Inflation chart for different tire sizes and CO2 sizes

CO2 cartridges are handy as they can get you back pedaling in no time after that unfortunate flat tire. But how much can they really inflate today’s big new tires?

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Enduro World Series: Graves, Ravanel score dominant wins

There was never much doubt about the final outcome. After sweeping the opening day’s stages, Jared Graves and Cecile Ravanel continued their dominance on day 2 of the Aspen-Snowmass stop of the Enduro World Series.

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Küat NV 2.0 Hitch Rack first look

Küat took the hitch rack world by storm when it was introduced many moons ago. But bikes have changed and they’ve learned a lot from customers. So the NV 2.0 is here with some significant improvements.

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Enduro World Series: Graves, Ravanel sweep opening day in Colorado

Jared Graves (Specialized) and Cecile Ravanel (Commencal Vallnord Enduro) each went 3-for-3, winning three stages apiece on day 1 of the Enduro World Series stop in Aspen-Snowmass, Colorado, on Saturday.

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Enduro World Series: Aspen extreme mega-gallery

The world’s best have descended on Aspen-Snowmass, Colorado, for the 5th stop of the Enduro World Series this weekend. After two days of hot and dusty practice, racing rolls Saturday morning with the first of six stages over two days. Check out this mega-gallery from the lead-up to this all-important race.

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Colorado Freeride Festival slopestyle course preview

Elevate Trail Building has done a heck of a job getting the Slopestyle Course Ready for the annual Colorado Freeride Festical. Here is a behind the scenes look and a first ride on the track.

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Singletrack 6: The final fantasy

After a night of well deserved rest, riders embarked on the final stage into Golden’s Moonrakers and CBT trail systems. Fast and flowy best describe the final course. Distance was 57km. Elevation gain was 1650 meters.

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Wolf Tooth GnarWolf chain guide first look

Wolf Tooth showed us their new chain guide called the GnarWolf. A lot of thought and engineering went into this device which is currently available in ISCG-05 mount for $64.95.

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Sailing the Scottish Isles in search of singletrack

Scott Bikes’ Trippin Fellaz take the sea to seek out new adventures on land. Press play to see how they fared.

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Singletrack 6: Discovering Golden

Day 5 of Singletrack 6 began in the heart of Kicking Horse Country, in Golden, BC. Serving as an access point to no less than six National Parks (Banff, Glacier, Kootenay, Jasper, Mt. Revelstoke, and Yoho), scenery and terrain are all-time.

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Crested Butte Chronicles: Time to tip your trail builder

Downed trees just don’t magically disappear in the spring, critical trail armor doesn’t fall off the armor tree, and drainage mitigation isn’t an act of God. That’s why it’s time we started all pitching in to pay for the places we love to ride (both at home and away).

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Salsa Redpoint 150mm FS first ride review

Bikepacking and adventure riding are in Salsa’s wheelhouse, but now they have a serious entry in the all mountain market. Mtbr rode their 150mm travel full suspension Redpoint on Northstar Bike Park’s rowdiest trails and came away smiling.

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Video: Bas van Steenbergen slays a slalom track

Bas van Steenbergen isn’t the most famous rider, but his bike handling skills are world class. Watch him put them to work as he rides this incredible slalom track.

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3 mistakes everyone makes when riding steeps

Steep tracks can be intimidating for even experienced riders. To make these tricky sections a little easier to clear, here are three common mistakes you should avoid.

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Singletrack 6: Killer trails in Kimberley

Stage 4 of the Singletrack 6 brought riders to Kimberley, BC, where they started and finished in the town Platzl in the heart of Kimberley. Total distance was 36km with 1250 meters of elevation gain.

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Salsa Woodsmoke first ride

Salsa introduced a lot of bikes this week with the Woodsmoke taking much of the mountain bike spotlight.

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Video: First time at Whistler Bike Park

Whistler Bike Park is hallowed ground indeed. But mingle in a first timer with riders who grew up there and you have a funny mix. If you’ve been there, you’ve thought about many of these quotes on your first visit.

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2017 NiteRider lights sneak peek

This coming night riding season, NiteRider is going to try and put lights on every bike on the road with absolutely compelling price points. And they’re going to entice trail riders with a 950 lumen self-contained trail light for just $100.

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Next Exit, Episode 1: Sun Valley, ID Mountain Biking

A steady evolution of mountain bike enthusiasts and committed community members has led to 400-plus miles of singletrack right out of town, lift accessed trails on Bald Mountain and the Ride Sun Valley Bike Festival.

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How To: Find the right tire pressure

Correct tire inflation creates maximum ground contact while limiting tire deflection. But what’s the right amount of air for you?

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SQlab partners with SKS USA, new saddles on way

The largest ergonomic saddle brand in Germany, SQlab is known for their unique Step Saddle and Active designs. In August they will be launching its new Ergowave saddles.

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Singletrack 6: The secret of Cranbrook is out

Surrounded by majestic peaks on all sides, Cranbrook is emerging as a new hot spot in Western Canada for killer mountain biking.

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Transition launches new Carbon Scout

The Transition Scout has the heart of a slopestyle bike and the pedigree of a trail bike. It’s one hell of a fun ride and it just got a whole lot lighter.

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Santa Cruz Bronson, 5010 and Tallboy 3 alloy bike weights

Santa Cruz recently launched alloy versions of their three most popular bikes. We stopped by their HQ in order to get some real world weights.

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Ryders Seventh veloPOLAR antiFOG sunglasses review

The ideal pair of bike riding sunglasses strikes an even balance between fit, function, and fashion. Find out how the Ryders Eyewear Seventh veloPOLAR antiFOG sunglasses measure up.

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