Trek’s latest e-road bike comes gravel capable and is class-3 for road speed.
The latest tech updates for Tuesday, March 16.
The new high-performance pedal-assist road bike looks — and weighs — about the same as a standard road bike.
A full-carbon frame, integrated cockpit, Shimano Di2 GRX, and a Mahle X35+ motor are a few highlights of this 26-pound commuter bearing the name of the three-time Tour de France winner.
The Heckler is a ripping fun bike with some of the same ride characteristics of other Santa Cruz bikes.
Canyon's new Grail:On is a gravel bike with four levels of motorized assistance. Here's a quick look.
Canyon's distinctive cockpit and seatpost share the stage with a powerful Bosch motor and 80-mile-range battery.
Get the lowdown on the bike gear you'll want, the stuff you definitely need, and the coolest items of 2020.
Updates to the previous model of e-MTB include a re-engineered carbon front triangle, integrating an internal battery, and lowering the center of gravity.
Why to use a chain gauge to measure bicycle chain wear, when you can use a ruler instead.
Comprising five rounds, the new series will kick off on in Monaco in early March, and conclude seven months later, in Barcelona.
Versatility is the name of the game, and dirt is the playing field. The players are battery-operated, too.
A new wave of performance e-road bikes could change the dynamics in group rides and gran fondos.
Electric-assist bikes again grabbed the headlines at this year's Eurobike, with e-racing bikes on display from Bianchi, Look, and Wilier Triestina.
We sat down with Ned Overend to discuss the state of U.S. mountain bike racing, the rise of NICA, and the launch of e-mountain bike competitions
The UCI is asking fans to take a survey for how to improve professional road racing. We appreciate the gesture, and have some not-so serious improvements we'd like to make
We look at a new training technique at Tejay van Garderen's Andorran training camp with Allen Lim, Ph.D.
A reader writes in after an unfortunate crash on tubeless tires; Lennard gets more feedback on his lightning column
Sure, it's got a battery, but the AlpenChallenge Amp also borrows plenty of features from non-motorized road bikes to make it fun and comfortable.
The world's largest bicycle retailer Decathlon is making moves in the American market with a new superstore in Northern California.
Download the complete festival guide to the 2019 Sea Otter Classic, a "celebration of cycling" April 11-14 in Monterey, California.
Rapha rolls out new road and gravel shoes. Orbea has an e-bike for kids. CeramicSpeed has a Dub-compatible bottom bracket, and more.
Enve claims Vittoria tires are prone to failure on its rims, but Vittoria wants to know more. New Campagnolo EPS 12-speed, and more.
Box Components touts its inexpensive but burly drivetrains as an alternative to the big brands. Can it compete in a crowded component market?
It is clear e-bikes have a bright future, but it’s equally clear that no one knows yet what that future will look like.
This week's roundup includes an interesting interview with a professional mountain bike rider who races on an e-bike.
Sure, there were electric motors involved, but the Sea Otter Classic e-MTB event still felt like bike racing to me.
The rise of electronically assisted bicycles is upon us. Will they be used for good, or for e-vil?
At Magura's annual press camp, Lennard Zinn discovers he is a fan of e-bikes, takes a shine to casual riding clothes, and more
Moab authorities will not permit electric-assist mountain bikes on trails designated for non-motorized traffic
Frederick Dreier writes in the Wall Street Journal of the pitfalls e-bikes present when they are ridden on mountain bike trails