Mike Kazimer    Dec 1, 2016
Don't Get Hung Up On the Numbers - Opinion Don't Get Hung Up On the Numbers - Opinion
Have you been eyeballing an enduro race monster when a lively shorter travel machine would be more appropriate?
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   Richard Cunningham    Nov 29, 2016
Single-Sock Paralysis - Opinion Single-Sock Paralysis - Opinion
Compulsive disorders and knitted business cards.
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   Mike Levy    Nov 16, 2016
The Best Piece of Gear - Opinion The Best Piece of Gear - Opinion
Levy gushes romantically about the best piece of gear he's ever used.
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   Lauren Jenkins    Nov 7, 2016
A Different Side to One of the Most Expensive Ski Resorts in the World: Riding in St. Moritz A Different Side to One of the Most Expensive Ski Resorts in the World: Riding in St. Moritz
A group of women who work in the industry were invited to attend International Women's Mountain Bike Week in St. Moritz, only to discover that the resort that's well known for its luxury ski image is doing all it can to invest in the future of mountain biking.
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   Brice Shirbach    Nov 4, 2016
East Bound and Down: Camden, Maine East Bound and Down: Camden, Maine
Stunning Fall colors encompass the state of Maine, but it's the rolling hills that are the real gems for us riders. Welcome to Camden, Maine, and the riding community that it's building.
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   Rachelle Frazer    Nov 4, 2016
Making Friends in Congress: Lobbying For Bikes in the USA Making Friends in Congress: Lobbying For Bikes in the USA
What's it like to meet policy makers face to face to talk about bikes? PeopleForBikes recently invited 17 industry women on a trip to Washington DC to advocate cycling. Rachelle Frazer reports back on the fascinating and complex world of lobbying in the USA.
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   Vernon Felton    Nov 3, 2016
Summer is Overrated - Opinion Summer is Overrated - Opinion
Everyone loves summer. It’s hard to argue with blue skies full of cotton-candy clouds and nary a gangrenous, frostbitten limb in sight. But not me. I’m not shedding a single tear over summer’s demise.
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   Dylan Sherrard    Oct 31, 2016
Dylan Sherrard's Dark Roast Diary - Pain and Suffering in Pineview Valley Dylan Sherrard's Dark Roast Diary - Pain and Suffering in Pineview Valley
Dylan decides to take Catharine Pendrel up on the offer of a ride, but after convincing himself all is well he's soon left far behind with paranoia setting in whilst riding Pineview Valley.
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   Mike Kazimer    Oct 27, 2016
You Don't Need to Learn on a Hardtail - Opinion You Don't Need to Learn on a Hardtail - Opinion
If you could do it again, would you still choose to learn how to mountain bike on a hardtail?
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   Vernon Felton    Oct 21, 2016
The Illustrated Ride The Illustrated Ride
People love charts, timelines, spreadsheets and...wait, no, people hate those things. That's right, I'm thinking of robots. Robots love charts. Ah, well, I made a chart of my "ride" today anyway. Note the use of the quotation marks--there's a reason for their usage here, as this handy flowchart illustrates.
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   Richard Cunningham    Oct 20, 2016
Best Ride of the Year - Opinion Best Ride of the Year - Opinion
Getting back on the horse.
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   Mike Levy    Oct 13, 2016
Celebrity Bike Matchmaker - Opinion Celebrity Bike Matchmaker - Opinion
What type of bike does Donald Trump push up the climbs? What would Lemmy be on at the dirt jumps?
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   Brice Shirbach    Oct 13, 2016
East Bound and Down: Knoxville, Tennessee East Bound and Down: Knoxville, Tennessee
Being on the edge of the Smoky Mountains is only one of many reasons to plan a biking trip to Knoxville, Tennessee.
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   Vernon Felton    Oct 6, 2016
The Return of Stupid - Opinion The Return of Stupid - Opinion
Crashing is part of life. Like flossing your teeth or paying taxes. You get on with it. It might even be good for you. Well, at least the flossing bit. Crashing like a fool for the first month of each and every rainy season? Now, that's a bit harder to come to terms with.
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   Richard Cunningham    Sep 29, 2016
History and Deception - Opinion History and Deception - Opinion
By 1919, every major bicycle brand was in the motorcycle business. Will history repeat itself?
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   Danielle Baker    Sep 29, 2016
The Bakery - Stepping Up to Find Stolen Bikes The Bakery - Stepping Up to Find Stolen Bikes
As a community we can help reunite stolen bikes with their rightful owners.
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   Vernon Felton    Sep 19, 2016
Hey, Where Did Everybody Go? - Interbike 2016 Hey, Where Did Everybody Go? - Interbike 2016
Interbike finds itself at an interesting crossroads this year.
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   Dylan Sherrard    Sep 15, 2016
Dylan Sherrard's Dark Roast Diary: That Fancy-Free and Floating Feeling Dylan Sherrard's Dark Roast Diary: That Fancy-Free and Floating Feeling
During the hot, dry summers, it is often an overnight rain that most stokes the fire within many of us riders as we know that the next day will be magical in so many ways.
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   Mike Kazimer    Sep 15, 2016
Tradeshow Trendspotting - Opinion Tradeshow Trendspotting - Opinion
What's going to be hot (or not) in the mountain bike world for 2017?
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   Mike Levy    Sep 7, 2016
Table for Four - Opinion Table for Four - Opinion
Who would you want to have dinner and drinks with?
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   Vernon Felton    Aug 25, 2016
Dear Bike Industry - Opinion Dear Bike Industry - Opinion
At the risk of sounding hopelessly naive, I wish the bike industry would get together, talk things over, find some common ground and get on the same @#$%ing page when they roll out "the next big thing".
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   Brice Shirbach    Aug 4, 2016
East Bound and Down: Quebec, Canada East Bound and Down: Quebec, Canada
Quebec has been quietly building up several different riding destinations, Brice Shirbach caught wind of something special going on, so he headed north of the border to check out the trails for himself.
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   Mike Levy    Aug 3, 2016
Stranger than Fiction - Opinion Stranger than Fiction - Opinion
Spend enough time in the forest and you're bound to see a few things that you'll have trouble explaining.
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   Vernon Felton    Jul 28, 2016
Banned in the USA: Part 3 Banned in the USA: Part 3
For the first time there’s a bill in Congress that proposes to end the blanket ban on mountain biking in Wilderness areas. Will the bill actually become a law? And why are some mountain bikers actually opposed to the bill? Here's the story.
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   Ben Winder    Jul 26, 2016
How The Other Half Live – EWS La Thuile How The Other Half Live – EWS La Thuile
We all love to see the pros and their polished pit areas, but what about all the privateers that fill out the field at many top tier races? We go deep into the mix of caravans and riders at the recent EWS event in La Thuile.
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   Vernon Felton    Jul 21, 2016
Long Live the Kooks - Opinion Long Live the Kooks - Opinion
You know what this world needs more of? Kooks. Yes, kooks. Giant hordes of the unwashed and uncool. Let me explain...
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   Mike Kazimer    Jul 15, 2016
The Art of Following - Opinion The Art of Following - Opinion
Would you rather lead or follow out on a ride?
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Rolling with the Trek Factory Girls - Photo Epic Rolling with the Trek Factory Girls - Photo Epic
We spent a week on the road with Tracy Moseley and Katy Winton to gain an insider's view of what it's like for these two professional riders, both on and off the race track.
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   geebeebee media    Jul 11, 2016
Your Essential Guide to Verbier, Switzerland Your Essential Guide to Verbier, Switzerland
We bring you everything you need to know about riding in one of Europe's most incredible Alpine resorts.
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   Dylan Sherrard    Jul 4, 2016
Dylan Sherrard's Dark Roast Diary: These Are the Good Old Days Dylan Sherrard's Dark Roast Diary: These Are the Good Old Days
It's summer time, are you slowing down enough to smell the flowers and savour the time spent on the trails?
Read More | 35 Comments
 
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