Fox’s first attempt at a gravel suspension fork was lackluster at best, but this new 32 Taper-Cast might surprise a lot of people for how good it is.
43 mm-wide mixed-terrain tires, stable geometry, drop bars, wide-range gearing, and front suspension — in 1993.
It’s not a question of need when it comes to suspension on gravel, but rather want.
1x derailleurs and cassettes, RockShox suspension fork and dropper post with suspension, and Zipp wheels all purpose built for gravel.
The Canyon Stoic touts two alloy frames, two different wheel sizes, and a relatively modest price tag for those looking to enter trail riding.
It's still early in the year, but Frostbike 2020 offered a peek of new mountain bike gear coming down the pipe before the trails dry out.
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Logan VonBokel discusses this week's tech news, including a partnership between Competitive Cyclist and Strava that pays riders
SRAM employs 100 staffers in its Colorado R&D facility, where it tests everything from drivetrain durability to fork performance and much more
The Vivid RC2 and Vivid Air rear shocks are strictly for top-shelf downhillers, but this sort of thing generally filters down to the grunts eventually
SID has been around for a while and its heritage is safe if this fork is anything to go by
Find out the pros and cons of Specialized's Command Post, Crank Brothers' Joplin 4 and Rock Shox Reverb.