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New SRAM Code DH brakes released


Brakes have improved dramatically over the years, but the Code DH brake has largely been unchanged. Now, it gets Guide technology and robust construction to deliver powerful and consistent performance on the longest descents.

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Bosch and Troy Lee Designs launch eMTB race series


BOOGALOO is a NEW Class 1 eMTB race series that will take place at two of California’s premier mountain bike resorts this summer.

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IMBA launches membership drive at Sea Otter Classic


IMBA is on the ground at the Sea Otter Classic, hosting events, fundraising with partners and connecting with members and mountain bikers at the Sea Otter Classic.

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Kenda Hellkat Pro and Helldiver Pro tires launched


Kenda has introduced two new gravity tire, the Hellkat Pro and Helldiver Pro, both featuring Advanced Gravity Casing technology, which was developed to meet the demands of the World Cup circuit.

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Pivot Cycles expands NICA support with Utah sponsorship


The founding sponsor of the Arizona Interscholastic Cycling League, has expanded their support of youth racing and is now also a platinum-level sponsor of the Utah High School Cycling League for 2017 and 2018.

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9point8 Fall Line R dropper post


Known for the burliest dropper posts around, 9point8 is proud to introduce their Fall Line R dropper. At 386g (post only), 75mm stroke, and 400mm overall length, it’s the lightest dropper post you can buy.

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RockShox Pike gets a major refresh


The new RockShox Pike seeks to disrupt the industry again by introducing a slew of new upgrades.

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Polygon’s Square One EX bike


Polygon’s latest introduces a new suspension system unlike anything you’ve seen before. And they claim this 180mm travel bike pedals like a 120mm bike, yet performs better than some downhill bikes.

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Marin Alcatraz Dirt Jumper returns


Anyone out there have a soft spot for dirt jumpers? Marin’s latest has great lines, a killer paint job, and was designed in conjunction with one of the best slopestyle riders.

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Courdurier, Dailly triumph at rain soaked EWS No. 2


It was another wet and wild race day, as rain hammered the second round of the Enduro World Series, the Shimano Enduro Tasmania.

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Soquel Demo Forest remains closed


With 88.5 inches of rain in the last 5 months, Soquel Demo Forest has sustained significant damage. In addition, blockage of roads and park fire roads makes rescue impossible for fallen mountain bikers.

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Spy shot leaks of new Santa Cruz Nomad 4


V10 style linkage may hold the key to even better suspension performance.

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9Point8 and Wolf Tooth collaborate on Digit dropper lever


The new 9Point8 Digit uses the same bones as the Wolf Tooth ReMote, but has a modified leverage ratio and lever shape.

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Specialized introduces Make it Yours custom program


Specialized is offering four limited edition Stumpjumper frame colors as part of its new Make it Yours program.

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2017 ​Cannondale Trigger and Jekyll launched


A year after the first prototypes were spotted on the race circuit, Cannondale has released new versions of the Trigger and Jekyll.

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Ryders Eyewear unveils expansive 2017 collection


North Shore eyewear brand Ryders has made significant additions to its line-up for 2017, adding a host of new features and technologies to go along with its popular antiFOG lenses.

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IMBA set to relaunch Model Trails program


The International Mountain Bicycling Association is relaunching its Model Trails initiative after putting the program on hold in 2016 to reshape its process and offerings.

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Belltower gives Spurcycle bell better clearance


The Spurcycle is probably the best bell on the market, but it doesn’t always play nice with mountain bike cockpits. The new Belltower spacer changes that.

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Leatt unveils new line of mountain bike apparel


Formerly best known for their on-bike protective gear, Leatt has unveiled a new collection of soft goods with stylish designs and convenient features including neck brace compatibility.

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Industry Nine MatchStix thru axle tool for fat bikes


Industry Nine’s clever thru axle multi-tool is now available for the RockShox Bluto fat bike suspension fork.

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Bid on Rachel Atherton’s World’s winning Fox 40


Want to own a piece of mountain biking history? Over the next eight weeks, Fox is auctioning off a fork from one of their top athletes. All proceeds go to the Road 2 Recovery Foundation.

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YT adds Brett Tippie as Director of Good Times


Go inside the mind of legendary freerider in this wide ranging interview with the newest Young Talents rider.

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New bill could end blanket ban on bikes in Wilderness


Bill puts mountain bikers on the same footing as campers, hikers, hunters, and equestrians by restoring federal agency authority to set conditions on cyclists’ use of trails in designated Wilderness.

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Troy Lee Designs 2017 apparel line-up unveiled


The California company has rolled out its entire 2017 apparel and helmet line, including updates to Skyline for trail riding and Sprint for gravity.

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Montana Wilderness Bill preserves trail access


U.S. Senator Jon Tester of Montana introduced S. 507, “Blackfoot Clearwater Stewardship Act” in Congress on March 2. The BCSA is the product of a 10-year, collaborative solution negotiated by multiple constituencies.

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