FRDx cyclocross bikes to Iowa and Wisconsin to contest the U.S. World Cups. We profile his unique rides.
Lucie Chainel is riding the Canyon Inflite CF SLX carbon disc bike with Maxwheels this season. We profiled her setup at the 2017 World Cup Waterloo.
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.
Van Dessel’s 2018 off-road lineup is out. The Full Tilt Boogie has been updated and the Country Road Bob is back. A limited WTF 853 is available as well.
Von Hof’s newest cyclocross bike is the steel ACX, made by in the USA by Vicious Cycles. It aims to be your choice for race day and off-road adventures.
Kona has unveiled its three “Jake” cyclocross models for 2018. The Super Jake, Major Jake and Jake the Snake have revised geometry and updated features.
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.
It’s been a while since we looked at the Cinelli Zydeco CX/gravel bike. We take a look at the 2017 model with a lower bottom bracket, more tire clearance and a new carbon fork.
Sage Titanium is based out of Beaverton, Oregon and its US made frames get some new options and upgrades for 2017. Check out the new PDXCX and Barlow.
Masi Bikes has a new race-oriented line of cyclocross bikes out in carbon and aluminum dubbed CXR. We took a look at the bikes at the Sea Otter Classic.
Updating your ‘cross drivetrain for off-season rides makes sense for the many of us that are in the one-bike-to-rule-them all camp. Short of having separate cyclocross and gravel bikes, drivetrain modification makes sense. But what to do? We take a look here.
While at the Wheelers and Dealers Race at CrossVegas, this vintage Eddy Merckx Titane singlespeed caught our eye. What appeared to be a singlespeed frankenbike turned out to be a former Belgian pro’s bike with a neat story behind it.
We’ve had first-hand experience with Ridley’s purebred race machines, reviewing, and walking away impressed by the the X-Night 30 in Issue 27. But what about other times of the year? Where warm weather and ample sunshine beckon riders to take to the woods and back roads?
One of the interesting things in attending a race abroad, at least for bike geeks, is the interesting bikes you’ll see, especially if the event …