May 23, 2019

SRAM announces X01 DH and GX DH drivetrains plus more.

SRAM unveiled new XO DH and GX DH specific groupsets where cranksets get X-SYNC 2 chainrings and the derailleurs get the latest Type-3 roller bearing clutch for better chain retention.

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May 23, 2019

Pivot Mach 4 SL revealed

With modern geometry, Pivot suspension quality and a frame starting at 4.05 lbs, the new Pivot Mach 4 SL is ready to take on the world.

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May 22, 2019

These Female Athletes Have a Direct Line to Cannondale Women’s Bike Development

When Shannon Gibson recruited athletes to join the women’s mountain bike team she was creating in 2010, she knew what she was looking for. “I wanted to pick women who would support each other,” said Gibson. “I wanted people who could race and win and be kind about it.” At the time, Gibson was a […]

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May 22, 2019

Ibis Cycles Launches New Carbon S-Wheels & Rims

Working together, Stan's and Ibis were able to adopt the patented drop-channel geometry to an asymmetric rim. Light, strong and supple is what they tout to have achieved with this wheelset.

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May 22, 2019

Video: Thomas Vanderham – Trail Bike Boss

Thomas Vanderham returns to the Nicola Valley in this trail bike masterclass. Don't miss the crazy whip save at the end. Disaster may be averted!

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May 22, 2019

Jenson USA Memorial Day Sale

Our friends at Jenson USA always have some great sales going and this Memorial Day Weekend is no exception. Check out these smoking deals and get them before they are gone.

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May 21, 2019

How to Make Hiking Fun with Kids

A child rides on her parent's shoulder during a hike.

Going on a family hike is a great way to encourage kids to be active and connect with nature. But sometimes the reality isn’t Instagram-ready. Parents and caregivers, we’ve been there. There’s occasional whining, and getting through a hike may take a little bribery and a whole lot of cajoling. It doesn’t always have to […]

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May 21, 2019

Campworthy: Packing Tips & Tricks

Campworthy hosts are packed for a long weekend

Campworthy hosts Takiyah and Caela are taking a break from cooking to share their list of must-haves when packing for a multi-day camping trip. Declaredly "not light packers," they brighten up their campsite with items that range from vintage to new and strike a balance between form and function. Packing List Cooler (light and portable) […]

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May 21, 2019

Unfinished Business on the TransVirginia Bike Route

Huddling beneath an overpass, sopping wet from the rain and freezing, a thought crosses my mind that day one of the TransVirginia Bike Route—a 550-mile, mostly gravel bikepacking route from Washington, D.C., to Damascus, Virginia—is perhaps a little harder than I was expecting. The first 63 miles are mostly flat, I’d assured my companions. The […]

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