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Cane Creek - Introducing DBair

Coming Soon ~ DBair At EUROBIKE we will be officially launching DBair.  Building upon the Double Barrel legacy, the DBair is the very first air-sprung rear shock that features twin-tube technology, 4-way independent adjustability and unrivaled levels of quality.  The DBair enables custo ...    Read More »

Marzocchi Looks Back at an Exciting Weekend in Winterberg

Bologna (ITA), June 9th, 2011 – As a main sponsor of the iXS Dirt Masters, the suspension manufacturer’s presence in Winterberg carried a mix of the typical Italian way of life along with a passion for gravity sport that is part of Marzocchi’s tradition. Anyone who visited the Marzocchi booth at the ...    Read More »

Suzuki 24 Hour Party People!

Suzuki 24 Hours of Moab, Oct. 11th - 12th, Behind-the-Rocks, Moab, UT Suzuki 24 Hours of Moab: The Galactic Championships Columbus Day weekend, October 11th and 12th, Behind-the-Rocks, Moab will be transformed into something extra-terrestrial when the world's top mountain bike ultra-endura ...    Read More »

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Cosmic Ray and Traildoc Joint Venture on User Built Trail Custom Maps

Today trialdoc maps and Cosmic Ray Fat Tire signed a joint venture to produce the best user built trail map that Sedona has seen to date. I have been working on this idea for months and today Cosmic Ray and I decided to make it a reality. I have all the user built trail Intel and Cosmic has the ... Read More »

1993 Klein Attitude Cosmic

So here it is. I have found out more about it. The fella I bought it from raced road bikes in the mid to late 80's and was friends with a Klein Factory Road Racer who also worked for Klein. About 1995, Joe(the guy I bought it from), wanted to get a bike he could ride around his newly acquired ... Read More »

Cosmic Ray's Fat Tire Arizona

My friend has set himself a goal, and I have adopted it. The premise is simple enough: Ride every trail system in Cosmic Ray's Fat Tire Arizona book. We don't have to ride every trail in every loop, but we have to ride something on every page of the book. With the exceptions of the longer rides, ie: ... Read More »

Oldest Edition of Cosmic Ray Guide?

How 'bout oldest copy of Cosmic Ray? Oldest I have is 4th Edition, looks like it was printed in 1990. Anyone got one of the originals? I think they came out in 1988 [img]http://www.steelmonkeyaz.net/webstuff/fattire_4thed.jpg[/img]Read More »

Cosmic Ray was right

I should have listened to that part about mountain biking being hazardous. I was originally wih a friend but his bike broke down and he took off. then I crashed and burned today on my mountain bike. Hit soft sand and went down slamming my left forearm and ribs into the ONE big rock sticking up in ... Read More »

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