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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   Brice Shirbach    Jul 20, 2017
East Bound and Down: Killington, Vermont East Bound and Down: Killington, Vermont
Killington Resort is adapting and changing, and they're aiming high. Check in with Brice as he explores the area and gets to know the people.
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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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   Brice Shirbach    Jun 15, 2017
Exploring West Virginia's "Coolest Small Town" - Fayetteville Dreaming Exploring West Virginia's "Coolest Small Town" - Fayetteville Dreaming
This East Coast mountain community is thriving off tourism despite being overlooked by mountain bikers thanks to the larger riding centers nearby. With awards such as "Best River Town" and "Coolest Small Town" can you afford to not put it on your list?
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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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   Brice Shirbach    May 24, 2017
East Bound and Down: Chattanooga, Tennessee East Bound and Down: Chattanooga, Tennessee
We hit the amazing little city of Chattanooga, Tennessee, for the latest East Bound and Down.
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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.
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   Matt Wragg    May 4, 2017
Opinion: Calm Reflections of Big-Wheeled Panic Opinion: Calm Reflections of Big-Wheeled Panic
Will 29-inch wheeled bikes become the norm on the World Cup DH circuit? Were they really faster and does it matter to the general rider?
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   Nathan Hughes    Apr 26, 2017
Gas To Flat - The Adam Brayton Homestory Gas To Flat - The Adam Brayton Homestory
Take a trip up North in the UK to find out how 2016's top scoring under-dog, the 'Keswick Kestrel,' lives, trains, and finally managed to hit the big time on the WC circuit.
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   Vernon Felton    Mar 30, 2017
The Best Worst Ride Ever - Opinion The Best Worst Ride Ever - Opinion
How is it that the rides you don’t want to go on somehow always turn out to be the best rides—the ones you never forget?
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   Richard Cunningham    Mar 16, 2017
Opinion: The Table Opinion: The Table
End of one era, and the beginning of another.
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   Dylan Sherrard    Mar 9, 2017
Dylan Sherrard's Dark Roast Diary: Inseparable Opposites Dylan Sherrard's Dark Roast Diary: Inseparable Opposites
If you take the time to ride in the depths of winter, doesn't it make riding in summer so much sweeter? Dylan talks about opposites in life and in riding, and how we go through them all.
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   Mike Levy    Feb 16, 2017
Is It Still A Ride If You Don't Leave Your House? Is It Still A Ride If You Don't Leave Your House?
How to go for a ride without leaving your house... sort of.
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   Vernon Felton    Feb 9, 2017
Let's Not Be A-Holes - Opinion Let's Not Be A-Holes - Opinion
I'm all in favor of our candidly and passionately disagreeing with one another. We can disagree, however, without being douchebags. And, make no mistake, the amount of name calling, flaming and general feces-flinging going on in our forums these days amounts to douchebaggery of the highest order.
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   Dylan Sherrard    Feb 9, 2017
Dylan Sherrard's Dark Roast Diary: Sequoia Enjoia Dylan Sherrard's Dark Roast Diary: Sequoia Enjoia
Dylan's Dark Roast Diaries are back for the new year, and it kicks off with some quiet and simple time aboard his cross bike.
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   Mike Kazimer    Jan 26, 2017
Will Ride For Food - Opinion Will Ride For Food - Opinion
Do you remember the last time you hit the wall during a ride?
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   Vernon Felton    Jan 12, 2017
Vernon Felton's Top 10 - Opinion Vernon Felton's Top 10 - Opinion
Vernon Felton takes a humorous look back at the bikes, parts, videos, mags and trends that left a lasting impression in 2016.
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   Brice Shirbach    Dec 15, 2016
East Bound and Down: The 2016 Retrospective East Bound and Down: The 2016 Retrospective
Brice takes us through a whole year of East Bound and Down and the stories, people, and places that make mountain biking so special.
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   Vernon Felton    Dec 8, 2016
Mountain Biking Is Not a Crime - Opinion Mountain Biking Is Not a Crime - Opinion
I’m a criminal. Or at least I am, if you accept the idea that riding a mountain bike on singletrack trails should be illegal. I know better than that. You probably do too. A lot of people, however, still need some convincing.
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   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.
Read More | 45 Comments
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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