Biking

From mtb to cyclocross, fixies to road bikes, we review the greatest new bike gear.

Best Biking Cities

Two wheels, a chain, and some gears -- the humble bicycle has seen a resurgence with commuters and city dwellers in the United States and beyond. This article highlights 10 top biking cities around the globe. Read More...

July 2, 2009

Castelli Sottile Cycling Jacket

At first touch, this jacket feels like reinforced plastic sheeting. It weighs a mere 3.3 ounces on my scale. But the Sottile Jacket, new from Castelli this spring, can add a significant layer of protection against the elements. Read More...

June 9, 2009

Bike Race Gear Report

Last month, in a nine-hour effort, I completed the Ragnarök 105 bike race, which is fully self-supported and primarily on gravel roads. This is the gear report. Read More...

June 1, 2009

Ragnarök 105 Bike Race

The Ragnarök 105 is a bike race in Minnesota named after a Norse era of mythological doom and war. For cyclists, the daylong course is a fight of both muscle and mind. Read More...

May 9, 2009

Backpacks for Biking

The classic bike-messenger bag has been adopted the world over as requisite equipment for two-wheel transit with goods in tow. But for me a messenger bag's single-strap setup -- weight on one shoulder, the bag balanced on the arch of my back -- has never felt comfortable or secure. Read More...

April 24, 2009

Teva Mountain Games Intro

In 2006, I traveled to the Teva Mountain Games for a weekend of rafting, racing, and running in the mountains over Vail, Colo. This June, GearJunkie.com is heading back for more. . . Read More...

April 24, 2009

Gear Review — The Sqivvy

No, this is not an outhouse. The Sqivvy, a "portable pop-up privacy shelter," is a 4 x 4-foot tent that's about 7 feet tall. It packs to the size of a bike tire and unfolds to pop into form. . . Read More...

February 25, 2009

Pearl Izumi Microsensor Skull Cap

Winter athletes know it can be difficult to find a hat that fits under a bike helmet and stays put for running. But Pearl Izumi has done just that with its Microsensor Skull Cap, an upgrade to a design that's been around for years. Read More...

December 1, 2008

Freeride Mountain Biking

Dirt jumps, ladder bridges, wall rides -- and all the consequences associated with such stunts -- define the discipline of freeride, one of mountain biking's biggest trends. . . Read More...

October 15, 2008

Turin Bike Trainer

With a base price tag of $12,500, and configurations that will sell for more than $20,000, the Turin bike training system encapsulates a rider in a bubble of technology and is touted as the "ultimate in indoor training". . . Read More...

October 13, 2008
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