Bike Reviews: Page 7

Raleigh Roker Comp

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

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.

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.

Scott Addict 20 Disc

Scott's Addict 20 features this tried-and-terrific frame plus a sensible mix of parts. It boasts one of the stiffest bottom brackets of any bike.

Time Izon

Lively and lightweight, Traditionalists will love Time’s classic lines and race geometry. But the Izon is a bit quirky.

Kestrel Legend LTD

Kestrel’s top-of-the-line Legend LTD is an agile racer in a lightweight package. The lightest frame ever produced by Kestrel (a claimed 780 grams) offers a quick and stable ride. The eTap drivetrain keeps the bike aesthetically clean. The bike’s geometry is aggressive, with a 160-millimeters head tube (size L frame), on par with Specialized’s Tarmac. […]

Buyer’s Guide 2017: Diamondback Podium Vitesse

In last year’s Buyer’s Guide we called the Podium Vitesse a pleasant surprise, which means this year we need to stop being so surprised that Diamondback’s race disc bike is still an excellent bike. It’s not without its quirks, but it’s clear Diamondback’s attempts at creating a race winner are yielding good returns. Let’s start […]