Factor has focused on aerodynamic and stiffness improvements to create a bike that can be fully kitted out and hit the UCI weight limit.
The Israel-Premier Tech team is racing the bike at the Tour de France to quite some success.
This Factor aero bike features parts from FSA, Black Inc, and a blacked-out tire that definitely isn't sponsor correct.
He may be the oldest rider in the Giro, but his ride is thoroughly modern.
Aero gravel that's ready for all-road use, too.
Dare to be different, regining Olympic champion unveils two custom painted Factor bikes celebrating her Tokyo 2020 gold medal.
The Ugandan teenager is making his US gravel debut at SBT GRVL this weekend. But first he had to overcome a cracked frame.
As the Tour hits the mountains, we found a disc brake electronic aero bike weighing 6.8 kg.
The bike is part of a campaign to raise funds for a bike center in Rwanda.
A new Canyon Ultimate, Giant Propel, and countless other bikes to break cover in the coming weeks.
Sometimes hitting the smaller races can throw up some tech treats, and that's precisely what we got at Itzulia Basque Country.
CeramicSpeed parts abound on the Italian sprinter's Factor Ostro VAM. Will his velocita ascensionale media (VAM) be fast enough over the Cipressa and Poggio to contest the final sprint?
With adapted dropouts, a £950 chainring, and a healthy dose of optimisation, will Alex Dowsett power this Factor Hanzo to a new Hour Record?
The Factor founder talks new investments, growth plans, and industry bottlenecks.
An aero all-road clincher that's sure to stand out.
Four time winner Chris Froome started the Tour with the Lightweight wheels, carbon SRM cranks, O-Symmetric chainrings, two piece cockpit, and an unidentified saddle
Hot on the heels of new reveals from Canyon and Cannondale, we discuss some new time trial bikes from Factor and Trek this week.
Building a bike with generic components, Enve's new move, and whether bikes are being made too light.
It’s never a good look when a rider is standing roadside holding a set of handlebars that are no longer connected to anything.
Factor's first foray into gravel offers a focus on saving weight, road-bike-like handling and a considered ride quality.
The O2 VAM gets sleeker and lighter with internal routing, a stiffer design, and a new Black Inc climbing wheelset.
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