Looking for a road bike that can do it all? Tech editor Dan Cavallari breaks down what to look for in your next all-around bike.
The Merit won’t win any races, but between the versatility and the Ultegra build, it’s a solid group-ride machine at a great price.
The post works well despite one major shortfall, although a simple tweak could make this a real game-changer.
The Domane delivers something approaching the perfect balance of comfort and efficiency.
If you want all-day comfort, look elsewhere. But if you want a standout in bunch sprints, the Hypervox is calling. Loudly.
The Podium Vitesse is an all-arounder in every sense of the word. Though it has aero cues, it strikes a balance.
To a person, our testers thought the Xenith Race was a screaming deal.
The Avant hangs an awesome Ultegra Di2 build and hydraulic disc brakes on a classically styled carbon frame that’s stiff enough for
If you’re the type of rider who needs to tinker with fit, Sidi’s Wire shoes are a great — but expensive — option.
The TimeMachine’s stiff carbon layup paired with its BB86 bottom bracket provide an impressively responsive ride.