Oskar Blues is known primarily as a beer company, but the brand also has a big toe in the mountain bike world with the Reeb bike brand based in Lyons, Colorado.
Professional mountain biker Rebecca Rusch shares how she approaches challenges, talks about why gravel riding is so attractive to all types of riders, and tells us about what her foundation is doing to help others around the world.
In this episode, we dig deep into the design decisions that go into creating clothing that mountain bikers want to wear on the trail and in the world.
Professional mountain bike photography Paris Gore talks about how he got his start, and offers tips for capturing the moment.
We’ll find out what macro nutrients are, and how tracking them can help mountain bikers reach their fitness goals. Keri weighs in on current diets and intermittent fasting, muscle imbalance in cyclists, and the idea that food is fuel.
In this podcast episode I’ll share two recent stories about e-bike trail access and a study that looks at the health benefits of riding an electric mountain bike, and how riders’ perceptions change (or don’t change) after riding one.
The reviews in this show include an affordable drivetrain from Box, a knock-off 4K helmet camera from VanTop, bikes from Marin and Raleigh. I’ll also share nine tips for saving money from Singletracks contributor Ray Southwick.
Kurt Refsnider is a badass bikepacker who is the only person to have won all three events in the Triple Crown of Bikepacking. Connect with Kurt at Ultramtb.net and bikepackingroots.org.
Jeremiah Bishop gets us stoked for mountain biking in 2020 and shares his tips for racing and recovery along with his personal story. Sponsored by boeshield.com.
In this episode of the Singletracks podcast, we talk about the three main considerations when designing a set of mountain bike wheels, and break down the pieces that make up a wheelset from the rims to the hubs.