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Norco's Valence blends long-ride stability with a relaxed position that’ll keep you pushing for more miles.
The Vault is tight, aggressive, and built for the cornering you might face in a cyclocross race.
Cervélo's R3 Disc offers a surprising amount of snap, a solid road feel, and a smooth ride.
There’s no secret why Fuji features silver-haired riders in its digital advertisements for the Gran Fondo.
The new Roubaix raises something of an existential question: Just how soft do we want our road bikes?
Velocio's ES jersey strikes the right balance between comfort and snug fit, plus it's plenty cool on for hot days in the saddle.
Rapha's Brevet Lightweight jersey offers a loose fit and reflective elements for riders who want a casual look for the long haul.
Primal's Hyperion jersey still showcases a wild but wearable look in a comfortable and race-ready jersey.
Bontrager adds top-of-the-line touches to the Specter shoes to make an affordable option that performs admirably.
If you’re a top-level racer, the marginal gains earned with Zipp's 404 NSW wheels are likely worth the cost.
The Rudy Project Tralyx sunglasses offer a unique look with optics and construction that match some of the best competitors.
This sub-15-pound race bike comes with a great price, and it will be available in the U.S. this summer.
We put these bibs, which feature a thick chamois that's good for long rides, to the test.
With striking Merino wool and carbon construction, Ashmei's KOM Jersey is sure to be a hit with the skin, but does our Dan Cavallari agree?
Ashmei delivers an excellent race-inspired bib short, but at $340, our Dan Cavallari says one thing keeps them from being exactly perfect.
If function over fashion is your style, the lime green Pactimo Summit RT Jersey may be just the ticket.
With a high-end price tag, does the 7Mesh Highline Ultralight Jersey deliver where it counts most — comfort and performance?
A new, wider Specialized Turbo Cotton gives racers a bit of extra cushion blended with speed and suppleness.
Northwaves Extreme shoes are a good option for racers who have high-volume feet.
Maxxis produces an exceptionally versatile cyclocross tire in the Speed Terrane, which does double-duty on rugged gravel rides.
Enve's SES 3.4 wheels combine impressive aero features, light weight, and wide rims, but they are an expensive upgrade.
Zipp promises significant aerodynamic gains with unusually shaped 454 NSW wheels. They're great on the road, but are they worth the price?
With the Defy Advanced Pro 0, Giant targets riders who enjoy all-day rides on challenging terrain.
With relaxed geometry and shaped carbon tubing, the RT-1000 is a blend of aero and endurance.
We've worn Velocio's ES jacket more than any piece of apparel so far this year, and until the temperatures heat up, it will stay in heavy rotation.
Roval's CLX 32 wheels are lightweight enough to please any climber and offer a stiff platform for all-around riding.
Bont's Vaypor+ is one of the most expensive shoes we've tested, but it offers a great range of fit options and top-notch performance.
If you get the Zero HL, be forewarned: Cold weather will no longer be a legit excuse for skipping those winter base miles.
We love the Sherpa 2.0 for its clean looks, secure lock and simple, reliable functionality. It's also low-profile for smaller vehicles.
This jack-of-all-trades is hardly a typical endurance bike, with geometry that leans closer to a typical race bike.
The Rodez isn’t a race bike. It’s an entry-level endurance bike that just might turn a lot of people who buy it into racers.
Febreze’s in-wash odor eliminator targets tough smells to keep your kit fresh and odor-free every time you suit up for another trainer ride.
The Kurt Kinetic Rock and Roll trainer has a much more dynamic feel, closer to that of an actual road than anything short of riding rollers.
Muc-Off offers an assortment of brushes, cleaning tools, degreasers, and lubes to make washing and maintaining your bike easier.
Bontrager’s Meraj softshell gloves are toasty warm for cold weather riding, but they don’t feel bulky and cumbersome.
Roll’s R8 roller is an easy way to stay on top of recovery and massage this winter and any time of the year.
Sportique has a number of balms and creams that help you fend off cold winter conditions and repair damaged skin.
Michelin’s Power All Season tires are our go-to choice for difficult riding conditions like wet and slippery winter roads.
If you need a little extra training motivation this winter, look no further than the Sufferfest’s high-intensity training videos.
Bkool's Smart Pro Trainer is an affordable way to spice up indoor rides with a virtual world, smooth resistance, and a stable platform
We found the Elite Rampa was a good, functional smart trainer, but it is not perfect.
If you can stomach the price and want the best experience riding indoors during snow season, it may be just what you need.
Skulpt’s Chisel scanner helps athletes identify their physiological strengths and weaknesses by scanning different muscle groups.
The sleek and stylish Perfetto jersey is a deceptively warm and versatile top that will get you through the deep freeze this winter.
Bontrager’s Beanie might look plain and unassuming, but there’s a ton of warmth and protection tucked away in this tiny package.
Sportful’s Fiandre NoRain Bibtights are some of the warmest, most weatherproof tights we’ve tested.
Appleman's custom bike is a fantastically complicated machine that brings riding back to its simplest form: Get on, pedal, go anywhere.
If you absolutely need the lightest brakes out there, but you also want to stop reliably, look no further than Cane Creek's eeBrakes.
Oakley's Radar Pace are the first smart sunglasses we've been consistently excited to wear, offering audible feedback as you ride.
Bont's Vaypor S shoes are purebred racer shoes. That's great if you want stiffness, but it isn't always entirely comfortable.
Specialized's S-Works 6 XC shoes are no-holds-barred race togs designed to be super-light, stiff.
These gloves offer the right combination for shoulder season riding, writes Dan Cavallari.
This cold-weather piece will be a staple in our winter riding wardrobe.
Hincapie Sportswear's Arenberg Zero Vest hits a lot of the right notes, though it may not be for everyone
This is a great mid-layer for shoulder season rides, and Pearl Izumi has hit the mark on aesthetics as well.
These photochromic lenses adjust to light conditions so quickly that the change seems natural.
Material, construction, and fit are excellent, and having three different chamois options makes this an appealing choice.
Fizik's first entry into the apparel market is impressive. The Link R1 offers beautiful finish, comfort, and three different fit choices.
These lightweight and easily packable gloves kept our tester's hands warm during cool, autumn rides.
These small lights pack enough lumens for you to stand out a bit more on the road during daytime hours.
The Blue Norcoss EX is a dependable racer with an almost-excellent build
If you’re looking for one kit to get you through the entire 'cross season, Velocio's ES skinsuit may be it
They aren't cheap, but Endura's MT500 II Trousers are hard to beat during muddy warm-up laps.
Easton's EC90SL Crankset ticks the stiff and lightweight boxes, but it's also versatile
Castelli's Omloop bibs earn high marks for providing plenty of cold-weather insulation without feeling restrictive
Bontrager's Race Windshell gets the job done on cool days, but the fit is a bit less race-oriented than we'd like
Sportful’s 2nd Skin neck warmer is a versatile and effective piece of cool-weather gear.
The Highline is the best Crankbrothers dropper post yet. It affords the most ergonomic lever we've tried, but it has limited size options.
DT’s carbon XMC 1200 Spline 29 is a full-on cross-country racing wheelset. Although pricey, it delivers light weight and impressive stiffness.
Is there room for an alloy wheel in a world of carbon fiber? We found the Mavic Ksyrium SL Pro wheels to be exceptionally reliable.