After collecting over a million measurements for riders around the world, Shimano created PRO road saddles in a wide variety of different saddle options.
PRO offers the Turnix, Falcon, and Griffon in different sizes and with or without an anatomical cut-out. I’ve been using the Falcon on our cross bikes for the last year and a half, and they’re one of the best saddles I’ve ridden. Continue Reading →
The Brooks Cambium C17 line of touring and trekking saddles are sleek and flexible, built to be durable, maintenance-free, and waterproof. It’s a new look for the iconic saddle brand. Continue Reading →
Cyclists have a number of Nitto classic road handlebars to choose from as they consider the best bar for commuting, longer-distance riding, and recreational riding. These bars are the Classic Continue Reading →
If you can have only one bike that you can use for everything from commuting to bike touring on gravel and dirt roads, you need one of several adventure bikes from Specialized, available from Ben’s Cycle in Milwaukee. Continue Reading →
(The Milwaukee Road) has been a joy over the last year or so. Extremely versatile. I have had it set up as: a winter bike, commuter, rough road bike, even explored some abandoned logging roads with it. It is by far the most comfortable road bike I have ever ridden. It’s true calling is as a ride-all-day-till-the-road-turns-to-gravel-and-keep-on-going bike. Continue Reading →