First Look: GoPro HERO4 Session

In an effort to make their POV cameras more a part of heoric and mundane activities, GoPro has shrunk the HERO4 to the size of an ice cube. The form factor is much smaller now as most settings and control are handed off to a smart phone.

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First Look: Felt Fat Cruisers

Fat bike tires breath new life into Felt’s line of cruisers for sand, snow, pavement or dirt. Check out the Speedway, the Float and El Niño.

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7 Bikes for 7 Wonders: Columbia River Gorge

Scenic waterfalls cascading down steep cliffs, amazing long distance views, wine production, craft beer, and superb cycling are just a fraction of the Columbia River Gorge experience.

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SCOTT launches 27.5 Plus bikes

SCOTT Sports erases any doubt of whether a major European manufacturer will jump on the Plus sized bikes for 2016. They answer with a resounding ‘YES’ as they introduce five new 27.5+ bikes.

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Shimano ups shoe game with 18 new offerings

Though best known as a component maker, Shimano now has 71 shoe models, including 18 new pairs across a number of categories. Here are some of the highlights.

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Travelogue Oregon: Finding bicycling bliss in the Wallowas

Majestic mountain range offers endless opportunities for adventurous cyclists — or just about any other type of outdoors enthusiast.

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Special 25th Anniversary GT Zaskar Carbon Announced for 2016

The legendary GT Zaskar is back for 2016 with special 25th Anniversary carbon versions as well as 4 alloy models.

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Crankbrothers releases limited edition M-Series tools

Tool time is getting a little more colorful thanks to the crew at Crankbrothers. This summer the California company is offering its three most popular multi-tools in four limited edition colors.

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First Look: 2016 Specialized Camber

The Camber has upped its climbing prowess with the integration of the new Brain rear shock and the RockShox RS-1 fork. But does it come at the expense of descending ability?

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Tech Talk: The importance of stack and reach

Understand what they refer to, and see why they can be the best way to tinker with geometry on your current bike.

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7 Bikes for 7 Wonders: The Wallowas

Spectacular and varied terrain with Old West heritage offers myriad cycling possibilities.

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First Look: Motobecane Sturgis and NightTrain titanium fat bikes

Known for bikes that should cost double given the component specs, Motobecane once again delivers, this time in the titanium fat bike arena. The Sturgis and NightTrain fat bikes deliver well executed titanium frames with the the right build.

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Video: Mountain biking in Puy du Fou

French mountain bike film maker Quentin Chaumy was given the opportunity to film at Puy du Fou and he took full advantage. Puy du Fou is a medieval theme park that brings in about 1.5 million visitors a year, making it one of the most popular attractions in France.

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Video: Leigh Donovan offers 10 videos to improve skills

Are you self-taught like most mountain bikers? Leigh Donovan believes there is a much better way to learn and here is a video sampling of her advice.

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Review: Pearl Izumi MTB WRX Jacket, Elevate Shorts, WxB MTB Shoe Cover

Colorado-based apparel maker is better known for its road apparel, but it’s upping its game in the fat tire arena as well.

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Travelogue Oregon: The challenge of the Painted Hills

A pair of stiff climbs, extended time on lonely roads, and breathtaking (and colorful) geologic wonders punctuate the ride through the Painted Hills.

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Video: Enduro2 showcases new 2-person race format

Three-day event in French Alps has over 39,000 feet of descending — and a ton of amazing trails and off-the-charts scenery.

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Video: Guatemala Adventure with Hans Rey and Tom Oehler

Fresh from mountain bike legend Hans Rey comes this edit featuring Tom Oehler and himself exploring the Highlands of Guatemala in Central America.

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ASS Does Downieville: More to Downieville than Butcher and Pauley

Downieville Classic downhill and cross-country routes barely scratch surface of region’s expansive ride opportunities.

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First Look: RockShox Lyrik and Yari forks

Expanding the sweet spot of their single-crown, 35mm platform, the Lyric has been stiffened up and longer travel options have been introduced. The Yari fork is introduced with even more travel options and a more affordable price.

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Review: Gore Bike Wear ALP-X PRO Outfit System

Gore Bike Wear’s award-winning jersey and baggie-bib short combo designed for variety of riding conditions. See if they live up to that do-it-all billing.

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BC Bike Race 2015: Day 7

The Ultimate Singletrack Experience wraps in Whistler, with Uhl breaking the Canadian hold on the men’s solo and Nash sealing the women’s solo win with a flawless performance.

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7 Bikes for 7 Wonders: Painted Hills

Pedaling along the winding roads that traverse Oregon’s Painted Hills is like riding back in time. And now you could own the perfect bike for this colorful adventure.

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BC Bike Race 2015: Day 5 and 6

Texan Uhl storms the North Shore while Andreane Lanthier Nadeau find a podium step behind Nash and Barclay.

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First Look: Orbea Occam 27.5 and 29er trail bikes

Known for lust-worthy road bikes, Orbea broke the mtb ice last year with the rowdy, enduro-ready Rallon. With everything they learned about mtb geometry, they merged that with their carbon expertise to create the trail ready Occam.

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