Coming in at $1,000 less than the high-end Red group, SRAM Force eTap AXS is a promising option for riders seeking wireless shifting on a budget.
Here’s how two top choices stack up.
Many female triathletes are left riding bikes that are way too big for them. Contributor Kelly O'Mara shares her experience.
A team of doctors develops a new material called WaveCel, which looks like Koroyd but functions in a different way, according to Bontrager.
Think beyond the bento and eat and drink in perfectly-functioning, aero style.
Lennard Zinn gets an insider look at brands’ complicated relationship with sex-specific biomechanics.
Wahoo finds another way to make indoor trainer workouts more realistic with the Kickr Climb, but this upgrade comes at a steep price.
We take a close look at five capable, versatile front lights for everything from winter commutes to occasional singletrack jaunts.
Nothing is more thoughtful than gifting the one you love (or yourself) a fortress of protection for their most prized tri-possession.
As smart trainers become the best way to ride inside, we look at two new entries into the sub-$1,000 direct-drive market. Get smart, and go home.
A group of 30 industry experts came together on Friday to tally the makeup of all 2,500 bikes to check-in on the Kona Pier ahead of the Ironman World Championship.
Aussie Sarah Crowley rides a tricked-out Canyon Speedmax SLX with a few custom touches.
We got a great look at Daniela Ryf’s brand new 2019 Felt IA FRD Disc
A close-up look at the Diamondback Serios F American Matt Russell will ride at Saturday's Ironman World Championship.