All About Canyon Grail gravel bike

Canyon has today launched the Grail, the German direct-sale brand’s first gravel bike. The bike features SL and SLX build options, 700c wheels (650b on the smaller size frames), custom frame bags, mudguard mounts and a very unusual looking handlebar set up. A dedicated gravel bike The Hoverbar gives the Grail a totally unique stance […]

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See The New Garmin Edge 1030

The Garmin Edge 1030 is the flagship GPS cycling computer from the biggest name in the business. Highs: Massive feature set, easy to live with day-to-day thanks to auto-upload, battery life, slick design Lows: Navigation on the fly is painful compared to Google Maps on your phone, screen responsiveness could be better, performance with gloves is inconsistent, […]

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Check out this amanzing Power saddle

The latest update to Specialized’s Power saddle adds a new material, Elaston, with comfort right where it’s needed under your sit bones. Road, gravel and mixed-terrain riders may find this latest tweak a deal-maker for what could have been a deal-breaker in the past. Highs: Amazing anatomical features and incredible comfort Lows: Potentially cost-prohibitive, cover aesthetics Buy […]

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Check out the Power LR Ultegra R8000 power meter

Highs: Dependable power measurement, left and right meters measure similarly (not always the case, unfortunately), improved radio signals, lightweight and svelte integration with Shimano crank Lows: Replacing right-side meter isn’t quite as easy as the left crank, no indication of where in stroke power is generated Buy if: You want a reliable Shimano-based meter with true left/right measurement […]

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