Fall and winter can be a perfect time to work on new mountain bike skills, and to focus on the parts of our riding and fitness that need some attention.
There are loads of companies designing translucent mountain bike frame protection kits, and even more DIY tricks to protect your paint. What steps, if any, do you take to protect the glossy color on your frame?
Modern mountain bikes are incredible machines that reflect decades of engineering design and refinement. And yet, they’re still not perfect.
With all of the discussion around mountain bike frame geometry, consumers are better prepared to select bikes that fit their riding style and trails than ever before. We want to know which of those measurements you value most.
Mountain bikers are often a shining example of respect, kindness, etiquette on the trail. There’s no reason we can’t we bring this into the real world.
Trail building is an important part of mountain biking. After all, if no one built or maintained trails, we wouldn’t have many, if any, places to ride.
Chances are if you’re reading this, you’re a mountain biker. And there’s probably someone who first introduced you to the sport.
From backcountry to bike parks and local jank, mountain bikers have a lot of choices in terms of the types of places to ride.
A personal narrative of recovering from a bad crash, and a subsequent search and struggle to return to the flow state.