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Trek Domane AL Disc 4 review: An astounding and affordable all-roader

Trek's new entry-level road bike combines an endurance fit with sporty handling and a whole bunch of versatility.

Trek hit with lawsuit over WaveCel helmet safety claims

Do you remember reading about Bontrager’s new WaveCel helmet technology, and thinking to yourself that it sounded too good to be true? It...

2021 Trek Emonda SL Pro 6 road bike review: for the climb lovers

The first review from our 2021 Road Bike Field Test. We review and compare the mid-priced version of Trek's newly overhauled Emonda race ...

Shoddy's best budget product picks of 2020

This last vid for 2020 is all about me trying to right a wrong. It's a round-up of products that impressed me but don't cost a bundle, wh...

Ten products I loved in 2020: José Been

I have read with interest the ‘things I loved’ lists of my colleagues, but I have a confession. I don’t own different bikes for all sorts...

25 tons of plastic down, a long way to go: Trek's new sustainable packaging

Trek’s packaging materials for its complete bikes and frames have historically incorporated quite a lot of bubble wrap and other non-recy...

Gallery: New bikes at the 2020 Tour de France

From Factor's yet-to-be-released aero bike to Canyon's Ultimate CFR, we look at a handful of new bikes already spotted at the 2020 Tour d...

Trek's revamped Procaliber carbon hardtail is now a mid-priced racer

It wasn’t all that long ago that Trek released its SuperCaliber cross country bike, effectively a modern-day softtail that claimed to off...

The 2021 Trek Madone goes under the knife and gets a threaded bottom bracket

It’s been a busy 30 days for Trek Bikes. First, the American company overhauled and aero-ised its Emonda lightweight race bike. Last week...

All-road ready: Trek has overhauled its entry-level Domane AL range

At a time when cycling is booming, Trek has overhauled much of its entry-level road range, the Domane AL. Sticking with aluminium as the ...

2021 Trek Emonda review: the semi-aero, 'faster everywhere' climbing bike

First introduced in 2014, the Emonda has always been Trek’s premier climbing bike, with a keen focus on low weight and high stiffness. Ho...

K-Edge’s new computer mount finally lets Trek Madones and Wahoo play nice

Aching for a tech fix now that the annual Sea Otter Classic trade show has been pushed back to October? Never fear! In its place, we brin...

2020 Trek Checkpoint AL4 review: Simple and effective

Trek’s Checkpoint was the most popular gravel bike of 2019, according to data Strava sent over last fall. Trek has sold a lot of them. Th...

2020 Gravel Bike Field Test: 12 bikes, four riders, and endless dirt

You know what’s even better than testing one bike at a time? Testing a dozen of them all at once. CyclingTips recently brought 12 of the ...

Tech gallery: The little things at the 2020 Santos Tour Down Under

Details, details. Oftentimes, it's not the big things that separate pro race bikes from amateur ones; it's the attention paid to lesser t...

Winning bikes of the Tour Down Under: Ruth Winder’s Trek Emonda and Madone

A week before donning the winner’s jersey at the Women’s Tour Down Under in Australia, Ruth Winder was training through the thick of wint...

Pro bikes of the 2020 WorldTour: part three

A close look at the 2020 pro bikes of Cofidis Solutions Credits, Trek-Segafredo, NTT, UAE Team Emirates and Bahrain-Merida.

Trek expands e-road lineup with new Domane+ LT all-road machine

Interested in a new Trek Domane all-road bike, but could use a little extra help? According to Trek, its new Domane+ LT e-bike offers the...

Ten products I loved in 2019: Caley Fretz

I find these lists surprisingly difficult to put together. Not because of some dearth of products I use on a regular basis, and love dear...

Where have all the women's bikes gone? A look inside an ever-changing market

I had my first experience with the women's specific movement in 2002. “I ride a Trek 6700 WSD,” my 12-year old self would say, smugly, to...