Project Any Road: Retroshift CX2 Shifters Long Term Review

Catch up on the Project Any Road build here. When the Project Any Road bike started to take shape on paper, I knew immediately that the shifters were going to be Retroshift.  At BikeRumor we often get spoiled with SRAM Red, Dura-Ace, and Campy SuperRecord, so why would I want to run this clunky antiquated […]

Project Any Road: King Cage Kargo Cage Quick Review

Catch up on the Project Any Road build here. I have used King Cage stainless bottle cages for few years now.  I had a pair of Iris cages on my commuter, and their standard stainless cage on my roadie.  Their performance has always been nothing short of perfect.  They even hold my Kleen Kanteen 20oz […]

Project Any Road Review: The Versatile Steel Any Road Weapon – All-City’s Mr. Pink

For all Project Any Road posts click here! The pages of BikeRumor are often filled with magic plastic race bikes, high tech full suspension mountain bikes, and lust worthy customs.  But today, a slight change of pace with the review of a frameset for the masses – The All-City Mr. Pink. This frameset was purchased […]

Introducing Project Any Road: All-City’s Mr. Pink Built for Road, Gravel, Dirt & Anywhere In Between

I have had my eye on the All-City lineup for a while now.  When the road oriented Mr. Pink and Spacehorse bikes dropped I knew I would own one of them.  After careful deliberation I choose the Mr. Pink.  Having always been a fan of the classic steel roadies of yesteryear, it just made sense.  […]

Review: Budnitz Bicycles No. 3 Titanium Fun Machine

A few months back we were approached by Budnitz Bicycles asking if there was interest in reviewing a bike. Being a lover of all things bicycle, an avid commuter, and having never really ridden a titanium frame, I was very curious to spend some time with their product. After a few days of working out […]