Before the South Boundary: Turning Cranks in Taos
posted Oct 25, 2014 by John Fisch
As previously reported,Taos'sSouth Boundary trailis a world class epic for strong riders and experienced adventurers that belongs on every serious rider's bikeit list. But while Taos's marquee ride is for the strong and experienced, many of the rest of the trails around town cater to a...
Photo Blog: This Week's Mountain Bike PODs
posted Oct 25, 2014 by Greg Heil
Every day of the week we feature an excellent user-submitted mountain bike photo as ourPhoto of the Day. Just in case you missed one or two from the past week, here are the seven most recent PODs that weve published. To view a larger version of...
Video: Enduro Trials... A New Event Format?
posted Oct 24, 2014 by Greg Heil
Enter-Bike.com wants to create a new event format, dubbed "enduro trials." Essentially, their new format consists of racing down the mountain as fast as possible, then completing a trials course at the end of it. "Isn't that a little contrived?" You might ask. Yes, it's extremely contrived. But...
How To Convert Your Fat Bike to Tubeless Using a Split Tube
posted Oct 24, 2014 by ablack84
I recently purchased a Motobecane Boris X9 fat bike. Of course, I immediately started to customize it! I was very unfamiliar with how, or if I could, go tubeless with my Vee Mission 26x4.0 tires on my Weinmann HL-80 rims. These "lower price point" rims and...
Smooth shifting, climbs well, stable handling.
This is just a recreation path that connects the Skyland/Riverbend to Crested Butte. Recently the Town upgraded the trail to...
Nice to have some trails in Houston and well kept in most places. But trails are very crowded and maps...
Totally impressed. As a Floridan that spent three months out west riding some popular trails that lived up to their...