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Getting an entire camping kit to fit on your bike is no easy task. Here’s how to store your gear for multi-day bike rides.

A potent gravity-oriented machine that will make you a better biker

Wreckoning LB features mountain biker Kyle Nortbraten shredding on Evil’s latest addition to their inventory.

Decathlon, one of the biggest names in Euro sporting goods, wants to make riding more affordable with its exceedingly budget-friendly products

As biking (and racing) on unpaved roads explodes in popularity, gear has changed in a way that's affecting the whole cycling industry—for the better

Race whips and downhill bangers are getting stabler and more capable

Cycling brands are delivering quality rides right to your doorstep

The company is aiming to change the way people buy bikes

What a new interview with America’s most infamous cyclist can tell us about cycling today

The high-tech material has been used to build frames and components for decades, but as bikes age, catastrophic failures are leading to lawsuits

Watch to see what you'll need before heading out on your first bikepacking trip. 

The proposed 10 percent tariffs on bikes and bike parts imported from China would be a blow to the U.S. cycling industry

Because you don’t want to look like a Tour de France rider on your commute to the office

Team USA cyclist Coryn Rivera on the stuff she does't ride without

Mountain bikes are made to get dirty, but knowing how to properly clean your bike is crucial to keep it riding smoothly.

Our lead bike reviewer set out to answer the question: Do you really need all the fancy riding tech, or will a smartphone suffice?

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

It's easier than ever for cyclists to pick a route and get out the door. Is that a good thing?

Unnecessary? Sure. The best part of my commute? Absolutely.

Whether you're into race shields or lifestyle frames, there's something here you'll love

Top-end bicycles are higher tech and better than ever. But so are the budget models.

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

In designing a new Stumpjumper for 2018, Specialized faced a challenge: how to keep a 37-year-old model relevant in an ever-improving field

An association of automotive and bike industry bigwigs is betting that bicycle-to-vehicle communication will make cycling safer

Performance tops with tons of character

Trail steeds get lighter but punch above their weight

Nothing makes a ride like a sweet pair of shorts

A drop in price, but you still drop the pack

Using publicly available data, advocacy group People for Bikes wants to show community leaders what they can do to improve cycling infrastructure in their cities

Amid an ongoing doping scandal, the Sky racer is within his rights to continue racing. He shouldn't be.

Kaitlyn Boyle smashed the women's record for the AZT300, while Kurt Refsnider reclaimed the record for the 760-mile AZTR

This video City of Angels, City of Trails highlights three riding areas in Los Angeles including Simi Valley, Altadena, Chilao Region.

Based on firsthand experience, the performance payoffs make the investment worthwhile

Will the recent acquisition of the Colorado-based mountain bike company be the death knell for the brand, or will it emerge stronger and more innovative than ever?

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.

As the case over Chris Froome's elevated salbutamol levels slowly churns on, cycling officials are preparing for a protracted battle

With his new company, Cake, the mastermind behind POC is out to prove that "electric" and "bike" are meant to go together

The bike that turned my little rider into a ripper

Tested products to navigate the streets in style and comfort

With so many great options out there, how do you pick the right one? Easy: at a demo event, like the Sedona Mountain Bike Festival.

Savvy streetwear to fend off April showers

The British government published a report detailing system abuses by the coaches and athletes on Team Sky

Meredith Klein, women's workshop instructor at Brooklyn's famed 718 Cyclery, on her favorite gear

Because safety and comfort are key for commuting

I’ve been telling myself for years that I didn’t need new bike tools. How wrong I was.

From better casings and increased sidewall protection to varied compounds for better grip and new sizes, rubber for the road and the trail is improving

Five reasons our bike editor loves the Arizona city, from its rocky trails to its warm weather to its great beer

Don't underestimate these worthy steeds

Take a page from Lael Wilcox's playbook and go long

We found that line with the 60 mph HPC Revolution

Racks to headlamps, we tried it all at our annual bike test in Tucson, Arizona

The Aston Martin (One-77!) of Pro Tour race bikes

What’s old is new and sexy again with this steel all-road ride.

A long-travel 29-inch sled that handles like a peppy short-travel trail machine? We’ve heard it before, but Marin has a new, compelling entry.

From filmmaker Tommy Penick and Industry 9 Componentry with original music from Amy Stolzenbach, Invisible Forces highlight their new bicycle wheel on a morning hill climb.

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.

Our bike editor tested a handful of new fit apps to see how they stacked up to the brick-and-mortar specialists. Let's just say some worked better than others.

Our 2018 bike test starts next week in Tucson. Here’s how we review the fleet.

A crew of midwestern riding enthusiasts is pioneering grooming techniques for fat-bike trails that have extended the bike season year-round and added 80 miles of snowy singletrack to the city

Seventeen products that made this bike season better than any before

Haul your stuff safely in one of these stylish bags

We’re told that the sport has cleaned itself up and cheating is a thing of the past. Yet with the world’s top racer pushing the limits of fair play, it's sure hard to believe that.

After getting hit by a car, our bike-test director comes to terms with distracted driving and a society that devalues cyclists

Honing our kit for backcountry hunting and food harvesting

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?

If I could own only one road bike, it would be this Swiss Army knife of a pavement machine

When the clock strikes 5:00 we find out what all their employees are really working for, The Night Ride. 

With all the different rim and tire sizes, it can be hard to know where to start. We tested the new Enve M Series to break it down.

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

Tools to prevent a breakup with your bike.

Trail bikes aside, no mountain machine adds more versatility to a fleet than a fat bike.

For pickups and vans, there's no better bike carrier

The best and brightest innovations we came across at the annual Interbike trade show