FIRST IMPRESSION - TREK DOMANE 4.5: The Domane is designed to give the rider an advantage under difficult conditions with a unique seat tube and top tube junction that soaks up big bumps and high-speed vibration.
REVIEW - SOMA SAN MARCOS: The San Marcos is definitely a comfort road bike that many people could get into as a versatile commuter, or a bike able to cart a light load, or just for getting out on long rides. Read our long-term review here.
REVIEW - YUBA ELMUNDO: With a cargo capacity of more than 400 pounds and an electric assist, there isn't much the Yuba ElMundo can't carry. We've put it to the test hauling all kinds of things, so read our long term review here.
NEW GEAR FROM FROSTBIKE EXPO: These Velo Orange Drillum cranks might look vintage, but they're one of the brand-new products we saw at the Frostbike dealer expo, including more from Planet Bike, Yakima, and Burley.
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