First Ride: All-New RIP 9 RDO

Niner, founded in 2005, established their brand around building bikes with big wheels long before it was even cool to do so. One could argue that Niner’s passion and commitment to the larger wheel…
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First Ride: Devinci Spartan 29

FIRST RIDE: DEVINCI SPARTAN 29 The Spartan became Devinci’s answer to the growing segment of Enduro racing back in 2015. Skip forward a few years and professional level Enduro racing is more popular than ever. The Spartan received major…
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Oakley Mountain Bike Gear – Interbike 2018

Oakley debuted a new line of MTB gear to follow their road gear announced last year. The all-new DRT5 helmet is feature rich and comes with the stamp of approval from legendary downhill racer Greg Minnaar. Along with the new DRT5 helmet,…
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Ride Concepts Shoes – Interbike 2018

Ride Concepts is a new shoe company based out of Truckee, California with years of experience and real-world testing under their belts. RC teamed up with Rubber Kinetics, who also happens to make tires for Good Years bicycle division, to…
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On-Board with Marcelo Gutierrez at La Bresse

The final round of the 2018 UCI World Cup downhill series featured a new track in La Bresse, France which was made even more interesting due to the muddy conditions. Hold on for a wild ride during Marcelo Gutierrez's finals run!…
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Trek releases updated Remedy

— Trek announced a major update to its versatile long-travel trail bike. The all-new Remedy lineup stays true to its audience of rowdy all-mountain rippers, but now features more color options and an upgraded frame design that's stiffer,…
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Crankworx 2018: New Products From FSA

We stopped by FSA's booth to check out their latest products being shown at Crankworx this year. We spotted some new carbon wheel-sets along with their new handlebars and dropper post. Scroll down to find out more. Gradient Carbon…
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Crankworx 2018 – Bike Check with Nico Vink

Nico Vink is a madman on a bike whether he's styling it out over huge jumps or holding manuals down the entire Whistler Mountain. In fact, if you haven't seen his latest video we highly suggest you scroll down and check it out. Don't worry…
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Crankworx 2018: First Ride: Devinci Wilson 29

World Cup Downhill 29er now available to the public

Big wheeled downhill bikes are all the rage these days with World Cup stars using them to shave precious seconds off their lap times. Devinci, after a few years away from the scene returned to World Cup Downhill racing and armed their elite…
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Crankworx 2018: Knolly Fugitive LT

Knolly built the Fugitive LT to punched above its weight class, featuring 135mm of travel, the Fugitive LT is a bike designed to hit the trails as hard and fast as most bikes with 150mm of travel. Knolly, based on the North Shore, is…
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First Ride: 2019 Santa Cruz Blur Carbon CC XO1

If you’re a diehard Santa Cruz fan, then you likely remember the Blur — a cross-country bike first introduced in 2002. The Blur transformed over the years until Santa Cruz removed it from the lineup after 2014. Today, the Santa Cruz Blur is…
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First Ride: Fezzari La Sal Peak

Direct-to-consumer brand, Fezzari welcomes in a new long-travel 29er

Action photography by @markcleblanc The La Sal Peak is an all-new bike recently welcomed into Fezzari's lineup, named after a peak located near the top of the Whole Enchilada Trail in Moab. If you happen to follow Fezzari's…
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Sound On: With Ian Morrison

GT Coalition Ambassador Ian Morrison needs no words to describe his riding. Sound ON and press play and enjoy the ride at Whistler Bike Park. https://youtu.be/bb2o6RVjtwo
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Motive: The New Kid

Finn Iles goes big in Prevost, talks motivations, and gets into his training program details. Now available on iTunes: http://apple.co/2zEY89U You've waited, maybe even went to the premiere, and at long last, now's your chance to own…
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Ibis Introduces Adjustable Width Handlebars

When it comes to handlebar width, “one size fits all” doesn’t work. Not only is bar width determined by the size of the rider, it also depends on personal preference and where you ride. Our new Hi-Fi and Lo-Fi handlebars are…
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