The latest from Seabase takes us to one of Switzerland’s hidden gems: Derborence.
I’m sure CX Hairs has a full queue from the CX NATS coming through their YouTube in the next few days, but let’s kick it off with the men’s singlespeed race.
All bikes are not created equal.
The latest from Bikepacking Scotland transplants you to the Wild About Argyll Trail, Scotland’s first long-distance bikepacking route. The route totals 655 km (407 miles.)
CX Hairs caught up with Tim Johnson, on a spin around the hustle and bustle of Tokyo, Japan.
State Bicycle rode with Floyd Landis and Dave Zabriskie in the beautiful Red Rock Canyon loop outside Vegas.
Knog is a name that’s been historically synonymous with bicycle lights and over the years, I’ve tried just about all of their offerings. While they get the job done, I’ll admit, I haven’t ever been as impressed with anything as I am with their new PWR lights. Imagine a USB bank that runs a high lumen bike light, and a modular package that allows you to customize the amount of light you need, be it MTB or road. The Knog PWR is the most impressive lighting system the brand has ever put out and it’s in stock now. Expect a full review shortly…
Absolute Black announces their 46/30T and 48/32T sub compact rings, allowing you to climb just about anything.
Someone asked me once what Matt from Crust Bikes was like in person. Well, here’s a quick look at the Australian nomad.
Photographer Margus Riga gets a much-deserved profile in the much-revered Chilcotin Mountains in BC.