As is frequently the case, Giant delivers a lot for the money here. This is an elite frame draped in Dura-Ace Di2 and deep-section carbon
Trek's carbon fiber Top Fuel ruled in mountain biking’s mid-naughties heyday, and now it’s back and better than ever.
Giant's Envie borrows wind-tunnel-proven tube shapes of Giant’s Propel aero bike but changes up the bike’s geometry for a women’s fit.
For hours-long adventures and gran fondo-type rides, the Look's decidedly upright geometry is very gentle on the spine.
If Cervelo didn’t invent aero road, the company has certainly been doing it at a high level longer than any major builder.
The S-Works Romin Evo is a kinder, gentler race saddle — well, sort of. It's got slightly more padding, but it's super-light and firm.
If you ride gran fondos to finish, the Fenix will likely be a bit too harsh. But if you ride them to be competitive, this is worth a look.
The Genius Plus feels, well, plus-sized. This is terrific for bombing scree fields or shredding high-speed turns.
Felt peppered the AR1 with plenty of small but important features that helped us enjoy this bike, but above all, it is fast.
This is an endurance bike for people who don’t think they want an endurance bike.