The Rutland is Teravail’s new gravel tire with knobs to provide grip when the rough road gets gnarly. We put some miles in the Light and Supple 42mm tires.
Challenge issued a consumer safety bulletin about the compatibility of its clincher tires with ENVE SES carbon rims. Read the bulletin here.
Tubeless tires are having a good year with the Squid, Pivot/Maxxis and Garneau-Easton teams riding them. We look at the how and why of their success.
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.
Kenda’s newest tubeless gravel tire is the Alluvium, which has dense center knobs and three sizes of side knobs. We take a first look at the new-for-2018 tire.
Goodyear Tires is returning to its roots with new tubeless-ready bicycle tires. We look at the 35mm County and 40mm Connector gravel treads.
Challenge Tires is going tubeless for the 2019 model year with its Strada Bianca and Gravel Grinder. It is also offering high-volume tubular versions of the Dune and other treads.
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.
Get ready for your gravel adventure by turning your floor pump into a charging tubeless pump with the Airshot Canister from Airshot Ltd. We take a first look at this new product.
This year, we saw some wheelie interesting trends in tech. Dual wheel sizes and higher volume cyclocross tubeless tires are two shifts we saw in 2017.
The Vittoria Terreno Wet was designed to be a cyclocross mud tire that rolls fast, digs deep and self-cleans. Ken Avery of Vittoria talks about the Wet in this third installment of Mechanical Monday p/b Vittoria.
CXM had an in-depth conversation with Vittoria about its new Terreno Dry cyclocross/gravel tire. This first of three in a series takes a deep dive into the tire design.
Kenda has a new mud tire out called the Cholla Pro and we take a first look at the new offering here.
Defining the “best” of anything is a difficult, if not impossible task. This is particularly true with cyclocross equipment choices. Still, given the important role tires play in ‘cross we often get asked the question of what the best tire is for a given rider or set of conditions.
Hutchinson shows new Sector 32 tubeless tire using its Tubeless Ready casing at Sea Otter.
There are a host of new products launched around NAHBS each year and the 2016 show is no different. Here we’re taking a look at some of the new tires on offer for the cyclocross, gravel and all-road crowd.
Quality Bicycle Products is based in Bloomington, Minnesota, an area filled with gravel roads, and has been serving the gravel market really well, with its brands like Salsa, Foundry, Whisky, Surly and now Teravail, a new tire brand.
Myth One: “Tubeless doesn’t work.” Tubeless is proven for mountain biking and was adapted for cyclocross racing as early as 2006. Though it took some …
Tubeless setups have come a long way in the sport of cyclocross, and have even gained a spotlight at the 2015 World Championship when Mical …
The growing population of tubeless cyclocross racers now have another tire option from Maxxis, adding to a constantly-growing list of tire companies supporting the tubeless movement …
We at Cyclocross Magazine declare 2013 to be the year of cyclocross tubeless tires and wheels. Had a bad experience, or heard it doesn’t work? …