Review: Knog Blinder Road 3

This is a cool little package from Knog. It’s ideal as a ‘to be seen’ light but it can be used to see with in a pinch.

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Feature: Jenson USA to donate 50 bikes to World Bicycle Relief

On the biggest online shopping day of the year, Jenson matches first 50 bikes sold with 50 bike donations.

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Giving Thanks: Living for the love of it

Giving Thanks: Freeskiing star Jen Hudak’s singular focus was an Olympic medal until a blown-out knee ended her dream. Using a mountain bike as part of her recovery she found not only a new athletic outlet, but a new outlook as well. Her first-person telling of the story is a reminder to us all why we should be thankful for our bike lives.

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Video: Ibis hypes HD3 with awesome Jeff Kendall-Weed edit

Video: Jeff Kendall-Weed ninjas the gnar in this Kitsbow/Ibis jointly-produced edit to launch the new HD3.

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Giving Thanks: A cyclocross story of redemption

Giving Thanks: Cassie Maximenko went to 2012-13 cross nationals in hopes of scoring some hardware. She came home with the wrong kind. See how she’s gone from the depths of despair to the top of the podium.

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SF Bike Expo 2014 – show highlights and photos

New products from ABUS, Gamut, Grit, Suture, e*thirteen, DZR and more are highlighted as well as photos of the rail jam and bike swap vendors.

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2015 Lights Shootout

The 2015 Bike Lights Shootout is here! It is quite an exciting crop of lights as lights are getting lighter with improved beam patterns. Check back often to see the latest lights reviews.

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Moab BLM bans electric bikes on non-motorized trails

Rules clarification on Moab BLM web page classifies e-bikes as motorized, effectively banning them from mountain bike-specific trails.

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Outerbike photo preview of 2015′s hottest mountain bikes

Events: Mtbr brings you a look at a dozen of 2015′s hottest bikes from the Outerbike demo fest in Moab, Utah.

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Review: Knog Blinder Arc 1.7

This Knog light is not powerful at all, but one can get home with it. Ergonomics and design is quite slick and it’s only $65.

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Review: DiNotte XML-4

The Dinotte XML-4 puts out 2110 Lumens and its a good deal at $259, but is it as compelling as the Dinotte XML-3?

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Review: Lezyne Super Drive XL

$120 for a 709 Lumen light is not the brightest or the cheapest, but this light has field replaceable batteries if you need really long run times.

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Review: CatEye Volt 100

It’s a ‘to be seen’ light for $35. But since it’s a CatEye, it over delivers and you can actually see with it.

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Review: NiteRider Lumina 400

This $68 light puts out 445 Lumens and it has all the quality and design features of the modern NiteRider Lumina lights.

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Review: Light & Motion Urban 500

This light has good beam pattern and side visibility at a $100 price point. But the competition has caught up in terms of size, price and brightness.

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How-to: Taking mountain bike selfies like a boss

Trials ace and media maven Jeff Lenosky lets us in on his tips for taking better trail selfies.

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Review: Kitsbow A/M Ventilated shorts and jersey

We tried the full A/M Ventilated kit from Kitsbow and were impressed with the design, materials and construction. So if you have the monetary means, read on.

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Cleary Bikes Owl – 20″ kid’s mountain bike

New Marin based company builds lightweight and simple singlespeeds for kids that will provide miles of smiles for young riders ready to upgrade.

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Review: Lupine Piko 4

The Lupine Piko 4 remains as one of the most useable helmet lights we’ve tested as it delivers 1120 Lumens in a 180 gram package.

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Review: Lezyne Deca Drive

This Deca Drive is largely unchanged from last year, but it’s still one of the better self-contained bar lights around since it has a lovely beam pattern for $160.

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Video: Unicycling in Moab

Follow along as a merry band of unicyclists ride the gnar in Moab.

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Featured: Trek Fuel EX 7 29

The Trek Fuel EX 7 is a contender with its very capable Fuel lineage and reasonable $2,629 price.

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Review: CatEye Volt 1200

The CatEye Volt 1200 sports 1253 measured Lumens for $200. It’s a good choice if you’re not in a hot night riding area like Arizona.

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Review: Light & Motion Taz 1200

The good news on the Light & Motion Taz 1200 is the price dropped from $300 to $240. The bad news is the run time remained the same at 1:30 hours on high, but it still has one of the best beam patterns around.

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Review: Lupine Wilma 7

The output is a staggering 2770 measured Lumens and the weight is just 360 grams. Couple that with long run times and a fast charge time and we’re ready to crown this high-end champ of the lights arena.

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