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The Angry Singlespeeder: Flat Tires and Fun Times in Prescott, Arizona

In an Old West frontier town, one of the most successful mountain bike events in the country celebrated its 10th anniversary.    Read More »

Featured User Reviews: Bontrager XR1 Tires - SRAM X0 Twist Shifters

Winners of the Bontrager Write-A-Review Contest! Congrats to “afullsodacan” and “FLLMTR”, the Week 4 winners of Bontrager’s Write-a-Review Contest! "FLLMTR" winner of a Bontrager Evoke Saddle and "afullsodacan" winner of a Set of Bontrager Tires were chosen at random for their reviews of the ...    Read More »

Compare-O Bottom Line: Highly versatile Ibis Ripley eschews convention to splendid results

The Ibis Ripley has the get-up-and-go of a long-travel cross-country bike, the playfulness of a small-wheeled trail tamer, and even the cajones to tackle some light-duty enduro racing.    Read More »

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26er - Tires for older/skinner rims

I'm getting back into riding and I've started the maintenance process on my trusty old ride (01 M80). :cool: Everything on the bike is in good condition except for the WTB velociraptors (26x1.9) are pretty well worn. (XC, Trail, hardpack) I've been looking for a new set of WTBs but times have chan ... Read More »

Lugs shearing off tires. Because they are older?

Hello all, this is my first time posting in this section... I bought a SS about a month ago and it came with IRC Mythos tires. The bike was made in 2000 and those were the stock tires that came on the bike, but I am not sure these exact tires were originally on the bike. I'm assuming, yes. Any ... Read More »

Narrower tires for an older MTB? (off-road tires)

I'm hoping the collective wisdom of the forum can help me out here. Just getting back into mountain biking again with my old '88 full rigid GT Timberline. Clearances are pretty tight, both front and rear, as the rear now has canti brake posts welded on rather than the issue, under the BB C/U brake. ... Read More »

Older rider needs larger air volume tires

that are suitable for X/C racing in the Northeast( CT. and MA.) and are as light as possible. My back's acting up on the narrow higher psi tires I have used Fast Fred 2.0 @ 42psi out back and Specialized Control 1.9 up front @ 38. I run 125-130 lbs and willing to add grams but want volume to re ... Read More »

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