Produced by Adam Ehlin and edited by Tim Cowdin, this mountain bike video represents our love for mountain bikes and the varied terrain they encounter. From Urban and freeride, to the latest in precision trials riding. Everyone, from today's top pro's to your average Joe's duking it out in a variety of elements. skate parks, dirt jumps, jump jams: All approaches are collected for you in a new view. Getting you closer than you've ever been to the most amazing riders and locations in the world.
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Yeah, they're still cars. Wkipedia tells me the US has 0.8 cars/person and Canada is 0.6, and I wonder if autonomous cars will drive that up or down? It means your 6 year-old could have a c ... Read More »
I like to keep bikes and parts working for as long as possible. So having ridden the outboard bearing crank system for a year now, I got to wondering when or if the spindle bearing contact surface might wear down so that it is no longer useable. Possible(?) scenario: cranks start creaking after 20 ... Read More »
Am not sure if this has been discussed in another forum yet or not.
I recall reading an article in a magazine a few years ago, in which they reviewed the expected service life of the MTB, and each of its components.
IIRC, basically it boiled down to that you are to expect to receive about ... Read More »
Hello all! I have been lurking this forum for almost 2 months learning what ever I can to prepare my self to learn how to ride. My brother started riding almost a year ago and has been having a blast. He has offered to show me the ropes on several occasions but I never did join him. Recently I had a ... Read More »
So, here in Alaska we have to deal with angry moose and bears, and crazy hawks.. what sort of wild life do you guys in Washington have to deal with? i'll be down there at the end of july and was thinking about taking my bike and hitting some trails.. but If I have to deal with crazy animals Im not s ... Read More »