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Hide four pre-loaded tubeless plugs within either a flat or drop handlebar.
The lone steel bike in our group makes a great case for the material.
An overhauled endurance road platform meets modern all-road capability. It’s wonderful but there's a but.
The good, the bad, and the familiar from a year with the new Wahoo Speedplay Zero, Nano, and Powrlink Zero pedals.
It’s very heavy and also expensive, but also supremely well insulated with the same ingenious high-flow head as the non-insulated version.
The Triban RC120 is way better than you’d expect, and hits all the right marks on its way to being a perfect first road bike for new riders.
It's a gravel race bike from the future.
The new S5 might look like the old S5 but it is a bit lighter, a bit more aero, and a lot simpler.
The Vittoria Corsa family of high-performance road tires gains its first nylon model, and there’s plenty of Corsa DNA baked in.
The novel engineering principle behind the 52/63 aero road wheels might actually move the needle on the category.
Limited appeal for riders with average-shaped heads, but a potential revelation for outliers.