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Joshua Fulmer    Sep 20, 2019
'Send It Society' Non Profit Aims for Mental Health Awareness in the Pacific Northwest 'Send It Society' Non Profit Aims for Mental Health Awareness in the Pacific Northwest
The society was founded in honour of Matthew Arnold, who took his life earlier this year.
James Smurthwaite    Sep 19, 2019
Paul Basagoitia's 'Any One of Us' Documentary to Premiere on HBO Paul Basagoitia's 'Any One of Us' Documentary to Premiere on HBO
Paul Basagoitia's road to recovery will get a prime time billing on HBO.
James Smurthwaite    Sep 19, 2019
Bollé Brands Acquires Spy Optic Bollé Brands Acquires Spy Optic
They've purchased the Californian eyewear company for an undisclosed fee.
Daniel Sapp    Sep 18, 2019
Specialized to Close its Website this Friday in Support of Global Climate Strike Specialized to Close its Website this Friday in Support of Global Climate Strike
Sinyard encourages staff to join the strike and calls bikes "a huge part of the solution".
Mike Kazimer    Sep 13, 2019
Shimano Loosens Micro Spline Hub Licensing Restrictions Shimano Loosens Micro Spline Hub Licensing Restrictions
Shimano has made it much easier for hub manufacturers to obtain the license necessary to produce Micro Spline compatible hubs.
James Smurthwaite    Sep 13, 2019
Lenzerheide World Championships Contributed €11.5 Million to Local Economy Lenzerheide World Championships Contributed €11.5 Million to Local Economy
The event attracted 34,000 visitors to the region, with an average daily spend for international visitors coming in at €106.
James Smurthwaite    Sep 13, 2019
Rockwell, Rusch, Westerlund & Neenan to be Inducted into Mountain Bike Hall of Fame Rockwell, Rusch, Westerlund & Neenan to be Inducted into Mountain Bike Hall of Fame
The inductees will be officially awarded their place in the Mountain Bike Hall of Fame at a ceremony on September 14.
flag Sarah Moore    Sep 12, 2019
Silent Auction at Evo Seattle: Help Pay for Colin Meagher's ALS Medical Bills Silent Auction at Evo Seattle: Help Pay for Colin Meagher's ALS Medical Bills
EVO Seattle is hosting a silent auction next Friday, September 20th to help pay for Colin Meagher's expenses.
James Smurthwaite    Sep 11, 2019
The UCI Responds to Questions Over Brook Macdonald Evacuation Delays The UCI Responds to Questions Over Brook Macdonald Evacuation Delays
The UCI and the race organizers in Mont-Sainte-Anne explain their part in Brook’s hillside evacuation.
Mike Levy    Sep 10, 2019
The Eurobike Rumors: AXS Suspension, 1.8'' Steerer Tubes, a SRAM Motor, Fox's 38mm Fork - Eurobike 2019 The Eurobike Rumors: AXS Suspension, 1.8'' Steerer Tubes, a SRAM Motor, Fox's 38mm Fork - Eurobike 2019
Is there really a new steerer tube standard on the way? We look at that, as well rumors of fresh suspension from RockShox and Fox, and the possibility of SRAM making their own e-bike motor.
James Smurthwaite    Sep 3, 2019
Intense Mourns Loss of COO Chad Peterson Following Bike Accident Intense Mourns Loss of COO Chad Peterson Following Bike Accident
Chad Peterson was an industry veteran and a well-loved member of the cycling community.
   Sep 3, 2019
Sector Wheels Announce Lightweight 9i Carbon Wheelset with a Suit of Armour Sector Wheels Announce Lightweight 9i Carbon Wheelset with a Suit of Armour
This new carbon rim design uses impact resistant Innegra fibers to achieve survivability that is reportedly best in class
Daniel Sapp    Aug 30, 2019
US Secretary of the Interior Opens National Park Trails to eMTBs US Secretary of the Interior Opens National Park Trails to eMTBs
As part of a Department of the Interior order, eMTBs in America will now have the same rights as motorless bikes on BLM and many other federally managed lands.
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Sarah Lukas    Aug 28, 2019
Top Stories from CyclingTips: Lightweight XC Bikes, MVDP's Race Schedule, Kate Courtney's Year in the Rainbow Jersey & More Top Stories from CyclingTips: Lightweight XC Bikes, MVDP's Race Schedule, Kate Courtney's Year in the Rainbow Jersey & More
Endurance coverage from our sister site CyclingTips, power-to-weight ratios, gravel bike tech and, of course, lycra.
James Smurthwaite    Aug 26, 2019
New Research Claims 2 Million Bikes Are Stolen in North America Every Year New Research Claims 2 Million Bikes Are Stolen in North America Every Year
New statistics from a bike registration company claim that more than 2 million bikes are stolen in North America each year.
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flag YT Industries    Aug 20, 2019
YT Industries Partners with a Leading UK Cycle to Work Scheme YT Industries Partners with a Leading UK Cycle to Work Scheme
You can now get one of the latest bikes from YT Industries through one of the UK's leading cycle to work scheme.
flag Simon Paton    Aug 15, 2019
Greg Minnaar Set to Tour the UK for Size Matters Stage Talk. Greg Minnaar Set to Tour the UK for Size Matters Stage Talk.
Greg Minnaar is set to tour the UK this October in a series of talks about his racing career.
ENVE Composites    Aug 12, 2019
ENVE Demo and Service at Crankworx Whistler ENVE Demo and Service at Crankworx Whistler
ENVE is at Crankwork Whistler with a full range of events throughout the week.
Industry Nine    Aug 8, 2019
Industry Nine Announces New A318 Stem Industry Nine Announces New A318 Stem
Industry Nine has a new stem for 31.8mm handlebars and it comes in all the colors.
James Smurthwaite    Aug 7, 2019
Norco Factory Team Mechanic Lewis Kirkwood Thinks Mountain Biking Could be Giving us Bad Vibrations Norco Factory Team Mechanic Lewis Kirkwood Thinks Mountain Biking Could be Giving us Bad Vibrations
He put accelerometers on two top-10 EWS racers' bars as part of his Ph.D studies.
flag Susie Murphy    Aug 7, 2019
SDMBA Asks Trail Users to Take Action After Forest Service Backs Out on Partnership Trail Project SDMBA Asks Trail Users to Take Action After Forest Service Backs Out on Partnership Trail Project
The San Diego Mountain Biking Association (SDMBA) is asking all concerned trail users to fill out the legislative contact template regarding the cancellation of the Orosco Ridge Mountain Bike System Project by the Cleveland National Forest.
Richard Cunningham    Aug 4, 2019
Good Month / Bad Month: French Racers, Female Freeriders, Injuries & Floods  - July 2019 Good Month / Bad Month: French Racers, Female Freeriders, Injuries & Floods - July 2019
July was a dream for the French, but nightmares were lurking in the shadows
   Aug 1, 2019
Ard Rock Organizers Provide Update, Launch Community Fundraiser in Aftermath of Flooding Ard Rock Organizers Provide Update, Launch Community Fundraiser in Aftermath of Flooding
They're refunding everyone, as well as launching a bike giveaway to benefit the local area that's been devastated by flooding.
Daniel Sapp    Jul 25, 2019
Industry Veteran Andrew Bernstein Critically Injured in Boulder Hit and Run - Updated 7/31 Industry Veteran Andrew Bernstein Critically Injured in Boulder Hit and Run - Updated 7/31
There's a search underway for the vehicle that hit him and authorities now have photos of the van they believe was involved.
flag Rutland Cycling    Jul 30, 2019
Rutland Cycling Announces Leicester Grand Opening Rutland Cycling Announces Leicester Grand Opening
Rutland Cycling's new 10,000sq ft superstore is now open at Everards Meadows on Soar Valley Way, Leicester.
Daniel Sapp    Jul 30, 2019
Paraplegic's Adaptive Bike Stolen in Calgary Paraplegic's Adaptive Bike Stolen in Calgary
Ryan St. Lawrence was on a trip across Canada this week when his custom Santa Cruz V10, with special adaptations to help him ride, was stolen.
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James Smurthwaite    Jul 29, 2019
73-Year-Old Man Rescued by Mountain Biker After 4 Days in Desert 73-Year-Old Man Rescued by Mountain Biker After 4 Days in Desert
A 73-year-old man was rescued after four days in the high deserts of Oregon after a mountain biker came across him by chance.
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James Smurthwaite    Jul 26, 2019
The Whyte Bikes vs Rich Energy Trademark Dispute - What Happened Next? The Whyte Bikes vs Rich Energy Trademark Dispute - What Happened Next?
Here's everything you need to know about one of the most bizarre mountain biking stories of the decade.
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Sarah Lukas    Jul 25, 2019
Top Stories from CyclingTips: Electric Pumps, Strava, Le Tour & Silly Products Top Stories from CyclingTips: Electric Pumps, Strava, Le Tour & Silly Products
What's going on in the curly bar world? Well, a lot of Tour de France, lately.
Richard Cunningham    Jul 24, 2019
Layoffs at Bell, Giro, Blackburn While Vista Announces It Will Hold Onto the Brands Layoffs at Bell, Giro, Blackburn While Vista Announces It Will Hold Onto the Brands
14 people were laid off across departments at Bell, Giro, and Blackburn.
Daniel Sapp    Jul 23, 2019
Vail Resorts to Acquire 17 Mountains in North America Vail Resorts to Acquire 17 Mountains in North America
Vail Resorts will deepen its portfolio with the purchase of 17 Eastern North American mountains including Attitash, NH and Mount Snow, VT.
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Ride Concepts    Jul 23, 2019
Ride Concepts Enters Germany, Austria, Benelux, Partners with Sports Nut Ride Concepts Enters Germany, Austria, Benelux, Partners with Sports Nut
You will be able to purchase Ride Concepts shoes in Germany, Austria, Belgium, Netherlands, and Luxembourg starting next month.
James Smurthwaite    Jul 22, 2019
Enduro World Series Announces 2020 Calendar Enduro World Series Announces 2020 Calendar
8 returning favourites make up the 2020 Enduro World Series calendar as we head around the world once again.
flag Brian Park    Jul 22, 2019
Job Posting: Pinkbike is Hiring a Videographer Job Posting: Pinkbike is Hiring a Videographer
Our video channels continue to grow, and we're adding another videographer to the team to help us build on that growth.
Ed Spratt    Jul 18, 2019
Adolf Silva Breaks Femur in Three Places In Crash at Loosefest XL Adolf Silva Breaks Femur in Three Places In Crash at Loosefest XL
A gnarly slam in Loosefest lands Adolf Silva in Belgian hopsital.
Daniel Sapp    Jul 17, 2019
Delta Airlines Eliminates Fee for Sporting Equipment Including Bikes Delta Airlines Eliminates Fee for Sporting Equipment Including Bikes
Flying with a bike just got a lot less expensive for Delta Airlines customers.
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Highland Mountain Bike Park    Jul 17, 2019
Highland and Clif Bring Gold Level Slopestyle Back to the USA Highland and Clif Bring Gold Level Slopestyle Back to the USA
The Clif Slopestyle presented by Fox US Open takes place this weekend at Highland Bike Park, former home to the Claymore Challenge.
   Jul 16, 2019
HUNT Announces 3 New Wheelsets with the Carbon All-Mountain, DH Privateer & Race XC HUNT Announces 3 New Wheelsets with the Carbon All-Mountain, DH Privateer & Race XC
Hunt Mountain release three new wheelsets. An XC, DH, and unique carbon all-mountain option with a lifetime warranty, provide options for a variety of riders.
flag Mammoth Mountain    Jul 15, 2019
Mammoth Bike Park Now Open to the Summit Mammoth Bike Park Now Open to the Summit
Following record snowfall, the Mammoth summit is now open.
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James Smurthwaite    Jul 12, 2019
Video: 50 Hits at the Athertons’ DyFi Bike Park Video: 50 Hits at the Athertons’ DyFi Bike Park
Dan Atherton's creation is finally open for business.
flag James Smurthwaite    Jul 10, 2019
£45,000 Worth of Bikes Stolen From Afan Trail Centre Hire Shop £45,000 Worth of Bikes Stolen From Afan Trail Centre Hire Shop
Among the losses were seven Orange hire bikes, a custom-built Transition Smuggler, a Cannondale Jekyll and a Santa Cruz Chameleon
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Daniel Sapp    Jul 9, 2019
Vista Outdoor Sells Off Firearms Brands for $170 Million Vista Outdoor Sells Off Firearms Brands for $170 Million
Following the sale of Savage Arms and Stevens by Vista Outdoor, REI to resume business with Bell, Giro, CamelBak, Blackburn, and other Vista Outdoor brands.
Daniel Sapp    Jul 9, 2019
Trailforks Aids in Another Rescue of Injured Mountain Biker in Penticton, BC Trailforks Aids in Another Rescue of Injured Mountain Biker in Penticton, BC
Search and rescue crews used Trailforks to locate an injured rider in Pentiction, BC.
Dirt School    Jul 9, 2019
Dirt School Launches New Guiding Service in the Tweed Valley Dirt School Launches New Guiding Service in the Tweed Valley
Dirt School has announced a new guide service to take riders around some of the world famous trails in the Tweed Valley.
Richard Cunningham    Jul 3, 2019
RockShox Recalls 29-Inch Lyrik and Yari Forks RockShox Recalls 29-Inch Lyrik and Yari Forks
The possibility that the lowers could fail on certain 29er forks prompted RockShox to do a voluntary recall. Don't ride yours until you've checked the serial numbers listed here.
James Smurthwaite    Jul 3, 2019
Iconic North Shore Teeter Totters Saved After Ontario Liability Ruling Iconic North Shore Teeter Totters Saved After Ontario Liability Ruling
Five teeter totters on Mount Fromme that were set to be dismantled following a liability case in Ontario have been saved following the advocacy work of the NSMBA.
James Smurthwaite    Jul 2, 2019
World Cup XC Riders Warned for Using 'Team' Plates to Gain Extra Training Time World Cup XC Riders Warned for Using 'Team' Plates to Gain Extra Training Time
The UCI is cracking down on riders pretending to be coaches to gain extra track time.
Polygon Bikes    Jul 2, 2019
Polygon Bikes Partners With BikesOnline For North American Distribution Polygon Bikes Partners With BikesOnline For North American Distribution
Australia’s largest consumer-direct bicycle retailer has launched into the North American market.
James Smurthwaite    Jun 26, 2019
Interview: Martin Maes - "I'm Not Guilty... I Just Made a Stupid Mistake" Interview: Martin Maes - "I'm Not Guilty... I Just Made a Stupid Mistake"
After his positive drug test, the (former) EWS series leader tells his side of the story.
Ed Spratt    Jun 24, 2019
Peaty's Introduces 2 New Products to Its Maintenance Range Peaty's Introduces 2 New Products to Its Maintenance Range
The two new products are said to be specially formulated in-house specifically to be used on bikes and have been made using environmentally safe materials.
Ed Spratt    Jun 22, 2019
Richie Rude Announces Return to the EWS Richie Rude Announces Return to the EWS
After being served an eight-month suspension by the French Anti-Doping Agency Richie Rude will return for the fourth round of the EWS next weekend.
James Smurthwaite    Jun 20, 2019
Giant Declares 'Made in China' Era Over Citing Trump Tariffs Giant Declares 'Made in China' Era Over Citing Trump Tariffs
The statement came after it moved US bound production back to Taiwan as a response to Trump's tariffs.
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Mike Levy    Jun 20, 2019
ENVE Will Replace Your Rim, No Questions Asked ENVE Will Replace Your Rim, No Questions Asked
You don't even need to make up a story if something stupid happens.
James Smurthwaite    Jun 20, 2019
Yoann Barelli Out for 6 Months With ACL Injury Yoann Barelli Out for 6 Months With ACL Injury
Yoann Barelli has announced he will be out for the rest of the season with an injury picked up last Sunday in Squamish.
James Smurthwaite    Jun 19, 2019
First Look: The New Specialized Fuse is a Hardtail, Built for Fun First Look: The New Specialized Fuse is a Hardtail, Built for Fun
Rock simplicity with an aluminum frame, modern numbers, big wheels and single-speed friendly dropouts,
flag James Smurthwaite    Jun 19, 2019
Video: The Full Story of the Malverns Classic Cancellation Video: The Full Story of the Malverns Classic Cancellation
Si Paton sits down with Pinned TV for a long form interview about the Malverns cancellation.
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Sarah Lukas    Jun 18, 2019
Top Stories from CyclingTips: What Happened to SpeedX, Podcasts on Sweat, Kate Courtney, Airline Fees, & More Top Stories from CyclingTips: What Happened to SpeedX, Podcasts on Sweat, Kate Courtney, Airline Fees, & More
What's going on in the curly bar world? CyclingTips Digest showcases articles from our road bike sister-site, CyclingTips. In each installment, you might find endurance coverage, power-to-weight ratios, gravel bike tech and, of course, lycra.
Richard Cunningham    Jun 17, 2019
Mountain Bike Hall of Fame Voting Begins Mountain Bike Hall of Fame Voting Begins
One Welsh trail blazer, two DH racers, a freeride film legend, cycling's toughest woman, two UK print pioneers, the creator of the Stumpjumper, and the father of tubeless. Honor four of these pivotal personalities with your votes before July 15.
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James Smurthwaite    Jun 14, 2019
Hope Boss Awarded MBE in Queen's Birthday Honours Hope Boss Awarded MBE in Queen's Birthday Honours
Hope's co-founder and Managing Director, Ian Weatherill, has been recognised in the latest Queen's Birthday Honours List.
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James Smurthwaite    Jun 12, 2019
6 Key Facts From the EWS Health Study 6 Key Facts From the EWS Health Study
The EWS has published the largest study into mountain bike injuries ever conducted and it’s packed with great info about the dangers of the sport we all love.
James Smurthwaite    Jun 10, 2019
Nerding Out: Leogang DH World Cup 2019 Nerding Out: Leogang DH World Cup 2019
Get yer pocket protectors out, it's time to dig into just how Leogang was won.
James Smurthwaite    Jun 6, 2019
Hope Questions Lack of Parity in Shimano Micro Spline Licensing Hope Questions Lack of Parity in Shimano Micro Spline Licensing
Questions still remain about what it takes for aftermarket hub manufacturers to receive a Micro Spline license from Shimano.
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flag James Smurthwaite    Jun 6, 2019
Mountain Biker in Manchester Seriously Injured After Motorbike Hit and Run on Trails Mountain Biker in Manchester Seriously Injured After Motorbike Hit and Run on Trails
The rider collided with a group of four motorcyclists and has been left with a serious leg injury.
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Daniel Sapp    Jun 1, 2019
Good Month / Bad Month: American Racing, Aaron Gwin, Sick Cycles, and Controversial XC Courses - May 2019 Good Month / Bad Month: American Racing, Aaron Gwin, Sick Cycles, and Controversial XC Courses - May 2019
The month of May was filled with all sorts of drama on and off the race course.
Ed Spratt    May 30, 2019
Christina Kollmann-Forstner Suspended By the UCI For Links to Doping Ring Christina Kollmann-Forstner Suspended By the UCI For Links to Doping Ring
After a recent move to mountain biking, Kollmann-Forstner came second behind Annika Langvad at last year’s UCI MTB Marathon World Championships
Sarah Moore    May 29, 2019
Rapha Foundation Donates $1.5 Million to Cycling Charities, Including NICA Rapha Foundation Donates $1.5 Million to Cycling Charities, Including NICA
We asked Rapha what the contribution to NICA means for their product line, what their goals are with the donations and how they plan to invest their marketing dollars going forward.
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   May 28, 2019
Trailforks Aids Rescue of Injured Mountain Biker in Penticton, BC Trailforks Aids Rescue of Injured Mountain Biker in Penticton, BC
After a rider was injured in the Three Blind Mice area, her riding partners used Trailforks to send rescuers her exact location.
James Smurthwaite    May 28, 2019
Aaron Gwin’s Race Bike Stolen in Edinburgh Aaron Gwin’s Race Bike Stolen in Edinburgh
A cash reward has been offered for the return of the large Intense M29.
James Smurthwaite    May 24, 2019
MIPS Acquires Fluid Inside Rotational Impact Company For $3.3 Million MIPS Acquires Fluid Inside Rotational Impact Company For $3.3 Million
MIPS has acquired the Fluid Inside head protection company, whose system is currently used in the Fox Rampage Pro Carbon.
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James Smurthwaite    May 23, 2019
Scott Acquires Majority Share in Bold Cycles Scott Acquires Majority Share in Bold Cycles
The two Swiss brands team up but will remain as separate entities.
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Mike Kazimer    May 17, 2019
Pinkbike Poll: What Would You Upgrade On Your Current Mountain Bike? Pinkbike Poll: What Would You Upgrade On Your Current Mountain Bike?
Would a set of fresh tires bring your bike back to life? Or is it in need of a more substantial upgrade?
Sarah Lukas    May 17, 2019
Top Stories from CyclingTips: Mathieu VDP’s Insane Amstel Gold, Shimano GRX, T47 Threaded BBs & More Top Stories from CyclingTips: Mathieu VDP’s Insane Amstel Gold, Shimano GRX, T47 Threaded BBs & More
What's going on in the curly bar world? CyclingTips Digest showcases articles from our road bike sister-site, CyclingTips. In each installment, you might find endurance coverage, power-to-weight ratios, gravel bike tech and, of course, lycra.
Ed Spratt    May 16, 2019
Innsbruck Bans Downhill Bikes from Public Transport Innsbruck Bans Downhill Bikes from Public Transport
Dual crown forks and full face helmets targeted on the Austrian City's public transport network.
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James Smurthwaite    May 14, 2019
Whyte Bikes Win Legal Battle Against Haas F1 Team's Title Sponsor, Rich Energy Whyte Bikes Win Legal Battle Against Haas F1 Team's Title Sponsor, Rich Energy
A 'staggering' judgement passed over logo copyright in the UK High Court.
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Sarah Moore    May 13, 2019
North of Nightfall Nominated for a Sports Emmy Award for Outstanding Camera Work North of Nightfall Nominated for a Sports Emmy Award for Outstanding Camera Work
Freeride Entertainment and Red Bull Media House's feature-length documentary is up for a Sports Emmy award for Outstanding Camera Work.
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Ed Spratt    May 6, 2019
Ruaridh Cunningham Out of EWS Madeira with Suspected Spinal Fluid Leak Ruaridh Cunningham Out of EWS Madeira with Suspected Spinal Fluid Leak
Trek Factory Racing rider Ruaridh Cunningham will be joining other riders missing EWS Madeira after a cerebrospinal fluid leak
Ed Spratt    May 3, 2019
Martin Maes Announced as Red Bull Athlete Martin Maes Announced as Red Bull Athlete
This year's fastest enduro rider has now joined Red Bull.
Mike Levy    May 2, 2019
Good Month / Bad Month: Mixed Wheel Sizes, Injuries, and Plenty of Controversy - April 2019 Good Month / Bad Month: Mixed Wheel Sizes, Injuries, and Plenty of Controversy - April 2019
Remember the time Walmart announced a lineup of carbon fiber bikes? Or when Greg Minnaar didn't qualify for a World Cup race? With all that and plenty more, April was a strange, strange month.
James Smurthwaite    May 1, 2019
The Karpiel Armageddon Returns as a 29er Downhill Bike [Updated] The Karpiel Armageddon Returns as a 29er Downhill Bike [Updated]
The Karpiel brand returns after a ten year hiatus. Updated with geometry and information from Jan Karpiel.
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Richard Cunningham    May 1, 2019
Lewis Buchanan Will Miss EWS Madeira Due to Broken Wrist Lewis Buchanan Will Miss EWS Madeira Due to Broken Wrist
Lewis won't be at the Maderia EWS, but he may mend in time for rounds four and five.
Ed Spratt    Apr 30, 2019
5 Things We Learned at Maribor DH World Cup 2019 5 Things We Learned at Maribor DH World Cup 2019
The first round of the World Cup in Maribor provided some classic racing, here are five things we noticed from the sidelines.
Sarah Moore    Apr 29, 2019
Katy Winton Missing EWS Madeira to Recover from Concussion Katy Winton Missing EWS Madeira to Recover from Concussion
Katy Winton is taking some time off from racing to recover after a series of heavy hits to the head.
Ed Spratt    Apr 29, 2019
Angel Suarez Suffered Dislocated Shoulder in Maribor Angel Suarez Suffered Dislocated Shoulder in Maribor
The YT Mob's sole rider for 2019 is injured following a crash in qualifying.
Ed Spratt    Apr 27, 2019
Red Bull Denied Drink Exclusivity on the Podium and Hot Seat in Maribor Red Bull Denied Drink Exclusivity on the Podium and Hot Seat in Maribor
In two press releases sent out by the UCI this morning, it was revealed that Red Bull wants to exclude other drinks from featuring on the DH podium and hot seat.
Ed Spratt    Apr 22, 2019
Kaos Seagrave To Miss Maribor World Cup Due To Lack of UCI Points Kaos Seagrave To Miss Maribor World Cup Due To Lack of UCI Points
Riders need to accrue 40 UCI points or be selected by their national federation to enter a World Cup. Kaos currently sits on 31 points.
Richard Cunningham    Apr 18, 2019
Mountain Bike Access Issues Flaring Up in San Diego County Mountain Bike Access Issues Flaring Up in San Diego County
Carlsbad Highlands Ecological Reserve becomes the latest turf war between mountain bikers and Southern California's complex web of land managers.
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James Smurthwaite    Apr 12, 2019
New Fox Open Face Dropframe Trail Helmet Spotted - Sea Otter 2019 New Fox Open Face Dropframe Trail Helmet Spotted - Sea Otter 2019
The new helmet from Fox has a unique design featuring lots of ventilation, extended coverage in the back, and massive earholes.
James Smurthwaite    Apr 9, 2019
Cedric Gracia Signs With Andorra's Forestal Bikes Cedric Gracia Signs With Andorra's Forestal Bikes
After nearly a decade on Santa Cruz, Cedric Gracia has announced his new ride for 2019 and it's a brand nobody saw coming - Forestal Bikes.
James Smurthwaite    Apr 8, 2019
Rachel Atherton Teases the New Atherton Trail Bike Rachel Atherton Teases the New Atherton Trail Bike
A first look at a fully built up trail bike from Atherton Bikes.
James Smurthwaite    Mar 31, 2019
Legendary Italian DH Racer Corrado Hérin Passes Away in Plane Crash Legendary Italian DH Racer Corrado Hérin Passes Away in Plane Crash
Our thoughts go out to the family and friends of Italy's greatest ever downhill racer. R.I.P.
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Sarah Moore    Mar 25, 2019
Nathan Rennie Charged with Drunk Driving Nathan Rennie Charged with Drunk Driving
The former Australian Downhill Champion and 2003 overall World Cup winner Nathan Rennie has been fined $3,000 and had his license suspended for nine months.
Ross Bell    Mar 20, 2019
Inside Devinci: A Canadian Success Story Inside Devinci: A Canadian Success Story
Ross Bell explores the Chicoutimi factory and finds out how Devinci was almost stopped in its tracks before it had even got going.
James Smurthwaite    Mar 24, 2019
Matt Simmonds Spotted on the New Cannondale Downhill Frame (We Think) Matt Simmonds Spotted on the New Cannondale Downhill Frame (We Think)
Has the new Cannondale downhill bike beed spotted again, this time at Round 3 of the Portugal DH Cup, which is being held on the Lousa World Cup track this weekend?
Sarah Moore    Jan 4, 2019
Winners Announced: Raffle for Colin Meagher, MTB Photographer with ALS Winners Announced: Raffle for Colin Meagher, MTB Photographer with ALS
Since the fundraiser launched, the organizers have had a few more generous bike friends reach out wanting to donate items to the raffle.
flag Sarah Moore    Mar 19, 2019
Former Canadian National XC Team Rider Matt Hadley Seriously Injured in Hiking Accident Former Canadian National XC Team Rider Matt Hadley Seriously Injured in Hiking Accident
With severe injuries to his right leg after a rock fell on him when he was hiking, doctors were forced to amputate from above the knee.
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Sarah Moore    Mar 15, 2019
Amer Sports Confirms Sale of Mavic Amer Sports Confirms Sale of Mavic
Amer Sports is focusing its portfolio by selling off its Mavic cycling business.
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Richard Cunningham    Mar 14, 2019
QBP's High-End Whisky Carbon Components will Sell on Amazon & eBay QBP's High-End Whisky Carbon Components will Sell on Amazon & eBay
Quality Bicycle Products will "curate" on-line product descriptions, images & pricing. Amazon and eBay shoppers will buy direct from qualified dealers.
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Urge Bike Products    Mar 14, 2019
Video: Camille Servant Signs with Rocky Mountain Video: Camille Servant Signs with Rocky Mountain
At only 24 years old, Camille is steering his career towards e-mtb.
James Smurthwaite    Mar 13, 2019
Dan Atherton Unveils Prototype 22" Titanium BMX Dan Atherton Unveils Prototype 22" Titanium BMX
Dan Atherton shows off an Atherton Bikes one-off.
Brian Park    Mar 12, 2019
An Update on Richie Rude & Jared Graves' Failed EWS Drug Test An Update on Richie Rude & Jared Graves' Failed EWS Drug Test
The EWS released a statement on the pair's eligibility to race, and we have more answers about the situation.
Sarah Moore    Mar 8, 2019
Snapshot: A View of Women's Mountain Biking From Female Racers & the Industry Snapshot: A View of Women's Mountain Biking From Female Racers & the Industry
We reached out to a wide variety of female racers and women who work in the mountain bike industry to see what their thoughts are on the state of women's mountain biking.
James Smurthwaite    Mar 8, 2019
Burning Question: Why Don't More World Cup Downhill Teams Sponsor a Woman? Burning Question: Why Don't More World Cup Downhill Teams Sponsor a Woman?
There's a big gender divide between who's getting sponsored and who isn't.
James Smurthwaite    Mar 6, 2019
London Bike Thief Foiled by Door London Bike Thief Foiled by Door
A would-be bike thief in London was left empty handed as he struggled to negotiate a shop's door with a £6.5k Yeti.
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James Smurthwaite    Mar 3, 2019
Mountain Biker, 75, Continues Riding For 30 Minutes After Rattlesnake Bite Mountain Biker, 75, Continues Riding For 30 Minutes After Rattlesnake Bite
Jim Watkins received three treatments of anti-venom that counteracted the snake's venom.
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Sarah Moore    Mar 1, 2019
Giant Factory Off-Road Team Expands for 2019, Moves to Fox Suspension Giant Factory Off-Road Team Expands for 2019, Moves to Fox Suspension
Just one year ago the team announced they were riding DVO Suspension.
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Daniel Sapp    Feb 28, 2019
REI to Sell Bontrager Parts & Cannondale's Full Lineup REI to Sell Bontrager Parts & Cannondale's Full Lineup
We sat down with all three players to discover how REI will be implementing sales, both in stores and on line.
James Smurthwaite    Feb 27, 2019
Former Pro Road Cyclist Arrested For Dealing and Trafficking Cocaine Using Mountain Bike Former Pro Road Cyclist Arrested For Dealing and Trafficking Cocaine Using Mountain Bike
Juan Pablo Valencia Gonzales, who rode for UCI Professional Continental outfit Team Colombia from 2012 to 2015, was arrested outside the house he was staying in earlier this month
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James Smurthwaite    Feb 25, 2019
Everything We Know About the 2020 Tokyo Olympics XCO Mountain Bike Race Everything We Know About the 2020 Tokyo Olympics XCO Mountain Bike Race
What will the riders be facing at the Izu Cycle Sport Centre?
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Police Recover 101 Stolen Bikes in Oldham Police Recover 101 Stolen Bikes in Oldham
A huge haul of stolen bikes in Manchester that can hopefully be reunited with their owners soon.
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Paul Aston    Jan 14, 2019
Update: Anne-Caroline Chausson Rides Again After Second Cancer Battle Update: Anne-Caroline Chausson Rides Again After Second Cancer Battle
French legend ACC starts riding again after a second cancer battle in three years.
James Smurthwaite    Feb 15, 2019
CBD is Being Marketed at Mountain Bikers, What Does That Mean? CBD is Being Marketed at Mountain Bikers, What Does That Mean?
Snake oil? Wonder supplement? Gold rush?
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Mike Kazimer    Feb 8, 2019
Performance to Close All Remaining Stores, Over 95 ASE Employees Laid Off Performance to Close All Remaining Stores, Over 95 ASE Employees Laid Off
Formerly the largest bicycle retailer in the United States, Performance will be closing all of their locations.
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flag James Smurthwaite    Feb 8, 2019
Indoor Mountain Bike Park Coming to Central Manchester Indoor Mountain Bike Park Coming to Central Manchester
Time to escape the British weather and ride inside at Dirt Factory.
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Authorities Seek Suspected Bike Shop Scammer in California Authorities Seek Suspected Bike Shop Scammer in California
A man who is thought to have targeted eight separate bike shops in attempts to steal high end bikes is being sought by police in southern California.
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flag Daniel Sapp    Feb 6, 2019
Trust Performance Announces US Demo Program Trust Performance Announces US Demo Program
Riders can draw their own conclusions as to whether the Message is worth $2,700 and the hype.
Paul Aston    Feb 4, 2019
UCI Aiming for 5 Round Snow Downhill World Cup in 2020 UCI Aiming for 5 Round Snow Downhill World Cup in 2020
There's a three-race series based in France this winter, but a recent press release suggests there will be a global series in 2020.
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Mike Kazimer    Feb 1, 2019
AMI Purchases Bike Mag, Dew Tour, & Other Sports/Adventure Titles AMI Purchases Bike Mag, Dew Tour, & Other Sports/Adventure Titles
The company that owns the National Enquirer and US Weekly has purchased 14 additional brands, including Bike, Powder and Surfer.
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James Smurthwaite    Feb 1, 2019
Off-Season Wheels & Deals: Sponsor Changes Round Up Off-Season Wheels & Deals: Sponsor Changes Round Up
Luca Shaw on Monster, Cedric Gracia off Santa Cruz, Radon Factory Team winds up and more.
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Eric Palmer    Jan 31, 2019
Sam Reynolds Out of DarkFEST After Breaking Wrist on New Trick Jump Sam Reynolds Out of DarkFEST After Breaking Wrist on New Trick Jump
Healing vibes to Sam after this gnarly slam.
Atherton Racing    Jan 25, 2019
Athertons Launch Their Own Bike Company With Dragon's Den Investor Athertons Launch Their Own Bike Company With Dragon's Den Investor
The brand formerly known as Robot Bike Co becomes a big new venture for the Athertons as they launch their own bike company that will use additive manufacturing.
Mike Kazimer    Jan 24, 2019
Graham Agassiz on Evil Bikes for 2019 Graham Agassiz on Evil Bikes for 2019
Graham Agassiz has secured a new bike sponsor for 2019 and beyond.
Daniel Sapp    Jan 23, 2019
Industry Insider: The US Government Shutdown is Impacting Trail Building and Maintenance Industry Insider: The US Government Shutdown is Impacting Trail Building and Maintenance
Multiple trail construction projects are currently on hold due to the US government shutdown.
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Richard Cunningham    Jan 22, 2019
Intense Restructures With New Management Team, Commitment to Racing Development Intense Restructures With New Management Team, Commitment to Racing Development
Four years of soul-searching boosted Intense’s market share and ushered in their Rider Direct sales program, but at what cost?
flag James Smurthwaite    Jan 21, 2019
Mountain Bikers Targeted With Air Weapon in Leamington Spa Mountain Bikers Targeted With Air Weapon in Leamington Spa
One rider was hit in the leg, receiving superficial injuries.
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Madison Opens Online Shopping Platform to All UK Bike Shops Madison Opens Online Shopping Platform to All UK Bike Shops
UK distributor looks to shake up online sales.
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Paul Aston    Jan 16, 2019
Marco Fidalgo Passes Away Following Motorcycle Crash Marco Fidalgo Passes Away Following Motorcycle Crash
R.I.P to a legend of Portuguese mountain biking. Marco was a great friend to me, along with being a true professional and awesome dad to his boy, Santiago.
James Smurthwaite    Jan 16, 2019
Scottish Council Concerned by Mountain Bikers "Stripping Off" Scottish Council Concerned by Mountain Bikers "Stripping Off"
Innerleithen locals complain about mountain bikers' behaviour.
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James Smurthwaite    Jan 15, 2019
Protective Airbag Vest for Cyclists Shown at CES 2019 Protective Airbag Vest for Cyclists Shown at CES 2019
Is airbag protection the future for mountain bikers?
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Tristan Tinn    Jan 11, 2019
Inside Stanton Bikes' Full Suspension UK Manufacturing Inside Stanton Bikes' Full Suspension UK Manufacturing
We take a trip to take a look inside the home of Stanton Bikes, meet founder Dan Stanton, his tight-knit seven-man team, and follow the process of manufacturing their new bike.
Richard Cunningham    Jan 9, 2019
SRAM CEO Stan Day Steps Down After 31 Years SRAM CEO Stan Day Steps Down After 31 Years
Ken Lousberg, recently hired as the company's COO, will now take the reigns as the Chief Executive Officer of the world's second-largest bicycle component maker.
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Daniel Sapp    Jan 8, 2019
Josh Bryceland & Squad Officially Form the 'Cannondale Sessions' Josh Bryceland & Squad Officially Form the 'Cannondale Sessions'
Bryceland is on Cannondale leading a crew of shredders but where's the DH bike?
flag James Smurthwaite    Jan 7, 2019
New Balance CEO Becomes President and CEO of US Cycling New Balance CEO Becomes President and CEO of US Cycling
Rob DeMartini takes on the top role at US Cycling and has his sights set on Olympic success
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James Smurthwaite    Jan 7, 2019
R.I.P Chris McCrum - Squamish Legend Passes Away in Skiing Accident R.I.P Chris McCrum - Squamish Legend Passes Away in Skiing Accident
Our thoughts go out to Chris' family and friends.
James Smurthwaite    Jan 3, 2019
Lawsuit Claims Search & Rescue Delays Contributed to Mountain Biker's Death Lawsuit Claims Search & Rescue Delays Contributed to Mountain Biker's Death
Andres Martin died in 2014 after spending the night injured on Santiago Peak.
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Richard Cunningham    Jan 2, 2019
RIP Dan Hanebrink: Inventor, Competitor & Mountain Bike Pioneer RIP Dan Hanebrink: Inventor, Competitor & Mountain Bike Pioneer
One of the most prolific inventors on two wheels, Dan Hanebrink and his wild creations were often far ahead of their time.
Pinkbike Staff    Jan 2, 2019
5 Things We'll Miss in 2019, & 3 We Won't 5 Things We'll Miss in 2019, & 3 We Won't
A new year means new beginnings and there's plenty to look forward to over the next 12 months. Before we get stuck into that though, let's take a look back at some of the things we'll be leaving behind in 2018.
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James Smurthwaite    Jan 2, 2019
Graham Agassiz Says Goodbye to Kona Graham Agassiz Says Goodbye to Kona
After a 12 year partnership, Kona and Aggy part ways
James Smurthwaite    Dec 30, 2018
7 Things We've Learned in 2018 7 Things We've Learned in 2018
We’ve had 12 months of new tech, incredible racing, and awesome action, but here are the seven things that are totally unique to 2018.
Mike Kazimer    Dec 21, 2018
Thule Purchases Tepui Outdoors, US-Based Roof Top Tent Company Thule Purchases Tepui Outdoors, US-Based Roof Top Tent Company
Thule has acquired Tepui for a reported $9.5 million USD.
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Mike Levy    Dec 20, 2018
Chain Reaction Cycles Won't Sell You Shimano Parts if You're in North America Chain Reaction Cycles Won't Sell You Shimano Parts if You're in North America
CRC announces on their website that American and Canadian customers won't be able to get Shimano parts beginning January 1st.
Daniel Sapp    Dec 17, 2018
Suspect in California Test Ride Thefts Arrested Suspect in California Test Ride Thefts Arrested
Facial recognition software was used to identify a suspected bike thief in Southern California.
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Sarah Moore    Dec 17, 2018
Raffle for Rider & Photographer Colin Meagher - Recently Diagnosed With ALS & Needs Your Help Raffle for Rider & Photographer Colin Meagher - Recently Diagnosed With ALS & Needs Your Help
Colin’s photos have graced the pages of mountain bike magazines and websites around the world, including Pinkbike, for more than two decades now.
Richard Cunningham    Dec 14, 2018
Supreme & Santa Cruz Collaborate on Limited Edition Chameleon Hardtail Supreme & Santa Cruz Collaborate on Limited Edition Chameleon Hardtail
New York streetwear brand drops a Fall/Winter collection that includes a Supreme Branded Santa Cruz Chameleon. You'll have to dig deep to own one.
Mike Levy    Dec 13, 2018
Former World Champ Pauline Ferrand-Prevot Reveals Iliac Artery Endofibrosis Diagnosis Former World Champ Pauline Ferrand-Prevot Reveals Iliac Artery Endofibrosis Diagnosis
Mountain, cyclocross, and road World Champion, reveals an IAE diagnosis that will keep her off the bike during the next four months.
Mike Levy    Dec 13, 2018
Racing Rumors 2.0: Gwin, the Athertons, & More Racing Rumors 2.0: Gwin, the Athertons, & More
Will we see Aaron Gwin on an Intense? Gee Atherton on a Norco?
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Mike Levy    Dec 12, 2018
Good Month / Bad Month: Fairness, Ohlins, Fuji, Sending It, & More - November 2018 Good Month / Bad Month: Fairness, Ohlins, Fuji, Sending It, & More - November 2018
With so much stuff going on, we almost forgot to look back at a wild, wild November.
James Smurthwaite    Dec 12, 2018
Opinion: Cancellation of Interbike 2019 Means Changes for Industry Trade Shows Opinion: Cancellation of Interbike 2019 Means Changes for Industry Trade Shows
With Interbike not running for the first time since it started in 1993, we delve deeper into all trade shows.
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James Smurthwaite    Dec 12, 2018
Man Prosecuted in Britain After Buying a Stun Gun to Fit on his Mountain Bike Man Prosecuted in Britain After Buying a Stun Gun to Fit on his Mountain Bike
A Polish man living in Cheshire, England, has been prosecuted for buying a light with an in-built stun gun online to fit to his mountain bike.
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Daniel Sapp    Dec 11, 2018
Dakine Acquired by Marquee Brands LLC Dakine Acquired by Marquee Brands LLC
We reached out to Dakine's VP of Sales, Chico Bukovansky for comment.
Matt Wragg    Dec 11, 2018
From The Top: David Lappartient, President of the UCI From The Top: David Lappartient, President of the UCI
Under Lappartient's leadership, France embraced enduro and once again became a dominant force in World Cup DH competition. Now he is at the helm of the UCI, talking about big changes...
Richard Cunningham    Dec 10, 2018
Rest in Peace: The Rise & Fall of Interbike Rest in Peace: The Rise & Fall of Interbike
Putting flowers on the grave of a bike show that most riders were never invited to attend.
Daniel Sapp    Dec 7, 2018
Consortium to Buy Amer Sports for 5.2 Billion Consortium to Buy Amer Sports for 5.2 Billion
Amer Sports owns both ENVE and Mavic, as well as other active brands such as Arcteryx, Salomon, Atomic, and Suunto.
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Mike Levy    Dec 6, 2018
Interbike Cancelled for 2019 Interbike Cancelled for 2019
''While there were distinct advantages to Reno and Tahoe as venues for Interbike...''
Daniel Sapp    Dec 4, 2018
Update: A Week of Bike Theft in the UK Update: A Week of Bike Theft in the UK
Bike theft in the UK has been rampant this week with Hans Rey suffering three break-ins. On top of that, Orange Bikes and Stif Mountain Bike shop have also suffered thefts.
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James Smurthwaite    Dec 4, 2018
Annika Langvad Joins Boels Dolmans Road Cycling Team Annika Langvad Joins Boels Dolmans Road Cycling Team
The two time XC World Champion, Annika Langvad, will be hitting the tarmac 2019.
James Smurthwaite    Dec 3, 2018
Mark Weir Hospitalized Following 'Widow Maker' Heart Scare Mark Weir Hospitalized Following 'Widow Maker' Heart Scare
Mountain bike legend Mark Weir has survived a serious heart health scare and is recovering in hospital.
Sarah Moore    Nov 30, 2018
Update: Hans Rey Hit By Another Break In, More Bikes Stolen Update: Hans Rey Hit By Another Break In, More Bikes Stolen
As you can imagine, Hans Rey has some unique bikes, several of which aren't even available to purchase in the UK.
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Ross Bell    Dec 3, 2018
Inside Endura's Factory Where 'Scottish-Proof' Riding Gear is Made Inside Endura's Factory Where 'Scottish-Proof' Riding Gear is Made
With a reputation for some of the most rugged apparel going, we visit the Endura factory to see how their 'Scottish-proof' clothing is brought to life and how they are transitioning into a digitally dominated world.
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James Smurthwaite    Nov 30, 2018
Guillaume Bout's Bonkers Concept Bikes Guillaume Bout's Bonkers Concept Bikes
Check out a 21st century off-road penny farthing and a fat downhill bike, sprung from the brain of Guillaume Bout.
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Brian Park    Nov 27, 2018
Jason Lucas & James Smurthwaite Join Pinkbike Jason Lucas & James Smurthwaite Join Pinkbike
The former editor at Dirt Magazine and a member of YouTube duo IFHT have joined our editorial team.
Mike Levy    Nov 26, 2018
Exclusive: Richie Rude & Jared Graves Failed Drug Test at EWS France Exclusive: Richie Rude & Jared Graves Failed Drug Test at EWS France
The former teammates have confirmed to Pinkbike that they returned Adverse Analytical Findings from an in-competition drug test back in May.
Mike Levy    Nov 26, 2018
Interview: Jared Graves Comments on Failed Drug Test Interview: Jared Graves Comments on Failed Drug Test
We sat down with Jared to get the specifics of the situation from his perspective.
Mike Levy    Nov 26, 2018
Interview: Richie Rude Comments on Failed Drug Test Interview: Richie Rude Comments on Failed Drug Test
We reached out to Richie to hear his side of the story.
Mike Kazimer    Nov 15, 2018
Trending: Mountain Bike Tech to Look for in 2019 Trending: Mountain Bike Tech to Look for in 2019
2019 is almost here - what does that mean for the mountain bike world?
Brian Park    Nov 16, 2018
Pinkbike's Development Team Is Hiring Pinkbike's Development Team Is Hiring
Dreaming of combining your passion for mountain biking with your expertise building world class software products?
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Alex Evans    Nov 16, 2018
Wharncliffe's Wharncouver Trail Bulldozed Wharncliffe's Wharncouver Trail Bulldozed
A trail in Wharncliffe's progressive Wharncouver area has been flattened by the Forestry Commission.
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Mike Kazimer    Nov 1, 2018
Good Month / Bad Month: October 2018 Good Month / Bad Month: October 2018
Team rumors, Red Bull Rampage, stolen bikes - it's time to revisit October's highs and lows.
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Sarah Moore    Nov 1, 2018
Fox Factory Plans to Move HQ from California to Georgia [Updated] Fox Factory Plans to Move HQ from California to Georgia [Updated]
While senior-level executives are headed to Georgia, all the bike OEM sales, marketing, engineering, and development teams will remain in Scotts Valley.
Pinkbike Staff    Oct 29, 2018
Canyon Recalls Mountain Bikes Due to Crash Hazard Canyon Recalls Mountain Bikes Due to Crash Hazard
2018 model year Canyon Spectral bikes have been recalled due to frame failures.
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Pinkbike Staff    Oct 29, 2018
Sheffield's Wharncliffe Trails at Risk Sheffield's Wharncliffe Trails at Risk
The trails where Peaty cut his teeth are currently under threat of being closed down by the Forestry Commission. UPDATE: Forestry Commission official statement
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Pinkbike Staff    Oct 26, 2018
Cam Zink Pulls Out of Rampage Cam Zink Pulls Out of Rampage
A recurring shoulder injury stops Zink's Rampage crusade.
Richard Cunningham    Oct 24, 2018
Hayes Acquires Reynolds Cycling Hayes Acquires Reynolds Cycling
Hayes Performance Systems announced today that they purchased Reynolds Cycling LLC to expand the scope and reach of their component group.
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Pinkbike Staff    Oct 17, 2018
Cam Zink Potentially Out of Rampage With Dislocated Shoulder Cam Zink Potentially Out of Rampage With Dislocated Shoulder
Cam Zink's Rampage could be over before it has even really begun after suffering from a dislocated shoulder whilst going off a drop.
Alex Evans    Oct 14, 2018
British Mountain Biker Shot Dead Near Morzine by Hunter British Mountain Biker Shot Dead Near Morzine by Hunter
We've received the sad and tragic news that a British mountain biker was shot dead by a hunter on the popular trails of Super Morzine in France. Updated 16th October 2018
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Mike Levy    Oct 11, 2018
Ingrid Doerr: A Tribute Ingrid Doerr: A Tribute
Photographers, athletes, & friends pay tribute to the founder of Roach Clothing—a woman who changed MTB apparel forever.
Sarah Moore    Oct 9, 2018
Russian Freerider Kirill Benderoni in a Coma Russian Freerider Kirill Benderoni in a Coma
Kirill Churbanov had a bad crash while riding on his home trails close to Moscow. His friends have set up a GoFundMe campaign to help with his recovery.
Aidan Oliver    Oct 6, 2018
7 of the Weirdest MTB Instagram Accounts 7 of the Weirdest MTB Instagram Accounts
Love it or hate it, social media has opened up the world of mountain biking. But among all the #influencers, brands, and athletes are some ultra-weird accounts. These are our favourites.
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Pinkbike Staff    Oct 5, 2018
Rocky Mountain Has 160 Bikes Stolen From Container Rocky Mountain Has 160 Bikes Stolen From Container
A shocking number of 2019 bikes were stolen from Rocky Mountain's warehouse in Vancouver on Monday night.
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Richard Cunningham    Oct 3, 2018
Good Month / Bad Month: September 2018 Good Month / Bad Month: September 2018
Action packed - but not always in a good way. Check out the highest and lowest moments of September...
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Pinkbike Staff    Oct 2, 2018
2019 UCI MTB Rulebook Fixes DH Finals Start Order, Allows For Mismatched Wheel Sizes & More 2019 UCI MTB Rulebook Fixes DH Finals Start Order, Allows For Mismatched Wheel Sizes & More
The amended rulebook allows for the inclusion of enduro, pump track racing and alpine snow bike competitions, an exemption for eMTB 'mechanic doping', permitted mismatched wheel sizes, reverting back to the old finals start order system.
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Sarah Moore    Sep 27, 2018
The Top 10 Ratboy x Santa Cruz Moments The Top 10 Ratboy x Santa Cruz Moments
With Santa Cruz and Josh Bryceland parting ways ahead of 2019, we immediately started reminiscing about all the iconic moments they've had over the years.
Sarah Moore    Sep 27, 2018
Josh Bryceland & Santa Cruz Bicycles Part Ways Josh Bryceland & Santa Cruz Bicycles Part Ways
After 10 years together, Josh Bryceland and Santa Cruz Bicycles are parting ways. We speculate on who he may be riding for in 2019...
Pinkbike Staff    Sep 22, 2018
Ingrid Doerr, Founder of Roach Clothing, Has Passed Away Ingrid Doerr, Founder of Roach Clothing, Has Passed Away
Her clothing was legendary and helped popularize what became the freeride style.
Pinkbike Staff    Sep 21, 2018
Concussion Takes Marco Osborne out of the Last Two EWS Rounds Concussion Takes Marco Osborne out of the Last Two EWS Rounds
Marco Osborne has chosen to sit out for the last two EWS rounds of 2018 after suffering a concussion.
Pinkbike Staff    Sep 20, 2018
Ohlins Recall RXF 36 & RXF 34 Air Forks Ohlins Recall RXF 36 & RXF 34 Air Forks
Ohlins have released a stop ride / stop sale safety recall on the RFX 36 29/27.5 and RXF 34 air fork spec'ed on the 2017 Stumpjumper, Enduro and Fuse and the 2018 Stumpjumper, Enduro and Turbo Levo. UPDATED with comment from Ohlins & Specialized.
Pinkbike Staff    Sep 20, 2018
Video: Maribor Bidding for 2019 DH World Cup Round Video: Maribor Bidding for 2019 DH World Cup Round
Will we see the return of the iconic venue in 2019?
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Richard Cunningham    Sep 18, 2018
Tariffs on Chinese Bicycles & Parts Will Begin Next Week Tariffs on Chinese Bicycles & Parts Will Begin Next Week
US bicycle industry scrambles to adjust for higher retail prices after Trump makes good on his threat to punish China
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Alex Evans    Sep 18, 2018
Video: Top-Speed World Record Smashed at 183 mph on a Bicycle Video: Top-Speed World Record Smashed at 183 mph on a Bicycle
Denise Mueller-Korenek has smashed the previous bicycle land speed record of 167 mph by nearly 17 mph. Reaching a maximum speed of 183.93 mph, faster than the top speed of a Lamborghini Countach, using just pedal power.
Paul Aston    Sep 6, 2018
Good Month / Bad Month: August 2018 Good Month / Bad Month: August 2018
Racing, festivals, fresh kit, and injuries were on August's shopping list.
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Chris Kilmurray    Sep 6, 2018
Analysis: The Search for the World Champs Winning Formula Analysis: The Search for the World Champs Winning Formula
Coach Chris Kilmurray gives us some expert insight on what it could take to win the Lenzerheide World Champs.
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Richard Cunningham    Sep 6, 2018
Steve Peat & Josh Bender Inducted into the Mountain Bike Hall of Fame Steve Peat & Josh Bender Inducted into the Mountain Bike Hall of Fame
Mountain Bike Hall of Fame will honor six new members at a gala awards ceremony in Fairfax, California, September 21 - 22
Pinkbike Staff    Sep 4, 2018
Jared Graves Diagnosed with a Brain Tumor Jared Graves Diagnosed with a Brain Tumor
Really sad news this morning as Jared Graves announced on his Instagram account that he has been diagnosed with a brain tumor.
Hazel Brewster    Sep 1, 2018
8 Things We Learned at the La Bresse World Cup 8 Things We Learned at the La Bresse World Cup
Takeaways from last weekend's race.
Maxxis UK    Aug 16, 2018
Maxxis Riders Top The Podium at 'Ard Rock Enduro Maxxis Riders Top The Podium at 'Ard Rock Enduro
Maxxis UK is in celebration mode following a hugely successful weekend for its team and sponsored riders at the ‘Ard Rock Festival in Swaledale.
Pinkbike Staff    Aug 15, 2018
Finished: The Froriders Ask Us Anything Finished: The Froriders Ask Us Anything
The original freeride team of Brett Tippie, Richie Schley, & Wade Simmons joined us to answer your questions about freeride today, brand loyalty, whack style, and more.
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Pinkbike Staff    Aug 11, 2018
Jesse Melamed Injures Hand In Practice, Unlikely To Race EWS Whistler Jesse Melamed Injures Hand In Practice, Unlikely To Race EWS Whistler
The hometown hero and last year's winner of EWS Whistler took a big slam in practice today on Stage 1.
Alex Evans    Aug 11, 2018
Emil Johansson Talks About Overcoming Injury & His 10-Month Break From Competition Emil Johansson Talks About Overcoming Injury & His 10-Month Break From Competition
Sweedish slopestyle sensation Emil Johansson talks about being diagnosed with a serious and life-changing condition that means he's been unable to compete and ride his bike this year.
Richard Cunningham    Aug 8, 2018
Industry Weighs in on the Latest  Round of US Tariffs on Chinese Mountain Bike Imports Industry Weighs in on the Latest Round of US Tariffs on Chinese Mountain Bike Imports
How will it affect retail prices? Who will feel it the most? Who stands to gain?
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Maxxis UK    Aug 3, 2018
Maxxis Prepped and Ready to Take on ‘Ard Rock Enduro 2018 Maxxis Prepped and Ready to Take on ‘Ard Rock Enduro 2018
The Maxxis team have been hard at work preparing for ‘Ard Rock Enduro Festival this week, where it will showcase its DoubleDown Technology and support its sponsored riders at one of the UK’s biggest and best mountain bike events.
Pinkbike Staff    Aug 2, 2018
American Tariffs on Chinese-Made Goods Threaten to Increase Prices for the US Bike Industry American Tariffs on Chinese-Made Goods Threaten to Increase Prices for the US Bike Industry
China's reaction to a recently-proposed 200 billion dollars of additional US tariffs on imported Chinese-made goods could spell disruption for the bike industry.
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Alex Evans    Jul 25, 2018
Loic Bruni Isn't the Family's Only DH World Champion Loic Bruni Isn't the Family's Only DH World Champion
Loic's dad, Jean Pierre Bruni, has enjoyed a 21-year podium-topping career and is an eight-times World Champion. Is he the secret to his son's success?
Brian Park    Jul 23, 2018
6 Things We Learned at EWS La Thuile 6 Things We Learned at EWS La Thuile
Some oddities in the race for the overall, surprisingly successful tech, and lots more.
Richard Cunningham    Jul 20, 2018
3 Questions About La Thuile EWS 3 Questions About La Thuile EWS
It's Sam vs Sam, Ravanel vs Ravanel and Thor vs Italy.
Pinkbike Staff    Jul 11, 2018
Hungry Work: Strava Releases Food Data Hungry Work: Strava Releases Food Data
Live to ride to eat. That's how it goes, right? Strava gathered self-reported data on the food and drink that athletes are consuming, and put together a week's worth of info.
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Pinkbike Staff    Jul 8, 2018
Aaron Gwin Likely Out Until Mont-Sainte-Anne Aaron Gwin Likely Out Until Mont-Sainte-Anne
After a punishing race run at Val di Sole, it looks as though Gwin will miss Vallnord to heal his thumb injury.
Mike Levy    Jul 6, 2018
Good Month / Bad Month: June 2018 Good Month / Bad Month: June 2018
There's SO MUCH going on! Here are just some of the highs and lows from June.
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Brian Park    Jun 21, 2018
Interview: Chris Ball, Director of the EWS - 'Why Would We Mess With A Good Thing?' Interview: Chris Ball, Director of the EWS - 'Why Would We Mess With A Good Thing?'
The Managing Director of the EWS discusses what their new agreement with the UCI means for the sport and the series.
Richard Cunningham    Jun 19, 2018
Revisiting the Birthplace of Shimano Revisiting the Birthplace of Shimano
Over 20 years ago, Richard Cunningham had the rare opportunity to step behind Shimano's veil of secrecy and tour their factory in Sakai City, Japan. Since then, the entire complex has been rebuilt. In celebration of their latest XTR ensemble, he returned to see the changes.
Pinkbike Staff    Jun 19, 2018
Rocky Mountain's Parent Company Changes Name To... Rocky Mountain? Rocky Mountain's Parent Company Changes Name To... Rocky Mountain?
The CEO of Rocky Mountain's parent company announces changes for the company and addresses rumours of the North Vancouver brand's sale.
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Richard Cunningham    Jun 7, 2018
Burning Question: How Much of Your Own Money Would You Spend to Guarantee You Wouldn't Flat on Race Day? Burning Question: How Much of Your Own Money Would You Spend to Guarantee You Wouldn't Flat on Race Day?
Downhill and enduro pros weigh in on one of mountain bike racing's bitter disappointments - you may be surprised by their answers.
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Pinkbike Staff    Jun 6, 2018
Finished: Ask Us Anything With Norco Bicycles Finished: Ask Us Anything With Norco Bicycles
Norco Bicycles' Jim Jamieson, David Cox, and Terry Brown were live on Pinkbike responding to all of your questions.
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Paul Aston    Jun 2, 2018
Burning Question: Should the DH Skinsuit Ban Be Lifted? Burning Question: Should the DH Skinsuit Ban Be Lifted?
Is it time for the UCI to revise their rule regarding downhill race apparel?
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Mike Kazimer    Jun 1, 2018
May 2018 - Good Month or Bad Month? May 2018 - Good Month or Bad Month?
We take a look at the highs and lows that occurred in the month of May 2018.
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Matt Wragg    May 25, 2018
Inside BMC: Behind the Scenes With the Swiss Risk Takers Inside BMC: Behind the Scenes With the Swiss Risk Takers
Matt Wragg takes a look inside BMC's advanced in-house carbon development facility, and discovers a divergent culture within the typically no-nonsense company.
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Pinkbike Staff    May 24, 2018
Opening Weekend Survey 2018: What People Are Riding at the Whistler Bike Park Opening Weekend Survey 2018: What People Are Riding at the Whistler Bike Park
We set up at the Whistler Bike Park for our (somewhat) annual Opening Weekend survey and found out what is popular in the park this year.
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Paul Aston    May 24, 2018
Spotted: New Shimano XTR Spotted: New Shimano XTR
These images of what appears to be Shimano’s new drivetrain were snapped at the Nové Mesto XC World Cup.
Alex Evans    May 22, 2018
Jack Moir Out With Broken Collarbone [Update: Official Word From Jack] Jack Moir Out With Broken Collarbone [Update: Official Word From Jack]
According to Jack Moir's Instagram, he has suffered a broken collarbone and won't be racing at the Fort William World Cup in two weeks time.
Richard Cunningham    May 20, 2018
Rider Killed by Cougar in Washington State Rider Killed by Cougar in Washington State
One injured, one dead in rare attack while riding near Snoqualmie, Washington.
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Richard Cunningham    May 2, 2018
April 2018: Good Month or Bad Month? April 2018: Good Month or Bad Month?
Big crashes, larger wheels, higher prices, and the World Cup DH returns with a roar - here's what happened in April 2018.
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Sarah Moore    May 1, 2018
Vista Outdoor To Sell Bell, Giro, Blackburn, & Other Brands Vista Outdoor To Sell Bell, Giro, Blackburn, & Other Brands
Earlier today, Vista Outdoor announced plans to sell Bell, Giro, and Blackburn. They credit an internal review for the move rather than recent consumer boycotts.
Sarah Moore    Apr 26, 2018
The Story Behind the Start Order at the UCI World Cup DH in Losinj The Story Behind the Start Order at the UCI World Cup DH in Losinj
For viewers watching the UCI World Cup DH in Losinj live, the seeding order of the riders in the final caused major confusion. So what happened. Why didn't the Bulldog start last since he qualified first?
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Brian Park    Apr 21, 2018
Pinkbike Celebrates 20th Anniversary at Sea Otter Pinkbike Celebrates 20th Anniversary at Sea Otter
To kick off a year of celebrating our 20th Anniversary, our booth at Sea Otter features some of our favourite moments, gear, and stories from the last two decades.
Pinkbike Staff    Apr 5, 2018
The Provisional 2019 UCI World Cup Downhill Dates The Provisional 2019 UCI World Cup Downhill Dates
The provisional 2019 World Cup Downhill dates have unofficially been announced.
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PNW Components    Apr 3, 2018
PNW Components Sponsors Jeff Kendall-Weed PNW Components Sponsors Jeff Kendall-Weed
Balancing their goal of working with top riders and keeping true to their brand statement, PNW Components are proud to welcome Jeff Kendall-Weed as a supported rider.
Pinkbike Staff    Apr 3, 2018
Finished: Santa Cruz Bicycles Ask Us Anything Finished: Santa Cruz Bicycles Ask Us Anything
Santa Cruz's Joe Graney, Nic McCrae, Nick Anderson and Jack Russell were live on Pinkbike today to respond to your questions. Check out their answers inside.
Paul Aston    Apr 2, 2018
March 2018 - Good Month or Bad Month? March 2018 - Good Month or Bad Month?
Concussions, racing, new products and prototypes highlight the positive and negative events from the last month.
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Alex Evans    Apr 1, 2018
New Industry Standard Set to Make a Massive Splash New Industry Standard Set to Make a Massive Splash
The new WB01 standard will wet your whistle for longer and faster rides.
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Brian Park    Apr 1, 2018
Manufacturer Switches to Threaded Bottom Bracket, Pinkbike Commenter Does Not Purchase as Promised Manufacturer Switches to Threaded Bottom Bracket, Pinkbike Commenter Does Not Purchase as Promised
Months earlier, he had logged onto Pinkbike.com and commented "put a real BB on it and I would get one.kill pressfit!!!!"
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Vernon Felton    Apr 1, 2018
Groundbreaking Bike Review Does Not Mention Goats Groundbreaking Bike Review Does Not Mention Goats
The publishing industry was rocked to its core yesterday by revelations that a member of the cycling press had authored a bike review that did not include the phrase “Climbs like a goat.” Reactions range from mild confusion to stunned disbelief.
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Brian Park    Mar 31, 2018
Another eMTB Athlete Signs With Unassisted Bike Brand Another eMTB Athlete Signs With Unassisted Bike Brand
Tired of their YouTube vlogging duties and the stresses of being lifestyle celebrities, eMTB athletes are continuing to look to "acoustic" mountain bike brands and branching out into progressive areas like judged competition and racing.
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Richard Cunningham    Mar 20, 2018
Niner Acquired by United Wheels - Chris Sugai Talks About What Lies Ahead Niner Acquired by United Wheels - Chris Sugai Talks About What Lies Ahead
After a three month nail-biter, Asian investment firm United Wheels makes the winning bid for the Colorado manufacturer.
Alex Evans    Mar 3, 2018
20 European Riding Spots We Want to Visit in 2018 20 European Riding Spots We Want to Visit in 2018
These are some of the best places to ride in Europe. We’re counting our airmiles already.
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Vernon Felton    Mar 2, 2018
February 2018 - Good Month or Bad Month? February 2018 - Good Month or Bad Month?
2018 is already shaping up to be an interesting year. Here's what made the good and bad lists this time around.
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Cannondale Bikes    Mar 2, 2018
Cannondale Announces 2018 Enduro Team Cannondale Announces 2018 Enduro Team
A new direction for Matt Simmonds as he joins the Cannondale Enduro Team and focuses on the Enduro World Series in 2018.
Mike Kazimer    Feb 28, 2018
Cycling Brands Under Scrutiny in Gun Control Debate Cycling Brands Under Scrutiny in Gun Control Debate
The gun control debate that's currently taking place in North America has sporting goods retailers and consumers facing difficult decisions concerning the brands they purchase from.
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Sarah Moore    Feb 17, 2018
Social Saturday Social Saturday
Winter sports and Olympians, a new helmet sponsor for Aaron Gwin, the ups and downs of injuries, and more. We bring you the highs and lows from social media this week.
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Alex Evans    Feb 3, 2018
Social Saturday, Attempt Number 2 Social Saturday, Attempt Number 2
See what's shaking on the disseminators of fake news this week from some of mountain biking's biggest names.
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Mike Levy    Feb 1, 2018
January 2018 - Good Month or Bad Month? January 2018 - Good Month or Bad Month?
It's been a busy first month of 2018. Check out what made the good and bad lists this time around.
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Pinkbike Staff    Jan 19, 2018
Jeff Steber Returns as Intense CEO [Updated] Jeff Steber Returns as Intense CEO [Updated]
Andrew Herrick leaves Intense Cycles after four years as the company's CEO, and Jeff Steber returns to the role. We got some answers from Jeff about where he's taking the company.
Pinkbike Staff    Jan 16, 2018
Cam Zink Off SRAM & RockShox Cam Zink Off SRAM & RockShox
It'll be weird to see Cam on anything other than SRAM red, but after a 14 year partnership Cam Zink has announced that they're going their separate ways.
Norco Bicycles    Jan 16, 2018
Norco Bicycles Signs Caro and Anita Gehrig Norco Bicycles Signs Caro and Anita Gehrig
Norco seeks to conquer the Enduro World Series with twins Caro and Anita Gehrig!
Vernon Felton    Jan 11, 2018
American Classic Calls It Quits... For Now American Classic Calls It Quits... For Now
After 35 years in the business, innovative brand American Classic is closing their doors. Allow me to offer an opinion: That sucks.
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Pinkbike Staff    Jan 10, 2018
We Hit Our Goal! 2017 Share The Ride Winners Announced We Hit Our Goal! 2017 Share The Ride Winners Announced
On behalf of Pinkbike, Trailforks, and Share The Ride we would like to thank this community for their amazing contributions, giving the gift of cycling to children in communities around the world. Here are this year's lucky winners!
Mike Kazimer    Jan 3, 2018
December 2017 - Good Month or Bad Month? December 2017 - Good Month or Bad Month?
The highs and lows of the mountain bike world last month, from team rumours to cable routing.
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Pinkbike Staff    Jan 1, 2018
What Are Your Riding Resolutions for 2018? What Are Your Riding Resolutions for 2018?
An epic adventure? Learning flip double whips? Riding once a week? Smashing some KOMs? A stage race? Saving for a new ride? Getting your partner into mountain biking? Eating more Haribo than is recommended by the FDA?
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Pinkbike Staff    Dec 25, 2017
Merry Christmas From Pinkbike Merry Christmas From Pinkbike
All the best to everyone over the holidays—here's to great times with friends and family.
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Pinkbike Staff    Dec 13, 2017
2017 Pinkbike Awards: Comeback of the Year Winner 2017 Pinkbike Awards: Comeback of the Year Winner
Loic Bruni, Sam Hill, and Ryan Nyquist were all in the running for Comeback of the Year, but we've narrowed it down to one winner.
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Richard Cunningham    Dec 12, 2017
Felt Bicycles Joins the Direct Sales Movement Felt Bicycles Joins the Direct Sales Movement
'Customer Connect' will integrate Felt's retail dealers with online buyers.
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Pinkbike Staff    Dec 11, 2017
2017 Pinkbike Awards - Advocates of the Year Winners 2017 Pinkbike Awards - Advocates of the Year Winners
Who deserves particular attention for their efforts to improve our riding and our world? Here's our short list.
Vernon Felton    Dec 7, 2017
IMBA Opposes Bill to Allow Mountain Bikes in Wilderness IMBA Opposes Bill to Allow Mountain Bikes in Wilderness
The International Mountain Bicycling Association recently released a press release opposing a bill that would allow mountain bikes in Wilderness areas. Here's a first look at their press release and a bit of background on what this all means.
Richard Cunningham    Dec 6, 2017
November 2017 - Good Month or Bad Month? November 2017 - Good Month or Bad Month?
Thirty days, has November.... a look-back at the sleepiest month in the cycling season for a tally on who was delighted and who was disappointed.
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Richard Cunningham    Dec 4, 2017
Intense Announces Lower Retail Prices and Hybrid Direct-to-Customer Sales Intense Announces Lower Retail Prices and Hybrid Direct-to-Customer Sales
Intense says new "Rider Direct" business model addresses global changes in retail sales and will put more riders on better bikes.
Pinkbike Staff    Dec 1, 2017
YT USA and Cam Zink Part Ways - Updated December 3rd YT USA and Cam Zink Part Ways - Updated December 3rd
Cam and co will no longer be involved in YT Industries' USA operations, but he will continue to represent them on the bike.
Richard Cunningham    Nov 30, 2017
Niner Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy with Pending Sale to Colorado Investment Group Niner Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy with Pending Sale to Colorado Investment Group
The big-wheel pioneer will reorganize its debt before sale to Columbia Basin Partners.
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Vernon Felton    Nov 29, 2017
'New' Bike Models Every Year - Does That Make Sense? 'New' Bike Models Every Year - Does That Make Sense?
Every year, sometime between Eurobike and the annual Christmas-shopping orgy, new fleets of bikes roll into bike shops. Does that tradition of rolling out new bikes at the same time each year still make sense? We put the question to both Giant and Santa Cruz Bicycles.
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Pinkbike Staff    Nov 15, 2017
Ray from Ray’s Indoor MTB Park Sustains Spinal Injury Ray from Ray’s Indoor MTB Park Sustains Spinal Injury
Following a crash in September, Ray Petro suffered life-changing injuries and now the riding community is rallying around in support.
Vernon Felton    Nov 8, 2017
Win This Custom Santa Cruz and More Win This Custom Santa Cruz and More
You can win this amazing Santa Cruz 5010 (and other prizes) by entering a raffle that benefits the family of Jonas Johnson, a great friend and rider who passed away this year. Enter by November 12th for a chance to bring home this bike and other cool gear.
Paul Aston    Nov 1, 2017
October 2017 - Good Month or Bad Month? October 2017 - Good Month or Bad Month?
We look back at the highs and lows that occurred in the mountain bike world during the month of October.
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Mike Kazimer    Oct 19, 2017
Pinkbike Poll: Who Will Win Red Bull Rampage 2017? Pinkbike Poll: Who Will Win Red Bull Rampage 2017?
Which athlete do you think will emerge victorious at this year's Red Bull Rampage?
flag Brian Park    Oct 9, 2017
Pinkbike is Hiring: Marketing Coordinator, North American Content Manager & Social Media Coordinator Pinkbike is Hiring: Marketing Coordinator, North American Content Manager & Social Media Coordinator
We're looking for a new Marketing Coordinator, North American Content Manager, and a Social Media Coordinator. Sound like you? Someone you know?
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flag Pinkbike Staff    Oct 19, 2017
Job Posting: Marketing Coordinator Job Posting: Marketing Coordinator
As Marketing Coordinator, you’ll facilitate and execute our events and implement the overall marketing strategy. If this sounds like something you're into, read on.
Nathan Hughes    Oct 6, 2017
Inside Ortema - The German Custom Brace Producer Inside Ortema - The German Custom Brace Producer
Head to Stuttgart for an in-depth look at the cutting-edge workshop producing high-end, custom, orthopedic supports for riders.
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Brian Park    Oct 5, 2017
Job Posting: North American Content Manager Job Posting: North American Content Manager
We work to get people fired up on mountain biking every day, and a new North American Content Manager will help build, facilitate, and execute editorial plans—working with technical editors, writers, photographers, brands, trail organizations, and riders to share great content.
Brian Park    Oct 5, 2017
Job Posting: Social Media Coordinator Job Posting: Social Media Coordinator
We’re working hard to grow Pinkbike across existing and emerging social networks. We're looking for someone to help us share the freshest, most engaging content from our editorial team, brands, trail organizations, riders, and more, working directly with the content managers to ensure Pinkbike continues to have its finger on the pulse of mountain biking. Sound like you?
Vernon Felton    Oct 4, 2017
September 2017 - Good Month or Bad Month? September 2017 - Good Month or Bad Month?
A privateer goes full-pro and takes the rainbow jersey. Rumors abound of an Eagle-battling version of XTR. Nothing keeps Martyn Ashton down. Aggy pulls out of Rampage. And a device that measures your actual awesomeness has arrived.
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Mike Levy    Sep 29, 2017
5 Cycling Related Instagram Pages to Check Out 5 Cycling Related Instagram Pages to Check Out
There's more to see on Instagram than memes and #catsinhats.
Matt Wragg    Sep 21, 2017
David Lappartient Elected as UCI President David Lappartient Elected as UCI President
David Lappartient has been elected as the new UCI president in a landslide victory against Brian Cookson.
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Brian Park    Sep 20, 2017
Graham Agassiz Pulls Out of Red Bull Rampage Graham Agassiz Pulls Out of Red Bull Rampage
After coming so close so many times, we’re gutted to see Aggy out of Rampage with an ankle injury.
Mike Levy    Sep 6, 2017
12-Speed XTR, Devinci’s Return to DH, and a Santa Cruz eMTB? - Rumors from Eurobike 2017 12-Speed XTR, Devinci’s Return to DH, and a Santa Cruz eMTB? - Rumors from Eurobike 2017
Speculation about whether Santa Cruz will have their own eMTB in the near future, Shimano's 12-Speed XTR Drivetrain, and other crystal ball-type stuff.
Mike Levy    Sep 6, 2017
August 2017 - Good Month or Bad Month? August 2017 - Good Month or Bad Month?
From racing to Crankworx's Joyride, August was full of competition.
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Pinkbike Staff    Aug 17, 2017
Manon Carpenter Retires from DH Racing Manon Carpenter Retires from DH Racing
News just in that Manon is to retire from downhill racing.
Vernon Felton    Aug 3, 2017
Interbike Is Leaving Las Vegas... For Reno - News Interbike Is Leaving Las Vegas... For Reno - News
Interbike—the biggest North American tradeshow for bike geeks—is leaving Las Vegas for Reno. Here's why that's happening and what it all means.
Mike Kazimer    Aug 2, 2017
July 2017 - Good Month or Bad Month? July 2017 - Good Month or Bad Month?
We look back at the highs and lows that occurred in the mountain bike world during the month of July.
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Brian Park    Jul 20, 2017
We're Hiring a Content Manager in Europe We're Hiring a Content Manager in Europe
As our European readership continues to expand, a new European Content Manager will help us build on that growth.
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Mike Levy    Jul 17, 2017
Ask Us Anything: DVO Suspension - Finished Ask Us Anything: DVO Suspension - Finished
DVO was live on Pinkbike today to answer your questions. Check out their answers inside.
Richard Cunningham    Jul 15, 2017
Oregon Will Be First US State to Tax Bicycles for Transportation Projects Oregon Will Be First US State to Tax Bicycles for Transportation Projects
$15 dollars for every bicycle with 26-inch wheels or larger that retails for over 200 bucks - but what does that mean?
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Richard Cunningham    Jul 3, 2017
June 2017 - Good Month or Bad Month? June 2017 - Good Month or Bad Month?
A wild month of racing, flipping, and fresh product launches.
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flag    May 23, 2017
James Shirley joins Identiti Bikes James Shirley joins Identiti Bikes
Scottish rider James Shirley joins Identiti Bikes and will not only be racing our new Mettle bike but help with future bike development.
Vernon Felton    May 2, 2017
April 2017 - Good Month or Bad Month? April 2017 - Good Month or Bad Month?
April saw a raft of new bikes and the official debut of 29er downhill bikes. April also brought about the loss of another cycling legend, some race-ruining nastiness (courtesy of Mother Nature) and yet another chapter in the saga of changing axle standards.
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Mike Levy    Apr 11, 2017
Pon Holdings Makes Offer to Buy Accell, Create World's Largest Cycling Company Pon Holdings Makes Offer to Buy Accell, Create World's Largest Cycling Company
Dutch company makes a whopping €845 million offer for the Accell Group, which includes Diamondback, Raleigh, Ghost, Winora, Lapierre, and Haibike.
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Richard Cunningham    Apr 5, 2017
RIP Steve Tilford: Mountain Biking's First National Champion RIP Steve Tilford: Mountain Biking's First National Champion
Hall of Famer, fierce competitor, and all-around good guy was killed in a bizarre multi-truck collision on a Utah interstate highway
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Matt Wragg    Mar 22, 2017
Inside Pinion Inside Pinion
We step inside the HQ of gearbox manufacturer Pinion, in Stuttgart, Germany, to learn more about their history and where they are heading.
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Mike Levy    Apr 3, 2017
March 2017 - Good Month or Bad Month? March 2017 - Good Month or Bad Month?
New suspension, some NZ domination, injuries, and two tragic losses round out the past month.
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Richard Cunningham    Mar 31, 2017
RIP Mike Hall - British Endurance Racing Legend RIP Mike Hall - British Endurance Racing Legend
Promoter, fierce competitor and mentor struck dead by motorist in the final hours of trans-Australia ultra-endurance race.
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