Video: 2015 Mavic Trans-Provence Day 5

Another 13,000 feet of descending in the French Alps.

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Tech Talk: Boost 148 explained

By now you have heard about the new Boost 148 and 110 hub standards. But what exactly are they and what do they mean to you?

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Video: 2015 Mavic Trans-Provence Day 4

Red dirt adventures high in the French Alps.

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Video: Jeff Kendell-Weed shreds the Pacific Northwest

Three fun-filled day exploring some of Washington’s most iconic mountain bike trails.

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ASS Does Downieville: Broken bars, busted wheels, bruised egos

The Angry Singlespeeder checks in from his summer home to report on a weekend filled with wrecked equipment, stitches, and a big fall off a steep cliff.

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Video: 2015 Mavic Trans-Provence Day 3

Day 3 packs a powerful punch with 10,528 feet of descending in the rugged French Alps.

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Pivot Cycles announces new Mach 429 Trail

Pivot’s all new Mach 429 Trail combines two of their most popular models to create a trail bike that handles beyond its 116mm of travel.

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Video: 2015 Mavic Trans-Provence Day 2

The epic times in the French Alps continue.

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Travelogue Oregon: Sweet singletrack at Smith Rock

Come along for a ride at Oregon’s famed (and formidable) Smith Rock State Park, where Mother Nature has crafted a true mountain biking utopia.

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Video: 2015 Mavic Trans-Provence Day 1

Check out this video recap of opening stage action from this multi-day enduro in the French Alps. Looks kind of fun…

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Video: 2015 Mavic Trans-Provence Prologue

Bucket list enduro race kicks off on rugged slopes of French Alps.

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7 Bikes for 7 Wonders: Smith Rock

Smith Rock will always be best known as the birthplace of American sport climbing. But the area is an all-around outdoor adventurer’s playground — especially if you ride bikes.

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Outerbike Whistler: Hot bikes, amazing trails, good times

Consumer-facing trade show in B.C. wonderland serves up biking bliss with hundreds of demo bikes, and access to the world’s most famous bike park.

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The Angry Singlespeeder: Singlespeeds aren’t dead. They just smell funny.

The ASS’s fellow scribe and mountain biking buddy Eric McKeegan said “singlespeeds = dead”. According to Eric, what used to be a thriving tribe of counterculture misfits is misfits no more. They’ve moved on. The ASS retorts “Singlespeeds aren’t dead. They just smell funny.”

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Travelogue Oregon: Laughing outloud at Sandy Ridge

Combine beautifully built mountain bike specific trails with an easy to tackle return-to-the-top climb, and you have the perfect recipe for dirty two-wheeled fun.

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Lily follow-me camera drone flies itself

The Lily drone is the coolest POV drone to be announced to date. And it seems to have some mountain bike applications in open spaces.

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Factory Tour: Hope Tech

Peter Szwed Szwedowski got a first-hand look at how Hope Tech products are created and he shares it with us in this story. The Hope Tech headquarters is a sprawling facility where they not only design the products but they manufacture them as well from start to finish.

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Video: Aaron Gwin winning chainless run in 2015 Leogang World Cup DH

Aaron Gwin snapped his chain at the start of a pedally World Cup downhill race. What ensued was one the most thrilling and flawless runs in mountain bike downhill history.

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7 Bikes for 7 Wonders: Mt. Hood

Wolfhound Cycles built the perfect bike for riding the trails that crisscross the slopes of Oregon’s tallest mountain.

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Tech Talk: Front and rear MTB tire combinations

Tires are a critical ingredient in your bike’s performance recipe, ranking just below suspension design and components in terms of impact. So how do you pick the best tires for your bike and needs?

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Trail Report: Oakridge, Oregon

From fast and flowy, to techy and tough, Oakridge, Oregon has it all. Here’s an extensive guide to the best trails, events, food and lodging the area has to offer.

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ASS Does Downieville: Bear chasing and more from MTB Mecca

The Angry Singlespeeder checks in from his summer haunt in Downieville, California, with tales of bears, rampage and romance.

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Sneak Peek: Praxis Works wide range 11-40 10-speed MTB cassette

There is a market for 1×10 drivetrain systems but riders often run out of low gears. So they slap on aftermarket 42 tooth cogs, but there is some compromise in shifting. Praxis aims to solve that with their 11-40 10-speed cog.

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Oregon launches 7 Bikes for 7 Wonders Scavenger Hunt

To celebrate the 7 Wonders of Oregon, Travel Oregon asked seven of the best bike builders in the state to build seven one-of-a-kind hand-built bicycles, one for each of the Wonders. Now those bikes are going to be hidden at their Wonder for anyone to find, own and ride a part of Oregon.

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Video: Bell Built $100k winner announced

The three 2015 Bell Built finalist has been announced. Check out the winner and the finalists.

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