Bike Reviews: Page 7

Trek Émonda SL 6 Women’s

The aggressive and versatile Émonda SL 6 combines the stiffness you’d expect from a top-of-the-line race bike, with big tire clearance and moderate race geometry, at an affordable price. It’s the all-around bike we’ve been asking for, ideal for racers who want to ride hard some days and explore dirt roads others. Trek’s H2 geometry […]

Scott Foil Premium

Scott's Foil bridges the gap between the aero and all-around categories with great geometry and a high-end build.

Masi Vivo Quattro

This might be the quintessential New England bike: It soaks up impacts from cracked, neglected roads common in the great Northeast, and rips on rolling terrain. It’s also a slow-steering machine, with a tall 185-millimeter head tube, 72.5-degree head tube angle, and long 425-millimeter chain stays. So forget about this one for the racecourse. The […]

Open U.P.

The ability to transform this bike into just about anything you want it to be is a boon for the go-anywhere types.

Fuji Jari

Jari is the Swahili word for super-duper-long. Okay, that’s probably not true, but that doesn’t change the fact that the Jari’s geometry errs on the side of long and stable. While Fuji markets it as a versatile bike that will do anything you want it to, we disagree: The Jari is purpose-driven and you’ll be […]

Raleigh Roker Comp

Raleigh's Roker gravel bike has comfortable geometry and myriad fittings for bottles and fenders, plus a SRAM single-ring drivetrain.

Argon 18 Krypton

Argon 18's Krypton is a classic all-rounder with a solid blend of Shimano Ultegra Di2 parts and Vision Team 25 wheels.

Cervelo S3 Disc

Cervelo’s S3d is a purebred race machine that compels you to shift into a harder gear, fold into an aero tuck, and go faster.