The Gravelking. Maybe the name alone gives you confidence in what this tire was born to do. Or for the marketing skeptics, perhaps a reason to doubt its claim to the throne. This summer I logged about 400 miles on a pair of Gravelkings, riding a variety of terrain and weather conditions in California, Utah, Colorado, and Idaho and have arrived at a few conclusions on when to pledge thyself to the self-described King of Gravel.
If you’re both a parent and a cyclist, chances are you have thought about, or are thinking about riding with your kids. The Thule RideAlong Mini is a versatile, high-quality kid's seat that lets the fun shine through on family rides.
From casual lunch rides to enduro races and weekend trips spent on the trails of Big Bear’s Snow Summit, our Tracer 275A test crew has used (and even gently abused) Intense’s 27.5” aluminum enduro machine to capacity. In this review we’ll compile our general impressions of the Tracer’s ride quality and design, as well as a few things to consider before giving the Tracer 275A a home in your garage.
It's been said that California breeds thin-skinned riders. This is probably more true than not. In a land of eternal sunshine we ride most days of the year, but we can get caught unaware by weather that most would revel in. This is a rare tale of rain in SoCal.
With summer now in full-swing, we've put together a list of things to consider when looking to extend the radness of your summer mountain bike rides. From the beginner, to the Dean of Wheelie University, these general tips can help make summer riding better for everyone.