CAMBA recently worked with River Falls Research Center on a study linking trail visits to $7.8 million in economic impact within two surrounding counties.
Pro and amateur cycling athletes alike have seen their 2020 race and training schedules disrupted, so we dig into the ways athletes can adapt to the challenges they are facing.
In this week’s episode, Gerow, Jeff, and Matt sit down to discuss the latest mountain bike news, starting with a question that seems to come up every few years: is this the golden age of mountain biking?
Chris Currie explains what instant center means, and fills us in on his process designing the 3VO suspension system.
The Singletracks staff has tested a ton of great mountain bike gear this year, and this week we’re looking back at some of our favorite reviews.
Dr. Leatt, founder of the eponymous protective gear brand, explains how injuries work, and how the right equipment can reduce their severity.
How does tubeless tire sealant work? Is carbon a better material for building rims than aluminum? Are 30mm-wide rims becoming the standard?
Vittorio Platania explains how hydraulic mountain bike brakes work, and shares his tips for maximizing their performance on the trail.
Mountain bike legend Tinker Juarez talks about his career, and offers tips for getting fit, staying strong, and winning races.
We learn how frame designers like Alastair work with bike brands to create unique mountain bike designs.
Gareth and Jeff chat about the mountain bike industry, swap notes about how trail access works in the US compared to parts of Europe, and discuss general mountain bike culture.