Allied Cycle Works Debuts Arkansas-Made Carbon FS Cross Country Bike

The all new Allied Cycle Works BC40 carbon fiber, cross country bike is made in Rogers, Arkansas.

A “Life-Changing” Mountain Bike Trip to Ecuador with 2Wheel Epix Goes Beyond the Trails

Mountain biking in Ecuador opens up a whole new world, and a new perspective to go along with it.

Breckenridge, Colorado Trail Signs Are One of a Kind

The trail etiquette signs placed around Breckenridge, Colorado stand out thanks to original artwork commissioned by the town’s park and open space department.

Study Shows Bikers Outspend Hikers, Climbers, Skiers Near Moab

A new recreation study by the Outdoor Alliance shows that mountain bikers have the most economic impact in the Manti-La Sal National Forest outside of Moab, Utah.

Made for the Descent: Leatt MTB 4.0 AllMtn Helmet Review

The Leatt MTB 4.0 AllMtn helmet is descent-oriented with thick padding, a big visor, and an aggressive look.

Alchemy Wants to Host you for Coffee, Tacos and Beer When you Pick up a new Bike

Riders buying a new Alchemy bike are offered a night at the Origin Hotel, test rides, a bike fit, help with bike and suspension setup, gift cards to Over Yonder Brewery and Launch Coffee, and a swag bag.

Singletracks Best Reads: June 2022

This month’s Best MTB Reads is also overwhelmingly full of good news, or, at the very least, entertaining opinions.

A Chain of Inspiration has Grown Mountain Biking in the Navajo Nation, from the Tour de Rez to the Rezduro

The stoke for mountain biking is growing in the Navajo Nation as races, routes, and participation climb.

The 3rd Gen Santa Cruz Hightower Gets Minor Geo Updates to Stay With the Times, Bigger Changes Under the Hood

The Santa Cruz Hightower trail bike gets minor geo updates but sees bigger changes under the hood.

Passing By: Mountain Biking the Steep and Rugged Trails of Abañin, Ecuador

Over the past four to five years, mountain biking has grown in the small farming village of Abañin, Ecuador, thanks largely to the efforts of Juan Jose Ugarte-Enriquez and 2Wheel Epix.

Sizing Up or Down Based on Riding Style Can Work, Except When it Doesn’t

There are a few problems with recommending a bike size based mainly on a person’s style of riding.

At Least Ten Tour Divide Athletes Rescued From Snowy Conditions in Fernie, B.C.

Due to weather, Fernie Search and Rescue in British Columbia reports assisting multiple distressed riders participating in this year’s Tour Divide bikepacking race.

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