It is so light you will forget it is on your head.
“Taking a page from our trail bike playbook, we slackened the head angle to 68.5 degrees, reduced the fork offset, increased reach and moved to shorter stems on all frame sizes.”
A fully-fledged racing bike with enough flair to tear up the descents and power through the climbs.
Have a look at the features and benefits of the Lazer Century and Coyote helmets.
The Supercaliber is a best-of-all-worlds XC racing bike with a unique, structural suspension design and two water bottle mounts.
For 50 years, 3T Cycling has been producing high quality, high-performance components for the elite riders of the peloton.
The updated Triple X Shoe features a new construction, new materials and a more refined fit.
Ravemen lighting products are developed by people who share with a genuine passion for cycling.
The new 120mm Tallboy takes a leap into what short-travel bikes really are capable of.
A value-orientated SL 5 Disc with hydraulic 105 drivetrain and a race-ready SL 6 Disc Pro with Ultegra hydraulic gruppo and carbon wheels.
A new aluminium frame that’s designed around 29″ wheels, a 130 front 120 rear travel configuration and modern trail geometry.
The ideal aero setup for part-time triathletes and anyone who trains and races on the same rig, especially in hilly regions with winding roads.
Featuring reach adjust levers, 2 or 4 piston caliper options, 1 x 12 or 2 x 12 drivetrains and more…
Today Specialized announced details on their first high-performance e-road bike the Turbo Creo SL.
Earlier this year Titan Racing debuted their new range of carbon bikes in two ranges; the Switch gravel bike and the Valerian road bike.
“I’ve been racing with the original Stealth saddle since it’s introduction. The weight drop of the new version is a significant advantage.” – Michael Matthews.
Combined with a slacker 65-degree head tube angle, the Hightower still sits squarely in the Goldilocks zone, but with a touch more “Oh sh*t get me out of here” capability when the porridge gets too hot!
Take a closer look at the Meta Power 29 and Meta Power SX from Andorran super-brand, Commencal.
The new Reverb gets more tech and travel for more #Send.
The 100% cross compatibility of the SRAM Eagle family means bespoke drivetrains are all the rage.
“Whilst before I kept fighting to maintain flow through the turn the bike had an ‘on-rails’ feeling and I was out the turn without any fuss.”- Gary
Where once XC shoes were the answer to gravel, a new gravel-specific shoe comes from Shimano.
Get the full scoop on the new XT series.
New Top Fuel is suited to racing and a whole lot more.
For trail riders of all levels seeking more coverage, more confidence and more fun.
Shimano freshens up the Tiagra road brake system.
Hubtiger can predict when a specific component will need replacement or simply when your road or mountain bike is due for a tune up.
At the end of the 2018 season, the UCI buckled to the pressure applied from some of the trade teams and changed the rule book on wheel size.
Featuring multiple options including double and single drivetrains, mechanical or electronic shifting, 10 and 11-speed drivetrains, dropper post integration and more.
All your tech questions answered about Charger 2.1, MegNeg and what these upgrades mean on the trail?