Look X-Track pedals launched


Look has unveiled a new line of pedals dubbed X-Track. Primary design drivers were increased contact surface, low weight, and ease of entry and release, especially in muddy conditions.

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Curtis Keene and the Rules of Enduro


Press play to find out about Curtis Keene’s comeback, the amazing Sam Hill, and suspension choice in this fascinating look inside the world of enduro racing at the highest level.

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Ibis Mojo HD4 review (updated)


The much-loved enduro-slaying Ibis Mojo HD3 has gotten a makeover for 2017. Now appropriately dubbed the Mojo HD4, the just released rig is even slacker — and more capable — than before.

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TRP unveils new product focused website


Well-regarded component maker TRP has launched a new website, which now includes video content, more detailed product descriptions, and enhanced images.

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Mavic’s 2018 mountain bike range unveiled


Highlighted by the new Deemax Pro wheelset that Sam Hill rode to the Enduro World Series overall title, Mavic’s 2018 U.S. mountain bike range is an impressive collection.

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Bell All-Stars Video: John Tomac


The latest Bell All-Stars storytelling installment is out and it’s a good one. The video, feature story, and photo gallery celebrate iconic cycling champion and arguably the greatest mountain bike racer of all time, John Tomac.

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Todd Wells retires from racing


One of America’s top cross country and cyclocross pros is hanging up his race bikes. Durango, Colorado-resident Todd Wells, 41, announced this week that he’s retiring from racing.

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Time Speciale 12 enduro pedals launched


Time has been making mountain bike pedals for years if not decades. Who among us hasn’t spent at least some time on their ATAC set-up. Well, now they’re getting into the enduro game with the new Speciale 12.

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Video: A day on (the Transition) Patrol


Come along for the ride as rippers Kyle Young and Skye Schillhammer romp around the snow covered woods near B.C.’s famed Retallck Lodge.

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Video: Casey Brown journeys deep into B.C. wilderness


Beneath the staggering peaks and glacial formations of British Columbia’s most rugged mountains, rustic trails and massive granite slabs are revealed as the snow melts for a few short months each year.

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Rocky Mountain Element BC Edition review


Rocky Mountain’s new Element BC Edition is an XC race bike that’s fully embraced the benefits of trail-oriented geometry and components.

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Showers Pass IMBA Jacket unveiled


Showers Pass has launched the Men’s and Women’s IMBA Jacket, the first product released in conjunction with their partnership with the International Mountain Bicycling Association.

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Curtis Keene’s Specialized Enduro 29er race bike


Curtis Keene has ridden some of the best looking bikes on the EWS this year. For the final race of the season, Specialized built him this showstopper.

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9point8 Fall Line Dropper now available in 34.9mm


Canada based 9point8 have rolled out a 34.9mm version of its popular Fall Line dropper post — and it’s not super heavy.

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Jeff Lenosky Trail Boss Series heads to Pisgah


The Jeff Lenosky Trail Boss Series is back, this time coming from his favorite place to ride in North America, North Carolina’s Pisgah National Forest. The challenge: Bennett Gap.

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Santa Cruz Aluminum Nomad Review


Always dreamed of owning a Nomad but couldn’t afford the price of admission? Santa Cruz recently dropped an alloy version and complete builds start at just $3,600. Here’s how it stacks up against its carbon counterpart.

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Pivot Mach 6 Carbon and Aluminum released


With its new, slacker, 65.75 degree head angle, steep 74 degree seat angle, and Pivot’s long travel, downhill-influenced linkage, the 155mm travel Mach 6 Carbon is specifically designed for enduro racers.

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Contest: Win a Complete Pactimo Cool Weather MTB Kit


Enter to win a Complete MTB Kit from Pactimo! Total value $615.00!

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Downieville Downhill Now Boasts 7,000 Vertical Feet of Descending


After nearly a decade of work, this weekend marks the grand opening of nine new miles of bike-legal singletrack and 1,500 extra vertical feet of non-motorized descent.

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Cody Kelley’s Yeti SB5.5 enduro bike


Cody Kelley is fast becoming a popular name in enduro due to his killer style, flowing locks, and infectious good humor. Here’s a close look at this race bike of choice.

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Sam Hill takes Enduro World Series overall crown


At the EWS finals, all eyes were focused on the battle for the men’s title, with a fight between Aussie Sam Hill and young Frenchman Adrien Dailly on tap. In the end, Hill took the crown.

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Danny MacAskill smashes wheels to prove point


Santa Cruz Reserve wheels can now be bought separately for any boost-compatible 27.5 or 29er bike. To celebrate, the California-based company had a little video making fun with Danny MacAskill.

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Marin Hawk Hill review


While we all enjoy reading about the latest carbon fiber super bikes, the truth is most of us can’t afford to drop five grand on a new rig. The Hawk Hill is a $1500 trail bike that delivers serious performance.

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Maxxis rider Mason Bond in Connected Series


Fluid and playful riding style allows Pivot-Reynolds team rider to jib trail features, roost corners, or set up a photo-of-the-day drift depending on whether he’s racing the clock or styling for the camera.

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Robin Wallner’s Ibis Mojo HD4 enduro bike


Robin Wallner is a former World Cup DH pro who recently made the jump to enduro. In his second season, he’s been consistently pushing into the top 10. Here’s a look at his Ibis Mojo HD4.

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Vittoria 2018 tires sneak peek


Vittoria continues to invest in the their mountain bike offerings. Here’s some highlights from the growing brand.

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Video: Welcome to Skidsville. Population: all of us.


There’s a reason we all love bikes. Because bikes are awesome. This video is an emphatic declaration of dedication to the wonders of two wheels. Welcome to Skidsville. Population: all of us.

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Ghost Kato FS 5 review


This playful 130mm travel 27.5 trail bike is one heck of a deal, but it’s also held back some by odd component spec choices and some dated geometry.

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12 exciting new bike tools from Interbike


Looking to upgrade your home, work, or travel tool kit? Here are 12 exciting new tools from the Interbike trade show in Las Vegas.

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Enduro World Series prepares for Grand Finale


The Enduro World Series will once more crown its champions in Italy at the Bluegrass Finalenduro powered by SRAM in Finale Ligure where Sam Hill and Adrien Daily will do battle for the men’s overall series title.

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Diamondback Release Carbon launched


Diamondback’s popular 27.5 Release trail bike is now available in carbon. The direct-to-consumer seller will be offering two stock builds of the 150mm front/130mm rear travel rig. Full spec and pricing details here.

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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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