What the hell is Bike Parkour?

Tim Knoll is the Danny MacAskill of the flatland world. What elevates his riding to the next level is his creative use of ordinary objects to perform extraordinary tricks.

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Does Copper Harbor have the best riding in the midwest?

Michigan’s Copper Harbor was once home to booming mining and logging industries. These days, the community has reinvented itself as a mountain bike destination.

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Chromag Fubar OSX 35 800mm alloy handlebar review

The Fubar OSX 35′s are responsive without being jarring, competitive in weight and price with other top brand’s alloy bars, and offer plenty of length for customization.

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Inside Julbo, France’s largest eyewear manufacturer

Julbo is an iconic mountaineering brand, but only recently started to develop products for cycling. To find out how their technology crosses over to two wheels, Mtbr visited their headquarters (and playground) in the French Alps.

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Outerbike Test Sessions: Salsa Woodsmoke

Salsa’s 29er with plus sized wheels and clever rear dropouts bucks is a bit of a head scratcher.

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Crankbrothers Highline dropper post review

If you’re in the market for a new dropper and can live with 125mm of travel, this post is certainly worth considering. And if something does go wrong, there’s a 3-year warranty backing you up.

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Watch Dan Atherton rip his newest creation

While Rachel and Gee Atherton get the majority of the attention for their work on the World Cup Circuit, Dan has steadily built a reputation for being one of the world’s best trail builders. Don’t believe us? Then click through to check out his latest.

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Outerbike Test Sessions: Turner RFX

Carbon frame, 27.5 wheels, and 160mm of trail taming suspension. But does it outpace other offerings from the Outerbike Test Sessions?

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On Track with Curtis Keene, The Final Destination

On Track is our favorite EWS web series. This season wraps up (quite fittingly) in Finale with a series of historical firsts.

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Outerbike Test Sessions: Transition Patrol Carbon

Transition’s big bike offering has 155mm of rear travel, a long front center, slack head angle, and one very plush ride.

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Outerbike Test Sessions: Rocky Mountain Slayer

The Rocky Mountain Slayer is back with a full carbon frame, 27.5 wheels, and 165mm of enduro crushing travel. See how it fared at Outerbike in Moab.

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Outerbike Test Sessions: Pivot Switchblade

The original Switchblade (made by Titus 15 years ago) ticked all the right boxes for a high-end full suspension bike. The new Pivot Switchblade was tops on the Outerbike Test Sessions list for the very same reasons.

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Mitch Ropelato’s very (very) long week

Follow along with Mitch Ropelato as he blasts berms, throws out high fives, and laughs his way to becoming 2016 King of Crankworx.

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Jeff Lenosky Trail Boss Series takes on Gravitron

Check out the latest video from Jeff Lenosky’s Trail Boss Series, this time coming to you from Lithia, Florida, just outside Tampa Bay. In this episode the ride zone is Gravitron, a newer trail located at Alafia River State Park.

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Creative artists recreate Tron in Whistler Bike Park

Can you recreate Tron using a mountain bike? The answer is yes.

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When should you replace your carbon handlebar?

Carbon parts aren’t cheap. So if you scratch your bars in a crash, do you have to replace them right away?

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How To: Replace a Broken Spoke

So you broke a spoke and you don’t know what to do? Check out this video from Art’s Cyclery to learn how to get back on the road or trail.

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Behind the Scenes: Danny MacAskill’s Wee Day Out

Do some of the tricks in Danny MacAskill’s new Wee Day Out edit seem to defy the laws of gravity? Well, in some cases they do. Here’s how they did it.

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Singletrack searching in the South Pacific

Looking for your next vacation destination? The Philippines should be high on your list. The island nation offers plenty of activities for non-bikers, plus glorious singletrack, too.

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Helmet cam fails from Danny MacAskill’s Wee Day Out

If you loved watching Danny MacAskill’s new edit, you’ll dig this helmet cam footage, too.

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Five Ten Freerider Contact shoe review (updated)

The newest entry in the Freerider line of shoes from Five Ten is lighter, better ventilated, and offers increased protection, but how does it stack up on the durability front?

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Niner unveils budget priced alloy Jet 9 trail bike

Niner has expanded its Jet 9 trail bike line-up to include a budget-friendly $2600 alloy option to go along with the current carbon frame offerings.

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The Martyn Ashton story: A look at his inspirational story

World famous trials rider Martyn Ashton may be paralyzed, but that hasn’t kept him from achieving the incredible.

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SRAM Eagle 1×12 drivetrain review

Many doubted the vision of 1×11 and the same is true for 1×12 SRAM Eagle. But spend some time with this drivetrain and it will disappear beneath you as you ride fast and climb high.

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New England high school MTB League growing rapidly

Over 300 riders from 29 high schools in four states competing in fat tire races all across New England.

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