Redshift Shock Stop Seatpost: Checkpoint – by MG Suspension seatposts are a concept most riders can get behind in theory, but in reality, many riders are skeptical on their usefulness. […]
Salsa Cycles announced this morning publicly that the Cutthroat model will be a ground-up redesign for the 2020 model year. The Cutthroat is Salsa Cycles carbon drop bar mountain bike which is aimed at bike-packing and long rides in remote territory, ala Tour Divide. It also is a fairly popular model amongst some gravel riders.
PRO Bike Gear introduced a number of new components and accessories for gravel and all-road bikes today at the Eurobike trade show in Germany. Highlights include a new 27.2mm dropper post, new carbon handlebars and seatposts, and an off-road version of the popular Stealth saddle.
Named after a favorite gravel route near Cannondale’s headquarters, the Topstone is the company’s second gravel model. Unlike its stablemate, it cuts a more traditional ‘gravel bike’ profile, rolling on 700c wheels, with stated clearance for up to 42c tires.
Breezer RADAR Expert: Getting Rolling- by Guitar Ted Adventure bikes. It is a term that is debated, celebrated, and tossed off as “just marketing“. However you view that term, it […]
Wolf Tooth B-RAD Pump Bag: Quick Review- by Grannygear Sometimes you see a bike related product and you think, “I have no idea what I would do with that”. Then […]
Spurcycle Saddle Bag: Quick Review- by Guitar Ted Cyclists need to carry stuff. Now just what kind, shape, and volume of “stuff” is needing to be carried varies greatly. Thus, […]
Nick Legan’s “Gravel Cycling”: Quick Book Review- by Guitar Ted Today we are looking at something a little different. It isn’t a bike, a component, nor is it an accessory […]
<Back to News Home | Spurcycle Multi-Pouch: Quick Review- by Guitar Ted When I’m getting ready for a ride, there is that time span between having my riding gear on […]
I have a bit of a nostalgic relationship with the Dirty Kanza 200. After watching a handful of friends participate in the first DK200 in 2006, I tried my hand […]