Matt Wragg    Feb 22, 2018
Fashion vs. Fit: Is Longer Always Better? - Opinion Fashion vs. Fit: Is Longer Always Better? - Opinion
Tired of longer, lower, slacker? Matt is... Join him on a deep dive into the murky world of bike fit.
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   Mike Levy    Feb 15, 2018
Good Ideas Executed Poorly - Opinion Good Ideas Executed Poorly - Opinion
Sometimes, great ideas fall out of favor even though they make a lot of sense. Levy argues that was the case with Rapid Rise, THE Eliminator rims, and even Dual Control. What other concepts should have stuck around longer?
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   Danielle Baker    Feb 15, 2018
The Bakery: Revelling in the Joy of Our Anarchy The Bakery: Revelling in the Joy of Our Anarchy
If you love mountain biking today and what it's provided in your life, you have to embrace the history it comes with.
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Opinion: Does Downhill Have Nowhere Else to Go? Opinion: Does Downhill Have Nowhere Else to Go?
Taking it to the next level will not be easy.
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   Mike Levy    Jan 25, 2018
Failing the $2,000 Bike Challenge - Opinion Failing the $2,000 Bike Challenge - Opinion
You have $2,000 USD to piece together the bike of your dreams. What does it look like?
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   Vernon Felton    Jan 18, 2018
There's a Fine Line Between Clever and Stupid - Opinion There's a Fine Line Between Clever and Stupid - Opinion
Theoretically, turning the dial up to 11 is going to make everything awesome. From here on out, it's just going to be long, low and slack-as-f*ck for everyone. Yay! It's mini-DH bike time, all the time! Well, I hate to poop in your punch bowl, but there's a downside to that.
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   Mike Kazimer    Dec 28, 2017
Ride More, Think Less - Opinion Ride More, Think Less - Opinion
Mountain bikes are made to be ridden hard, but for some that's easier said than done.
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   Dylan Sherrard    Dec 23, 2017
Dylan Sherrard's Dark Roast Diary - Lore of the Northern Loam Dylan Sherrard's Dark Roast Diary - Lore of the Northern Loam
When the loam is calling you, you answer.
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   Mike Levy    Dec 21, 2017
Three Christmas Wishes - Opinion Three Christmas Wishes - Opinion
The Grinch, a genie in the bottle, and three Christmas wishes.
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   Vernon Felton    Dec 20, 2017
My Krampus Wish List My Krampus Wish List
It's that wonderful time of the year when Santa's goat-headed helper comes a calling. Here are the things I lust after on my Krampus gift list.
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   Richard Cunningham    Dec 14, 2017
Opinion: Great Rides Don't Always Have Happy Endings Opinion: Great Rides Don't Always Have Happy Endings
An invitation to explore a little known region in the Southwest begins in paradise and ends in politics.
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   Dylan Sherrard    Dec 9, 2017
Dylan Sherrard's Dark Roast Diary - A Pair Of Pedals and a Perfect Burrito Dylan Sherrard's Dark Roast Diary - A Pair Of Pedals and a Perfect Burrito
Dylan delves into a feeling we call all relate to, getting away from it on a solo ride with nothing but your bike and surroundings for company.
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   Brice Shirbach    Nov 30, 2017
East Bound and Down: Boone, North Carolina East Bound and Down: Boone, North Carolina
Pisgah National Forest is huge and home to many amazing mountain bike communities - and Boone might just be the best of it all. Read about the community, its people, and the ever-growing trail system, right here.
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   Vernon Felton    Nov 24, 2017
Your Bike Is Fine Already. Just Ride It. - Opinion Your Bike Is Fine Already. Just Ride It. - Opinion
On this day dedicated to conspicuous consumption, I strongly recommend you say, "Screw it" and go for a ride instead. Your bike is fine just the way it is.
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   Dylan Sherrard    Nov 19, 2017
Dylan Sherrard's Dark Roast Diary - Ode to the Grom Dylan Sherrard's Dark Roast Diary - Ode to the Grom
There's nothing like being a kid without a care in the world, especially when it's time to ride.
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   Vernon Felton    Nov 2, 2017
Don't Punch the Baby - Opinion Don't Punch the Baby - Opinion
It’s hard to know what to do with your anger sometimes. Even as adults we struggle with that challenge. And, yes, here’s the point where we start talking e-bikes. Buckle up.
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   Vernon Felton    Oct 19, 2017
Riding Rigid is Ridiculous - Opinion Riding Rigid is Ridiculous - Opinion
Swearing off suspension is still "a thing" with some people...an exercise in keeping mountain biking pure and unfettered by unnecessary technology. Let's examine that notion for a moment.
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   Brice Shirbach    Oct 19, 2017
N.I.C.A. - Cultivating a Love for Mountain Biking N.I.C.A. - Cultivating a Love for Mountain Biking
We head to Trek HQ in Wisconsin to understand firsthand how N.I.C.A. is changing the lives of virtually everyone involved.
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   Mike Kazimer    Oct 12, 2017
The Mountain Bike Technology Wishlist - Opinion The Mountain Bike Technology Wishlist - Opinion
How can today's mountain bikes be improved? Mike Kazimer has a few suggestions.
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   Matt Wragg    Oct 5, 2017
Opinion: Save the DH Bike? Opinion: Save the DH Bike?
Is there a future for the DH bike? I have my doubts. It's not that I don't like downhill bikes—I most certainly do. Nothing else comes close to a genuine, long-travel weapon. It's just the practicalities of actually owning one...
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   Matt Wragg    Sep 26, 2017
At Home with Adrien Dailly At Home with Adrien Dailly
Step into the world of Adrien Dailly. The 21-year-old French pinner has opened some eyes this year, but with a support crew such as his, it shouldn't be much of a surprise.
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   Dylan Sherrard    Sep 7, 2017
Dylan Sherrard's Dark Roast Diary - Hey, Thanks For That, Summer Dylan Sherrard's Dark Roast Diary - Hey, Thanks For That, Summer
Dylan reminds us that the best time of year is drawing to a close, and shares some of his best times from the year.
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   Vernon Felton    Aug 4, 2017
My Crusade - Opinion My Crusade - Opinion
The epic tale of how I traveled into the very depths of hell in order to obtain a priceless relic… at the hardware store.
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   Brice Shirbach    Aug 2, 2017
Three Cheers for Damp, Dark, and Deep Three Cheers for Damp, Dark, and Deep
We often get told to stay off the trails when it's wet, but Brice explains why he thinks riding the right trail in wet conditions is a little piece of heaven on earth.
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   Richard Cunningham    Jul 27, 2017
Opinion: A Cry for Help Opinion: A Cry for Help
Backyard inventors step in for the tire and wheel industry after a century of "good enough"... was not.
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   Vernon Felton    Jul 25, 2017
Lost and Found on the Blood Road: 1,200 Miles that Changed Rebecca Rusch's Life Lost and Found on the Blood Road: 1,200 Miles that Changed Rebecca Rusch's Life
Rebecca Rusch's father was shot down over Laos forty-five years ago. The renowned adventurer recently rode the Ho Chi Minh trail in search of him.

Rusch expected the journey to be tough—she didn't know it would also change her life.
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   Vernon Felton    Jul 4, 2017
Building Bikes in Asia - An Inside Look Building Bikes in Asia - An Inside Look
What does it take to start your own bike brand? Is it as simple as going to Asia with a wad of cash? Here's the full feature story.
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   Matt Wragg    Jun 1, 2017
The Campaign for Worse Bicycles – Opinion The Campaign for Worse Bicycles – Opinion
Matt Wragg explains the parallels between a terminally flawed Alfa and some of the most interesting mountain bikes.
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   Dylan Sherrard    May 25, 2017
Dylan Sherrard's Dark Roast Diary: A Pedal and a Fire Pit Dylan Sherrard's Dark Roast Diary: A Pedal and a Fire Pit
They make for some good summer times.
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   Dylan Sherrard    May 4, 2017
Dylan Sherrard's Dark Roast Diary: Tracing Trails Dylan Sherrard's Dark Roast Diary: Tracing Trails
How do you feel after riding a brand new trail? Ride along with Dylan and relive his experience, you will no doubt relate.
Read More | 24 Comments
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