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April 24, 2018

Video: Fabio Wibmer – Fabulous Escape 2

Like most folks, we've seen a lot of mtb videos. But the riding, edit, effort and budget of this one is pretty hard to fathom.
April 24, 2018

Vittoria Air-Liner tire insert launched

There's yet another player getting into the MTB tire insert game. This time it's Vittoria, which launched the Air-Liner at the Sea Otter Classic.
April 24, 2018

Mammoth Bike Park first to allow e-bikes

United States Forest Service approves e-bike usage in the Mammoth Bike Park, making it the first bike park on USFS land to allow e-bikes.
April 24, 2018

FSA K-Force Light WideR 25 carbon wheels launched

FSA (aka Full Speed Ahead) is moving full steam ahead with two new XC-focused mountain bike wheels, plus something unofficial and wider.
April 24, 2018

Pearl Izumi X-Project Elite review

Pearl Izumi's X-Project Elite mountain bike shoes deliver exceptional comfort and walkability without sacrificing power transfer.
April 24, 2018

Kona Process 153 goes full carbon

Kona took some of their best alloy bikes and created carbon versions that were on display at the Sea Otter Classic.
April 24, 2018

Everything You Need for Your First Backpacking Trip

Backpacking for the first time can feel daunting. What tent should you get? How many pairs of socks should you bring? Which water filter is the best for the job? We have quite a bit of backpacking experience, and thought we should tell you what we’ve learned the hard way. We know that gearing up […]

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April 23, 2018

Syncros Silverton SL one-piece carbon wheelset

Check out this one-piece carbon wheelset, where the rim, spokes, and hub shell all come out of one composite mold. Just push in a hub bearing (DT Swiss 190s in this case) and off you go - quickly.
April 23, 2018

Blackcomb Helicopter wants to expand your bucket list

Blackcomb Helicopters wants to put you in those rad videos of lucky riders being dropped atop other-worldly peaks with 360-degree views and nothing but downhill craziness ahead.