Select bike and gear reviews that appear on the Adventure Cycling blog from Adventure Cyclist contributors.
By Nick Legan Exploring packing possibilities on a hybrid panniers/bikepacking bag system on the Chicago – New York City Bicycle Route.
By Patrick O'Grady Our tester is a horse of a different color, so how does he feel about this bronc coming back around with new brakes?
By Cassie Nelson Tackle the backroads with this trio of bags from Flagstaff, Arizona's Rogue Panda Designs.
By Nick Legan We may have a full-blown Holiday Gear Guide (you should read it!), but that doesn't mean Geared Up goes on holiday. Here are a few of our late-season favorites.
By John Schubert After seven years away, what's changed?
By Nick Legan Looking for profoundly different cycling experience? Drop the gears for a while and take some rides on the “ultimate zen machine.”
By Nick Legan and Alex Strickland The leaves are falling (and your mileage might be, too) but there's still riding to be done. Here are some late-season picks.
By Nick Legan and Alex Strickland Could Interbike’s last hurrah in Las Vegas deliver for the bike travel crowd? We scoured the aisles and demo to find the best gear for anyone looking for adventure on two wheels.
By Nick Legan Adventure Cyclist's technical editor heads to Tahoe for QBP's annual dealer event to see what's next from the bike industry giant.
By Cassie Nelson, Dan Meyer, and Alex Strickland Sometimes you've got to load up your bike — on a car. We look at the latest from Küat, plus shoes and a simple by slick light mount.
By Patrick O'Grady Our intrepid road tester hops aboard the new wallet-friendly model from Oregon-based Co-Motion, the Deschutes.
By Nick Legan This titanium shapeshifter is at home on a light tour or running near the front of a local cyclocross race.
By Nick Legan and Alex Strickland Beat the heat with lightweight shelter, a touring-worthy cooler, the comfiest camp shoes ever, and a smooth ride.
By Nick Legan Living with an eBike for a few days gives our Tech Editor a glimpse at their battery-powered potential.
By Nick Legan Technical Editor Nick Legan headed for the Hill Country last month to ride the new bikes from REI’s Co-op Cycles and do a little bikepacking among the bluebonnets.