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The Jones diamond frame features everything a touring cyclist could need: rack and fender mounts; room for fat, comfy tires; three water bottle cage mounts; a shorter effective top tube and high, comfortable handlebars.
It’s nice to see that a big company like Specialized has not totally abandoned steel as a frame material, especially for an all-rounder bike like this. This is the kind of bike that encourages such impromptu adventures.
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.
The San Marcos is “the bike any road rider who doesn’t race but rides mainly on the road ought to be riding,” according to its creator.
We've put the Quick CX to work on a mixed-surface commute where it tackles everything from asphalt to crushed limestone, gravel, and more.
A lot of people immediately associate Norco with gravity and mountain bikes, but the Canadian brand actually has many bikes designed specifically for commuting and street use.
A motorized cargo machine has many advantages. I can bust a move quickly into the flow of traffic, even with a heavy load on board. Riding at the same speed as traffic is a heck of a lot safer than being a slow-moving vehicle in a fast-moving world.
The African continent’s first professional UCI Continental team is off to a fast start with a win in the Milan-San Remo race, but its success doesn't stop at the finish line.
The Shinola brand has been around since 1929, but when it was reincarnated in Detroit it didn't have much in common with the shoe-polish company it once was and the colloquialism that bears its name.
Don’t let the race pedigree fool you—the Secteur is set up to be friendly for those of us without “Eye of the Tiger” playing on repeat in our heads.
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