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Review of Pinarello Prince

Review of Pinarello PrincePinarello Prince is a carbon race road bike that’s almost as fast as Dogma, but slightly more comfortable and a lot less expensive.  Pinarello’s Dogma F12 seems like the perfect road bike. However, it comes with a couple of downsides—it’s way too expensive and potentially too aggressive for the average road rider. The Prince is... Read More »

Review of Salsa Marrakesh

Review of Salsa MarrakeshSalsa Marrakesh is a heavy-duty steel touring bicycle capable of long-term worldwide touring, expeditions, and exploration. Everything about it screams function and durability. Marrakesh is Salsa’s dedicated touring bicycle. It is the only model in Salsa’s lineup that’s truly designed to haul heavy weights and do long miles while fully loaded. If you’re planning to... Read More »

Review of Juliana Furtado

Review of Juliana FurtadoJuliana Furtado is a do-it-all women’s trail bike with playful 27.5″ wheels and a revamped VPP suspension design. It loves being in the air, climbing, descending and comes with a long list of mouthwatering upgrades. Riders who prefer 27.5 wheels typically love bikes that feel fun, dynamic, and nimble. That’s exactly how we can describe... Read More »

How To Prepare For a Bike Trip

How To Prepare For a Bike TripWelcome to the most complete guide on how to plan a bike trip (or a bikepacking trip). Traveling by bicycle is a synonym of freedom and a dream-come-true for many people. However, setting off from the safety and comfort of your home for the first time can be daunting. Trust me, I know because I’ve... Read More »

Review of Public C7

Review of Public C7Public C7 is an affordable multi-speed city bike that combines modern features with a timeless retro Dutch bike design. It’s perfect for commuting, carrying groceries, or going on a casual cruise with friends.  Did you know that more than one-quarter of all trips made by Dutch residents are traveled by bicycle? Most of those trips... Read More »

Review of Salsa Cutthroat

Review of Salsa CutthroatSalsa Cutthroat is a heavy-duty gravel/MTB adventure bike inspired by the Tour Divide. It’s the ultimate lightweight carbon bikepacking rig for those who ride long distances and want to do it as fast as possible. Cutthroat was made to be everything Salsa bikes are and more—lightweight, modern, practical, and as capable as gravel bicycles get.... Read More »

Review of Yuba Kombi

Review of Yuba KombiYuba Kombi is an affordable compact cargo bicycle available in electric and non-electric versions. It’s ideal for carrying kids and passengers, grocery shopping, or running errands around the town. Yuba’s cargo bikes are known to be some of the best around, but they are also notorious for being quite expensive. Yuba Kombi is the company’s... Read More »

Review of Tern GSD Electric Folding Bike

Review of Tern GSD Electric Folding BikeTern GSD (Get Stuff Done) is a lineup of the best equipped electric folding cargo bikes money can buy. It takes the meaning of practicality to the next level.  Tern is dedicated to making foldable cargo bikes with or without electric assistance. GSD is a series of flagship models that have all the bells and... Read More »

Review of Co-op Cycles ADV 2.1

Review of Co-op Cycles ADV 2.1Are you struggling to decide whether to ride paved or gravel roads? Why not hop onto a Co-op Cycles ADV 2.1 and do both? The adventure starts when you leave the pavement behind! Co-op Cycles ADV 2.1 is an entry-level all-road bicycle that does not shy away from any type of challenge. The gravel craze... Read More »

Review of Niner RIP 9 RDO

Review of Niner RIP 9 RDONiner RIP 9 RDO is a long, low, and slack trail bike that’s eager to descend and pedal away into the unknown. It’s available with 29 or 27.5 wheels, and… it’s a total ripper.  Niner is no stranger to making bikes that end up being loved and ridden by throngs of people. But its MTBs... Read More »