The most winning cyclist in history is returning to his racing roots with a line of steel bikes, starting with the small-batch, boutique Eddy70 to commemorate his 70th birthday.
The Mach 4 Carbon was perhaps our most anticipated bicycle of the year as it was the only bike we received with the new Shimano XTR Di2 drivetrain.
Though many road riders are still resistant to disc brakes, judging by the crop of 2015 road bikes in this year’s test, this technology is here to stay.
The last word in 2014 bike reviews goes to what was arguably our favorite bike of the year, the Gear of the Year-winning Scott Addict.
Whereas many of the adventure road bikes hitting the market at the moment are one-off models, often in the budget range, Specialized is debuting the Diverge as a full line of bicycles, including...
When mountain bike designer Niner—one of the original 29-inch wheel proponents—jumped on the 'gravel bike' trend, we knew we had to test their version. The RLT9, billed as a fat-tired road bike,...
In a tale of old is new again, Lemond Bicycles has announced that it will reenter the bike market this fall with a single, steel road frame, the Washoe.
We prowled the floor of Interbike, the largest cycling...
If our sources are right, adventure bikes will be the talk of Interbike, the U.S.’s biggest bike show, which starts next week in Las Vegas.
From a speedy dream piece to the most versatile road ride we’ve ever tested, this year’s best bikes meet the needs of every cyclist.
A confluence of tech advances produces a thrilling new crop of rides.
Don’t call it the SL5. The company says its new top-end race bike is neither lighter nor stiffer than its predecessor—it’s just better.
The Colnago C-59 Disc made waves when it launched in 2012 because it was one of the first full-fledged race bikes to take advantage of the new disc brake technology.
These are the 10 bikes we couldn't wait to get our hands on in 2014. Stay tuned for reviews, but for now check out which bikes made our shortlist.