races & events
What is Your Favorite MTB Trail Feature?
How Fast Do You Climb on Your MTB?
Do You Carry a First Aid Kit on MTB Rides?
Mountain Bikers: What's On Your Holiday Wishlist?
How Much do you Hate Climbing on Your MTB?
What Time of Day do you Like to Go Mountain Biking?
Have You Ever Rented a Mountain Bike?
How Often do You Hang Out After a Mountain Bike Ride?
When Was the Last Time You Did Trail Work?
Do you Like to Ride Solo or With a Group?
How Fast Do You Ride Down Hill?
Who is Your MTB Hero?
Have You Ever Ridden Loam?
Among trail surfaces, loam holds an almost mythical status. Mountain bikers prize it for its soft landings, hero-like traction, and roost-ability.
Do You Ride Gravel?
Given the choice between riding on a paved road or on gravel, we'll take the gravel every time. Yet there are only so many hours in the day, and the singletrack siren calls.
🕷 How do you Deal with Spider Webs on the Trail?
Is there a secret to riding webby trails? We're asking for a friend.
Have You Purchased a Mountain Bike from a Direct-to-Consumer Brand?
Direct-to-consumer (DTC) bike brands like Canyon, YT, and Commencal are growing, and it seems buyers are becoming more comfortable choosing and purchasing bikes online.
How do you Deal With Arm Pump?
You've probably felt some arm pump by this point in the season, and we want to know how you deal with it.
Do You Run the Same Width Tire Front and Rear?
Do you run a wider mountain bike tire up front, or is it the same width as the rear?
Do You Enjoy Riding Skinnies?
Mountain bikers tend to either love or hate riding skinnies.
Nominate Your Favorite MTB Destination
We're on the hunt for the best mountain bike destinations of 2022. Nominate your favorites around the globe.
Would You Rather Ride with No Suspension, or No Dropper Post?
I think we can all agree that mountain bikes are great. Yet we all have slightly different ideas about what makes them great for riding trails.
Climbing: Fire Road or Singletrack?
I think I speak for 99% of mountain bikers when I say the purpose of climbing is to get to the next descent.