A potent gravity-oriented machine that will make you a better biker
Decathlon, one of the biggest names in Euro sporting goods, wants to make riding more affordable with its exceedingly budget-friendly products
Cycling brands are delivering quality rides right to your doorstep
The company is aiming to change the way people buy bikes
Watch to see what you'll need before heading out on your first bikepacking trip.
Because you don’t want to look like a Tour de France rider on your commute to the office
POC, Sweet Protection, and Maloja make some of the best-fitting, best-performing women's shorts on the market
We rode the ultralight machine designed by the founder of POC
Unnecessary? Sure. The best part of my commute? Absolutely.
Behind the scenes with the Japanese manufacturer and its new mountain bike group set
Essentials to help drivers see, hear, and avoid you on the road
Kaitlyn Boyle smashed the women's record for the AZT300, while Kurt Refsnider reclaimed the record for the 760-mile AZTR
Our first impressions of the motorcycle maker's attempt at bikes meant for singletrack
I put Trek's newest gravel bike to the test on a 180-mile bikepacking trip through the Sonoran Desert. Here's how it held up.
With his new company, Cake, the mastermind behind POC is out to prove that "electric" and "bike" are meant to go together
The British government published a report detailing system abuses by the coaches and athletes on Team Sky
I’ve been telling myself for years that I didn’t need new bike tools. How wrong I was.
Five reasons our bike editor loves the Arizona city, from its rocky trails to its warm weather to its great beer
Take a page from Lael Wilcox's playbook and go long
We found that line with the 60 mph HPC Revolution
Athletes can come back with adverse test results without getting even temporarily banned from racing. That's like allowing a drunk driver who failed a breathalyzer test to drive away—so long as he has a good excuse.
As frame and component weights continue to fall and suspensions improve, bikes are getting slacker and more capable. But who really needs such big, beefy bikes?
A child-sized motorcycle
In descending order of priority
The rise of automatic shifting, integrated computers, lights, power meters, and radar has made us wonder: How much is too much?
We put together a full no-compromise setup for under $2,000