If you’re the type of rider who needs to tinker with fit, Sidi’s Wire shoes are a great — but expensive — option.
The TimeMachine’s stiff carbon layup paired with its BB86 bottom bracket provide an impressively responsive ride.
Bottecchia's Tourmalet rides more like an all-rounder with endurance touches than an aero bike built for pure straight-line speed.
Norco's Search Carbon defines what a great gravel bike should be. It feels like a race bike — stiff and responsive — but it’s
Mavic's stylish enduro helmet is light and comfortable enough for your trail/xc shreds, but burly enough for fast, gnarly descents.
This stiff and stable ride equipped with thoughtful component details is a great bike for someone who isn’t quite sold on racing yet.
The Orca is a race-worthy platform, stiff and somewhat unforgiving but thoroughly enjoyable at speed.
The Cayo boasts a women’s-specific design and race geometry, yet it’s smooth and predictable — ideal for everyday rides and long
Felt’s dark, low-slung F2 has the same savagely stiff carbon construction as the F1, but a more purposeful Ultegra Di2 build.
Enve's SES 2.2 wheels are great for climbers, but they aren't quite stiff enough to justify their steep price.