Alexey Vermeulen Bike Check – Factor Lando HT

ENVE athlete Alexey Vermeulen has built up a cross country stunner from Factor, the recently-released Lando HT. Components were chosen to make the bike as quick as possible, balancing weight, strength, and grip to make for the ultimate XC marathon machine. Alexey broke it in at the Sea Otter Classic, racing the 80k MTB Marathon […]

WHAT IS AN ALL TERRAIN BICYCLE?

What is ATB? Short for All Terrain Bicycle, it goes back to the early days of mountain bikes before suspension and linkages transitioned the MTB from clunker status to what we know today. The All-Terrain Bicycle is much closer in DNA to the gravel bike nowadays but follows few rules in how it’s built and […]

(RE)ASSEMBLING A MASTERPIECE

When Ben Shewry commits himself to a project he immerses himself so deeply that taking a breath is often an afterthought. Whether he’s diving for abalone in his documentary Kobe and the Sea, testing new menu items at his Melbourne restaurant Attica, or starring in an episode of Chef’s Table, Shewry’s pursuit of perfection is […]

A TRUE MICHIGAN CLASSIC: BARRY ROUBAIX 2022

Words by Alexey Vermeulen, Images by Rob Meendering and Avery Stumm There is always something special about the first race of the season; a chance to test yourself after a couple months of training, see your friends again, and it’s all better when that race is at home! This year was the 13th edition of […]

72 HOURS IN PATAGONIA, ARIZONA

Words by Connor Koch, Images by Colin Rex and Justin Diamond Nestled just 18 miles north of the Mexican Border, Patagonia is in the heart of the Desert Southwest and up until recently, has been one of the best-kept secrets for gravel riding over the past decade. Just one of the smattering of towns in […]

WELCOME TO THE ENVE RIDE CENTER – YOUR DESTINATION FOR PARTS, SERVICE, AND LOCAL CULTURE

Take a moment and envision your perfect bike shop. Is it a destination unto itself, curated with a complete line of ENVE components to complement the local terrain? A hub of cycling culture filled with experienced staff fully capable of not only fitting you for your next ENVE Custom Road bike, but skilled at helping […]

HANDCRAFTING AMERICAN CYCLING APPAREL – A LOOK INSIDE ELIEL

After thirty years in nearly every facet of the cycling industry, Ryan Cady brings a level of expertise and insight that few other CEOs can match. From a professional racer turned bike shop owner, to the COO and Co-Owner of Sock Guy, to his current position as Founder and CEO of Eliel Cycling, Ryan not […]

BUILDER PROFILE: MEET MOSAIC CYCLES

Founded in 2009, Mosaic Cycles is to a bike rack what a custom-tailored garment is to a clothes hanger; functional in one sense, but meticulously handcrafted with the customer in mind from first cuts to finishing touches. Beautiful to behold, and even more thrilling to slip on. One does not simply walk into a bike […]

BIKE CHECK: KARSTEN’S CANYON LUX LTD

Photos by @chrisstenberg, @matthew.tongue Karsten Madsen has spent most of his endurance racing career chasing wins on the Xterra circuit where he became Canada’s top male in the sport. Having always excelled on the bike portion, notably as the course difficulty increased, he’s changing his sporting focus to cycling. With events such as Unbound Gravel […]

BIKE CHECK: JAMIE’S ASSASSIN FOR THE PYRENEES

Jamie Wilkins is a freelance journalist, gravel fan, and bike geek, whose years of product testing have made him extremely particular, so strap in for this one and prepare to make notes. This is a dream FiftyOne Assassin build for the mountains that inspired the bike’s name, with a spec that is both high-end and […]

WHO IS KYLE BROWN? WHY HIS STORY WILL HELP YOU LIVE

Every cyclist lives in fear of the next crash. Each time we saddle up there’s a risk of going over the bars or onto the hood of a distracted driver. We quickly push this thought away and live to ride another day. What if one day you left for a ride and bore witness to […]

BUILDER PROFILE: MOOTS, THE ART OF AN EVOLVING CLASSIC

Titanium is not a particularly rare material. Odds are you’re titanium adjacent right now. As the ninth-most abundant element on earth it’s found in everything from cell phones to white paint, and, much like paint, it takes an artist to bring a seemingly ordinary medium to life. History: Small Town, A Mountain of Possibility Moots […]