Pacific Northwest Junior 15-16 rider Jack Spranger won his race at the 2019 Lakewood Nationals aboard the aptly named Sage Titaniums PDXCX.
Brannan Fix is shredding this season on his titanium Moots Psychlo X RSL cyclocross bike with Pirelli Cinturato Cross tubeless tires.
Merlin is back and its titanium Sandstone gravel bike aims to put the brand at the top of dream bike wishlists. Should it be on yours? We put it to the test.
Chumba aims to satisfy all your riding needs with its versatile titanium Terlingua. Should it make your dream bike list? We put it to the test in our review.
Moots added a softail on its titanium Routt YBB gravel bike and shortened the chainstays on the wide-clearance Routt 45. We also spotted a Baxter MTB.
Van Dessel showed off off its Day Ripper do-it-all bike and a prototype titanium gravel bike at Sea Otter 2019. It also updated the WTF and Straight Up.
Quebec’s T-Lab Bikes showed off its All-Terrain X3 gravel/adventure bike tubing uniquely shaped in an effort to offer better performance and weight savings.
Thomson showed off a prototype titanium gravel bike built up with Thomson parts at the 2019 NAHBS show. We take a first look at the forthcoming bike.
There was little mystery behind the eye-catching custom titanium cyclocross and gravel bikes England’s Enigma Bikes had on display at 2019 NAHBS.
Italy’s T Red built its Muur titanium monster cross / gravel bike by hand with materials from Italy. Take a closer look at this versatile, wide-tire bike.
Dean Bikes has just unveiled its new Team Edition cyclocross frame, just before 2019 NAHBS. We’ve been putting it to the test. Here’s our review.
Kristen Legan custom designed her titanium Firefly bike for both cyclocross and gravel. We look at how she configures it for her long and short rides.
The Gravsplosion is a custom titanium gravel bike made by Colorado’s Black Sheep Bikes. We take a closer look at a bike with a unique fork and handlebar.
A handmade steel Sklar All-Road is one of the bikes being raffled off to support Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship. Get a closer look at the eye-catching bike.
A titanium Mosaic GT-1 gravel bike is another bike being raffled off to benefit Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship. We take a look at the sparkling gravel bike.
Dean Bikes builds its titanium bikes by hand here in the U.S. At Sea Otter, the company displayed custom gravel and touring models.
Litespeed’s Cherohala and Gravel titanium bikes are ready for your all-road adventures. We look at the metal made-in-the-USA models.
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.
John Caletti modified his typical cyclocross frameset to suit the trails of Paul Component’s backyard trails in Chico. Our look at this monster cross beauty.
Remember when fat tires, suspension forks & drop bars were a winning combo? We take a look at John Tomac’s 1991 titanium/carbon Raleigh Signature drop bar mountain bike, as owned by Eric Rumpf.
Dean Bikes knows not everyone can afford its Boulder-built titanium creations. Its Antero cyclocross frame aims to lower the barrier.
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.
The answer to one bike dreams is the titanium R+, according to Ogden-based Why Cycles. We take a look at the versatile road / gravel / cyclocross machine.
In a show filled with shiny metal and matte carbon, it’s only appropriate that a hot pink titanium cyclocross frame from Dean Bikes caught our eye at NAHBS 2017.
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.
Moots is celebrating 35 years of building bikes. Not content to rest on their laurels, Moots introduced some innovative gravel bike ideas at NAHBS 2016 and showed off some of their best-known models.