Bontrager slims down LT2 “urban” tire to become a tubeless-ready gravel tread

bontrager LT2 TLR tubeless ready gravel and urban trail tire

Formerly only available as a non-tubeless tire aimed mainly at the urban/comfort bike segment that might occasionally hit a dirt park path, the new Bontrager LT2 Team Issue TLR gets a performance makeover to become a proper gravel bike option.

The biggest news is the addition of “TLR”, their acronym for TubeLess Ready. It also gets a narrower 32mm wide option to join the original 38mm, making it a potential hardpack cyclocross option, too. The LT2, which stands for “Light Trail”, uses a tightly spaced diamond knob pattern intended for harder surfaces where grip comes mainly from rubber contacting the ground rather than knobs biting between rocks and loam. Click through for more pics and specs…

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Formerly only available as a non-tubeless tire aimed mainly at the urban/comfort bike segment that might occasionally hit a dirt park path, the new Bontrager LT2 Team Issue TLR gets a performance makeover to become a proper gravel bike option. The biggest news is the addition of “TLR”, their acronym for TubeLess Ready. It also […]

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What should a Lawyer’s Bike look like? Probably something like this…

Lawyer's Bike Verona, wooden components

Lawyer's Bike Milano, complete

You’ve gotta love a company whose philosophy is ‘the pursuit of perfection’, and at the risk of sounding stereotypical, you could probably guess they’re based in Italy. With a quick glance one can see that Seregno’s own Lawyer’s Bike takes the typical Italian pride in meticulous, high-quality construction and finishing quite seriously.

Every detail on their hand-built artisan bikes from welding to paint is carefully completed by skilled and experienced hands to create a polished, eye catching bicycle. As the name would suggest, these bikes are aimed at upscale professionals who commute or ride in urban settings, and want a noteworthy steed to be seen aboard.

Lawyer’s Bike currently has two single speed models available, and both feature Gates carbon belt drive systems for quiet and clean operation. Every frame is built to order (with stock geometry) and finished with the buyer’s choice of several key components. If you’d rather complete the build yourself, both models can also be purchased as a frameset…
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You’ve gotta love a company whose philosophy is ‘the pursuit of perfection’, and at the risk of sounding stereotypical, you could probably guess they’re based in Italy. With a quick glance one can see that Seregno’s own Lawyer’s Bike takes the typical Italian pride in meticulous, high-quality construction and finishing quite seriously. Every detail on […]

Posted in Commuter, Road Bike5 Comments

The Lift turns your ordinary bicycle into a front-loading cargo bike

Lift Bike front cargo bicycle conversion kit

After retiring from Salvagetti Bike Shop in Denver, CO, former owner Scott Taylor worked on The Lift for almost four years. His goal? Create a quality cargo bike option for under $1,000 that didn’t require a separate, oversized bike sitting in your garage. The result is a quickly attached front cargo box and steering mechanism that replaces your standard bike’s front wheel that can fit in about the same space as a wheelbarrow. Check it out…

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After retiring from Salvagetti Bike Shop in Denver, CO, former owner Scott Taylor worked on The Lift for almost four years. His goal? Create a quality cargo bike option for under $1,000 that didn’t require a separate, oversized bike sitting in your garage. The result is a quickly attached front cargo box and steering mechanism […]

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Canyon reworks alloy Roadlite range into a premium flatbar fitness bike

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With the recent addition of the new Endurace platform which goes from a top-end 5300€ carbon CF SLX model all the way down to aluminum AL versions priced as low as 850€ sharing the same geometry and ride concept, Canyon felt like it was overlapping a bit with their entry-level aluminum road bike, so they have given the Roadlite a breath of new life. The racier Roadlite AL range has now dropped the drop bars to become a fast moving flat bar fitness machine.

Now exclusively available with disc brakes and road compact gearing, the aluminum framed Roadlite series offers a quick and light ride for either getting around town and staying in shape or getting out for some longer rides. And with light builds and full Shimano drivetrains the new bike won’t hurt the budget.  Check out the details after the break…

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With the recent addition of the new Endurace platform which goes from a top-end 5300€ carbon CF SLX model all the way down to aluminum AL versions priced as low as 850€ sharing the same geometry and ride concept, Canyon felt like it was overlapping a bit with their entry-level aluminum road bike, so they have given […]

Posted in Commuter, Road Bike, Women's9 Comments

Accessory Roundup- Zefal bike protection, WOMO’s dual Cateye mount and the Geeego Swap-Color light

Zefal crank armor, colors

Ah, the endless realm of bike accessories. Just when you thought every doodad and knick-knack had been created, ten more appear to adapt to changing standards, new trends or industry innovations. In this somewhat random roundup, we’ll check out some new goodies to keep you and your bike connected and protected.

First off, Zefal has recently released two new bike protection products aimed at the growing number of people riding pricey carbon fiber frames and components. Next up we’ll look at a new mount from WOMO Designs that hosts multiple Cateye devices, and then we’ll bring things full circle with a color-changing bike light that can do double duty as a front or a rear unit…
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Ah, the endless realm of bike accessories. Just when you thought every doodad and knick-knack had been created, ten more appear to adapt to changing standards, new trends or industry innovations. In this somewhat random roundup, we’ll check out some new goodies to keep you and your bike connected and protected. First off, Zefal has […]

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Thule shows updated ProRide roof rack, bike bags, & more

Thule luggage bags saddle bag pannier car carrier child trailer-16

Thule luggage bags saddle bag pannier car carrier child trailer-15

For a company that is known for their bike racks, Thule’s catalog is rapidly expanding. When you consider all of the different categories they now offer, their tagline of ‘Bring your life’ starts to make a lot of sense. After a series of acquisitions including Case Logic in 2006 and Chariot in 2011, Thule has a lot more to show than just bike racks.

But they have those too. Racks like the newest version of the ProRide. Featuring a number of small (or big) changes since Cory reviewed it in 2015, the upright carrier offers more compatibility for a range of bikes…

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For a company that is known for their bike racks, Thule’s catalog is rapidly expanding. When you consider all of the different categories they now offer, their tagline of ‘Bring your life’ starts to make a lot of sense. After a series of acquisitions including Case Logic in 2006 and Chariot in 2011, Thule has […]

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PC16: Cannondale introduces SuperSix EVO Hi-MOD Disc, rigid Slate Apex, full flight road

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Last year at Press Camp, representatives from Cannondale presented product practically giddy about what was coming for this season across all categories. It turns out, there is a lot to be excited about. For this year the brand has rolled out a collection of well-thought out offerings across the road and city line with engaging details that we’re glad made it past the conceptual stage for models like the new SuperSix Evo Hi-Mod disc…

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Last year at Press Camp, representatives from Cannondale presented product practically giddy about what was coming for this season across all categories. It turns out, there is a lot to be excited about. For this year the brand has rolled out a collection of well-thought out offerings across the road and city line with engaging […]

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Fly Pedals’ Universal Clipless Pedal Adapters are re-introduced again, in color!

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Everyone knows how uncomfortable it can be riding a bike with clipless pedals when you’re wearing street shoes. While this is easily avoidable for people with multiple bikes, if you’ve only got one (probably a high end machine), the time always comes when you just want to boot over to a buddy’s house or the corner store.

If that bike has clipless pedals, Fly Pedals could make riding it convenient and comfortable with their Universal Clipless Adapters. Bikerumor covered the first iteration of the clipless adapters in 2014, then a revised version the following year. In response to customer feedback, the design has recently been tweaked again and the adapters are now available in a slew of different colors.

Fly Pedals’ latest Kickstarter campaign has already surpassed its funding goal so these colorful, handy adapters are definitely going into production. Read on to get engaged in the details…
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Everyone knows how uncomfortable it can be riding a bike with clipless pedals when you’re wearing street shoes. While this is easily avoidable for people with multiple bikes, if you’ve only got one (probably a high end machine), the time always comes when you just want to boot over to a buddy’s house or the corner […]

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Larry Vs. Harry crank up their classic cargo bike with the new STePs eBullitt model

ebullitt cargo bike, riding shot

ebullitt cargo bike, riding shot

After relying on an aging yet effective cargo bike, a contractor named Harry thought he could do better. Meanwhile, his friend Larry was already building cargo bikes for another brand. Together, Harry and Larry thought they could create the ideal cargo hauling bicycle. Eight years ago the first Bullitt bike was built, and since then they’ve become a hit with riders all over the world.

Keeping with the times, the duo recently decided to add power to their proven bike with the new STePs eBullitt model. The new bike features a Shimano STePs motor, but also uses battery power to control its Di2 electronic shifting and integrated lighting.

As you’d expect there are plenty of options for various cargo storage boxes or child seats, plus customizable component upgrades like Brooks saddles, Gates belt drive systems, or full Shimano groupsets to suit your application…
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After relying on an aging yet effective cargo bike, a contractor named Harry thought he could do better. Meanwhile, his friend Larry was already building cargo bikes for another brand. Together, Harry and Larry thought they could create the ideal cargo hauling bicycle. Eight years ago the first Bullitt bike was built, and since then […]

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