Bosch PowerTube 500 integrates eBike battery into frame


Bosch eBike Systems has introduced the PowerTube 500, a battery which can be integrated into the frame of the bicycle.

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2019 Specialized Stumpjumper launched


Specialized has redesigned the Stumpjumper for 2018, a bike that has been around since 1981. Did they address everything on your must have list? Read on to find out.

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2019 Specialized Stumpjumper first impressions


Mtbr spent three days shredding the trails in Ainsa, Spain, to find out if the new Specialized Stumpjumper lives up to the hype.

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GÜP KWIKI sealant and inflator


GÜP KWIKI is light weight, eco-friendly and is said to seal up-to a 4mm puncture, read more to find out if it’s too good to be true.

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Finding the Flow (Trail) – Riding Santa Cruz


The Loam Ranger rides the famous Flow Trail with BKXC, Alex Chamberlin and MTB Flowrider

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Finding Flow on a North Shore Classic


Jeff Kendal-Weed goes looking for flow in Vancouver, BC.

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Hardtails; more versatile than ever


From XC to Enduro, slack and long hardtails are taking the mountain back.

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Video: Kali Protectives – Behind the Mask with Jordie Lund


A new video series where team riders are tasked with making an edit that gets you stoked about riding but they only get 1 day to shoot and edit it

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New Terrene Chunk 2.6 trail tire for trail and enduro use


The Terrene Chunk 2.6” tire is designed around a wide variety of trail conditions and tested to ensure that it works in the real world.

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Video: Robin Wallner rips Santa Cruz on the Ripmo


The Ibis EWS Team descends on Santa Cruz for Ripmo testing and team building. He then used the bike for his best finish ever in an EWS race.

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Jamis Bikes releases new 3VO suspension platform


Jamis Bikes new 3VO design dropping at Sea Otter claims a unique instant center, center of curvature and axle path that is said to eliminate unwanted motion when pedaling.

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Yeti cycles releases trail capable and raceable SB100


Yeti’s new SB100 obscures the line between XC and Trail, utilizing a new Switch Infinity Mechanism repositioned and optimized specifically for this shorter-travel twenty-nine-inch wheel bike.

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Danny MacAskill and Claudio Caluori – Home of Trails


Claudio is at home on the steeps and used to taking sketchy lines but can he keep up with trials riding superstar Danny MacAskill?

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Cane Creek releases 29/27.5+ HELM fork


Cane Creek Cycling Components has announced the release of the highly anticipated 29/27.5+ version of the HELM suspension fork.

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Vincent Tupin 7 Peaks Riverstyle


There are few folks around that are as comfortable in snow as Vincent Tupin. Here he is with a massive ramp jump in Morgins.

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Fox updates category leading line-up for 2019


No other component group influences a bike purchaser’s decision as much as suspension. Now the brand preferred most by Mtbr readers is revamped and improved.

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RockShox updates to 2019 SID platform and releases TwistLoc lockout


Updated RockShox SID is ready to race; updated DebonAir spring, Charger 2 damper and sculpted magnesium dropouts. Plus TwistLoc for more barspace and response.

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RockShox Pike vs. Fox 34 – Similarities and differences


World Wide Cyclery shows us the similarities and differences between the 2018 Fox 34 and RockShox Pike forks.

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Mountain biker dies on Auburn, CA trail


A mountain bike rider collapsed at the top of one of the more challenging climbs on this trail.

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Endura SingleTrack III shorts review


Armor-friendly and tough, but lightweight enough for day-long forays into high country, SingleTrack IIIs are as happy at a bike park as on a bikepacking adventure, exhibiting the broad range desired by riders who want to do more things with the bike.

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Goodyear launches new line of bicycle tires


Best known for its promotional blimps and extensive line of automotive tires, Goodyear has joined other major tire manufacturers by introducing a line of tires for the two-wheel, human-powered set.

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What you need to know about MTB specific glasses


From Protection to Prizm, sunglass technology has come a long way. Rob from SportRX walks us through how to choose the best glasses for your riding needs

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Trek Full Stache first look


Trek has unveiled a new trail bike with 130mm of front and rear travel and other unique design elements that take the capability of 29-plus tires to the next level.

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How to ride hip jumps on your mountain bike


Whether it’s a long low step down or a tall booter that sends you sky high, hip jumps are insanely fun to hit on your mountain bike. But the move also requires some skill.

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Danny MacAskill’s custom Santa Cruz trials bike


The in-house composites lab at Santa Cruz was initially set up for their Reserve wheels program, but then it got put to use building one very special bike.

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POC Coron Air Carbon SPIN helmet debuts


POC has launched the Coron Air Carbon SPIN, calling the new brain protector a highly ventilated and lightweight DH and enduro specific full-face helmet.

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GoPro launches $199 Hero POV camera


New budget friendly POV camera features waterproof housing, LCD touch screen display, user voice control, and image stabilization.

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Riding Scott’s TwinLoc Remote Suspension System


Video takes a look into the world of suspension settings, adjustable geometry, frequency of use, and ultimately how that all translates to the ride.

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7mesh to sponsor Sam Schultz


Schultz is forging a new path that keeps the love for the ride burning strong while stepping back from the start line, and 7mesh Apparel has announced that it will be part of this journey.

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Specialized Power Arc Pro saddle review


Building on Specialized’s popular Power saddle line, the Power Arc Pro shape differs from the original with a rounded, more peaked cross-section.

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Mtbr Spring Mountain Bike Survey


Help us understand bike trends and brands better by taking our survey!

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5 easy (and cheap) tips for shooting POV video


Jeff Lenosky has been shooting mountain bike videos for his Trail Boss series for a little over two years. Along the way he’s learned a few things about shooting quality POV footage on the trail.

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Hill and Ravanel conquer Colombian jungle


Round two of the Enduro World Series may have been a completely new venue, but it offered up some familiar themes: mud, rain, and Sam Hill and Cecile Ravanel on the top steps of the podium.

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How to: Progress from table tops to gap jumps


Hitting jumps is one of the most fun things about mountain biking. But progressing from table tops to gaps is daunting, especially as the consequences of not clearing the landing get more serious.

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Bike fit: Crank arm length, motion capture, and more


Each individual has their own set of limitations and strengths that a professional fitter can diagnose.

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Is bike fit beneficial for mountain bikers?


Bike shops across the country offer fitting services starting as low as $50 and reaching as high as $300. The best boast motion capture analysis, saddle mapping, and live tracking. But will this translate to gains off road?

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Salsa Salt Flat carbon flat bar review


The Salsa Salt Flat carbon bar is a solid option for those looking to shed some bike weight.

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Mountain biker ignites forest fire in Austria


A mountain biker riding trails in Nüziders, Austria, started a fire while resting during a downhill descent.

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Splat: March crash video compilation


The good news is that none of these riders were seriously injured – and the commentary is hilarious. The bad news is… ouch.

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Colombia to make Enduro World Series debut


The Enduro World Series stays in South America for round No. 2, but this time the dust of the Chilean Andes is replaced by the tropical rainforest of the Colombian mountains.

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Video: Jeff Kendall-Weed shreds on the new Ibis Ripmo


Watch Jeff Kendall-Weed shred Los Angeles and the San Gabriel range on his new Ibis Ripmo long travel 29er.

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Top 5 mountain bike trails from around the world


Five best trails in the world? There’s certainly no right answer. But it’s a fun game to play. Watch this video and then tell us your top 5.

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Bell releasing limited edition custom helmets


Bell Helmets has announced its new MTB partnership with Fasthouse by releasing a limited edition line of mountain bike helmets for Spring 2018.

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Ibis Ripmo video and Q&A


Mtbr has been riding the Ripmo for a couple weeks now despite a very rainy March in Northern California. Our biggest revelation is that it’s a very compelling package that does many things very well.

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Santa Cruz Bronson damaged by ax up for sale


We don’t know the whole story but this caught our attention today. A mountain biker from Central New Jersey put his bike up for sale, a beautiful green carbon fiber Santa Cruz Bronson.

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2018 Rocky Mountain Thunderbolt debuts


Key changes to the new carbon frame are an increase in rear travel to 130mm, plus increases to stiffness and a lowering of the shock rate curve.

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Sweet Protection 2018 MTB apparel and helmets


Norwegian maker of bike, ski and whitewater equipment is starting to come on strong in the U.S. market.

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How to: Do dirt jump tricks on the trail


Follow along with Blake Samson as he shows you how, and more importantly where, you can add slopestyle panache to your next ride on home trails.

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Enduro World Series mega-gallery


Expansive photo gallery captures the test of mettle that was Enduro World Series Round No. 1 in Chile.

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Hill, Ravanel tame Chilean anti-grip at EWS opener


Reaching altitudes of 11,000 feet, the loose, dusty trails caught out even the most calculated of riders. But the two usual suspects kept doing what they do.

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