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  1. Cyclocross
    All our testing occurred in and around Boulder, Colorado, at the base of the Rocky Mountains. Editor's Note: This article is part of our Cyclocross Race Bike Shootout series, which also includes reviews of top competition steeds from Trek, Jamis, and Specialized, as well as tests of SRAM's...
  2. Cyclocross
    This week's sneak peek of gear and apparel lined up in the RoadBikeReview test queue centers on the Van Dessel Full Tilt Boogie, the final entrant in our ongoing Cyclocross Race Bike Shootout series. Here's a look at that competition ready steed, plus its top shelf build kit from SRAM, Zipp...
  3. General Cycling Discussion
    "What's the coolest thing you saw?" We hear that question after every trade show. The following--in our humble collective opinion--represents the newest, coolest and most interesting stuff our combined Mtbr and RoadBikeReview crew came across throughout the course of the 2014 Interbike and...
  4. Cyclocross
    <a href="https://www.roadbikereview.com/reviews/?attachment_id=56906" rel="attachment wp-att-56906"> Sharp looks and unique modular rear dropouts are the hallmarks of the Van Dessel Full Tilt Boogie cross steed. Photo by Jason Sumner Van Dessel Full Tilt Boogie Instead of waiting around for...
  5. Cyclocross
    <a href="https://www.roadbikereview.com/reviews/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/RBR_VanDessel_FTB_Cover.jpg"> Van Dessel Sports showed off their stealthy, versatile Full Tilt Boogie cyclocross bike on the desert crust of Interbike's Outdoor Demo in Bootleg Canyon this week. The sleek, 1,040-gram...
  6. Cyclocross
    A look at the newest Van Dessel, the Aloominator. © Cyclocross Magazine Editor's Note: This article is from our mud-loving friends at Cyclocross Magazine and originally appeared on cxmagazine.com. It was written by passionate cyclocross racer Molly Hurford. Visit them for your daily cyclocross...
  7. Bianchi Volpe Fixie - Urban Commuter

    Bianchi Volpe Fixie - Urban Commuter

    This was a project for my teen-aged son. As we live some distance from school, he needed a fast commuter. A fixie was his choice. We couldn't make it too fancy/expensive, because Berkeley is a bike thieve's paradise and no sense painting a bullseye on a bike parked downtown all day long. Cost total
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