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  1. Video, Photography, and POV Cameras
    On the heels of his stop in Boulder, Brice Shirbach makes his way to Durango, Colorado to capture the next "first run" edit of the 2020 Sight Unseen series. Related: SIGHT UNSEEN: Boulder with Brice Shirbach A collaboration between PivotCycles and Brice, Sight Unseen celebrates the thrill of...
  2. Video, Photography, and POV Cameras
    The Sight Unseen series captures Pivot Cycles' athlete Brice Shirbach's passion for riding blind, with stunning "one take" edits from Colorado's Front Range. Any first run on a trail-let alone a first run at top speed-brings the rider closer to flow state: feeling the trail, reacting, connecting...
  3. General Discussion
    Transition athlete turned employee Lars Sternberg has long been known for the attention to detail and custom touches he includes in his personal builds. His go-to bike these days is Transition's new "all-country" Spur. This lightweight 120mm trail bike features long, slack geometry that would...
  4. Video, Photography, and POV Cameras
    We all could use a moment of solitude right now. Whether your moment is riding your bike, going for a walk, or disconnecting from media, we hope you find your version of solitude. Related: Top 10 Tips for mountain biking and social distancing with Coronavirus This crisis is impacting every...
  5. Video, Photography, and POV Cameras
    Video by Logan Patrick Nelson Photos by Jeff Kendall-Weed and Brett Rothmeyer Local Loam: Pittsburgh, PA with Trail Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, is far more known for its industrial and manufacturing heritage than it is for mountain biking, but when I started to hear the stories...
  6. General Discussion
    Everyday trail rider turned Instagram sensation Braydon Bringhurst's latest edit challenges mountain bikers to look at the trail differently. Crank flips with clipless pedals? No problem. Ride UP the Waterfall in St. George, Utah? Sure thing. Inspiring riders to enjoy both climbing and...
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    Check out the video below to hear tip and tricks from this World Cup mechanic on how to set up your cockpit. Yanick-the-Mechanic Gyger is known as one of the most skilled mechanics on the XC circuit. As the main wrench for Olympic Champion Nino Schurter, he services the bikes of one of the...
  8. Video, Photography, and POV Cameras
    Spotting the fastest line through a difficult section of trail having only seen it a few times or maybe not at all is a skill that only comes from practice. Top mountain bike racers have the ability to read the trail and carry momentum through rough sections and be on the best line to maximize...
  9. Video, Photography, and POV Cameras
    The Italian Alps are famous for mountaineering and technical hikes. You never go walking in the Dolomites without your harnesses and ropes. It's not exactly a place that's considered a top MTB destination. Most of the routes are very steep and hard to access. And that's what make the lines...
  10. Video, Photography, and POV Cameras
    Few things compare to a day spent riding with friends. For proof, look no further than Reece Wallace and KC Deane cruising around Deer Valley, Utah. With no shortage of style - or flow - they stacked some laps while simply having fun. After all, that's what it's all about… Check out...
  11. Video, Photography, and POV Cameras
    Reverence: A Journey Into Fear asks what do you do when the trail ahead looks like this? Fear. Most people don't understand fear, nor are they willing to accept it. Mountain bike superstars accept fear as a critical aspect in their daily lives. What differs from each athlete is the origin fear...
  12. Video, Photography, and POV Cameras
    Some people have great balance. Others struggle. These five tips from Jeff Lenosky will help you anytime you need to ride a precise straight line. Press play to learn how to improve balance on your mountain bike. Here's a recap of Jeff's tips on how to improve balance on your mountain bike...
  13. Video, Photography, and POV Cameras
    There are times in the year where the mountain bike riding weather is so bad it's good. Teeming with rain and blowing a hoolie. Is that a bit of driving sleet? Stuff your dusty trails and tan lines. We're heading out anyway, just like Danny and Stu... Press play to see what we mean. Designed...
  14. Video, Photography, and POV Cameras
    Yeah, we know. Many of you are not fans of this whole e-bike thing. But no matter what you think of electric powered two-wheelers, you have to give the marketing team at Specialized props for this video. So was your mind blown? Want more? Here's a more traditional video and bike. Man, that...
  15. Video, Photography, and POV Cameras
    Downhill great Rachel Atherton and her similarly talented brothers. Hidden amongst the rolling Welsh countryside is the sleepy town of Machynlleth. The town, built upon traditions stretching back centuries, was the ancient capital of Wales. But nestled in the Dyfi valley, a hilly and wild...
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    Editor's Note: This post is courtesy of Jenson USA. Ever wonder what makes the gears turn at Jenson USA? Follow along as they give you the "family tour" of their headquarters and offer a peek into how they operate. Among the stops are their call center, where Gear Advisors are ready to provide...
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    Contrary to sixties belief, we don't all live in yellow submarines. Some folk live on canal boats instead, where they keep their Santa Cruz Bronson. Read the Mtbr first look on the new Santa Cruz Bronson. Take a trip with Josh Bryceland on his new Santa Cruz Bronson, down in the woods near...
  18. Video, Photography, and POV Cameras
    Whether it's pumping, pre-hopping, finding a natural berm through a corner, or just railing finding the fastest line, gaining speed from the trail is integral to progressing as a mountain bike rider. So how do you do it? Check out this video from our friends at the Global Mountain Bike Network...
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    Mountain biking is a year-round, all-weather sport. It doesn't matter how cold, wet or miserable the ride can feel, we can all agree that time spent on the bike is better than staying at home. Without adversity, there is no appreciation. To fully recognize the comforts of our lifestyle...
  20. General Discussion
    Juliana Furtado, the greatest female mountain bike racer ever, had a profound reaction to high profile suicides like Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain. Juliana's mother used to routinely tell her children, "I'm going to kill myself and when I do it will be because you kids make my life miserable."...
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