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If your bike was a car, it would be….


If your bike had four wheels and a soul, what car do you think it would be?

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Sony brings optical stabilization to sports cams


POV cameras have improved immeasurably since the first GoPro hit the market, but new technologies like optical image stabilization are about to shake things up.

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RockyMounts launches MonoRail swing-away rack


Colorado company has released what it is calling the bike industry’s first swing-away platform hitch rack, the MonoRail Swing, and its sibling, the standard version MonoRail hitch rack.

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Yeti adds lower priced carbon frame options


It’s now a little easier to welcome a Yeti into your life. The popular Golden, Colorado-based MTB bike maker has expanded its line-up to include two levels of carbon frames.

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2017 Pivot 429 MachSL Carbon first look


The 429 Mach SL is already one of the best XC race bikes on the market, so how did Pivot make it even better?

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Researchers discover new ways to recycle carbon fiber


Carbon Fiber bikes are awesome, but unlike steel or alloy, they can’t be recycled efficiently. Instead, they’ve been sent to landfill. That may be changing soon, due to new research.

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Shimano Koryak dropper post


We’ve always dreamed of a world where Shimano made dropper posts, giving the world more options in this growing category. Finally, that day is here. But how is it?

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Niner RIP Goes Alloy


Carbon bikes are awesome, but they cost a fortune. Good thing Niner is watching out for the little guy. Their new alloy bikes shares the same geo and tech as the RIP 9 RDO, but retails for significantly less.

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New Truvativ Descendant Colab handlebars


Truvativ just launched a series of athlete signature bars with some of their premier athletes for a variety of disciplines.

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Turner Flux V4 goes Carbon


After giving the RFX new life, Turner has turned its attention to the Flux. This reborn legend features a carbon fiber frame, 120mm of travel, and rolls on 27.5” wheels.

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2017 Rocky Mountain Slayer unveiled


The Slayer is back. New bike replaces Altitude as Rocky Mountain’s enduro racer.

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Otso Cycles debuts plus-fat hardtail, CX-gravel steed


The crew from Wolf Tooth Components are getting into the bike building business, today launching Otso Cycles. The initial product line will include two bikes.

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New absoluteBLACK 30T 104bcd oval chainring


AbsoluteBLACK has launched a 30T version of its 104bcd ovalized chainring. Heretofore, 32T was the smallest they offered because if made any smaller the normal bolts used in the crank tab mounting holes would be positioned on the chainring teeth.

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Cane Creek debuts new lightweight DBcoil [IL] shock


The new DBcoil[IL] has the same function of an external reservoir coil shock, but in a lighter and sleeker package.

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Lezyne updates GPS line, launches new models


This year is Lezyne’s 10th anniversary. To celebrate, they’ve been revamping each of their product categories, improving functionality and updating aesthetics.

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Rocky Mountain Growler and Reaper first look


Whether you’re little ripper or just a kid at heart, Rocky Mountain has two new models that are sure to please.

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Canfield Brothers Nimble 9 Boost 29er hardtail launched


Fourth generation of steel Nimble 9 Boost 29er hardtail features boost hub spacing, updated geometry, and some very sparkly frame paint options.

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WTB goes wide with latest Ci31 carbon rims


The latest carbon rims from WTB features a 31mm inner rim width, can be setup tubeless with just a floor pump, and sell for a reasonable price (for carbon, that is).

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Devinci Django 29 debuts


The short travel Django was originally launched as a 27.5 bike, but the platform was begging for the 29er treatment.

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Intense Recluse 27.5 trail bike first look


If the Intense Spider is your garden variety trail ripper, the all new 140mm Recluse is a deadly weapon.

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Formula’s new Selva enduro fork


Formula is best known for its brakes, but the newest entry into the suspension market is loaded with unique technology — and it comes in purple.

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Crankbrothers Mallet E LS offers longer spindle


The Crankbrothers Mallet is one of the most popular pedals in the gravity scene. For 2017, they’re offering a new version of the enduro “E” model with a wider spindle. Click through to find out more.

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Stan’s NoTubes rolls out MK3 custom wheel program


The new Stan’s NoTubes custom wheelset builder program allows riders to design their own Crest, Arch, or Flow MK3 mountain bike wheels, choosing rim size, hub, axle type, spokes, nipples, and decals.

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Ryan Leech celebrates 20 years with Norco


This year marks trials legend Ryan Leech’s 20th riding for Norco. It’s a remarkable run in an era in which allegiances between companies and riders are often fleeting.

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2017 Specialized Enduro spotted


Rumors about the long-awaited sequel to the Specialized Enduro have gone rampant in the last couple of weeks. The outgoing model was a revolutionary 29er with 155mm of travel with a 165mm travel 27.5 sibling.

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