Teenager builds bicycle trailer, founds lawn mowing empire

The news is filled with heart-wrenching stories, so how about a feel good story about a kid, his home built bike trailer, and dreaming big.

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Here’s how to cruise your neighborhood to build skills and have fun

Riding around the streets looking for lines and practicing tricks may not come naturally to those who didn’t grow up riding BMX, but it’s a great skill builder and a fun way to mix things.

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That roof rack is destroying your fuel economy

Roof racks are undeniably convenient, but a new study reveals just how much they can affect gas mileage and increase your bill at the pump.

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Meet the guy bringing Orange Bikes back to the United States

After a long hiatus, Orange Bikes are now available for sale in the United States. Find out how it happened and how they’re planning to grow in our interview with their new distributor.

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Ritchey WCS Carbon Trail Flat +/-5mm bar review

Ritchey’s WCS Carbon Trail Flat bar offers light weight and a good width for XC and trail riders. Learn more in our full review.

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Bryn Atkinson: Don’t Tell Anyone I’m on a 29er

The perception that 29” wheels are somehow inferior for getting shreddy is a myth – one that should have been dispelled years ago. Don’t believe us? Then watch this video.

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Video: Trail builders and their trails

Hear about the special bond between trail builder and trail in this latest edit from the Crested Butte-based crew at Matchstick Productions.

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Snapshot: Squamish, BC mountain biking with Reuben Krabbe

Squamish is experiencing rapid growth as a premier mountain biking destination. Here is a glimpse of what makes the town tick and what the future holds.

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Thule T2 Pro hitch rack system

Thule made some key changes to accommodate the growing array of plus and fat tires. They also made the rack a lot easier to fold up and tilt down.

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Magura unveils inverted Boltron e-bike fork

Magura’s latest offering is an inverted suspension fork designed in conjunction with motocross suspension expert WP that is specifically for ebikes.

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Rude and Ravanel crush all comers at latest EWS

By the end of the first day of racing at the latest Enduro World Series race, Yeti rider Richie Rude had pulled away from the world’s best riders by over a minute. Click through to watch how he did it.

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2017 Alpinestars protection and clothing

Alpinestars continues its march in to mountain bike clothing and protection with the same mantra. Offer great styling with top-notch quality at a reasonable price.

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Orbea Alma XC race bike first look

While most XC race bikes are getting slacker and more trail worthy, Orbea’s latest remains a purebred XC whippet.

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Contest: Win a Framed Marquette Alloy mountain bike

Enter to win a Marquette Plus mountain bike from Framed Bikes kitted with 27.5×3″ tires, SRAM GX drivetrain and a RockShox Reba fork worth $1900!

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2017 Trek Slash 29er first look

Trek proudly showed us its newest Enduro racing bike, the Slash 29er sporting 150mm of rear travel. It had to be carbon and had to have 29er wheels to put forward their best effort in the category.

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Hunt For Glory: The legend of Nino Schurter

With a record tying five world championship titles to his name, Nino Schurter has taken his place alongside Julien Absalon as one of the greatest mountain bike racers of all time. In this latest episode of Scott’s Hunt For Glory video series, it is Schurter’s competition who tries to put into context the Swiss rider’s many achievements.

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Organic Growth: The Coastal Crew all grown up

Over the years, the Coastal Crew has evolved from building sketchy senders in the woods to becoming of the world’s’ premier bike park builders and MTB film makers. Have a look at their latest edit.

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Cane Creek mobile app aids in suspension set-up

Owners of the Cane Creek Double Barrel rear shock have a new set-up tool in the palm of their hands. DIALED, now available for iOS and Android users, is a free mobile application that turns a smart phone into a suspension guru.

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City of Santa Cruz creates new online bike registration program

The Santa Cruz Police department just launched a new online bike registration system that’s free! It’s also accessible to police departments throughout California. Have you registered your bike?

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BC Bike Race Diary: Wrapping it up in Whistler

Read the final entry of our racer’s diary from the BC Bike Race. A bitter sweet end to an amazing adventure that will leave you wanting to return for more.

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The ultimate mountain bike shuttle vehicle

With all due respect to your shuttle vehicle of choice, we guarantee it has nothing on this bad boy. Meet the DWT Downhill (and uphill) Assault Vehicle.

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Review: Blackburn Central 700 Front

Blackburn delivers a self-contained light with a very useable dual beam pattern. It features a GoPro compatible mount too.

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Guerrilla Gravity Trail Pistol 120mm bike debuts

Colorado based Guerrilla Gravity has just rolled out a new edition to its growing line-up of trail-friendly bikes. The new Trail Pistol comes in “Crush Mode” and “Plush Mode”, which is achieved via a shock mounted flip chip that optimizes the geometry and suspension for 29” wheel “crushing” or 27.5+ “plushness.”

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Senator introduces human-powered wilderness travel bill

In a move that’s being trumpeted by some as a measure that could lead to better trail access for mountain bikers, Senator Mike Lee (R-Utah) has introduced the Human-Powered Travel in Wilderness Areas Act.

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Rémy Métailler rides Cam McCaul’s river gap, buzzes kayakers

When Cam McCaul threw a tailwhip over a huge river gap back in 2008 for NWD 9, it was one of the sickest tricks ever filmed in MTB history. So how does Remy Metailler plan to up the ante?

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