The heart of the Pivot Vault cyclocross/gravel bike is classic, but the build is updated for gravel adventures. We take a first look at the carbon bike.
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.
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.
Alan lets you customize its Xtreme Gravel Scandium to fit your needs. We take a first look at the gravel/adventure bike from the Italian company.
Easton redesigned its EA90 SL Disc tubeless wheelset with its new Vault hub. We take a first look at the alloy cyclocross and gravel wheelset.
Knight Composites 35 Clincher TLA Disc is a 19.5mm carbon tubeless wheelset for cyclocross and gravel riding. Here are our early impressions.
Schwinn looks to win back enthusiasts with its SRAM Rival-equipped Vantage RX1 soft tail gravel/adventure bike. We take a first look.
Ritchey Design’s WCS Apex 38 carbon tubeless wheelset is a 19mm wide cyclocross/gravel wheelset that can crossover for road riding. We take a first look.
The iconic Van Dessel Country Road Bob singlespeed is back with modern amenities on a classic design. We take a first look at the rebooted cyclocross / gravel bike.
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 FSE G40/30X carbon disc tubeless gravel wheelset is ready for roads far and wide. We take a first look at this 1,341g wheelset with 25mm wide rims.
The Aeolus line of wheels has been a workhorse for Bontrager for years. We take a first look at the Aeolus 3 tubeless-ready carbon disc clincher wheelset. Full review to come after we put them to the test this fall.
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.
Recently the opportunity came up to try two Skratch products not previously tested long term, the company’s Fruit Drops and Rescue Hydration Mix.
We reviewed the Sage Cycles PDXCX ‘cross bike a couple of years ago back in print issue 25. The Barlow is the latest Sage Cycles design with the gravel rider and racer in mind.
Compass has produced a wide range of components for the “all road” cyclist who enjoys the pavement and never passes an opportunity to mix in some gravel, including an array of tires with a new tubeless Bon Jon Pass offering.
In the past year, the Brodie Romax has been redesigned and improved, but the new Romax still exhibits a bright paint scheme and excellent weld quality as its overt trademarks.
Blue Competition Bicycles offers a full range of bikes, including their EX cyclocross series, comprised of three carbon models, an aluminum offering and even a kids ‘cross bike. We’re currently testing the flagship Blue Norcorss Ex Di2 model.
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BMC has returned to cyclocross after a brief break, unveiling both their carbon fiber CrossMachine CX01 and aluminum CXA01. We currently have a shark colored CXA01 for an extensive review, and showcase an “in review” introduction to the company’s workingman’s do-it-all cyclocross machine
Not only has Foundry revamped its full cyclocross line, but added a titanium arrow to their quiver as well. The Foundry Overland titanium cyclocross bike seeks to tackle everything from the commute and getting lost in the woods, to cyclocross courses and gravel races.
For years, Louis Garneau has been recognized as a cycling clothing brand in the United States despite having road and cyclocross frames availble in many parts of the world. This year, it is bringing their Steeple Xc-Elite to the USA, and we have an in review model for a closer look.
Zen Bike Co. keeps the looks subtle, but keeps the functionality high for riders who demand a made in the USA frame that will get them through their commute and to the podium at a cyclocross race.
Brodie Bikes have been a part of the cyclocross scene in both Canada and the full Pacific Northwest since their first Romax was unveiled two decades ago. We take a closer look at their latest model, which is set for the cyclocross course in equal parts of an all day adventure ride.