Bike Reviews

Review: Lauf Anywhere gravel bike

With its latest bike, Lauf strikes a balance between gravel capabilities and pavement pleasures. Plus, it does so at a fair price.

Review: Fezzari Signal Peak Pro

Fezzari finds a balance between XC-worthy efficiency and all-around capability for rocky, technical descents with the Signal Peak mountain bike.

Orbea Occam AM M-LTD 19

Orbea finds a balance between capabilities on rugged descents and efficiency and handling on tough climbs, making the Occam a winner.

Canyon Lux CF 9.0 Pro Race

Canyon has crafted a pure XC race bike with balanced, aggressive geometry, premium components, and a suspension platform meant for World Cup racing.

Fuji Supreme 1.1 Women’s

If speed is what you’re after, you’ll certainly get it with this bike.

Review: 3T Strada

With a single-chainring drivetrain and dramatic aerodynamic shapes, 3T's Strada stands apart from the peloton.

Lauf True Grit

The Lauf True Grit may look a bit odd with its suspension fork, but it's one the best, most versatile gravel bikes we have tested.

Chapter 2 Tere

The Tere is a modern take on a traditional road frame design, and is available in either rim- or disc-brake versions.

Wilier-Triestina Cento10NDR

This rig is classified as an endurance bike, but its unique properties show that it can be a race bike too.

Cannondale Synapse Hi-Mod Red eTap

If you need an upright fit and like a bike with mild-mannered steering, the Synapse should be near the top of your list.