If January chills have you hesitating to head out on two wheels, we feel your pain. But we also have good news.
Brands continue to launch exciting new bikes and gear for braving wind, rain and cold — not to mention great products for getting your sweat on from the comfort of your home.
Recently, LeMond’s first ebikes got off the ground, Garmin made an affordable indoor cycling option and Pedaled released a whole collection of apparel to help you take Mother Nature’s worst and keep on, well, pedaling. Bikes
Watch out, VanMoof — a slick startup out of Finland has your number. Weighing less than 32 pounds, with electronics and battery integrated into the top tube, the Equal Bike is competitively light and streamlined. A 250-watt motor supplies up to 16 miles per hour of pedal assist and and a 31-mile range, but alas, deliveries are limited to the EU and a few other countries.
Price: $1,811 Canyon Strive
A series of three updated enduro bikes boast a revolutionary feature: flick the Shapeshifter switch on the handlebar and the ride’s whole geometry and suspension change in a flash. Uphill mode means steeper angles and a firmer feel for climbing, while Downhill mode lowers your center of gravity and taps into 6 inches of rear suspension for gnarly descents. Price: $3,599+ LeMond Prolog The first of LeMond’s sexy new ebikes looks to be worth the wait. This carbon fiber AF ride is sleek, fast and surprisingly light at […]