Road Bike Reviews and News


Black Friday Rolls Early—Save 30% at PerformanceBike Now


This Performance Bike sale gets a jumpstart on all the Black Friday madness, offering huge savings on bikes, frames, gear, and more.

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Ciamillo Lekki 8 brakes review


New Ciamillo Lekki 8 brakes are super light and once fully dialed feel powerful and reliable.

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Riding Colorado’s spectacular Tour of the Moon


The red rock scenery is sublime, the smooth pavement is near perfect, and if you sign up to do the ride as part of the Icon Eyecare Tour of the Moon event, you get some great benefits.

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LOOK 795 Light RS review


Absolute show stopper at first glance, the LOOK 795 Light RS has some impressive and unique features that set a high bar for both performance and aesthetics. But is it worth the trouble?

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Trek Emonda ALR expands lightweight road lineup


The new Emonda ALR features a hydroformed Alpha Aluminum frame that delivers the sleek looks and ride quality of more expensive carbon models.

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VeloAngle Pro fit tool review


The VeloAngle Pro fit tool gives you the freedom to tweak, digitize, and perfect your bike fit to the millimeter.

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New Trek Madone SLR and SL roll out


Many aero bikes feel harsh and overly stiff, sacrificing ride quality for aerodynamic profile. But Trek claims the new Madone is a race bike with full aero speed that can take on cobbles, climbs and descents.

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New Ridley Noah sneak peek


Details are still sparse, but Belgian bike maker Ridley has teased an update to its Ridley Noah race bike. Here’s a sneak peek.

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FACTOR O2 Bardet Limited-Edition bikes unveiled


The O2 Bardet Limited-Edition and O2 Champs-Élysées chassis have unique colorways and will be limited to just 200 and 100 pieces, respectively.

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Specialized S-Works Venge debuts


New aero road bike from the Big Red S is lighter and faster than its predecessor.

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Cannondale SystemSix aero road bike launched


Cannondale says new bike has least drag of any UCI-legal road bike on the market.

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Cannondale Synapse Hi-Mod Disc Dura-Ace Di2 review


The Cannondale Synapse is an endurance race bike (not just endurance bike) that’s build for comfort and speed.

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Jakob Fuglsang’s custom Argon 18 Gallium Pro TriColor


Astana Pro team leader Jakob Fuglsang will ride the 82nd edition of the Tour de Suisse on a new custom painted Argon 18 Gallium Pro TriColor bike.

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Canyon Grail CF SL 8.0 review


While not perfect, the Canyon Grail is a unique take on the burgeoning gravel niche, which is refreshing in a time when copycatting seems to be the industry innovation of choice.

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Chapter2 Tere bike review


Compact-aero frame features Kamm-Tail shaping behind the head tube, seat tube, and seat post, and can be spec’d any way you want it.

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Fuji Supreme is brand’s fastest road bike to date


Fuji Bikes has introduced its fastest, most aerodynamic and most forward-thinking bicycle to date, the new women’s-specific Supreme.

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Specialized Tarmac Disc now available


As the WorldTour pro peloton eases ever deeper into disc brake use, it comes as no surprise that Specialized’s flagship race bike is now available with rotors (and a house brand powermeter), too.

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Wilier Triestina Limited Edition Night Chrome Zero.7


Building on the success of the Cromovelata finishes on the Cento10AIR and Cento10AIR Disc, Wilier Triestina has released a limited edition version of their climbing bike with a chromed silver and black finish.

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Luka Mezgec’s custom Scott Foil Disc


Slovenian triple National Champion Luka Mezgec of Mitchelton-SCOTT will ride the Abu Dhabi Tour on a special edition Scott Foil Disc in the national colors.

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Surly Midnight Special do-it-all road bike unveiled


Surly’s new Midnight Special road plus bike is designed to provide comfort and speed on all-day rides, allowing you to take on the road, but not be sad when the pavement ends.

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Allied Cycle Works Alfa All-Road bike review


This made-in-America carbon all-road bike is capable of expanding your riding horizons. But if you’re in search of a stable, all-day gravel machine, look elsewhere.

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Time launches new Altitude frame series


French bike maker Time has introduced a new climbing-focused bike that’s part of partnership with the village of Alpe d’Huez.

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RoadBikeReview’s Most Read In 2017


As we push headlong into 2018, it’s fun to look back on the year that was. Here are the top 10 most read posts in 2017.

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Most Successful Pro Bikes of 2017


We all know who the most successful riders and teams were in 2017. But what about the bikes?

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Ibis Hakka MX do-it-all bike launched


Calling it the bike they’d choose if, heaven forbid, they could only have one bike, Ibis has announced the newest version of their Hakkalügi, the Hakka MX.

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