It’s a tough time to be in the search and rescue business. Not only are calls up significantly in many areas as more folks seek solace in the outdoors, but the pandemic has significantly slowed rescue team recruiting and training events, leading to fewer available workers in the field.
Named for a wily critter, the Pyga Hyrax is a 140 travel bike with a 150mm fork, designed to be as fast and as sure-footed as its namesake across challenging lines.
Tony Boone has been building mountain bike trails for more than 30 years, and literally helped write the book on the subject, contributing to IMBA’s Guides to Building Sweet Singletrack and Providing Great Riding.
Over time brands and consumers alike have latched onto designations like trail and enduro as a way to convey a bike’s intentions. But shorthand descriptors leave important details unstated, and in some cases, can lead buyers astray.
Tired of cold hands, a mountain biker invents battery-powered heaters that fit inside standard handlebars.
The Axon Elite34 is a high-performance mountain bike fork designed for rough XC tracks and light duty trail riding.
Earl talks about how the pandemic and surprising bike boom has affected business, and his approach to connecting with new and old customers.
This week Enve added a new set of “mid-priced” carbon gravel wheels with wide rims, external spoke nipples, and improved pinch flat protection, made in the USA.
MTB Atlanta was recently awarded a 2021 IMBA Dig In grant in support of a potentially large trail project at Chattahoochee Bend State Park, and the group is seeking donations to maximize matching funds.