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Tech Feature: Life Hacks for the Mountai...

Jul 04, 2015Comments off2989 Views

Clever ways to make riding life easier...

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Garage Files: Quickly Overhaul Your DT Swis...

Jun 11, 2015Comments off664 Views

It's time to rebuild you DT Swiss hub and we show you how...

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How to Pack for a Bikepacking Adventure

Apr 21, 2015Comments off1027 Views

Interested in bikepacking, but don’t know where to start? Check out this video from Chumba, regarding how to pack for a bikepacking adventure. Have further...

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How to: Suspension Sag with Diamondback

Nov 11, 2014Comments off1412 Views

How to properly set your sag with instructions from Diamondback...

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How-to Video: Jump at Varying Speeds

Oct 28, 2014Comments off1290 Views

Learn to jump at varying speeds with Diamondback Team rider Simon Lawton...

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How-To: Install Truvativ Descendant Cranks

Oct 02, 2014Comments off1210 Views

Whether or not your installing brand-new cranks or are wanting to perform maintenance on your current cranks, here is a quick step-by-step, on how to install...

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Go Tubeless: Genuine Innovations Tubeless R...

Aug 27, 2014Comments off1719 Views

  Riders who own a set of tubeless-ready (or conventional) tires, but are still running tubes, are missing out on some fun. The advantage of...

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Keeping Your Cool: Warm Weather Gear Guide

Aug 13, 2014Comments off620 Views

The mercury is rising, the snow is long gone and the summertime riding season is in full swing. While the summer months offer the longest...

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Skills Clinic: Mastering The Gnarliest Swit...

Jul 11, 2014Comments off1867 Views

Switchbacks were not designed for mountain bikes. They were cut out of the mountain way before mountain bikes were invented and originally developed for hikers...

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Product Test: Morningstar Rim ‘Rench

Oct 26, 2011Comments off389 Views

Rim makers have discovered, especially for downhillers, that softer rims may dent easily, but that is better than a rim with sidewalls so strong that...