Time’s new collection of cycling shoes is called Osmos, and it includes three models. Each is built based on a concept of bioperformance, which looks at how the different parts of the body move most efficiently while on a bike.
WaveCel is the newest entry into a recent elaboration helmet technologies designed to protect against angular impacts, which make up most if not all crashes.
Enve 3.4 AR
Enve’s latest wheelset combines its AR (All Road) width rim bed with a low profile, wide, and lightweight rim set to offer a wheel that performs well uphill and down, as well as in crosswinds.
What sets the Roubaix apart from other bikes is Future Shock, a technology that Specialized introduced in previous model years to provide a smoother ride over varied terrain.
Bike baggage fees have spiked in recent years, so Orucase designed an innovative bike travel case that’s below the maximum dimensions that most airlines use to classify a standard bag.
Velocio Recon Micromodal Jersey
A form-fitting jersey made from the same material as those ultra-soft boxers that you love.
Ortlieb Atrack BP
Ortlieb’s original Atrack won numerous awards. Now the brand is slimming it down and adding some cycling-specific features to appeal to the bikepacking crowd.
Diamondback Sync’r Carbon
Diamondback has made a name for itself in producing quality mountain bikes at an approachable price point. The Sync’r is a carbon hardtail (a mountain bike without rear suspension), and it offers modern geometry, plus-sized tires, a 1×12 gearing and a quality fork — all for $3,000.
Garmin Edge 530 and 830
In addition to new safety features like group messaging, tracking and built-in incident detection, Garmin’s new bike computers work with Trailforks, a platform that monitors trail conditions and lets mountain bikers share their rides.
Wahoo Elemnt Roam
As its name implies, the Roam adds a handful of key navigational features to the system that Wahoo employs in its other computers.
State Bicycles 4130 Road
At $550, State Bicycle Co.’s first bike with gears is affordable, and at just under 23 pounds, it’s light enough to lug into elevators and up staircases.
Cannondale designed all the elements of its new commuter to make biking, whether to and from work or around the neighborhood on the weekend, simpler.
Specialized Demo 29
Specialized put in years of development, collecting feedback from pro riders as well as plenty of data, and redesigned the Demo with a new chassis, frame geometry and suspension to make it as fast as possible.
Sklar Bikes Sweet Spot
Adam Sklar is renowned in the bike industry for his curvy steel and titanium frames. Sklar typically makes custom mountain bikes, but he recently revealed the Sweet Spot, his first-ever stock geometry production model.
Velocio Concept Collection
Velocio utilized top-line fabrics and body-mapped construction to make clothing that’s as aerodynamic and comfortable as possible.
The SB140, which comes in five builds (XS to XL) plus a frame-only option, and uses Yeti’s tried-and-true Switch Infinity slider, which makes the bike feel like its suspension is infinite, even when you’re pushing past the edges of your comfort zone.
The Tyrant is a full-cut helmet that covers the ears but doesn’t include a chin bar.
Vintage Electric Roadster
You can pedal the Roadster like a bike, or you can thumb the throttle and go up to 36 miles per hour.
Electra Townie Go! 7D
While e-bikes are the way of the future for commuters (and possibly mountain bikers), the problem of price remains. California-based bike brand Electra wants to fix that with its newest commuter e-bike, the Townie Go! 7D.
All the tweaks in the new Enduro contribute to its ability to take on big obstacles, like rocks and roots, without bucking. Result? Fewer bumps, less braking, more speed.
Rad Power Bikes RadRunner
The RadRunner is explicitly utilitarian; its modular construction allows for the addition of a range of accessories, such as a center console storage compartment or a rear bin. There’s also a passenger seat option that turns the bike into a would-be moped.
Pivot Phoenix 29
A full carbon frame makes use of Pivot’s proprietary molding technology to weigh just 6.4 pounds while remaining incredibly sturdy.
Specialized Torch 1.0
Specialized’s new Torch 1.0 contains many of the features that you’ll find on the best cycling shoes available but is only $100, a stark contrast to bike footwear that can cost $400 or more.
Rapha Gore-Tex Collection
Rapha, a company renowned for its high-quality cycling garments, teamed up with Gore-Tex, perhaps the biggest name in waterproof fabrics, to create a line of on-bike outerwear meant for the worst weather imaginable.
Abbey Bike Tools Team Issue Toolbox
Abbey Bike Tools doesn’t produce all of the tools needed for bike maintenance, so it filled out the rest of this treasure chest with the best it could source from other companies.
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