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MOUNTAIN BIKE HALL OF FAME ANNOUNCES ITS 2023 INDUCTEES

Four people are being inducted this year

The four riders are downhill legend Shaun Palmer, who changed the downhill scene over 20 years ago; Rob Warner, the first British downhill World Cup winner who became the star race announcer of the World Cup series in recent years; Diddie…
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SHOOTOUT: 26″ VS. 27.5″ VS. 29″

This story first appeared in our March 2012 issue, when only a few companies were offering bikes with 27.5-inch (650b) wheels. At that time, the dilemma for most riders was to choose between bikes with 26 and 29-inch wheels. Take a look back at what we said about the three wheel-size choices, back in the day when the 26-inchers still ruled the market

What's the best wheel size for you and your bike
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DIGIT BIKES UNVEILS NEW PROTOTYPE 29″ TRAIL BIKE

Digit Bikes offered a first look at a new prototype 29” trail bike, the Ring, at the Philly Bike Expo this past weekend.

Featuring Digit’s proprietary Analog Suspension and Integer Strut, the prototype features slightly less travel than its all-mountain mullet predecessor, the Datum.
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EWS WHISTLER IS BACK

It’s been a long time coming, but the Enduro World Series (EWS) is heading back to race Whistler’s iconic trails this weekend. 

Rider and fan favorite Whistler hasn’t featured on the EWS calendar since 2019 due to travel restrictions.  Press Release from the Enduro World Series: Round four takes place on Canada’s most famous trail network for the…
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UTAH DEBUTS NEW MOUNTAIN BIKE PARK THIS SUMMER

Powder Mountain will transform to "Dirt Mountain" in July with lift-accessed trails

Press Release Photos courtesy of Powder Mountain EDEN, UTAH (June 20, 2022) 一 On Thursday, July 14, Powder Mountain, located in the Wasatch Mountains of Eden, Utah, will unveil its new lift-served bike park, coined “Dirt Mountain,”…
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PIDCOCK & MCCONNELL WIN THE WORLD CUP XCO RACES AT NOVE MESTO

Nino flats in lap 5, fights back to take third place and hold onto points lead

Olympic XCO champion Tom Pidcock secured his second consecutive XCO World Cup victory this year, while Australian Rebecca McConnell continued her perfect start to the women’s 2022 season with a third successive XCO win.
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WORLD CUP SHORT TRACK CROSS-COUNTRY RANKINGS

Look who's leading the points in the XCC category

This year, the UCI will be issuing World Cup titles to the Elite Women's and Elite Men's top racers in the Cross-Country Short Track competitions. Below you can see the current rankings for this new points category following this past…
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