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By Ann N. Yungmeyer Pedals hadn’t quite arrived on scene 200 years ago, but depending on who you ask, German inventor Karl von Drais’s "running machine" was the first bicycle.
By Nick Legan, Dan Meyer, and Alex Strickland Apparel, shades, a saddle and more in this early summer guide to gear.
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.
By Nick Legan, Josh Tack, and Dan Meyer The weather is unsettled but the roads and trails are calling. Here’s a selection of spring riding gear to get your season off on the right (dry) foot.
By Adam Coppola A bike overnight in the woods not far from their Connecticut home offers big adventure for some small adventurers.
By Nick Legan and Alex Strickland Gear picks we couldn't cram into our biggest print issue of the year, these are some highlights for road and trail.
By Nick Legan An unlikely fat bike paradise has spring up on the shores of Lake Superior.
Our annual listing of travel bikes is a great starting point for short-listing your next ride.
By Nick Legan Whether you’re looking for your first touring bike or your next, our Buyer's Guide is back to guide you toward the right bike for your big adventure.
By Nick Legan Bikepacking bags and disc brakes have changed the touring landscapes, no matter if you're riding on road or dirt. Here are a few of the latest options.
By Patrick O'Grady A touring classic gains disc brakes but otherwise hews to tradition, after 34 years the Trek 520 remains one of the best bikes out there.
By Nick Legan A classic touring nameplate is re-imagined as a dedicated bikepacking steed. But is the heritage (and titanium) worth the cost?
By Nick Legan Not every magazine's technical editor is a NAHBS judge — but our's is, and here's what he saw.
By Alex Strickland A report from the North American Handmade Bicycle Show in Salt Lake City.
By Nick Legan There's no question about who's making these cold-weather pogies. Marquette's Mary Bouchard stands behind her mitts.