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Boothstorming Sea Otter: Shimano highlights new XTR 11-speed group

We take a peek inside Shimano’s booth at the Sea Otter Classic which is—not surprisingly—all XTR 11-speed, all the time.   Read More »

Hot News: Shimano releases new 11-speed XTR group with 1x, 2x and 3x configurations

Shimano officially announced the long-anticipated release of a new 11-speed XTR mountain bike component group today in both Race and Trail tuned versions.    Read More »

Utah high school mountain biking takes off with the help of Scott Sports, Backcountry.com

Fast-growing Utah high school mountain bike league gets boost from Scott Sports and Backcountry.com sponsorships.    Read More »

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Single speed Boyne mountain marathon?

I am racing the Boyne mountain marathon for the championship point series in the single speed sport/beg. Category and was wondering what kind of gearing is good there. I usually run 32:17 on my 29er at my local trails in the grand rapids area. Any recommendations would be appreciated.Read More »

Gravity 29 29er Single Speed Mountain Bikes feedback

wife got her specialized hybrid stolen, looking for a replacement that i could get some use out of too anyone have opinion on this bike? [ATTACH=CONFIG]800258[/ATTACH] [url=http://www.bikesdirect.com/products/gravity/g29ss.htm#specs]Save up to 60% off new Mountain Bikes - MTB - Gravity 29 ... Read More »

Any word on Sram 11 speed road and mountain inter-compatibility??

Sorry if this has been brought up, but I couldnt find anything! Biggest drawback for me about XX1 is the lack of cassette choices. I live in the southeast and prefer tighter jumps in my cassettes. I dont need a 10t or a 42t... It would be SWEET to go to xx1 with a 11-32 red 22 cassette. Wil ... Read More »

Burly 3 speed mountain hub.

Greetings Forum, I am looking for the burliest 3 speed hub with disc brake capability. I am currently looking at the Shimano Nexus or SRAM i-Motion, but am a little concerned about how hard I can crank on it. The bike is used for commuting but also singletrack and I want to be able to climb aggre ... Read More »

Bull Mountain- single speed?

I am riding Bull Mountain with some friends, a mix of geared riders and another single-speed rider. from the look of the distance and the amount of climbing involved, this will be the most difficult and strenuous ride I have done. I ride a Karate Monkey single-speed with a squish fork and fat tubele ... Read More »

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