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Drive train and brake Sale at Jenson and Competitive Cyclist


Are you ready to finally upgrade to that 4 piston hydro or are you looking to update your gravel rig?

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Best of Bike Cleaning and Washing Tools


When you go to clean your trusty steed after a long day on the trails, for what do you reach? The hose or the degreaser?

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First Ride: Ibis Ripmo AF


Since Ibis relaunched in 2004, the company has focused exclusively on carbon frames. Today, the Santa Cruz-based brand is launching a more affordable version of its long-travel 29er, the Ripmo, in aluminum. The Ripmo AF (aluminum frame), isn’t the same bike made from a different material. It’s longer, slacker and incorporates a more progressive suspension […]

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Jenson and Competitive Cyclist – End of season blow out


Below are some of the coolest deals we could find in the large SALE sections on Competitive Cyclist and Jenson

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Understanding E-bikes in Downieville and the Lost Sierra


SBTS has been studying the effects of e-bikes on their lands and are ready to share their views.

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NEW Pivot Phoenix 29 with 190mm of travel


The performance of dw-link suspension is now packaged in a lower, more compact 190mm travel design.

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Trust Suspension goes big with the Shout


Trust turned the mountain bike world upside down when it launched the Message linkage suspension fork last fall. The company is following up on the launch of the 130mm-travel Message with a long-travel offering that will turn heads and burn wallets. Read more: everything you need to know about the Trust Message linkage fork  Trust […]

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INTENSE Mourns the Loss of Chad Peterson


The INTENSE LLC family lost an invaluable member when Chad Peterson passed away from injuries sustained in a bicycling accident .

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5 Things Learned in Mont-Sainte-Anne World Championship


Some 650 mountain bike athletes from 45 countries went hunting for the rainbow stripes in the third UCI World Championship.

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More new gear from Crankworx


The dust has settled from this year’s Crankworx Whistler, but there are still a number of new products that warrant coverage. Here’s a look at a few more things we saw between riding laps in the park. Read more: Crankworx Bikes and Bits Roundup Maxxis Dissector first impressions On a fittingly dry week in Whistler’s bike […]

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Competitive Cyclist Labor Day sale finds!


For labor day, Competitive Cyclist is offering free shipping over $50 purchase and most deals at 60% off.

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Pivot Cycles introduces the new LES SL


This week Pivot Cycles introduced the new LES SL – a bike engineered for trail and race situations that call for a light, agile, precise instrument of speed.

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Saris releases new H3 trainer and MP1 trainer platform


Saris introduced a powerful and affordable direct drive today called the H3. They then complemented with it with a dynamic platform called the MP1 and a functional table called the TD1.

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Wheelie awesome weekend deals at Jenson!


A new wheelset is one of the best performance upgrades you can give a bike and will make an insane difference to your riding experience.

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Video: Jeff Kendall-Weed shredding Kamloops


Jeff Kendall-Weed found mountain biking in the late 1990s, and one of the most influential videos of the era was Kranked. So he paid the hallowed place a visit.

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Sedona Mountain Bike Festival Announces 2020 Dates


It’s official: the 2020 Sedona Mountain Bike Festival dates are March 6 – 8, 2020, with passes going on sale at 9 am on August 23, 2019.

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Crankworx Bikes and Bits Roundup


Most people recognize Crankworx Whistler by its signature Joyride Slopestyle course, or maybe the Garbanzo Downhill race. Those events, along with a round of the Enduro World Series, Speed and Style, World Pump Track Championships, and now Dual Slalom, are reason enough the Whistler event gets the well-deserved attention it does as North America’s premier […]

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2020 Intense Primer First Ride Review


Intense overhauled their Trail line to simplify and innovate their Trail Bike options. Three wheel-size options will be available for the 2020 Intense Primer.

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Santa Cruz Tallboy 4 – First Look


Santa Cruz has been on a roll this year developing aggressive 29ers. It started with the enduro-ready Megatower, followed a few months later by the redesigned Hightower. Now, the venerable Tallboy has been overhauled making it one of the most progressive short-travel 29er trail bikes on the market. Read on for the details. Santa Cruz […]

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Video: 2019 Redbull Joy Ride Whistler


After battling through a back injury and being faced with the diagnosis of an auto-immune disease, Emil Johansson came to make a statement.

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REI Back to School Commuter and more blowout


Back to school for millions across the means book bags, bike rides to class and lots of good times with friends.

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Rocky Mountain Slayer – First Look


Rocky Mountain is launching a new and improved version of its hard-hitting enduro bike. The 2020 Slayer features progressive geometry, a boost in front and rear suspension travel and adjustable geometry. Best of all, Rocky Mountain gives riders the ability to choose their preferred wheel size and frame material. 2020 Rocky Mountain Slayer First Ride Review […]

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Hot weekend deals from Competitive Cyclist


Get your stoke on for the World Cup and upgrade your ride with deals from Competitive Cyclist.

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Industry Nine introduces A318 stem


Wheel and component manufacturer Industry Nine has added a second stem to its product line. The new A318 stem is designed for the smaller, but more common 31.8mm handlebar clamp diameter. Like the 35mm A35 stem introduced last year, the A318 is CNC machined in-house at Industry Nine’s headquarters in Ashville, North Carolina. The 7075 […]

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2020 Specialized Epic HT First Ride – lightest XC frame ever


Revamped and modernized, the new Specialized Epic HT is ready to race. And with a 775 gram frame, it believes it can fly.

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