Watch: What It Takes To Get the Shot – Photographer Rueben Krabbe in Squamish, BC

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In this Episode: As an action sports photographer, some days often end up being more about documenting an activity rather than actually doing it. Reuben Krabbe, a Squamish local and renowned photographer, has been focusing on packing light and documenting from right beside the riders to authentically capture in-the-moment action. Joined by Stephen Matthews and …

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Watch: Riding Above Treeline on the Colorado Trail: Miner’s Creek

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“Riding the high country classic, Wheeler to Miners Creek. Topping out at 12,600ft, this section of the Colorado Trail has one of my all time favorite descents. #FollowCamFriday with William Cadham, Mason Bond, Mark Taylor, and Ben Forbes.” -Nate Hills

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Watch: How To Bail a MTB – A Crash Course

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In street BMX, messing up and crashing is just a part of the game. As a teenager riding street, I may have fallen more times in one afternoon than a normal cyclist does in their lifetime. Old habits die hard, and many of you have remarked about my ability to walk away from nasty looking …

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Trail Booby Trap Discovered in Ireland

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“A Northern Irish mountain biker found fishing line strung between trees on trails at Cavehill Country Park yesterday,” Dirt reports. The mountain biker in question was Bernard McClure, who was out for a hike with his dog on his local trail system. According to reports, McClure is heavily involved in the local trail building and maintenance organization. …

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Over a Beer: What Exactly Are “Wilderness Values”?

Would a mountain bike ruin the Wilderness nature of this image? I don't think so. (Taken while backpacking in the Collegiate Peaks Wilderness.)

Editor’s Note: “Over a Beer” is a regular column written by Greg Heil. While Greg is the Editor in Chief for Singletracks.com, any opinions expressed in this column are his alone and do not necessarily represent the opinions of Singletracks.com. Recently I was mountain biking along a bike-legal trail that bordered a Wilderness area. As I …

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