March 29, 2019

10 Best Hikes in Oregon

Crater Lake and the surrounding landscape lie below the summit of Mount Scott.

With waterfalls, dense forests, rocky coastlines, rare plants and animals, dormant volcanoes, snow and ice capped peaks and stunning mountain landscapes, it is easy to fall in love with everything Oregon has to offer. From short day hikes suitable for the whole family to rugged and strenuous treks to its highest summits, Oregon is a […]

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March 28, 2019

YT Decoy ebike first look

YT introduced the Decoy, a full suspension ebike sporting 160mm of front and 165mm rear travel. It's dialed, stealthy, and good value.

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March 28, 2019

How to pick the fastest line

Come in too slow and get caught on the square edged rocks. Too fast and it’s easy to overcook it into the next switchback. Here's a primer on how to pick the fastest line.

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March 27, 2019

Stan’s Flow EX3 Rims and Wheelsets Introduced

Stan’s NoTubes has introduced the new Flow EX3, which is billed as durable new line of rims and wheelsets designed for downhill, enduro and the most demanding trails.

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March 27, 2019

Tool Series: Setting Up Your Dream Garage

A tricked-out garage should be unique, comfortable and visually appealing so you never want to leave.

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March 26, 2019

Beyond the Grind

Six miles from the start line in the sleepy, eastern Cascades outpost of Sisters, the Oregon Trail racecourse veers off the asphalt of the McKenzie Highway onto the knotty, rutted, occasionally sandy Santiam Wagon Road and, for the remainder of the event’s 350 miles, largely doesn’t return to pavement. Promising five days of pedaling on […]

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March 25, 2019

Does Certified Pre-Owned make sense for bikes?

Does Certified Pre-Owned make sense for bikes? The Pro’s Closet says yes and has launched a comprehensive program.

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March 22, 2019

Vittoria Factory Tour – Part 1

At Mtbr, we've toured quite a few headquarters around the world. Problem is, we rarely see anything being created. So we feel very privileged to visit two factories in Thailand where Vittoria tires are produced.

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March 22, 2019

Atlanta’s First Urban Mountain Bike Trail System

It’s impossible to miss Atlanta’s lush tree canopy. Aptly nicknamed the “City in a Forest,” more than 50 species of trees grow in the metro area, covering almost half of Atlanta in an urban tree canopy. Some of those trees are hundreds of years old. A surprising number of old-growth oak stands still exist in […]

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