Atomik Carbon wheels get lifetime limited warranty


High-end carbon-fiber component manufacturer Atomik Carbon has announced a new lifetime limited warranty covering its carbon fiber rims and handlebars for the original owner from date of purchase.

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Hayes partners with STIKRD.com


Hayes has announced a multiyear partnership between Manitou and STIKRD.com. STIKRD.com will offer custom and replacement decal kits for Manitou suspension forks.

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Scott Spark 900 review


If you like riding mountain bikes uphill and downhill with equal precision and efficiency, the Scott Spark is a serious no-compromise option.

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Hot new wheels, tires, and hubs from Interbike 2017


Check out the latest wheels, hubs, tires, and more from Industry Nine, Maxxis, Onyx, MRP, and Wolf Tooth.

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How a pro learns to jump


Ryan Leech is a highly-regarded trials rider and cycling coach. He’s traveled the world performing and filming. The one thing he couldn’t do for a long time? Jump. Here’s how he changed that.

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Fatback Corvus FLT fat bike lighter and stiffer


Alaska-based fat bike maker Fatback has released the new Corvus FLT, which is claimed to be 250g lighter and 15% stiffer at the bottom bracket and head tube compared to the current Corvus.

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DT Swiss Interbike 2017


With three main MTB wheel families (XC, all-mountain, enduro) and multiple price points within each family, DT Swiss has all your riding bases covered.

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VEE Tire Crown Gem Junior launched


VEE Tire Co. has announced the release of the Crown Gem Junior, a new tire for the junior category created specifically for children’s riding safety.

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Stan’s NoTubes Interbike 2017


Whether it’s a narrow XC tire, or a traction enhancing plus model, most riders have a preferred tire size. And now Stan’s NoTubes has wheels to cover all those various options.

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Lupine Lighting Interbike 2017


Whether commuting at dawn or dusk, or charging into the night on your mountain bike, Lupine is lighting the way with a host of new product offerings.

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Bulls Bikes Interbike 2017


Germany-based bike maker has expanded its offerings with new plus e-bikes, including a women’s specific model.

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Yakima Interbike 2017


The Portland-based company has updated some of its most popular racks, improved its tailgate pad, and launched a cool camo version of its SkyRise rooftop tent.

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SQlab Interbike 2017


If your saddle doesn’t fit you well, you’re not going to ride your bike. SQlab’s new Ergolux saddle aims to address this issue with its unique concave profile and dual step design.

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Haibike Interbike 2017


With a growing trend to longer travel e-mountain bikes, Haibike has delivered with its new 200mm DWNHLL model.

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Leatt DBX Core 2.0 hip pack first look


Hydration hip packs are growing in popularity but there’s no perfect one yet. Leatt puts their spin in the category with a cool design.

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Maxxis Interbike 2017


The highly-regarded tire maker continues to expand its popular Wide Trail lineup with new versions of the Rekon, Forekaster, Ardent Race, Aggressor, High Roller II, and more.

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Ergon Interbike 2017


Germany’s ergonomic experts continue to increase on-bike comfort with new women’s specific saddles and redesigned grips.

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8 exciting new protection products


Check out the latest helmets, pads, and gloves from brands like 661, G-Form, Lizard Skins, and Kali Protectives.

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TOGS Interbike 2017


TOGS (aka the thumb over grip system) has just launched its new Flex model that has improved ergonomics and is easier to install.

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Enduro World Series finals courses revealed


The Enduro World Series is back in action September 30-October 1, this time coming from the challenging trails of Finale Ligure, Italy, for the series finals.

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Outerbike adds Bentonville, Arkansas, to lineup


The popular consumer demo event is adding a fourth stop to its lineup in 2018. The OZ Trails in Bentonville, Arkansas, will join a slate that includes Moab Spring and Fall, and Crested Butte Summer.

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New pedals from Xpedo, HT, and Crankbrothers


Check out the latest flats and clipless pedals from Xpedo, HT, and Crankbrothers.

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Leatt Interbike 2017


Step inside the Leatt Interbike tradeshow booth to learn about the brand’s most exciting new products for 2018, including the Trail Line Jersey and Jacket, the Core Hydration Pack, DBX 3.5 Neck Brace, and DBX 6.0 Knee Guards.

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Pivot Cycles Interbike 2017


Straight from Interbike in Las Vegas, here’s Pivot front man and lead designer Chris Cocalis running through the company’s hottest bikes, starting with a very special 10-year Anniversary Edition Mach 5.5.

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Kitsbow Origin Collection review


Kitsbow’s cross-country leaning Origin Collection consists of four well-crafted pieces that are equally at home railing on the mountain bike or gravel grinding through rural countryside.

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New Shimano flat pedals and Saint SPDs


Shimano has increased their flat pedal offerings with three new gravity oriented models, plus a new Saint-level SPD for those who prefer to clip in.

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Fix It Sticks clever new chain tool and tool kits


Love Fix It Sticks, but hate toting around a chain breaker? They’ve fixed that with their clever new chain tool.

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X-Fusion Trace 36 long travel 29er fork


Been waiting for a long travel 29er fork from X-Fusion? Well, the wait is almost over. Meet the new Trace 36.

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Bolle Trackdown enduro helmet


Bolle is primarily associated with eyewear, but they’ve recently made a push into cycling helmets. Their newest is aimed at the enduro segment and has some unique features.

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Whyte Bikes Interbike 2017


The Whyte Enduro team will have a secret weapon in 2018 – the S-150 Works is their “out of the box” race bike for all-round events. Find out about that bike and much more.

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Flow Down, Speed Up with Remi Gauvin


Check out OneUp team rider Remi Gauvin shredding Squamish in all its dank glory. And get stoked. Hero dirt is coming.

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Nukeproof Mega 275c launched


Not only is the chassis 320g lighter than its aluminum counterpart, the strength of the frame has also been improved enabling its rider to push harder, faster, and with more confidence.

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Saris Interbike 2017


Saris’ core passion for the bicycle is revealed through the detail and craftsmanship of their products, and to their commitment to bicycle advocacy and creating great places for people to ride.

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Trailcraft Cycles Big Mesa 26+ launched


Trailcraft has unveiled its new Big Mesa 26+ for riders in XS and small sizes wanting true “plus” size tire capability, but in a complete bike package which fits riders from 4’10″ to 5’6″.

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Specialized Wu dropper post first look


This dropper post puts the angles the seat up like a downhill or dirt jump bike saddle as it is dropped. Something you’ve always wanted or not?

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Magura Vyron dropper post video review


The Magura Vyron wireless dropper post delivered on its promise of simplicity. And while not perfect, there are improvements on the horizon.

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Danny MacAskill summits Mount Kilimanjaro


Africa seemed determined to push Danny MacAskill and his adventure partners to their limits. Click through to check out a video recap of this epic journey to the top of Mount Kilimanjaro.

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Scott Trail apparel covers you head to toe


Along with bikes, Scott now offers a complete selection of clothes, shoes, helmets, and more. And all the pieces are artfully color matched. Here’s a look direct from the Eurobike trade show in Germany.

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Nox Teocalli carbon wheels review


Interested in carbon wheels, but don’t want to drop used car money? If you answered yes, then these hoops from Nox are worth a look.

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Mondraker coming to USA in November


Mondraker has announced a new partnership with Colorado-based QARV Imports, which starting in November will serve as exclusive U.S. distributor for the Spanish bike maker.

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New Documentary “The Moment” explores the growth of Freeride


This new feature length film by filmmaker (and former professional rider) Darcy Turenne explores the history of freeride mountain biking.

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Cane Creek Slam Set lowers stack height


To help keep stack height in check, Cane Creek has introduced the new Slam Set ZS head set. The top is only 2mm higher than the top of the head tube (ZS means Zero Stack). There’s also an integrated version called IS.

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Five bikes we’d rather own (and cost less) than an iPhone X


The new iPhone retails for a thousand dollars or more. Turns out, you can get a whole lot of bike for that kind of money. Here’s our five favorites.

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Photos: UCSC tanks artwork


To many mountain bikers who ride in Santa Cruz, there is a familiar and welcome sight on the trails as one rides by the U-Conn fire road connecting the Emma McCrary trail and Wilder State Park. Here is a gallery documenting the art of the UC Santa Cruz tanks.

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Rocky Mountain Enduro Series saves best for last


Fall is in the air, and there are few better places to be than Colorado’s high country, where vibrant aspens are putting on quite the show for the two final races of the Rocky Mountain Enduro Series.

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DJI Spark drone for mountain biking


Drones and mountain biking seems like a match made in heaven but it’s been mostly hype with harsh realities. They’ve been so big and expensive and difficult to operate. But this new DJI Spark is worth a look.

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Bikepacking Sun Valley


Two childhood friends head to Idaho to explore the sprawling trail network in Sawtooth National Forest in this short video.

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Yeti SB5 Lunch Ride and SB6 Team Replica roll out


Two new special edition bikes join family of highly capable trail tamers. Plus a look back at one of the sport’s most famous downhill bikes.

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Magura MT Trail brake review


Magura’s MT Trail borrows heavily from the motorcycle world to deliver a lighter, more powerful, yet well modulated brake.

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7 things you might not know about carbon fiber


The cycling world has indeed changed, as carbon fiber has become the material of choice for high end bikes. Check out this video to learn more about this modern day wonder material.

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