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The new Argon18 E119 is perhaps the most exciting new bike to come out this year. Here are all the ins and outs of the new machine.
Pinarello had Sir Bradley's record-setting Pinarello Bolide on display, and we think the ultra-custom bike is worthy of some individual attention.
Felt Bicycles is undoubtedly one of the industry's most engineering-driven bicycle companies. Here are some of the ins and outs of their development process.
The latest version of Felt's Kona-winning superbike now comes at an even lower cost, with standard interfaces on the brakes, bars, and stem.
Orbea has officially launched its new Ordu OMP, a bike aero optimized for our Omega X brakes. Here are all the details of this new ride.
Though it's often passed over, the Quintana Roo PRSix is a solid bike worthy of our rapt attention. Here's our in-depth review.
Scott pulled out all the stops with the Plasma 5, the superbike that carried Sebastian Kienle to a World Championship in Kona. Here's our complete review.
At TriRig, we can't seem to get enough of the sweet looks of the Dimond superbike. So when reader Mark Reith showed us his, we couldn't help but to share it.
Lots of readers have asked us about so-called open mold frames. Here's the scoop on one of these "no name" bikes.
The Falco V is one of the most radical new offerings on the market. The beam is back!
One last rig to feature before race day -- the Aussie champ known as Barny is looking lean, mean, and ready to race. Check out the video interview and gallery.
Double Dimonds! Following our look at Miak Twelsiek's bike, we look at the machine from the man who founded the company, Ironman champion TJ Tollakson.
Maik Twelsiek, Ironman champ and former Scott athlete, is now riding on the radical Dimond beam bike. Here's a close-up look at his rig.
Diamondback is brand new to the tri scene, but their first offering is pretty interesting. Here's our in-depth look.
The 2015 Cannondale Slice aims to revitalize the brand's triathlon segment, but seems to miss the mark in some pretty important ways.
2012 World Champion Leanda Cave is back and ready for action on her new custom-painted Canyon bike.
Following his win at the inaugural Ironman Boulder, we caught up with Justin Daerr and gave his bike an aerodynamic overhaul.
Cervelo's new entry-level frame is probably the best deal on the market. Great tech, great price, and eminently upgradeable.
Bianchi unveiled this slick new ride at the Tour de France, and we finally had a chance to see it up close at Interbike 2014.
Felt HQ is always a cool place to visit, with little gems everywhere. Here, we detail Mirinda Carfrae's Kona-winning ride and two Felt employees' unique IA's.