Shimano Dura Ace C40 tubeless wheelset
These eye-catching hoops met all of our expectations from this high-quality brand.
These eye-catching hoops met all of our expectations from this high-quality brand.
This versatile jacket now has a permanent home in the shoulder season wardrobe.
Chris Yu from Specialized walks us through Computational Fluid Dynamics and explains how it influences bicycle design today.
This jacket is incredibly light and packs down small for easy stowage in a jersey pocket.
The Men's Wind Vest from Velocio is tailored for a snug fit, and it looks good too
The Asheville, North Carolina company takes its first foray into the road market with these wheels.
The 7Mesh MK2 bibs are snug around the waist but relaxed in the thigh, which is good if you’re not exactly racer-lean.
Ashmei's Bib Short V.3 has earned a permanent place in our closets with exceptional fit, high compression, and comfortable straps.
This small security tie is great for quick trips into the store and adding another layer of security on your car's bike rack.
If you’re after simplicity and on-the-fly adjustment in a super-stiff platform, it’s hard to beat the Helix shoes.
If price is no object and you’re after a remarkably stable and easy to use pedal, it’s hard to beat the Xpro 10 pedals.
Gladiator has come up with a better way to store your expensive rides in your garage without tearing up your walls or slicing and dicing your pricey rims.
Shimano's made-in-Japan jersey ditches shoulder seams to eliminate bunching, thereby reducing drag.
Pactimo Summit Aero RT makes orange look cool, and the hi-vis jersey is cut for racers.
Donkey Label Team Cross Jersey looks good and it’s comfortable with polyester fabric that's soft to the touch.
Poc tends to make aesthetically polarizing gear, but the AVIP jersey hits the nail on the head.
The Ashmei Croix de Fer's fit is snug but forgiving; it’s ideal for gran fondos and all-day warm-weather rides.
Rapha's Arenberg sunglasses are Italian-made full-frame shades that offer tons of coverage and a detachable Zeiss lens.
Building off its debut Open sunglasses, Koo’s Open Cube offers the same pivoting earpieces and Zeiss lens, but in a half-rim style.
The 100% Speedtraps sport a big, angular, almost-robotic look that’s found a home on Peter Sagan’s face.
Louis Garneau Course Air Lite II has a fit system that helps the forefoot expand and stretch for added comfort.
Fizik's Infinito R1 Knit kicks have a high arch and snug fit with exceptional venting.
The Gaerne Carbon G.Stilo+ is on the heavy side, but if you value supreme comfort over weight, look no further.
The Scott Road RC SL shoes feature Carbitex upper and stiff sole for maximum power transfer.
The Lazer Bullet aero helmet has a novel venting system that can be quickly opened or closed.
The Oakley Aro5 has aerodynamic touches, a Boa retention dial, and polarizing looks.
Giro's Montaro is a great-looking lid, but that's hardly what makes it a great choice for trail and enduro riders.
Five Ten Kestrel's nylon shank in the midsole flexes enough for walking but provides enough stiffness for efficient pedaling.
Full protection is the name of the game. But power transfer matters too with Shimano's ME-7 shoes.
Giro Code Techlace shoes are some of the most comfortable XC kicks on the market.
Northwave's Spiders combine running shoe aesthetics and breathability with a stiff sole for plenty of power transfer.
If you want dirt performance without the dirt look, Pearl Izumi's Performance T is your jersey.
If you’re after a casual look, Club Ride's New West jersey has it in spades.
You want a no-fuss jersey with no frills, just comfort. Bontrager's Lithos is it.
For the hottest summer days, 100%'s Celium is your go-to jersey.
Kitsbow's Merino wool/synthetic blend offers plenty of warmth for cool late fall rides in its Front Range jersey.
Pactimo packs a lot of smart features into the Terrain jersey at a reasonable price.
If you’re after super-durable shorts, POC's Raceday Enduro baggies are certainly it.
Pactimo's Terrains are a home run for budget-conscious riders who still want exceptional quality.
Bontrager's Stormshell shorts feature a lightweight and breathable Profila Stormshell fabric to keep the storm at bay.
The Traverse MTB shorts by Mission Workshop have a contoured waist and an integrated waist belt.
If it’s going to be a swelteringly hot day, look no further than the 100% Celium baggies.
A ceramic coating on the sides helps reduce friction in crashes on the POC Avip VPDS Ceramic bibs.
Ideal for hot days, the Endura Pro SL Bibshort II's coldblack treatment keeps you plenty cool while providing UPF50+ protection.
Shimano S-Phyre chamois is moderately thick and comfortable for long days in the saddle.
Smith's Session only has Koroyd in certain areas to help keep the cost of the helmet down.
Kask's Rex is a perennial favorite at VeloNews for its light weight and comfortable fit.
Leatt has its own answer to MIPS called 360° Technology used in the DBX 3.0 helmet.
The Direto should catch your eye if you’re after a super-stable unit and you want to save a few bucks over the top-of-the-line smart trainers.
If you can't get comfortable with a heart rate monitor chest strap, Wahoo has a solution that is comfortable and accurate.
Louis Garneau’s Actifly shoes aim to offer a super-breathable and affordable option for indoor trainer rides.
2017 was a great year in tech with new bikes, new accessories, and of course new scandals.
Strava tabulates its millions of rides from 2017. Californians recorded the most activities, and Vermonters have the hilliest routes.
WorldTour wrenches pack their mental toolboxes with equal parts patience and adrenaline, and as many languages as possible.
Carogna's double-sided adhesive tape makes the tubular mounting experience quick and painless. It works amazingly well in all conditions.
Vanquish will certainly contend for the top spot in the aero road helmet category for its functionality and fit.
At just 23 grams, these featherweight bottle cages are made from a carbon fiber composite that offer durability and security.
The Prosecco features a windproof front panel and a hydrophilic treatment to move sweat away from your body.
Fizik's Tacky Touch bar tape offers plenty of grip thanks largely to the laser-cut perforations and grippy Microtex material.
It doesn’t get any better than a cotton casing. Well, if it’s one of the world’s fastest tires, we suppose it does.
At 134 grams (11-28-tooth), Rotor's Uno cassette may be the lightest cassette on the market.
Bells have transcended kitsch and now exist on the verge of necessity for commuters and serious (seriously polite) riders alike.
Sewn in California, Walz Cycling Caps blend style and function for all riding seasons.
Grimpeur Bros. sponsors several pro, elite, and club cycling teams, and it hosts coffee gatherings at national cycling events.
Handlebar Mustache makes it easy to tie your kit aesthetic together with styles that range from the colorfully tame to the playfully outlandish.
Ashmei’s Hooded Wind Jersey fits perfectly on your commute to work, but it’s up for a hard effort at lunchtime, too.
Spice up your garage space with a unique print from 100Copies, the bike-centric creative world of Singapore-based Thomas Yang.
Mount this inside the garage or outside to show off your pride and joy — and lock it securely in place.
Hang this one on your garage workstand or shove it in your pack on your next dirt ride.
The indispensable ATD.1.2 is an update of Park’s previous adjustable torque driver.
Big sound from a little package will fill your home garage, not your benchtop.
The 1100-lumen Lumina front light has nine flash and static settings including a Daylight Visible Flash.
Arundel’s sneaky bar end plugs hide away important tools so you’re not stranded with roadside repairs.
Powered by a small coin cell battery, Wahoo's Mini will stay powered for up to 12 months.
The versatile Switch Multi-Tool packs all the tools needed for basic repairs into a neat pocket-sized package.
The New West Jersey combines moisture-wicking and quick-drying properties with a casual look you can wear to the bar post-ride.
The Fiveten Kestrel shoes have a nylon shank in the midsole that flexes enough for walking but provides stiffness for pedaling.
With a stretch woven shell and a casual fit, the Lithos shorts are ideal for anything from enduro racing to all-day gravel rides.
The details Silca has wisely incorporated into its Apron Premio are smart and sensible.