Colnago's first time trial bike with disc brakes is complete with a bayonet-style fork, integrated base bars, and some super-slick Euro lines.
A new $300 add-on to the Tacx Neo ecosystem promises better ride feel on the trainer, but is it enough? Check out our first impressions.
Shimano has (finally) joined the 12-speed shifting ranks with a setup that's lighter, faster, and semi wireless.
Cannondale's slippery-fast, unreleased new bike focuses on shaving grams.
What's new, and what it is like to use the latest layout.
Wahoo keeps all the quintessential design elements of the Speedplay Zero in its rebrand.
Some 1,900 teams fill 126 divisions for a series that hinges on collaborative efforts — and it's run by two men on Zwift.
Being able to steer inside Zwift with your handlebars is cool, but the Sterzo Smart doesn't always work. Here's why.
Fifth-generation Kickr remains the easiest smart trainer to use, and new padded feet option adds comfort.
The Utah brand gets in the tire game with SES road tubeless options made in the Czech Republic by Tufo.
The $109 Elite Sterzo Smart rotating wheel block works with any bike on a trainer to steer inside Zwift.
Three high-end cycling GPS computers. One 14,000-foot elevation test. Which computer came out on top?
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We tell you what we like and don't like about four Zwift-compatible smart bikes: Wahoo Kickr Bike, StagesBike, Tacx Neo Smart Bike, and Wattbike Atom.
Combining the convenience of a dedicated indoor bike with the new-school tech of an interactive smart trainer, the Tacx Neo Bike is aiming to be the best of both worlds.