July 3, 2018

POC unveils new MTB collection

POC has introduced its 2019 mountain bike collection at the 2019 Eurobike trade show, including the VPD System torso protection and new Resistance apparel collection.
July 3, 2018

Santa Cruz Bronson V3 first look

How did they improve the Bronson V3? The answer is suspension, geometry, tire size and details.
July 3, 2018

Video: Santa Cruz Bronson V3 with Josh Bryceland

Contrary to sixties belief, we don’t all live in yellow submarines. Some folk live on canal boats instead. Take a trip with Josh Bryceland on his new Bronson on his home trails.
July 3, 2018

Getting to Know REI Outdoor School Instructor Diedre Tanenberg

Diedre Tanenberg at the San Francisco REI store. (Photo Credit: Shelby Carpenter)

Diedre Tanenberg grew up exploring the outdoors. The 33-year-old REI Outdoor School instructor was raised on the West Coast, where she acquired a passion for pushing herself outside, primarily through camping and whitewater rafting. It therefore made perfect sense that one day Tanenberg would become an instructor for the REI Outdoor School. But there’s one […]

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July 2, 2018

Thomas Vanderham and crew talk about Squamish and racing

Thomas Vanderham talks bike setup, tire choice, and racing with Rocky Mountain Bicycles team riders Remi Gauvin and Jesse Melamed.
July 2, 2018

Car Camping Recipe: Dutch Oven Ratatouille

Dutch Oven Ratatouille

Picture this scene: The sun is starting to set and you’re hanging out around the campfire. You casually chop up some vegetables, set your Dutch oven over the coals, saute an onion and some garlic, then dump the rest of your vegetables in with a can of tomatoes. You cover it with coals and then […]

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July 2, 2018

What’s the Difference Between an External Frame Pack and an Internal Frame Pack?

There was a time when the external frame pack was the backpacker’s workhorse. Now, though, spotting one along the trail is like seeing a classic car on the highway. Sleeker and more innovative internal frame varieties rule the trails. While the majority of backpack buyers these days will choose an internal frame pack, it’s worth […]

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July 2, 2018

How To: Find More Speed on Mountain Bike Trails

Whether it’s pumping, pre-hopping, finding a natural berm through a corner, or just railing finding the fastest line, gaining speed from the trail is integral to progressing as a rider. So how do you do it?
July 2, 2018

Toddler Tour de France hosting hundreds of little rippers

Hundreds of enthusiastic toddlers will ride in family-friendly bike races and play experiences at the Strider Cup World Championship in Boulder, Colorado.