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Enduro World Series to begin working with the UCI


The EWS has reached an agreement with the UCI where starting in 2019, Rainbow Jerseys will be awarded to national teams at the Trophy of Nations event.

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US threatening 25% tariff on China-made e-bikes


The U.S. bike industry has been drafted into the trade war between China and the U.S., says a recent report on Bicycle Retailer and Industry News.

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Interview: Finn Iles on his journey from ski slope to MTB


Finn Iles catapulted himself into the men’s downhill elite with a superb 2017 junior season where he won six out of seven UCI Mountain Bike World Cup races. But what’s next?

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Aspen Snowmass announces bike park expansion


Combining machine and hand built sections, a new advanced hybrid trail will start from the top of the Elk Camp chairlift and descend 4.8 miles to the gondola mid-station.

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Kade Edwards: Trek Factory Racing’s rising star


Kade Edwards of the Trek Factory Racing Downhill team is a colorful character and a rising star on the downhill racing scene.

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Pivot Firebird 29 first ride review


We got to ride the stunning new Pivot Firebird 29 on Moab’s best trail, The (almost) Whole Enchilada.

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Pivot Firebird 29 released


Finally, a long travel 29er from Pivot with 162mm of rear travel. It’s long, slack and stunning

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IMBA partnering with Outerbike for 30th anniversary


As part of the Outerbike Arkansas experience, IMBA will host special rides and a Saturday evening celebration.

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Leatt concept store returns to Whistler


Available at the store is the full 2018 Leatt bicycle product line of over 65 pieces that includes helmets, apparel, body and knee protection.

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Richie Rude on Shimano XTR 12-speed


Richie Rude can put a lot of stress on a drivetrain and we see his first encounter with the new Shimano XTR 12-speed. Will it hold up or will it let him down in this race?

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Wolf Tooth’s Roll-Top and Pump Bags carry all your things


Wolf Tooth’s new B-RAD Roll-Top and Pump Bags provide secure, weather- and dirt-resistant on-bike storage to ensure that you’re never caught without the essentials.

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New Hip Pack from ENVE and Friends


ENVE has released a versatile hip pack with plenty of room for day-ride essentials, including a spare tube and belt-integrated multi-tool.

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ASSOS targets mountain bikers with new XC collection


Heretofore best known for its ultra high-end road cycling kit, Swiss-based technical cycling apparel maker ASSOS is launching an XC line of cycling clothing.

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Cane Creek Helm 27.5 “Cherry Bomb” limited edition fork


Cane Creek has announced a limited edition “Cherry Bomb” version of its Helm 27.5 fork. The fork takes its name from the red fireworks and sports matte black lowers with a firecracker red metallic gloss crown and graphics.

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Chris Farley’s family settles with Trek over fat bike name


The family of the late comedian and movie actor had filed a federal lawsuit against the Wisconsin-based bike maker, claiming its fat bike named the Farley “misappropriated Farley’s name.”

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Endura celebrates 25 years of All Tribes One Clan with All Tribes All Woman video


Endura’s All Tribes One Clan celebrating 25 years with inspiring video.

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RMU Tailgate Locker has built-in beer cooler


This very handy tailgate pad from Rocky Mountain Underground serves its original intended purpose of protecting your bikes and truck — but also includes a place to keep your beer cold!

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Guerrilla Gravity Presents: The Good, the Rad, and the Gnarly


A fully-pinned day at the bike park; The Good, the Rad, and the Gnarly.

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Last chance to support trails and win an Ibis


This campaign has been a huge success, and you can help drive it past the finish line. MBOSC and Ibis already exceeded the original fundraising goal of $70,000, and now they’re aiming for a stretch goal of $80,000.

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Shimano S-PHYRE XC9 and ME7 shoes updated


Evolving its top-of-the-line mountain bike footwear models for the 2019 cross country and enduro racing season, Shimano has announced updated versions of its S-PHYRE XC9 cross country and ME7 enduro shoes.

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Schurter takes razor thin sprint World Cup win


Nino Schurter claimed the 28th World Cup victory of his career this past weekend in highly dramatic fashion.

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Nino Schurter riding new Syncros Fraser iC SL cockpit


Reigning Olympic and World Champion Nino Schurter will debut a new one piece Syncros cross country cockpit at the third round of the World Cup.

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New Shimano XTR 12-speed: What you need to know


Shimano’s new race-ready drivetrain boasts a 10-51 cassette (510% gear range), smoother shifting, and a host of other improvements.

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Bringing the Mountain Bike Experience to Women, Moab Style


7 riders and 4 coaches visit Moab Utah for a weekend of camping and mountain biking!

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New Shimano XTR brakes: What you need to know


Shimano has launched two new XTR-level brakes, one 2-piston model geared to the weight conscious XC racer crowd, and a four pot version for the enduro sect who prioritize power and smooth braking feel.

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