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By Patrick O'Grady Big tires, big clearance, big ambitions. Grab your ice axe and let's go.
By Josh Tack Ride Sharing with Strava and Ride with GPS
By Chuck Haney The City by the Bay offers some of the best riding in the country.
Our testers have searched high and low for the best bike travel gear, whether it's going under the tree for that special someone or straight to the garage for yourself.
By Nick Legan Adventure Cyclist's technical editor wanders the aisles of Interbike looking for the best new products for the bicycle traveler.
by Aaron Teasdale. While cyclists have been exploring unruly stretches of earth on bicycles for generations, mountain bikes — with their stout frames, bump-smoothing suspension, and wide, knobby tires — make it easier and more fun. Put simply, mountain bikes have forever changed and expanded the sport of bicycling by opening up a new world of terrain for velo exploration.
by Aaron Teasdale. Thanks to a new generation of incredibly light equipment and the pioneering strategies of ultralight backpackers, it's now possible for the modern velo-adventurer to leave the panniers and trailers at home and travel with a base gear weight of fifteen pounds or less.
By Alex Strickland What should you expect from your first ride on a recumbent trike? Surprises.
By Patrick O'Grady A future classic? The latest from this famous shop might be just that.
By Nick Legan and Alex Strickland Form and function meet in these apparel picks to provide on- or off-bike style and performance.
By Alex Strickland First impressions from a short trip on Specialized's new adventure bike, the Sequoia.
By Beth Puliti Thinking about riding one of the highest routes on the world? The challenges are many, but the Annapurna Circuit provides a once-in-a-lifetime ride. Here's our guide.
By Nick Legan Travel light with this all-road touring option.
By Josh Tack, Mike Deme, and Alex Strickland From Burley's revamped Nomad trailer to the latest gadgets and accessories, here are a few staff picks for summer.
By Nick Legan and Alex Strickland Is there cable-actuated braking beyond the venerable Avid BB7? The Paul Klamper and TRP Spyre hold the line against a wave of hydraulic options.