Greg Kopecky

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Electrify your trail, enduro, and even DH riding with redesigned Cannondale Moterra and all-new...

Cannondale has updated and expanded their range of e-bikes, with two all-new MTB models. The Moterra name might sound familiar, but the bike has...

LOOK E-765 Optimum adds removable e-bike system developed with Bernard Hinault

LOOK announced their addition to the rapidly growing e-road segment, the E-765 Optimum. Developed with the help of cycling legend Bernard Hinault, it features...

FFWD claims two-spoke asymmetric Falcon saves 9 watts, is ‘fastest wheel ever’

FFWD came out with a big claim: that their new two-spoke Falcon is the fastest wheel ever, saving up to 9 watts over competitive...

First Rides: Blinding speeds, gravel, and MTB trails with the Specialized Turbo Creo SL

Specialized made a huge entry into E-road and E-gravel recently, with the all-new Turbo Creo SL. The tech-packed ride has a lightweight motor with...

Specialized Turbo Creo SL uses stealth e-system with crazy long range for road, gravel,...

Specialized officially entered the e-road and e-gravel segments today - with a single new bike offering. Called the Turbo Creo SL, the new bike...

New Vision Tech SC road wheels get kaleidoscope carbon rims for under $1,100

Vision Tech has announced a new line of budget-minded carbon clincher road wheels, called the SC 40 and SC 55. Priced below $1,100 per...

First Rides Review: Taking on gravel and (far) beyond with the BMC URS

BMC just released the URS, a new gravel bike with a geometry concept called “Gravel Plus”. We visited BMC HQ in Switzerland to check...

Bear down on big rides with the new BMC URS “Gravel Plus” bike

BMC announced their first official entry in to gravel cycling, called the URS. Short for "Unrestricted" (and from the Latin Ursus, or bear), the...

Budnitz powers up with Model E, drops weight with removable battery & motor

Budnitz announced a new entry to the e-bike market, dubbed the Model E. It features an aluminum frame and sticks to the Budnitz preference...

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