Cutthroat bikes are designed to be lightweight, practical, modern, and as capable as gravel bicycles. The new model of Cutthroat is better and stiffer than the previous model.… Read more
The Surly Ogre is one of the top steel utility MTBs for fully loaded escapades across town and upcountry. The bike is categorized as an all-season touring machine.
However, this does not imply that you can’t go with it for local or international rides. You can use it for tours and other bike packing trips. The bike does all-mountain bike-related things since it’s an all-around bike.… Read more
Woom bikes pull together awards in the same vein just as generals in the army. These bikes love shining objects to hang on their walls or pinned on their chests. Year in year out, one after another, they top in all the award platforms. The Reddot Award Winner 2020, Eurobike Award Winner 2019, Innovation and Design award 2020, the Two Wheeling Tots Top picks 2019, and so forth.… Read more
The ability to maintain balance under a heavy load, sturdy frames, and adaptability to different terrains are some of the most important traits a touring bike should have. In this Salsa Marrakesh review, we’re going to examine the capacity of these bikes to handle the weight and keep a cyclist comfortable.
Marrakesh is Salsa’s line of world touring bicycles composed of several models that have slightly different features.… Read more
The Raleigh is one of the oldest and popular bicycle makes on earth. The manufacturer marked 130 years’ celebration in the bicycle manufacturing industry back in 2017.
The early 1940’s Raleigh Clubman bicycle model was famous for many purposes during the post-World War I era. Its uses ranged from roadway racing, time-based trials as well as multi-day trips. Nowadays, the Clubman has changed exceptionally in terms of its geometry.… Read more
The Cervelo S5 is the 3rd generation of Cervelo’s high-end aero road racing bike. This model has better handling and is more aerodynamic. Apart from a full disc brake design the bike also has significant weight reduction.
When you compare it to the second-generation S5, the third generation offers a 25% increased bottom bracket, 13% increased head tube stiffness, 5.5 watts of drag savings, and is 90 grams lighter.… Read more
Can’t decide between a road bike and a mountain bike? Or maybe you love the idea of riding on dirt roads and gravel, but don’t feel comfortable riding them on a road bike.
Enter the cyclocross bike. In a nutshell, it’s a little rougher and tougher than a road bike, but faster and more fun to ride on the road than a mountain bike. It’s also the perfect commuter.
If you’re looking for the best cyclocross bike under $1,500, here are some of my favorites, including our number one pick, the value-packed Women’s specific Raleigh RXW here.
Electric bikes have become more common over the past few years, particularly in Europe. In Holland, arguably the cycling capital of the world, more people ride electric bikes than non-electric bikes.
But the US is catching up and with more models coming out every year, there’s never been more choices in the electric bike market. Buying an electric bike can be a bit more complicated than getting a regular bike and it’s worth doing your research before you go shopping.
In this guide, we’ll take you through the pros and cons of electric bikes and everything you need to know to inform your buying decision, including the legal aspects of e-bike use in different states.
Cyclocross is a racing discipline involving a short, closed course packed with obstacles like of mud, stairs, sand, barriers, snow, hairpin turns, mud, and more mud. Heckling, cowbells, and the distribution of hoppy beverages is part of the event and culture, which hails from Belgium. If you’re contemplating pinning on a number, cyclocross is a very beginner-friendly style of racing.
Traditional cyclocross bikes have drop bars, cantilever brakes (although disc brakes are now dominant), and relatively narrow 32-35mm tires. The durability, terrain versatility, and handling characteristics of cyclocross bikes have attracted the attention of many non-racers. Cyclocross bikes are easily adaptable for commuting, trail-riding, road riding, gravel road racing, and wilderness exploring.
While this has led to a market explosion of genre-bending bikes, let’s focus for a moment on some of the best cyclocross bikes you can buy today, bikes that are versatile enough to ride to work on a Monday then rip up your local cross course on Saturday . The cyclocross bike that’s near and dear to my heart is the Raleigh RXM (but more on that later).
Sick of sitting in traffic or walking all the way across campus?
Maybe you want to save some cash and the planet by leaving your car in park or have a fun way to cruise your local bike path on the weekends. Hybrid bikes are a fun and relatively inexpensive means of fun and transportation.
Take the Co-op Cycles CTY 3.1, for example. It scored a place at the top of our podium because, for less than a grand, you can score a reliable, high quality commuting bike. In the bike world, it’s really hard to find many other types of bikes that are worth buying for less than $1,000.