Review: Burley Trailer

The Travoy trailer is a two-wheel cart that attaches to a bike’s seat post. It can carry up to 60 pounds in tow.

Race Face Women’s Bike Shorts

Tester Adrienne Schofhauser wore the Race Face DIY shorts for “a month of rigorous riding.” Here is her review.

Bike Stand Test

Gear Junkie tests a new $239 bike repair stand for tweaking components, swapping pedals, and adjusting brakes in his garage.

Patagonia Messenger Bag

Two former bike messengers test one of the least expensive and best bike bags on the market.

Review: Yakima Skybox

Need more room for cargo? Yakima’s Skybox 18 is a quick way to increase your vehicle’s luggage space.

Belt Drive Mountain Bike

Bike chains have been standard equipment for decades. Belt drives, which employ polyurethane embedded with carbon-fiber cords, give bikers a new choice.

TNF Mountain-Biking Shorts

The North Face has a new DH bike short named after one of the coolest downhill races in the world.

Clean Bike Bottle

The dual-cap Clean Bottle is almost the perfect bike water bottle. Stephen Krcmar gave it a month-long test.

Novara Commuter Pannier

REI’s Novara brand saddlebag is made for daily commutes and any riding short of fully-loaded touring. Our writer gives it a multi-month test.

Topeak Toolstick 11

Small, handy and inexpensive, the Topeak Toolstick 11 is a great addition to any biker’s toolbox.

Pedalr bike store

Pedalr, a new site, brings buyers and sellers together online in a unique, Etsy-inspired format.

Bike Coffee Cup Holder

When everyday is bike-to-work day, it’s good to have a place to put your coffee. Meet Portland Design Works’ Bar-ista cup holder.

Rapha Cycling Club

The Rapha Cycling Club, a combination of fashion boutique, eatery and art gallery, opens in London on May 8 and soon in New York City.

Walmart 29er Mountain Bike

Big-box behemoth Walmart recently released a 29-inch mountain bike. The price? A low, low $199!

‘Come & Gone’ by Joe Parkin

Joe Parkin’s new book “Come and Gone” provides an interesting and fun insider perspective to the ’90s American bike-racing scene.

Lance Armstrong: Honey Man

The celebrity cyclist’s latest business foray includes involvement with Honey Stinger, a Colorado manufacturer of “honey-based nutritional foods.”

Walmart’s $149 Fixie

Last month, Walmart made waves by introducing a $150 single-speed bike. Is the cheap ride good or bad for cycling? Stephen Krcmar digs in for…

‘Mind, Body and Bike’

At the Fix Studio in Minneapolis, an exercise boutique, athletic consultations range from bike fittings to neuromuscular massage. Gear Junkie gives it a try.

Sports Helmet Holy Grail?

A long-awaited idea, the Scarab is a multisport helmet certified as safe for a half-dozen sports, rock climbing, cycling, kayaking, and equestrian activities included.

Bike Sharing in the USA

A public bike-sharing program kicked off in Denver yesterday, on Earth Day 2010. Will these kind of programs help get more Americans on bikes?

Clean Bike Bottle

Funk is for your iPod, not your water bottle. The Clean Bottle opens from the bottom to make cleaning it out easy and quick.

Bike Polo Feature Story

With homemade mallets and single-speed bikes, hardcourt polo is a growing game in the urban cycling scene. Horses not required.

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