The well-known apparel company is showing a strong commitment to road wear by investing in one of North America's top cycling brands
Trying to get your head around the growing number of models now built for both pavement and dirt? We break it down.
Lidl, a German grocer and Pro Tour sponsor that recently opened in the U.S., is launching a line of bike apparel and equipment that could save you hundreds over the competition
Rawland, a tiny company in the Pacific Northwest, is building the quirkiest, most entertaining bikes we've seen in a while
Our bike editor weighs in on the pros and cons of one of the fastest-growing categories in the industry
As online brand Canyon prepares for its entry to the U.S. market, direct-to-consumer bikes are poised to change the way you buy bicycles, including how much you pay
Cycling is in my blood, and to me it always meant two wheels—until now.
The German direct-to-consumer brand's first women-specific rigs target the pains of smaller riders, with a redesigned frame and 650B wheel options. Our writer spent a weekend testing them and came away very impressed.
Both Santa Cruz and Trek just launched big-hooped DH bikes, challenging the notion that 27.5 reigns supreme in the gravity world
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