About the author: Josh Patterson

Josh has been riding and racing mountain bikes since 1998, and has been writing about mountain biking and cyclocross since 2006. He was also at the forefront of the gravel cycling movement, and is a multi-time finisher of Dirty Kanza. These days, Josh spends most of this time riding the rocky trails and exploring the lonely gravel roads around his home in Fort Collins, Colorado.


Easton rolls out EC90 AX and EC70 AX wheelsets


Easton is expanding its AX line of gravel/adventure cycling components with two new carbon wheelsets. The EC90 AX is the top-shelf offering, while the EX70 AX has a more palatable price tag. Easton EA90 AX Wheelset Highlights Wheelset weight: 1,470g (claimed) Internal rim width: 24mm Spoke count: 24 Price: 1549.99 Available now The EA90 AX […]

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Review: Devinci Hatchet Carbon GRX LTD


Devinci debuted the original hatchet in the fall of 2016 at the second annual Grinduro in Quincy, California. The French-Canadian company chose to launch the second-generation of this gravel bike a bit closer to home at the inaugural Grinduro Canada. Roadbikereview was on hand to put this new gravel racer through its paces on a […]

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Devinci launches redesigned Hatchet


Devinci has launched a redesigned version of its gravel bike, the Hatchet. The latest iteration features increased tire clearance, a sleek new profile, and geometry that blurs the line between road and trail. Devinci Hatchet Highlights Clearance for 700x45mm or 27.5×2.1-inch tires Mountain bike-inspired geometry Claimed weight: 1,135g frame, 460g fork Lifetime warranty Offered in […]

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Cannondale recalls more than 10,000 CAADX cyclocross bikes


Cannondale, in conjunction with the CPSC, has issued a recall of model-year 2013 to 2016 CAADX cyclocross bikes equipped with disc brakes. The forks on these bikes can break, which can result in serious injury or death. To date, there has been one fatality and 11 injuries reported, seven of the injuries were serious and […]

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Trek recalls Kickster children’s bikes


Trek in conjunction with the CPSC has issued a recall for model year 2013 through 2019 Kicksters. According to the recall, the steerer tube clamp can fail if over-tightened due to an issue with the manufacturing process, posing a crash hazard to the rider. The Trek Kickster is a strider-style bike lacking pedals designed to […]

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Cannondale SuperSix EVO Hi-MOD Dura-Ace – First Ride


Cannondale has redesigned the SuperSix EVO to keep pace with rivals like the Specialized Tarmac, Cervelo R5, and BMC Road Machine. Now in its third iteration, the 2020 SuperSix EVO eschews the classic lines of its predecessors in favor of aero profiles, internal cable routing, and revised sizing. Cannondale SuperSix EVO highlights Revised frame design […]

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Vielo R+1 is wind-cheating head turner


Vielo made its debut last year with a carbon gravel/all-road machine. Now, the British brand is launching an aero road bike loaded with interesting features that make it stand out from the pack.

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Wahoo ELEMNT Roam computer launches


Wahoo Fitness is adding a third cycling computer to its line. The Wahoo ELEMNT ROAM builds on the success of the original ELEMNT and compact BOLT with a color screen, longer battery life, and smart navigation features.

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Wacky and Wonderful from Sea Otter 2019


The Sea Otter Classic is always packed with head-turning bikes and accessories. Some bikes are lust worthy; others make you wonder what the designers were smoking.

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Redshift Kitchen Sink Bar and ShockDrop Seatpost


Redshift is developing two new products that are anything but traditional. The company’s new handlebar is a bit loopy and its dropper seatpost has a little extra squish.

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What’s New in Gravel Bikes and Components


Take a scroll through this RoadBikeReview Gallery for a look at some of the top gravel gear highlights 2019.

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Viathon G.1 105 First Ride Review


Viathon is a new brand seeking to bring performance to more affordable price points. It’s the creation of a handful of Walmart employees. Yes, you read that right — Walmart is wading into the high-end cycling market.

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