DVO Topaz T3 Air shock review


Piggyback all-mountain shock with coil-like performance signals more competent players in the mountain bike suspension game. And healthy competition is good for everyone — especially riders.

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Sensus Lite Grips review


Lock-on grips that offer great grip and a measure of vibration damping, which is what matters most when you’re hurtling yourself through rowdy rock gardens with reckless abandon.

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Lord of the Squirrels is Whistler’s best kept secret


Whistler may be world famous for it’s bike park, but it’s the trails away from the lift lines that many enjoy most.

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Video: 10 more hacks from Seth


From tubeless sealant to nutrition, Seth covers a wide array of useful and cheap hacks for mountain bikers.

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Art and mountain biking collide in beautiful edit


Micayla Gatto mixes her passion for mountain bike and art in this mind bending edit.

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How to build a better mountain biker


Come along as this newbie rider takes a daylong skills clinic and learns what it is and what it isn’t.

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Rotor challenges prevailing hub technology with RVOLVER


New tech utilizes radial pawls in the freehub body that engage a floating ratchet ring with a less than 15° engagement angle to react instantly to pedaling force without losing velocity.

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Stan’s Podium SRD, Sentry MK3, Baron MK3, Major MK3


In the flurry of tradeshow season, the pied pipers of all things tubeless has introduced a new racing specific carbon wheelset, plus more premium alloy wheels and rim options.

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This pole snapped Greg Minnaar’s Santa Cruz V10


The post that broke Greg Minnaar’s Santa Cruz V10 wasn’t small. Click through to get a better feel for its size and see the damage it caused.

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Eurobike mega photo gallery


As usual at Eurobike there was much to see, including some very interesting takes on what the modern bicycle is or may become. Click through to see what we mean.

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Bontrager’s debuts Flatline Shoes, New Rally MIPS helmet


While Bontrager makes some of our favorite tires, the brand does far more than cycling components. They also produce shoes and helmets.

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WTB’s new Koda is made for all shredders (but mostly women)


The new Koda was designed as a high performance women’s saddle, but it’s similarities to the Volt have made it a favorite among men and women.

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Fezzari extends lifetime warranty to all frames


Direct-to-consumer bike seller Fezzari has announced it is improving on its No-Risk Just Ride Guarantee by extending a lifetime warranty on all frames purchased after August 28, 2017.

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FSA cranks go modular, Afterburner wheels get WideR


FSA has a new modular style crank that can be quickly converted between different axle standards and drivetrain configurations. They also have an affordable new alloy wheelset with a wide rim.

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Contest: Win 1 of 3 Knog PWR Prize Packs


Enter to win 1 of 3 Knog PWR prize packs. Includes new PWR Road and PWR Trail bike lights, plus helmet mount. Valued at over $250!

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Fox releases limited run of race-edition 36 forks


Lusting after one of those orange pro-edition forks from Fox? Now is your chance.

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10 Seth bike hacks for mountain biking and beyond


Seth is a great curator of bike hacks as he sorts out the good from the bad. Skip the gels and grab some honey.

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The 43 most innovative products from Eurobike


For 2017, the Eurobike trade show received more than 450 applications for their coveted Eurobike Awards. From there a panel of six judges selected 43 winning products, including 11 gold award winners.

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How much do world’s best cyclists earn?


How much does it pay to be the world’s best? If you’re Lebron James, that number hovers around $88 million a year. But what about the top pro cyclists?

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Spank launches ‘innovation in rim engineering’


With 15 years of know-how in rim and wheel design and manufacturing, Spank Industries is releasing what it’s calling, “One of the biggest innovations in rim and wheel development in recent years.”

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Privateer versus factory life on the EWS


What’s the difference between privateer and factory life on the EWS? Find out in this episode of On Track with Curtis Keene.

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Pivot celebrates 10 with anniversary edition Mach 5.5


To celebrate turning ten, Pivot has released a head turning limited edition version of the Mach 5.5.

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Pivot Shuttle e-bike introduced


We’ve often wondered who would be the first among the boutique brands to offer an e-bike. Our questions have been answered as Chris Cocalis of Pivot designed a very intriguing machine.

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Why you may never need to bunnyhop your bike again


In 1997, Jeff Lenosky set the world record for bunnyhopping a mountain bike. But Jeff says there’s an easier way to get up and over obstacles on the trail — the punch.

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New ENVE M Series MTB wheels roll out


Highly-regarded carbon wheel maker ENVE has launched its new M Series, featuring new technology that promises to all but eliminate pinch flats.

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Terrene Cake Eater studdable fat bike tire launched


Terrene Tires has released its sixth tire model. The Cake Eater is a versatile, fast-rolling, studdable fat bike tire.

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How (not) to cross a railroad track


This section of railroad track took out over fifty cyclists during a two month period.

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Life on a bike with Tracy Moseley


How does one of the greatest mountain bikers of all time stay driven?

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MRP Ribbon Coil fork launched


Coil fork features MRP’s highly-regarded Ramp Control feature, a speed-sensitive ending-stroke adjustment that allows the rider to tune preferred amount of bottom-out support with the simple twist of a knob.

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Santa Cruz Bicycles Mother Lode Epic race report


Two days before the eclipse, the inaugural Santa Cruz Bicycles Mother Lode Epic was held on trails just outside of Sacramento, California. The event brought to life a new format of cross country racing

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Evil Following gets updated ‘More Better’er’ geo


The Following is one our favorite short travel 29er. For 2018, it’s received a number of updates to make it “more better’er,” including plus compatibility.

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Rocky Mountain Instinct, Instinct BC, and Pipeline revised


Rocky Mountain’s new Instinct serves as the platform for three different bikes. Which version is up your alley?

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Nino Schurter completes perfect World Cup season


Nino Schurter just completed a 6-for-6 sweep of the season series, a feat never before achieved in XC racing.

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e*thirteen TRS+ 9-46T 11-speed cassette review


Intrigued by SRAM Eagle’s range but don’t want to upgrade your entire drivetrain? E*thirteen’s new TRS+ cassette delivers a wider range, weighs less, and won’t break your bank account.

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2018 Specialized Enduro: longer, adjustable geo, new spec


For 2018, the Specialized Enduro doesn’t look that different, but the Big Red S has lengthened the reach, integrated a hidden flip chip, and added some clever new spec features.

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The reigning U.S. national XC champ has a real job


Erin Huck, the current U.S. national cross-country champion and winner of the recently wrapped Breck Epic stage race also has a “real job” as a project manager for a medical device company. This is her story.

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10 best GoPro hacks


GoPros are expensive little devices that don’t do much unless you play and experiment with them for your application. Luckily, others have spent hundreds of hours experimenting so let’s learn from them.

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2018 Transition Bikes line-up unveiled


For model year 2018, the Patrol, Scout, and Smuggler get major geometry tweaks, and welcome a new bike to the stable, the Sentinel 29er with 160mm front and 140mm rear travel.

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Inside line on Norco’s new women’s bikes


Norco is jumping into the women’s MTB market with a full range of bikes at multiple price points. Mtbr sat down with the brand’s marketing supervisor to learn more.

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Hope HB160 prototype bike comes to market


Hope’s radical new all-mountain bike doesn’t adhere to any industry standards. Click through to find out what makes it so special (and what it will cost).

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Val di Sole World Cup DH course preview


It’s the last race of the season. Here’s Claudio Caluori’s POV footage with guest star Ed Masters.

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2017 World Whip Off Championships


Want to win a full Spank cockpit, pedal and wheelset? Watch the 2017 Official World Whip Off Championships, then vote for your three favorite whips.

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Woom 3 kid’s bike review


With the primary goal of helping kids discover the joy of riding bikes, Woom offers some of (if not the) lightest little people bikes on the market.

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Art’s Cyclery Bike Check: Mark’s Yeti SB5


With a recent history of owning long travel bikes and spending weekends ripping the local moto track, Mark was ready for something different.

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Crankbrothers Stamp flat pedal family expanded


Crankbrothers is expanding it’s popular new line of Stamp pedals to include four different price points, ranging from $80 to $300.

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Updated Race Face SIXC handlebar & Atlas wheels debut


The Race Face SIXC carbon bars are among our favorite. For 2017, they’ve received an update that makes them even wider. The Canadian brand is also launching a new Atlas wheelset targeted at park riders.

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Industry Nine Grade300 wheelset ready for park laps


Don’t trust carbon? Industry Nine’s new Grade300 wheelset features a new alloy rim that’s designed to take a beating.

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Haro MTB’s Basecamp Chronicles: Day Three


In the final episode of the Haro MTB Basecamp Chronicles come along for the ride as Ryan Nyquist launches to a third place finish at the main event at Crankwork, Joyride.

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POC SPIN is MIPS safety tech competitor


POC brought MIPS to the mountain bike market back in 2008. They still believe strongly in the technology, but have developed their own version which they say increases comfort and reduces complexity.

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Haro MTB’s Basecamp Chronicles: Day Two


In episode No. 2 of the Haro MTB’s Basecamp Chronicles, Ryan Nyquist walks us through his brand new Haro bike — and explains the finer points of the brake check handshake.

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