From mtb to cyclocross, fixies to road bikes, we review the greatest new bike gear.
Salsa Cycles Journeyman Sora Review: Affordable Fun on Gravel
We tested the all-new Journeyman, Salsa Cycles’ first drop-bar bike to wear a triple-digit price tag.
Watch: Graham Agassiz Rips Trail on a Kona E-Bike
If this video didn’t explicitly say ‘e-bike,’ it would have been hard to tell. This mountain biker absolutely flies up and down trail!
Heads-Up Display for Cyclists: Everysight Raptor Glasses Review
A former Israeli fighter plane engineer brings his expertise to a startup company poised to disrupt the cycling industry.
Retro ‘Steel Bar’ Pedals Revived: Prototype Testing Looks Promising
After a summer of exclusive testing, GearJunkie got a sneak peek at a wild new clipless pedal design for road bikes.
Can Thule ‘One Up’ the Competition With the Helium Platform?
Thule has once again stepped up with a quality, super convenient way to transport your bikes. The new Thule Helium Platform is a hitch-mounted bike carrier that holds bikes in place without any contact with the frame. Keep that shiny bike shiny!
Dirty Kanza Gravel Bike Classic Acquired By Life Time Fitness
America’s most famous gravel endurance ride now falls under the Life Time Fitness banner. Now, speculation swirls about what this means for the future of the event, its riders, and its hosts.
Interbike 2018: The Latest Gear From the Cycling World
Interbike 2018, the annual cycling industry trade show, is in the history books. We were there to get you the scoop on the latest cycling gear.
Schooled By Gravel: Lessons Learned From a 3-Day Bikepack Race
Preparation can get you to the start line, but a 400-mile bikepack race is far from in the bag. Here are the lessons learned from the school of bikepack ultraracing.
Salsa Warbird 2019: The Original Gravel Bike Gets Better
The Salsa Warbird is the original gravel race bike. For 2019, it loses weight, gains a wheel size, and gets more capable.
184 MPH on a Bicycle! Woman Sets New Speed Record
Denise Mueller-Korenek smashed the paced bicycle speed record along Utah’s Bonneville Salt Flats by more than 16 miles per hour.
The ‘Omata One’ Is a Retro Speedometer for Your Bike: Review
It looks like a classic timepiece, but the Omata One is powered by satellites and advanced electronics. After a month of testing, I can’t decide if it’s a glimpse at cycling’s future or a welcome return to simpler days.
Yeti SB130 Review: Your Other Bikes Will Gather Dust
Replacing Yeti’s hugely popular SB5.5, the SB130 made me a better rider. This 29er trail bike is the most aggressively versatile MTB I’ve ridden yet. I put it to the test across hundreds of miles, and up and down tens of thousands of feet, for this review.
Declassified: ‘Super Magnesium’ Lighter Than Titanium, Stronger Than Steel
Until this month, Allite Super Magnesium was only available for military and aerospace applications. Now available for consumer product manufacturers, it has the potential to shake up the industry.
Watch: Team Bikes and Packrafts around British Columbia’s Mines
A bikepacking team explores the effects of mining on the sacred headwaters of northwestern British Columbia. Typical of the area, the video features glacier-fed rivers, mountain biking, and bears.
Rolling on Foam: Vittoria Air-Liner Mountain Bike Tire Inserts Reviewed
Vittoria Air-Liner foam bike tire inserts reduce the risk of flats and wheel damage while pushing the performance envelope.
Bosch Kiox Onboard Computer for E-Bikers Who Actually Train on Them
Bosch is introducing the Kiox, a handlebar-mounted fitness tracker for those who use e-bikes to ride seriously.
Bikepacking Hacks: Tooling Up for Backcountry Adventure
We asked our favorite bike mechanic what to bring and what to know before departing on a bikepacking adventure.
Strider Just Built a Carbon Fiber Bike for Your Kindergartener
Everyone deserves to experience the look and feel of a carbon fiber bike. And with the Strider 12 ST-R, that means every single little one.