Road Bike Reviews and News


2018 Scott Foil Disc debuts


Integration of disc brakes on new 2018 Scott Foil Disc adds only 40 grams while maintaining the same aerodynamic efficiency.

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Orbea launches Gain road and gravel e-bikes


Add Orbea to the list of bike manufacturers making the push into the electric-assist market. But unlike most of the e-bike marketing efforts we’ve seen thus far, the pitch is to road riders, gravel grinders, and commuters.

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2018 Giant Propel Advanced Disc launched


Giant has revamped its Propel Advanced aero road bike, using AeroSystem Shaping technology, which means every tube shape and angle was optimized for minimal drag with a new “truncated ellipse” shape.

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Yates brothers riding special two-side bikes at Vuelta


At this year’s Tour de France, the Yates brothers (Simon and Adam) became the first pair of siblings to win back to back White Jersey’s in the race’s history. For that feat they got two very special Scott Addict bikes.

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Look 765 Disc bike review


This bike will push your boundaries in a way that a bike was originally intended to do, across new terrain and without limitation.

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Motobecane Gran Premio PRO road bike launched


Motobecane has rolled out the new Gran Premio PRO road bike that’s built around a lightweight, smooth riding Reynolds 853 steel frame.

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Diamondback lowers prices on premium road bikes


Diamondback Podium road bike equipped with Shimano Ultegra Di2 electronic shifting and hydraulic disc brakes can now be had for as little as $3499.

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6 hot new road bikes


June and July are often the busiest time of year for new road bike technology, as all the major manufacturers want to get their new product to market ahead of the Tour de France. This year was no different.

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2018 Cannondale Synapse launched


Cannondale has revealed a new version of its endurance race bike, the Synapse, which has been redesigned to give riders enhanced comfort, improved performance, and the capability to confidently attack any road.

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Co-op Bikes ARD 1.4 review


Co-op Bikes is a new house brand from REI. The focus is on adventure and the ARD 1.4 promises to get you there regardless of surface type.

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Mavic Haute Route comes to the Rockies


Timed multi-day gran fondo-style event brings challenge of stage racing through the Rockies to amateur riders.

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Ridley Noah SL Disc gets integrated cockpit


Ridley has fine tuned the Noah SL aero road bike in pursuit of more speed and shaved upwards of 300g off their Fenix endurance bike.

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New Trek Émonda even lighter than before


Trek has released a new generation of its ultralight Émonda road bike line, shaving 50 grams from the previous SLR models. The new Émonda SLR frame slims down to a svelte 640 grams — and also now comes in a disc version.

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Neil Pryde Nazare and Bura receive updates


Neil Pryde is a well known brand in the UK — and It will soon be making a big push stateside and has just revamped two of its premiere road models.

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2018 Specialized Tarmac SL6 unveiled


Just in time for the Tour de France and Peter Sagan’s quest for continued Green Jersey domination, Specialized has unveiled the latest version of its pure bred road race bike, the 2018 Tarmac. All details and pricing here.

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3T Strada hints at future of aero road bikes


With aero design, a 1x specific drivetrain, disc stoppers, and massive tires, the 3T Strada is a bike ahead of its time. Will it find a market?

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New Specialized Diverge, Crux, and Allez launched


It’s been a big year for the Specialized road product development team. Starting today, the Big Red S is launching three new bikes (Diverge, Crux, Allez). One more will debut June 30 on the eve of the Tour de France.

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Cervélo R Series race bikes revised


Emphasis placed on comfort, fit, and handling/stability, while not overlooking stiffness, weight and aero benchmarks, too.

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Diamondback Podium Vitesse Disc review


If you’re on a budget, but looking for a performance road bike with all the latest frills, the Diamondback Podium Vitesse Disc may well have your name written all over it.

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Bauke Mollema’s Trek Émonda


Here’s a look at the lightweight climbing machine as it was ridden by perennial GC contender Bauke Molema at the Giro d’Italia.

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Tom Dumoulin’s Giant TCR Advanced SL


Will this bike be draped in pink at the end of the Giro d’Italia?

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Who is Canyon Bicycles?


Canyon Bicycles has built a strong following in Europe with their carefully engineered bikes and direct sales channel to customers. Now they are bringing that model to the U.S.

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OPEN U.P. go-anywhere bike review


If there ever was a true quiver killer this just might be it. The OPEN U.P. dares you to seek new less traveled routes, delivering on the promise of its name to broaden your riding horizons.

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Canyon launches new road bikes for women


WMN Ultimate CF SLX is brand’s highest end road bike for women. WMN Endurace CF SL offers a slightly more relaxed geometry. WMN Endurace AL is an aluminum version of the Endurace.

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Wilier Triestina limited edition Ramato Cento10AIR


The 110-year-old Italian bicycle manufacturer is celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Giro d’Italia with a custom painted edition of their Cento10AIR aero road bike.

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