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Wolf Tooth Resolve dropper seatpost review: preaching Right to Repair  

A self-bleeding design shows Wolf Tooth is ready for increasingly complicated products.

Redshift ShockStop Pro suspension seatpost review: An awkward middle ground

A more performance-oriented tune and a lower weight, but still kinda heavy and with less suppleness than you might want, too.

Tubeless and tubed: Specialized revamps its S-Works Turbo tyre range

Early impressions of the new tyre line-up that's said to be faster, grippier, more durable, and more puncture resistant.

Review: A year with Wahoo's new Speedplay pedal range

The good, the bad, and the familiar from a year with the new Wahoo Speedplay Zero, Nano, and Powrlink Zero pedals.

Vittoria’s new Corsa N.EXT tire review: The classic Corsa, now in nylon

The Vittoria Corsa family of high-performance road tires gains its first nylon model, and there’s plenty of Corsa DNA baked in.

Spotlight: OneUp 90 mm dropper seatpost review

Just released, this dropper seatpost is the shortest option on the market. It's perfect for kids, XS bikes, and gravel rigs.

Specialized Power Pro Elaston with Mimic saddle review

Just like a regular Power saddle, but softer.

Ratio Technology 1x12 upgrade kit review: Lightweight 12-speed on a budget

It’s a bit quirky for sure, but it works well and is very reasonably priced.

Whisky Parts Co. Spano handlebar review: Gravel flare done right

More companies are figuring out how to do flared bars without wrecking lever position, and it’s about time.

Specialized S-Works Romin Evo Mirror saddle review: Light, cushy, and pricey

Specialized’s second 3D-printed saddle has a more traditional shape and even more cushioning than the S-Works Power Mirror.

Passchier Gump bamboo handlebar review: Oh so comfy

A unique flat bar that's designed to smooth out rough surfaces.

MicroShift Advent X gravel bike groupset review: Big range, small price

A gravel-friendly single-ring shift set that offers 10 gears and a wide 11-48T range.

Selle Italia Model X Green Superflow saddle review: Only $50, rides like $200

It looks and rides far better than its modest cost would suggest, and is made without adhesives or polyurethanes.

Favero Assioma Duo Shi power meter review: BYO Shimano SPD-SL pedals

An axle upgrade that turns your existing Shimano SPD-SL pedals into a power meter. However, there is one big trade-off.

IRC Boken Doublecross tire review: A curious approach to mixed-terrain speed

A stiff casing, smooth center tread, and aggressive side knobs make for interesting performance.

SRAM Rival AXS review: This is the wireless setup you’ve been waiting for

It’s heavier than Force and Red, yes, but it arguably works even better and is way, way less expensive.

Spotlight: SLF Motion Evo Speed System oversized rear derailleur pulley cage

Friction-cutting oversized pulleys, ceramic bearings, and real carbon fiber construction.

Specialized Power Mirror saddle long term review

Welcome to the second in the Brew Review series. In this episode I delve in to a saddle I've been lucky enough to use for the past 6 mont...

Time Cyclo 10 pedal review: a hit in theory, a miss in reality

Time’s ATAC mountain bike pedals aren’t as popular as they once were, but they still enjoy a cult-like following for their enviable all-w...

Favero Assioma Duo power meter pedal review: simply great

Power meter pedals have been around a fair while, but only in recent years have they got to a point where I’d want them on my own bike. G...