Reverence: A Journey Into Fear


Reverence: A Journey Into Fear is a full-length mountain bike film that delves deep into the psyche of elite mountain bike superstars on a quest to understand what motivates them tirelessly to lay down their legacy.

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Video: 2019 Pivot LES Fat video


Not everyone is in the market for a fat bike. But with Eddie Masters producing the video, this one is definitely worth a look.

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Youn Deniaud – bike shredding into the snow season


Youn Deniaud was able in participate to the entire season of Enduro World Series. And after this season of racing, It was time to ride, unwind and welcome the snow.

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Chris Akrigg impresses with a hardtail


It’s anything but a typical XC ride with Mongoose pro Chris Akrigg. Check out his insane repertoire of skills on his new Tyax Pro 29″. Best to listen with headphones on!

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Video: The next level with Kate Courtney and Finn Iles


It was a good year for Kate Courtney and Finn Iles. After making the full time jump to the elite ranks in 2018, both riders found success on the senior circuit. See that journey in this video.

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Best Mountain Bike Floor Pumps


You might think mountain bike floor pumps are all the same. As long as they get air into tires, what’s the difference? Lots. That’s why Mtbr rounded up eight of the best options on the market today.

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How NOT to jump a bike


Sometimes, the best way to get insight on how to jump a bike is to enumerate what not to do. Are you guilty of any of these offenses?

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Video: Danny MacAskill vs. Danny MacAskill


Sit back and enjoy as Danny MacAskill plays a game of bike against… himself. Who will come out on top, Trials Danny or Enduro Danny? Watch to find out!

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How to master cornering on loose terrain


Committing to turns on loose or unpredictable terrain can be tricky — even scary. Mess up and your likely to end up with a face full of dirt. But with a little practice you can be turning like a boss.

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SRAM – 5 top components


What are the best, can’t miss products that you should own from Sram? Below is a list of the best products in our experience, from Sram and Rockshox.

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Win a Minnesota LTD Fat Bike 26″ from Framed Bikes!


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New Saris MTR hitch rack looks like a winner


Soon-to-be-launched Saris MTR hitch rack (as in modular track rack) traces development roots straight back to the mountain bikers who will soon benefit from its sleek, smart design.

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Jeff Lenosky Trail Boss: Riding Wisconsin’s Cliffhanger Trail


The latest Jeff Lenosky Trail Boss episode is here and it’s a cliff hanger — literally. This time Lenosky is checking in from western Wisconsin’s Levis Mound Recreation Area.

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MBOSC announces membership program for Santa Cruz trails


MBOSC announced a new membership program to propel the next wave of trail building in Santa Cruz County.

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Bike lights: How to choose the light for you


How much to spend? How bright and what mount? Mtbr sheds light on the LEDs and lumens to help you choose the right bike light for your needs.

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Muc-Off Disc Brake Covers launched


Muc-Off’s new Disc Brake Covers are billed as a quick and easy way to protect your brakes during maintenance or transit so they’re not compromised by stray fluids.

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Maxxis Tires – Which bike tire is best for you


In our recent survey, 51% of Mtbr readers said they intend to buy Maxxis tires next. Tenacious grip, fast rolling, wide, Plus, they just keep pumping them out. Here is your guide to the best Maxxis tire options available today.

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World Bicycle Relief Give GO fundraising drive rolls out


World Bicycle Relief recently announced the start of its year-end campaign for donations, an annual appeal that will provide life-changing bicycles to tens of thousands in rural Africa whose primary mode of transportation is walking.

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Fox Factory relocating headquarters to Georgia


Northern California loses another gem as Fox announces plans to move to Georgia with up to 800 jobs to be created in new headquarters with planned investments up to $50 million.

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Win a (Not Yet Released) MTR 2-Bike Rack or $500 on Saris.com!


Enter to win a Spring 2019 MTR 2-Bike Rack or $500 on Saris.com ($500 Value). 1 Winner will be chosen!

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Video: The story of Martin Maes


This is a story that begins two decades ago in the rolling hills of Belgium and brings us to the world stage of today. This is the story of Martin Maes.

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Round up: Best flat pedals


Some of the best tech and innovation is actually going in to these new flat pedals. Low weight, low profile, platform size and grip are the key elements.

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Video: How hard can you ride on a hardtail


Riders always ask, “what can I ride on my hardtail MTB? Dirt jumps? Enduro? Freeride? Downhill? Is it only good for XC?”

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Brendan Fairclough POV 2018 Rampage run


Speed, power and some pretty big gap jumps, it’s got to be Brendan Fairclough! Watch him take the sketchiest lines and conquer The Rock.

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2018 Red Bull Rampage best runs


Here are the 2018 Red bull Rampage best runs. Weather was good and the crowds were the biggest in history.

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Muc-Off Ultimate Bicycle Cleaning Kit – Reviewed


Muc-Off helps you go beyond clean and bring back the new-bike bling.

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Rylo review – 360 camera


Rylo promises no more gimbals or missed moments due to bad camera positioning resulting in a 10 minute shot of your front tire.

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Trust Performance Message suspension fork


Ready for a trailing link 130mm fork with a twin-tube thru-shaft damper for $2700?

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Industry Nine A35 stem released


The Industry Nine A35 is machined, anodized and assembled entirely in their Asheville, NC facility and available in lengths of 32mm, 40mm, 50mm, and 60mm.

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Photos: UCSC tanks artwork


To many mountain bikers who ride in Santa Cruz, there is a familiar and welcome sight on the trails as one rides by the U-Conn fire road connecting the Emma McCrary trail and Wilder State Park. Here is a gallery documenting the art of the UC Santa Cruz tanks.

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Specialized Power Arc Pro Elaston saddle review


The Specialized Power Arc expands on the original Specialized Power saddle, adding an updated shape and Elaston padding.

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Video: Worst mountain biking bad habits


Here are nine bad habits that we see all too often. It’s time to stop this bad behavior and make the sport more enjoyable for you and everyone else around you!

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E Thirteen Semi Slick tire first look


The new E Thirteen Semi Slick features speed and strong braking traction, without sacrificing that hard-cornering bite when they really need it.

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Are Plus tires and bikes still a thing?


Plus tires and bikes were billed as offering better handling and traction at low psi. But now many riders seem to be moving away from this wider world.

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Remi Gauvin – Squamish winter riding


After a long season of dry riding, nothing gets a mountain biker more excited than the first significant rainfall.

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BikeYoke Divine SL dropper post weighs just 345g


After wowing us with their Revive dropper post, BikeYoke is now chasing the XC market with the new short travel and lightweight Divine SL with 80mm of travel.

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Race Face Next SL carbon wheelset


The Race Face Next SL carbon wheelset is ready for the new style of cross country they call ‘down country’.

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Nukeproof Mega 275 bike line updated


Nukeproof announced a refresh of its signature Nukeproof Mega 275 bike series and added to its growing list of components with a unique foam tire insert and lightweight steel shock spring.

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Video: Six types of trail builders


Trail builders around the globe come from all walks of life and bring in different skill sets and personalities.

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Jerome Clementz rides Bulgaria


Bulgaria was not the first tourism destination that came to mind for enduro star Jérôme Clementz. But that’s all changed now.

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Spank Spike 350 Vibrocore review


In an effort to literally reinvent the mountain bike wheel, Spank injected a hard-cell foam into the hollow rim interior, the goal to make the Spank Spike 350 Vibrocore wheels more durable and better at damping vibration.

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Kevin Walsh – Evil Bikes owner interviewed


Evil Bikes is an enigmatic brand with absolutely revolutionary bikes and a brand that is revered by many. Find out what makes them tick.

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How to buy a mountain bike


In the last few weeks we’ve told you about some of the best mountain bikes at various price points. But exactly how do you buy a mountain bike? Good question. Check out this video for some answers.

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Best kid’s bike ever – Santa Cruz Nomad


Here is an example of the best kid’s bike we’ve seen as Forrest Arakawa passes on his deep love of mountain biking to his son 7-year-old son Finn.

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Marzocchi Bomber Z1 review


Unless you really like spending money or are uber-weight conscious, there’s no reason to not consider the Marzocchi Bomber Z1.

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2019 Mountain Bike National Championships in Winter Park


USA Cycling has announced that the 2019 Mountain Bike National Championships will be in Winter Park, Colorado, from July 23-28.

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Best portable bike pump


Mountain bike mini pumps are like insurance. Nobody wants them but getting caught without one with a flat tire on the trail is bad news.

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Best Mountain Bikes Under $3000


What’s the magic dollar amount number for scoring a legit mountain bike? If you’re buying new, around three large goes a long way. Here are Mtbr’s picks for the best mountain bikes under $3000.

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Airborne Goblin 29 review


The Airborne Goblin 29 is an affordable alloy hardtail mountain bike with a great price and solid component spec.

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Rocky Mountain Reaper kid’s bike launched


The new Rocky Mountain Reaper packs the same aggressive trail performance found in their full suspension bikes like the Altitude and Instinct, but in a smaller package for young rippers.

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