A weekly roundup of what's happening in the off-road.
After a three-year retirement, the iconic and irreverent chaise lounge made an appearance at the Mid South. What is the future of gravel's favorite furniture?
Stop ride notice on Cowchipper Carbon, Cowbell Carbon, and other carbon handlebars.
The fun and easy-going one of the party.
Plus a look at what’s new from Surly.
$3,499 aluminum bike features RockShox Rudy XPLR 40mm fork, dropper post, ample mud clearance, and an option to switch to singlespeed.
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Salsa All-mountain and trail mountain bikes spice things up.
With bold color schemes and component group updates, these Salsa fatbikes also each come with more accessory mounts than we could count.
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Fox suspension forks, carbon wheels, and an all new aluminum frame.
Salsa Cycles decided to add a bit of cushy comfort to Dirty Kanza with a red velour chaise lounge. The photos were amazing.
Enve rolls out new stems, wheels; Bontrager improves its road wheel line-up; Foundry delves into titanium, and Salsa goes carbon for gravel