Date of Activity: 4-2-2010 Condition of Trails(s): The usual muddy sections were unridable and many slopes were washed out with leaves. rail Ambassador Name: Bryan McFarland Trail Ambassador Email: email@example.com Town: Chester Location: Cockaponset State Forest Trail(s) Ridden: ... — full article at ctnemba.blogspot.com
Introducing the new Domain Dual Crown, same Domain characteristics brought up to a 200mm dual crown chassis.
The tried and true long travel single crown grows up! We started with all the core features of Domain: hardened steel upper tubes and easily adjustable compression and rebound damping. Once we had those key features in place, we [...]
This last weekend was the first round of the NWCup series in Port Angeles, Washington. Bryn Atkinson, and Jill Kintner raced the event, with team support from 3rd team member Lars Sternberg. (Lars is out for a few weeks recovering from surgery to repair a ruptured ligament in his thumb sustained during training. Lars is [...]
FULL SPEED AHEAD has won a new award with its MTB crankset K-FORCE LIGHT 386 (both MegaExo and BB30).
In September during Eurobike, iF – International forum of Design, awarded this cranksets for its special design with 3 arms.
Today our K-FORCE LIGHT 386 has won one of the prize of iF Material Award!!
“Material technology is [...]
Time for another Decline Magazine sponsored giveaway. Post a comment with your answer to the following question to be entered. Winner will be announced on Tuesday and will get their choice of schwag in the box.
Who makes the best pads and what do you typically wear (just ... — full article at bikejames.com
Team Jamis executed a dual assault on mountain bike racing this past weekend, sending riders to the US Cup series opener in Fontana, California, and the UCI C1 Ultimate Dirt Challenge in Rincon, Puerto Rico.
Team Jamis members Rotem Ishay, Blake Harlan, Adam Snyder, and Jason Sager lined up for the Ultimate Dirt Challenge against a [...]
Once again, Mtbr and RoadBikeReview will be at the San Diego Custom Bicycle Show. We will be taking tons of photos and videos of the great artists and artwork that is hand built bicycles.
The show is twice as big as last year and is already sold out!
For more information, check out the [...]
Last weekend’s Gila River Ramble bikepacking loop was so good that I had to do it again. It was spring break for Chad and he’s got bikepacking on the brain. So we set off to pedal, take in the scenery / greenery, and enjoy this beautiful AZ spring.
Except this time we rode in ... — full article at topofusion.com
The votes are in. The people have decided to make a change. The decision was to officially re-title hipsters. Among the popular alternative labels were: "fauxhemians" (winner), "doucheoisie", "Pabstsmears" (reference to PBR), "probos" (professional hobos) and "trendsluts." All of those ... — full article at uriahpalooza.com
Wow. My rest week this week has not gone as planned. But what do you do when you have things to do? Well, do them. Since I am reducing my status to non-competitive racing, I'm not stressed out about it, but I am really tired. Hopefully, going to bed ... — full article at ashevillejanes.blogspot.com
Commuting by bike to work season has begun. I could have started sooner but I have various excuses as to why that didn't make sense. The cold, the snow, the cold, all the crappy weather; hey I have to keep up my Fair Weather Commuter Status. Anyway, first ride always means over dressing and ... — full article at cyclesnack.com
In preparation for launching a Canadian Trail Care Crew Program, IMBA Canada is seeking applications for a full time, professional two-person team of trail leaders. Modeled after the highly successful U.S. Subaru/IMBA Trail Care Crew, the dynamic team will travel across Canada, providing education and trailbuilding workshops to clubs, trail users, and land management personnel.
How important is seat height? We all know someone who freaks out if you change their seatpost height and tell you how if it is not just right it will ruin their power output and knees. But how valid are those concerns?
If we are talking about power production then there ... — full article at bikejames.com
Tons of photos, specs and info and pricing!
Santa Cruz Bicycles has released some photos of the brand new carbon fiber version of their popular Nomad!
This is a long awaited bike, as we had discussions in the Mtbr forums about this bike from a year ago: http://forums.mtbr.com/showthread.php?t=508426
The Santa Cruz Bicycles official website does not yet have [...]
Today is the big day. The big chicken day. Jubal and I gave Rhonda chickens for her birthday back in February. We didn't actually give them to her, we told her we would build a coop so that she could get some chickens. Did you know a baby chick only costs $3? So, after the snow and freezing ... — full article at ashevillejanes.blogspot.com
Wheels mounted, brakes adjusted, chainline set, the Dillinger is ready to rock and it's time to get the tires dirty! Had to get new rotors, these are from Origin 8 and they weigh only 85 g each! I am still up in the air on whether I am going to race on 4/10, mainly because my wife and ... — full article at cyclesnack.com
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Here we stand Like an Adam and an Eve Waterfalls The Garden of Eden Two fools in love So beautiful and strong The birds in the trees Are smiling upon them From the age of the dinosaurs Cars have run on gasoline Where, where have they gone? Now, it's nothing but flowers There was a factory Now ... — full article at cellarrat.blogspot.com
We only posted it in the calendar yesterday (30/3/10) but already the inaugural Brindabella Epic has been cancelled.
The 100km epic leaving from Mt Stromlo in Canberra was due to be held on the 24th April 2010 and included 2,000 metres of climbing before almost 40km of downhill.
Unfortunately it seems that CORC could not obtain the necessary permissions to make the event work. Take it out of your calendar for this year and check back some stage next year.
Anyone who entered will be offered a refund by CORC, simply head over to the event website at www.brindabellaepic.com.au (http://www.brindabellaepic.com.au)
VANCOUVER, BC – March 31st, 2010
Race Face Components Inc., one of North America’s leading producers of high-end mountain bike components, apparel and protection, has officially launched their latest contribution to cyberspace. Our quest for cutting edge technology and great design never ends. Witness the new Race Face website – a veritable work of art [...]
Santa Fe NM – February 23, 2010 UK based Charge Bikes has quickly become a recognized name in Urban single speed bikes. The company has now developed two new gender-specific cruiser models, the Steamer for men and the Lazy Susan for women. Charge’s US distributor, BTI, has received its first shipment of both [...]
The Fontana City National… something of an “oddball” on the Gravity Calender, but always well contested and well worthy of its title!
The 2010 US Cup Pro XCT is what brings the National to Fontana, but its the only race on their calender that has Downhill and 4X. Once upon a time we all played together, [...]
I am traveling back from a unique trip to SoCal, unique because the SoCal crew has fully taken over, so this is my final visit for the 2010 season. The Warner Springs race was awesome and a big congratulations goes to Matt Gunnell who has a firm hand on the helm of this new league, [...]
Just wanted to pass along this video trailer that Theo from Allout Productions just released. Theo has put in work to make this up coming film the best it can be. Everyone on the 2010 ODI X Fusion race program has shots in this one.
Get on you bike and take a hot lap after [...]
WARNER SPRINGS, Calif. — Round two of the 2010 SoCal Interscholastic League Series unfolded March 28th at rustic, historic Warner Springs Ranch. A total of 161 high school competitors representing 19 teams took to a 6-mile course on the high desert terrain of inland San Diego County — double the number of student athletes who [...]