Easton EC90 ALX Carbon Drop Bar: Getting Rolling
Easton took the racer feedback gained throughout the 2022 season and distilled it into what we have here, a gravel racing drop bar.
Redshift Sports Kitchen Sink Handlebar: Checkpoint
The control part is what I wasn’t expecting. When things get rowdy, rough, and sketchy, the Drop Grips especially come into play and make controlling the bike a much easier task. I felt a lot more secure while holding these grips when I hit loose gravel in a turn, for instance.
Redshift Sports Kitchen Sink Handlebar: Getting Rolling
The Redshift Sports Kitchen Sink Handlebar, Cruise Control Grips, and Really Long Bar Tape combine to make a system that is intriguing for the gravel and back road cyclist. Add in the loop bar section and it becomes more versatile with an added possibility for cargo bag attachment, accessories attachment points, and obviously as an aero position for riding into winds. There is a lot going on here.
Fresh Gravel: WTB, Redshift Sports, Finish Line
Winter is hitting the Riding Gravel headquarters hard, but that doesn’t mean that things are not happening. Today we have news on some upcoming products from WTB, Redshift Sports, and Finish Line which are due to arrive soon, or already have, which we will be reviewing.
Whisky Parts Milhouse & Winston Handlebars: Getting Rolling
Recently I was tipped off to a couple of carbon fiber handle bars that Whiskey Parts was about to unleash upon the world. Whiskey Parts kindly sent them over for evaluation and review, and since now the curtain has been lifted on these, I can freely talk about them now.
Ritchey WCS Butano and Ergomax Handle Bars: Quick Review
Ritchey WCS Butano and Ergomax Handle Bars: Quick Review – by Grannygear Editor’s Note: This review features two ‘Quick Reviews’ of Ritchey WCS range handle…
A Tale Of Three Bars: FSA K-Wing AGX – Part 2
So here is the thing with drop bars. We have been used to riding bars that are basically round tubes bent into a shape and formed for their intended purpose. Now the reach and sweep and width and drop, etc, may vary, but what you are grabbing with your hands is basically a round tube. And that is both good and bad.
PRO Discover Big Flare Bars: Checkpoint
With its massive 30 degree flare and 35 degrees of sweep, the new Discover Big Flare handlebar from PRO Bike Gear is one of the more radical gravel drop bars available today. Guitar Ted and I received early samples for testing, and here are our impressions of the bar after two months of riding.
A Tale Of Three Bars: Giant Contact SL XR Dfuse Bar
Now then…the ride quality. It is smoother under sharp impacts than any alloy bar I have used. It is noticeable.
A Tale Of Three Bars: Ritchey WCS Streem II
A Tale Of Three Bars: Ritchey WCS Streem II – by Grannygear Introduction: The world of gravel riding has spawned a few trends and brought…