6 Reasons Why You Should Repair or Upgrade Your Mountain Bike During the Winter

Remember those repairs and upgrades you’ve been meaning to do? Winter is a good time to get them done.

If you rode your mountain bike for a full season in 2016, especially if it’s a full-suspension bike, chances are good it needs some basic maintenance, servicing, and replacement of high-wear parts, such as brake pads and tires. If you wait until spring, you will be in a long line of people at the bike shop …

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Podcast: The Best Destinations for Escaping the Snow and Riding Dry Dirt this Winter

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In this episode of the Singletracks podcast, Aaron, Greg, and Jeff talk about their favorite winter mountain biking destinations, including some unconventional destinations you might not have considered before. Also, be sure to check out the following articles mentioned in this episode for additional information. The 9 Best Winter Mountain Biking Destinations in the Southwest …

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8 Reasons to Ditch the Trainer and Ride Outside This Winter

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As we recently witnessed the first snow of the season here in Pennsylvania, my mountain biking friends and acquaintances seem to be dividing into two camps–those that love winter and embrace the white stuff with open arms, and those that relegate themselves to indoor workouts on the trainer until spring, claiming that below-freezing temperatures are no …

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Watch: How To Prevent Foggy MTB Glasses

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Foggy glasses seem to be a constant battle for mountain bikers, whether you’re on a cold winter ride in Colorado or hot, humid ride in Florida.  If you struggle with keeping your lenses clear try one of these three techniques! #1 – Plain white toothpaste.  You will want to avoid any minty toothpastes with flakes …

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