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  1. Downhill - Freeride
    Hey guys, I have just got a 15,5" (M) Kona Scrap which I use for beginner freeriding and trail riding. My issue is that I feel that the 586mm horizontal TT is a little long for me with a 60 mm stem. Is it only that I'm still not used to the bike or I should have opted for size S(horizontal TT...
  2. What Bike to Buy
    I'm looking at the Nukeproof Scout 275 Race and the Trek Roscoe 7. The Nukeproof seems like it has better components and more travel, whereas I kinda like the Treks geometry better. The reach is a little smaller and the head angle is a little steeper but not too steep. What id be riding is...
  3. General Discussion
    Once again, Red Bull Rampage served up a stunning display of courage and extreme bike handling abilities. Tops on that list with arguably the best ride in his storied Red Bull Rampage history, was Kurt Sorge, who took home gold at the 12th edition of the most dangerous mountain biking event in...
  4. General Discussion
    With arguably the best ride in his storied Red Bull Rampage history, Kurt Sorge took home gold at the 12th edition of the most extreme mountain biking event in the world. Rounding out the Red Bull Rampage podium were Cameron Zink and rookie Ethan Nell, a 20-old Utah local who was competing in...
  5. Video, Photography, and POV Cameras
    Here's a freeride video that is a bit different from the normal DH run or bike park whip-off. Aaron Chase and friends found a sinkhole in Mexico. So what do they decide to to? Drop straight through it, of course! While on a trip in Mexico searching for jungle trails to ride, Chase...
  6. Video, Photography, and POV Cameras
    Here's a great new video from photographer and videographer Steven Lloyd, featuring the mountain bike stylings of Logan Whitehead. It was filmed in and around Grafton, Utah, a ghost town located just outside of Zion National Park. Grafton also happens to be right in the middle of classic...
  7. Video, Photography, and POV Cameras
    This tasty slab of mountain bike video comes to us courtesy of Steven Lloyd and KC Deane. Steve is an established professional photographer from Salt Lake City, Utah, whose photos have graced the covers of pretty much every important mountain bike and ski magazine. This is only his second video...
  8. General Discussion
    Recently, there have been a lot of questions about the direction of Marzocchi Suspension, one of the original mountain bike suspension manufacturers and arguably the originator of the freeride movement. Bryson Martin Sr., John Pelino and Tom Rogers, the main guys at Marzocchi USA, left the...
  9. Video, Photography, and POV Cameras
    Life Behind Bars - Episode 1 Follow this video series from Redbull on Brandon Semenuk's Ultimate Freeride House. Brandon, Kyle Norbraten, Curtis Robinson, Logan Peat, Ryan Howard and the "Intern" live the ultimate mountain biker lifestyle (including the occasional run in with a bear)...
  10. General Discussion
    (thanks to Mtbr forum member: ianjenn for the photo above) On Mtbr.com our web stats, demographic analysis and surveys all show that the Trail/All Mountain rider is the largest segment of our users. However, when it comes to visually stunning photos and eye popping big air, the Downhillers and...
  11. 29er Bikes
    2012 Norco Product Launch Whistler, British Columbia 18-20 July 2011 Other 2012 Norco Bikes In addition to the introduction of Norco's brand new models, there were a number of other notable bikes that remain on the roster and are definitely worth mentioning. 26" XC Race / Trail 2012 Norco...
  12. Washington
    shot this about a month ago. if you havent ridden this trail or its been a few years its changed a lot. i didnt get any of the amazing berm work in my footage but there are some crazy long (and big) berms winding down the ridge that replace the old straight line. amazing work! i cant imagine how...
  13. New Blk Mrkt Roam Frame

    Blk Mrkt had a one-of-a-kind prototype Roam frame in their booth at Interbike. The Roam is a 5.7-inch trail / freeride frame with a 66-degree headtube angle. Right now there's only one frame and it hasn't even been built up yet (Carter says it will be built and ridden tomorrow). Price is TBD and it
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