For this year's Eroica California, Bike Snob NYC bypassed the dream rides and went straight to mail order and Craigslist

A secretive launch signaled that the new team isn’t going to be a softer, cuddlier version of its controversial predecessor

After two weeks of riding 25 bikes, these are the ones that came out on top

Watch to see why the Orbea Gain e-bike came out on top as our testers' favorite roadie for 2019

Choice (and affordable) accessories for road and trail

Oregon representative Earl Blumenauer recently introduced the Bicycle Commuter Act, which would provide a pretax benefit for riding to work. Here's what to know about the potential law.

The peer-to-peer sporting-goods rental service now wants to blend mobile and traditional bike rentals

From innovative new gravel bikes to a 13-speed drivetrain, these are the tools and toys that caught our eye in Monterey this week

Each year we head to a cycling mecca to test dozens of road, mountain, and gravel bikes in search of the best new rides

The big-box retailer is trying to cater to cycling enthusiasts with a line of three new carbon rides. Will people buy them?

In a unique twist to online retail, this shop certifies pre-owned bikes and offers a guaranteed buy-back program

Performance machines to cheat wind, go off-road, or cover lots of ground

Is the new construction as effective as Trek claims? Right now, it’s impossible to say.

There are valid arguments for both wearing and not wearing a helmet. But shaming people for their choices is useless.

The Sno-Go is the only way to have fun in the snow on a bike

News that the team will keep its massive budget all but ensures its dominance at the Tour de France

Spring is almost here, and you have a lot of bikes to get out of your storage unit. Keep them organized at home with these inexpensive space savers.

Last year’s options to watch races like the spring classics and the Tour de France were good. This year’s are even better.

With bike pants this good, you’ll never ride in tights again

I witnessed history, of a sort, from my desk, watching a free livestream of the first-ever virtual race for pro cyclists

Stress-corrosion cracking associated with the Future Shock system puts riders at risk, says the bike maker, which issued a full recall of certain models last week

Probably. The good news is the culture of the sport—lauded for its grassroots, oddball vibe—will be defined by its community.

Amid concerns over trail conflicts and land-management issues, e-mountain bikes just keep getting better and better

From tires to apparel, here are the pieces of bike gear we loved most

Britain's wildly successful pro cycling team might be losing its namesake sponsor, but the dynasty is far from over

The style-centric bike apparel brand is branching out to saddlebags and even an insulated sleep system

Often, getting better and gaining confidence on the trails means going back to the basics

The Boise Bicycle Project teaches inmates the ins and outs of bicycle maintenance, with the ultimate goal of getting everyone in Boise on two wheels—no matter their income

From slick racers to gravel grinders, these are the new rides that wowed our testers

Just because the season is getting colder doesn't mean you have to stop riding

Our bike-test director just wrapped up our 13th annual testing marathon. Here's how it works.

Because having feeling in your fingers shouldn't be a luxury

A high-performance carbon-frame rig for under four grand? Believe it. Canyon Cycles’ Aeroad WMN CF SLX Disc 8.0 is a lightweight, durable, do-everything road machine that’s cheaper than the competition, thanks to the German company’s direct-to-consumer model.

(Courtesy AETHER Apparel) Aether x Mystery Ranch Pack ($235) Water-resistant nylon, a padded laptop sleeve, generous zippers, and cinch side panels are just a few of the smart features that make the Aether x Mystery Ranch pack the ideal hauler for ferrying daily essentials to and from the office.

Lighter, more comfortable designs and high-end safety features make these helmets the best

From shorts to shoes, nine gear recs from people who know what they're talking about

Filmmaker Long Nyugen and rider Marshall Mullen took Specialized’s new e-bike, the Turbo Kenovo, out to Virgin, Utah.

Life Time Fitness recently purchased the Dirty Kanza 200, the latest in a string of indie races to be scooped up by major corporations

Keep riding long after everyone else has put their bike away for the season

The kit you need to maximize winter saddle time

There's no better feeling than pulling the trigger on a new mountain bike, but you'll need a few other tools before you hit the trails.

In founding a new team, the fallen cyclist is seeking forgiveness, which many fans may not be willing to give

Cyclist Kenny Smith wanted to push the limits of the Devinci's AC/ eMTB, so he took it to Squamish, BC to see what it was made of.

A group of researchers at Virginia Tech performed rigorous testing on 30 top bike helmets to find out which is the most protective

The 45-year-old reached 183.932 miles per hour in her ride around Utah’s Bonneville Salt Flats

As the minimalism trend enters a curious new phase that has clothing makers like Mac Bishop of Wool and Prince showing us how to get through a year with only a few pairs of underwear, one brave adventurer attempts to defend his gear closet

For many beginner mountain bikers, buying a bike can be a daunting task. Watch to learn the ins and outs of buying your first MTB.

This machine isn't just the latest entry into the pantheon of strange exercise equipment. It's also the best thing to happen to mountain bike–specific training, perhaps ever.

Juliana’s new mountain bikes are among the very best options for women—and so are the company’s Ride Outs

They pack down small and could save you one day

Bikes are getting more advanced. So are the tools you need to keep them running well.

Socks are probably the cheapest part of your kit—but they’re still absolutely vital

From balance bikes to bikes with training wheels, here are the best ones

Our writer tested the new model of the legacy bike she used to ride in the nineties and loved its speed, precision, and power

Slacker, more capable, but still plenty lightweight, XC bikes are finally becoming fun to ride—again

Basque bike manufacturer Orbea could show the way forward for the pedal-assist market with its new e-roadie, the Gain

Whether you’re looking for a sleek hip pack or a behemoth bag that can carry the kitchen sink, there’s something for you in this list

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