Cycling through Spring Two Ways

A high powered race machine and a one-bike quiver capable of shredding in all conditions

Save for the hardened wool-laden road warriors and fat bike single track explorers, winter is a tough time for cyclists. It often means chaining oneself to an indoor trainer or simply accepting that you might just lose a bit of your prowess on the bike come springtime. Averse to the hamster wheel-like feeling of indoor cycling and looking for versatility that fat bikes don’t necessarily …

Test Drive: 2015 Bentley GT3-R

The fastest Bentley ever made gets inspiration from its track-driving cousin

“Racing changes the perception,” says Brian Gush, Bentley’s Director of Motorsport. The Bentley GT3-R is the latest evolution of the brand’s suave and still-alluring Continental GT—and the fastest Bentley ever made. It hauls ass in the most gentlemanly manner, politely even. Though it receives the expected luxury fittings, it takes most of its style cues—both styling and performance—from the automaker’s successful GT3 race car. Limited …

Genesis Bikes’ Carbon Zero

The UK-based manufacturer known for sturdy steel frames introduces its first carbon fiber line

If there’s one thing UK-based Genesis Bikes knows, it’s humility. The brand makes no mistakes about its place in the bike industry. They describe themselves as not the biggest, not the oldest, not the most technically advanced, but always striving to make honest bikes that perform and look good—fresh out of the showroom and for years to come. This is, in part, why the brand …