Everything from sustainable soft goods to thermoplastic wheels and frames
The case for modifying a cheap commuter bike instead of buying the newest, fanciest ride
Is your home filled with rusty cassettes, threadbare Lycra shorts, and butyl tubes awaiting repair? Columnist Eben Weiss knows what to do with your used bike junk.
How much slower does a modern long-travel bike climb? And what are the differences downhill?
Let’s all get mad about where our cables go in our pedal bikes
These are some of the newest and most exciting bikepacking products on the market
Eben Weiss predicts what’s on the horizon for bike tech: zero compatibility, smartphone-controlled everything, and gear so complex that only a specialist will be able to fix it
This little electric cycle truck has great carrying capacity and plenty of zip around town
Sometimes the best solutions are the simplest
Columnist Eben Weiss explains how the Woom NOW cargo bike overcomes the hurdles kids face in the commute to and from the classroom
Trek’s latest e-road bike comes gravel capable and motor-assisted up to 28 miles per hour for road speed
Shorts and liners that work for more riders
Find out what tweaks Santa Cruz made to this cult classic
The rise of electric micromobility gadgets has brought more people into bike lanes across the country. Is there still room for cyclists?
Whatever your reason for considering an EV—your wallet, the environment, or practicality—adding an e-bike is a far better choice than replacing your current car
Mountain bike technology is always evolving—but it is all in the right direction?
The Cannondale Topstone Carbon 1 RLE is a gravel bike for mountain bikers who like to ride roads
The bereaved Steinsapir family is suing Rad Power Bikes after a tragic accident
Rivendell Bicycle Works built a loyal following by ignoring convention. But what happens when good intentions spark public outrage in a country divided?
Protecting your head is serious business, but unless you’re knowledgable about the technical specs that differentiate helmets, it can be hard to know exactly what you need out side of the general buckets of road, gravel, and mountain biking. Thankfully Specialized makes it easy find the right helmet…
Modern drivetrains are a net win for consumers, but there’s a loss of simplicity in the push to add more gears
All helmets sold in the U.S. are subject to the same standards, so why should you pay more?
It’s easy to fall for the bells and whistles, but the hardtail wins with its affordability, versatility, and simplicity
A recent climate commitment pledge among leading cycling brands conjured an unexpected feeling in our Bike Snob columnist—empathy
We caught up with the riders of the most unique bikes at the annual two-wheeled pilgrimage in Monterey, California
The company’s first try took forever to release and wasn’t perfect. Will the new system live up to the hype?
The Makita 18V LXT lithium-ion cordless inflator makes traditional pumps a thing of the past
The best dirt, gravel, and pavement at the gateway to Glacier National Park
Matej Mohoric used a dropper seatpost to win Italy’s Milano-Sanremo road race, and then declared that the traditional mountain-bike component is “the future of cycling.” Here’s why that matters for you.
Whether you’re mountain biking or just commuting around town, a few key parts will keep you riding, regardless of the elements
The Bowhead Reach is designed to help those who can’t walk access mountain-bike trails
Want to make the outdoors more accessible? Free Country thinks making reasonably priced gear is a great place to start.
Gains in aerodynamics, weight, and stiffness come at the cost of some rider choice and equipment resilience
Consumer-direct Fezzari challenges the big brands with this mountain-bike-inspired gravel racer that’s best on rough roads and trails
Some of the biggest brands will work together to pay for consumer battery recycling
We still love these runner-up apparel pieces and accessories
With this gear, twice the ice is just as nice
As road frames evolve to become more capable on various surfaces, many roadies may find a sweet spot for their riding that’s short of a full-on gravel bike