The Kestrel Legend made a big splash at bike for Kestrel—riders at Oudoor Demo loved its smooth, efficient ride. The frame uses asymmetrical stays and a BB30 bottom bracket for an impressively sharp drivetrain response, while tube shaping and carbon lay up help make the bike comfortable on long rides. The company describes their new bike as one platform that can do everything from crits to gran fondos. A medium frame weighs 780 grams, making it competitive with many high-end bikes from bigger, more recognizable brands. The frame is available in four build options: Shimano Dura-Ace mechanical, $6,300; SRAM Red, $6,100; Shimano Ultegra Di2, $4,500; and mechanical Ultegra, $2,700.