June 24, 2018

0: This is Not a Climbing Podcast

The difficult things can be hard to talk about because, well, they’re hard. …
June 22, 2018

Understanding the DT Swiss MTB wheel line-up

Whether you’re racing XC, enduro or downhill, or just looking to enjoy a trail ride or fat bike adventure, DT Swiss has all your wheel needs covered.
June 22, 2018

Enduro World Series to begin working with the UCI

The EWS has reached an agreement with the UCI where starting in 2019, Rainbow Jerseys will be awarded to national teams at the Trophy of Nations event.
June 22, 2018

Jeff Lenosky Trail Boss tackles Free Fall

The latest Jeff Lenosky Trail Boss episode features a slick slippery ride through San Lee Park in Sanford, North Carolina. Free Fall is a techy trail that's even more difficult when wet.
June 21, 2018

Going Somewhere? Put These 5 Mountain Bike Trails On Your List

When you show up to a new place with your mountain bike in tow, it can be hard to figure out where to start pedaling. Between Strava and the MTB Project, Instagram and Facebook, and all the bike parks out there, the options are plentiful and, when you want to do it all, making a […]

The post Going Somewhere? Put These 5 Mountain Bike Trails On Your List appeared first on REI Co-op Journal.

June 21, 2018

What’s the fastest pedal for enduro: flats or clips?

With former downhill racing great (and longtime flat pedal user) Sam Hill making a seamless transition to enduro and winning last year's EWS overall title, it’s natural to wonder which pedals are faster?
June 21, 2018

US threatening 25% tariff on China-made e-bikes

The U.S. bike industry has been drafted into the trade war between China and the U.S., says a recent report on Bicycle Retailer and Industry News.
June 21, 2018

Interview: Finn Iles on his journey from ski slope to MTB

Finn Iles catapulted himself into the men's downhill elite with a superb 2017 junior season where he won six out of seven UCI Mountain Bike World Cup races. But what's next?
June 20, 2018

Aspen Snowmass announces bike park expansion

Combining machine and hand built sections, a new advanced hybrid trail will start from the top of the Elk Camp chairlift and descend 4.8 miles to the gondola mid-station.