Felt’s newest trail machine makes a strong argument that one bike really can do it all
Putting five outdoor barbeques to the test and rediscovering the importance of cooking in the woods
29? 27.5+? Doesn't matter. This whip can do both.
Sturdy, versatile, and easy to use, this hitch-mount bike rack might be the last one you ever buy
With the re-launch of the iconic model and the debut of a line of bikepacking bags, Specialized is signaling that it believes there’s a growing consumer contingent who wants all-road, touring versatility in their road bikes. We agree.
Lower, slacker, and rowdier—this plus-size trail bike is the most capable Fuel EX we’ve tried
How to find the ultimate backcountry campsites for your rolling home office
Enough to power the Eiffel Tower for three days or run a home on solar for 27,000 hours, to start
Our hats go off to Froome for an incredible performance thus far. But what happened to everyone else?
In search of the best backcountry espresso machines
The new release proves you don’t have to pay a fortune for an excellent, all-terrain bike
Lael Wilcox became the first American and first woman to win the Trans Am bike race, while Briton Mike Hall shattered the fastest Tour Divide time
Absurdly priced, but also absurdly well engineered and fun to ride
If this aggressive trail 29er had come along a year earlier, it would have crushed the competition. And today it still shreds as hard as anything out there
This hand-built carbon trail ripper offers the refinement of a custom mountain machine for (nearly) the same price as a stock bike
This 4-year-old bike is still at the pinnacle of road engineering
Four top-flight picks for all your hot-weather rides
Pro mountain bikers Macky Franklin and Syd Schulz are proving that living on the road full time doesn’t have to cost a fortune
Look good, feel good
Why this Flying Cloud 23FB will be the ultimate office and mobile adventure testing unit
A primer for getting out on multi-day trips based on our editor’s nine-day, 850-mile traverse of the Arizona Trail
Long overdue, disc brakes are finally taking over the roadie world
With the Parks becoming more bike-friendly, choice trails are opening up everywhere—including in this California gem. Here’s how we roll.
Here’s what I used to support an 850-mile backcountry mountain bike trip across Arizona
Save your bike, and your ride, with these handy micro gadgets
Chasing singletrack, giant fish, and surrender in a matchup to find the finest route across Arizona
Everything you need to tackle the pavement this summer
Many traditionalists are worried this new segment will ruin the sport. It doesn’t have to if we take the time to figure out where the motorized rigs fit in.
This pump has changed my life for the better. Seriously.
Our writer rented an Airstream for a week to see if he could overcome his doubts about RVing. He ended up falling in love—and buying a 2014 Flying Cloud 23FB named Artemis.
The biggest beneficiaries of the great evolution in bike tech? Lower-cost rides.
You can do better than jeans and a T-shirt
These mountain bikes add grip and confidence without the heft of a full fat bike, making them ideal for loose, sandy trails and super capable on bigger-hit riding. While the development is still in its infancy, with mountain-bike manufacturers debating rim widths and rubber dimensions, we believe it’s a significant advance for dirt steeds.
The right stuff for road and trail
The new generation of performance rides are faster, more comfortable, and more capable than ever.
Presenting the ultimate all-surface road bike
A cadre of upstart brands is shaking up cycling clothing. Thank God.
Who says compound bows and bikes don't mix? (But seriously, this is fun.)
Everything you need to start riding this summer
For all-around trail riding, nothing beats the 2016 Gear of the Year winner
Turn your mountain bike into a long-distance machine with these well-designed haulers
This new wireless electronic component group represents a giant leap forward in shifting technology
They go from 16- to 64-percent light transmission in less than a second
Presenting what might be the weirdest, most technologically intriguing dirt rig we’ve ridden this year
Has Trek built the world’s most versatile road bike with its new cobble machine?
Upgrading your grips is arguably the best, cheapest way to boost a bike's comfort. Don't skimp on them.
Behold the best value in cycling: a $5,500 high-performance racer from the world's biggest bike company
As SRAM goes to 12-speed and Shimano widens its rear cassette, single-ring setups are becoming the new norm
Specialized and Trek are trying to make daytime lights easy, affordable, and acceptable on the road
Can a major overhaul of the industry’s most ubiquitous dropper resolve its questionable dependability record? So far, we're optimistic.
It's all in the details
11 essentials to get you started on the dirt
So you want to start mountain biking? Bravo! Whether you’re a roadie looking to play in the dirt or just upgrading a daily commuter, the decision to ride on trails could be the best one you’ve ever made.
Use some common sense and be a good sport
The heart of a good bike is its frame. With dozens of brands to choose from, each with lots of models in different styles, knowing where to start can be a quandary. The good news: All that competition makes for a lot of great bikes.
The bottom line: Don't stress out over size
Two new models from Specialized and Cannondale prove that you don’t have to spend a fortune on carbon fiber to get a top-performing road bike
Our bike editor couldn't find the ultimate single-speed, so he built one himself
This winter getaway is in a full warm-weather swing. To top it off, a killer mountain bike festival takes place this weekend.
It’s still Rapha quality, but marketed for the masses
This all-mountain machine proves that 27.5+ is here to stay
Cold feet will ruin your ride. Here’s how to keep your dogs warm and happy, even in the coldest conditions.
SRAM, Specialized, and Zipp have partnered to build three special-edition Tarmacs with SRAM’s new wireless groupo to raise money for the World Bicycle Relief
When the most winning American downhiller in history ditches a major bike sponsor for a niche, German manufacturer, you have to wonder if all’s well in the cycling world
As lightweight as a jersey but as protective as a shell, this is the ultimate cycling top
Friends mourn the loss of an enduring icon in the slopestyle mountain bike world.
Aspiring racers will face a series of challenges, including group rides and structured training programs, that will be used to identify their potential. Coaches will then cull the field to find the strongest rider.
Behold the epitome of the new fat bike: fast, fun, and astonishingly light
Three of the season’s most promising rides
After a few days testing bikes in Sedona, Arizona, we've found the Scott Genius LT 700 Tuned Plus and The Following by Evil to be two of the season’s most promising rides
It’s miserable outside, but that’s no excuse to not be on your bike
This short-travel 29er isn’t just the most technologically advanced race bike on the market. It’s also way more fun than most cross-country rigs.
Whatever you're looking for, one of these pieces of innovative gear will do the job
Hunting is growing beyond its hook-and-bullet roots, thanks to outdoor inventions like the fat bike
Make sure the bike lovers in your family get exactly what they want this winter with these essentials, from $8 to $2,900
A small team of mountain bikers went on an expedition to the Simien Mountains of northern Ethiopia. The stated goal was to summit the country’s highest peak, 14,928-foot Ras Deshan, and ride back down.
A bike that sits right in the sweet spot between fast and capable
An XC bike dressed up in trail accoutrements, this short-travel 29er highlights the industry trend toward longer, more capable machines
Riding in the snow should be fun, not uncomfortable
Presenting the ultimate winter workhorse for 2016