Bike Reviews

Best Bikes For Heavy People [2020]

You weigh more than the average Joe and want to start cycling (again)? Good, you’re in the right place. Here you’ll see the best bikes for heavy riders. I receive so many questions from readers that begin as follows: “Hi Jeff, I weigh 200/300/400lb, what’s the best bike for me?” I’ve suggested various bikes but... Read More »

The Brand-New Co-op Cycles Electric CTY Series Is Here

The Brand-New Co-op Cycles Electric CTY Series Is HereThe Co-op Cycles CTY series has taken countless new riders out of cars and put them on bikes for their morning commutes. We don’t expect anything less from the brand-new electric CTY series, which will make urban commutes faster, riding more fun, and hills not as challenging as before. Co-op Cycles is REI’s bicycle brand... Read More »

Review of Co-op Cycles DRT 4.1 Fat Bike

Review of Co-op Cycles DRT 4.1 Fat BikeThe Co-op Cycles’ DRT series has received a brand-new update — the DRT 4.1 fat bike. Ride longer, harder, and get out there all year round with this capable yet affordable fat-tire bike. The DRT series is a selection of budget mountain bikes made by Co-op Cycles, a cycling brand founded by REI. It consists... Read More »

Best Bike Lights for 2020 (Rear, Front & Helmet)

A pair of quality front and rear bike lights is an absolute must if you ride after dark or in low visibility conditions. We’d even go as far as advocating for all-day lights as well, which is something many riders agree with.  In recent years, bicycle lights have become cheaper, more powerful, more durable, lighter,... Read More »

Overview of Cannondale Topstone Series

Overview of Cannondale Topstone SeriesCannondale Topstone is a lineup of ground-breaking gravel bikes available with aluminum and carbon frames. Equipped with Kingpin suspension, high volume tires, and top-quality components, they win against the competition on any surface. Cannondale began their journey into the gravel grinding world with the revolutionary Slate model. However, gravel standards have changed a lot since... Read More »

Review of Cannondale Trail 4 [2020]

Review of Cannondale Trail 4 [2020]Cannondale Trail 4 doesn’t cost a fortune but touts some serious trail elements that can easily clench your thirst for adventure. This bike is versatile, fast, good looking, and comfortable. Trail 4 is proof that you can get a high-quality bike and spend time on the trails without spending a lot of money. It is... Read More »

Review of Cannondale Trail 2 [2020]

Review of Cannondale Trail 2 [2020]Cannondale Trail 2 is an advanced hardtail mountain bike with a quality SRAM drivetrain and efficient RockShox suspension that can provide you with hours of high-level trail riding and loads of fun. The entire Cannondale Trail series has been the result of the company listening to customer feedback and noticing the upgrades trail riders usually... Read More »

Review of Cannondale Quick CX 3

Review of Cannondale Quick CX 3Cannondale Quick CX 3 is an affordable and versatile hybrid bike that thrives in different situations — on the city streets, commutes, leisurely rides, and on unpaved backroads. Here’s why it’s a good deal! CX 3 is currently sold out. Consider other CX models here. Cannondale Quick CX 3 is a two-wheeler you can use... Read More »

Review of Cannondale Trail 3 [2020]

Review of Cannondale Trail 3 [2020]Cannondale Trail 3 is a bike with a reasonable price and unreasonable money to value ratio. It’s the best mid-range model Cannondale’s Trail series has to offer. There’s no reason not to ride a quality trail bike and have fun off-road every day if you’re going shopping with a limited budget. Technology that was considered... Read More »

Review Of Co-op Cycles CTY Series

Review Of Co-op Cycles CTY SeriesCo-op Cycles CTY by REI is a lineup of versatile and affordable hybrid commuter bikes suitable for paved and unpaved roads, equipped with reliable components that are fitted on lightweight frames. NEW! Electric e2.1 & e2.2 added Commuting by bicycle is healthier and often faster than doing it by car or public transportation, especially in... Read More »

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