This may be old technology by Specialized's standards, but it just offers more proof that road bikes have already been very good for a very long time.
Sleek lines, a smooth ride, great handling, low weight, and lots of tire clearance in a value-oriented package.
Gorgeous and distinctive integrated design, a lovely ride, and a top-shelf build kit. Just try not to choke when you see the price tag.
Made in the USA, these new wheels drop US$750 compared to the GC3 Pro.
Another Pinarello Grevil from the women's field, but with an entirely different build to what Amity Rockwell raced.
A look at the unique Ibis Hakka MX belonging to the former American pro road racer.
What tire pressure are you running?
The Canyon Grizl that Pete Stetina hopes will take him to Unbound glory.
A look over the bike belonging to the previous winner of Unbound Gravel.
Alison Tetrick and Ian Boswell are in Kansas with two Diverges designed to evoke the RockCombo, Specialized's first gravel bike
The ARC 1400 Dicut DB wheels offer aerodynamic benefits and plenty of crosswind stability. The DT 240 hubs are the star of the show, though.
Riding indoors doesn't have to be a tedious affair, especially when you have the right clothing and accessories to make it comfortable.
The ABB looks weird and costs a lot, but for breakaway riders, it may be the sweet spot between aero and control.
The Beoplay E8 ear buds come with Rapha's signature aesthetics, but they also deliver a ton of sound and battery life.
Gravel drivetrains exist, but do they really need to? Ben Delaney and Dan Cavallari discuss the merits of a dedicated gravel groupset.
Froome's custom-painted Pinarello Dogma F12 will be auctioned for charity, but there is no word yet on when the Oakleys will be for sale.
The pursuit of the stiffest shoes may need to take a back seat to other more important considerations when you're ready to buy.
We had all been waiting for Tom Boonen make history in the Roubaix velodrome, and history was indeed made — by an unlikely challenger.
Want to hone your indoor riding plan this off-season? "Ride Inside" authors Joe Friel and Jim Rutberg have some ideas to make it a success.
The Watia gravel bike brings Litespeed's titanium expertise off-road, with plenty of versatility for bikepackers who like to bring it all with them.
Specialized's Power saddle with Mirror Technology is the most comfortable saddle I've tested. But it comes at a price most can't afford.
The Helium Platform 2 hitch rack is one svelte carrier, with its bare aluminum appearance and simple functionality. But one thing really bugs me...
Alberto Contador and Ivan Basso join tech editor Dan Cavallari to tell the story of Aurum Bikes; it's a passion project with heaps of engineering behind it.
Campagnolo's Ekar drivetrain ramps up the gear options to 13 speeds, and it's made specifically for gravel riding.
Princeton CarbonWorks makes wheels that feature a sinusoidal rim pattern. What does that mean, and what benefits do riders derive from it?
Should a rider stick with a TT bike when the road gets steep, or transition to a lighter road bike? Like all things cycling, the answer is: It depends.
The new bike from Specialized sure looks like a race bike, but Oss' post indicates it's a lightweight machine intended for rides beyond the race.
Dyneema fabric is supposedly stronger than steel; Craft Sportswear has incorporated it into Team Sunweb's jerseys at the 2020 Tour de France.
Assos has some top-secret prototype kit floating around at the Tour de France rest days on the backs of NTT Pro Cycling riders.
Pro kit has evolved drastically over the last decade. Has everyday joe's kit changed with it? There are more similarities than differences.
We all know the Tour de France's GC leader wears the yellow jersey. The problem is, too many other riders are also sporting yellow in this year's Tour de France.
The Classics Tire from Cadex takes on endurance riding with puncture resistance, a supple casing, and a grippy compound for cobble season.
Tires have risen to the top of the tech stories during week one of the Tour. What goes into making a good tire? And what's up with the clincher's comeback?
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Bling at the Tour is nothing new, but the price tags this year have us reeling. Does fancy bling belong in the Tour de France?
Rubber compounds keep riders glued to the road — most of the time. How do they do it? And why didn't it work so well during stage 1?
A win on clinchers and a soap-slicked course have dictated the early storylines when it comes to Tour de France gear.
The pros have instincts, training, and planning on their side. But the right choice of gear can affect a rider's decision-making during a race, too.
Invani's reversible jersey offers two colors in a single jersey. But more importantly, it's a comfortable jersey with smart details.
We usually spot Tour de France tech on the ground, at the team hotels and the team buses before a stage. This year is a little different.
The O2 VAM gets sleeker and lighter with internal routing, a stiffer design, and a new Black Inc climbing wheelset.
The Tour de France usually brings with it a slew of new bikes and gear. Here's what to look for at the 2020 Tour, and how to spot it.
Bikepacking the Colorado Trail takes a hearty soul — and a handpicked selection of gear. Betsy walks us through her choices.