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2014 Bible of Bike Tests Roundtable Reels: Lapierre Zesty AM 527

03.03.2014 //

This was one of the more controversial bikes we tested. On one hand you have a brilliant carbon chassis and on the other hand you have an inhibiting component spec and a love-it or-hate-it automated rear suspension.

Photo of the Day: Dan Barham

03.03.2014 //

Sylvain Turcotte rides Tin Cup trail on Montana Mountain, Carcross, Yukon, Canada.

Photo Of The Day: Sterling Lorence

03.02.2014 //

Israel Romero in Tuscon, Arizona. Photo of the day by Sterling Lorence.

Photo of the day: Scott Markewitz

03.01.2014 //

Kurtis Sorge soaring at Big Water in Page, Arizona. Photo of the day shot by Scott Markewitz.

News: Leigh Donovan launches women’s skills clinics

02.28.2014 //

Mountain bike World Champion, 9-time U.S. National Champion and BMX Hall of Famer Leigh Donovan launched a new business on Thursday called that will teach female riders the fundamentals of the sport.

enzed Part Four: Capital Gains

02.27.2014 //

The combination of vertical terrain and accessible greenery, as well as a culture that seems to embrace getting outside and enjoying it, have allowed Wellington to become a Candyland of mountain-bike trails. The Wellington region boasts somewhere near 200 square miles of parks and forests, and mountain bike development has been a permissive and ongoing project utilizing these open spaces for several years now.

Photo of the Day: Margus Riga

02.27.2014 //

Wade Simmons, Geoff Gullevich and Andreas Hestler in Tronador, Argentina. Shot by Margus Riga

BIKE Magazine Newsletter – Feb 27, 2014

02.26.2014 //

Where Are They Now? Susan DeMattei | Gallery: Frostbike Product Highlightsi | Friday Five: Technical Climbs | The Web Monkey Speaks: Perfect Day for a Ride

Photo of the Day: Ryan Creary

02.26.2014 //

Nash Masson and Nick Quinn. Keystone/Standard Basin Trail in Revelstoke, British Columbia. Photo by Ryan Creary.

Photo of the Day: John Gibson

02.25.2014 //

Matty Miles in Kamloops, British Columbia. Photo of the day shot by John Gibson.

Photo of the Day: Dan Barham

02.24.2014 //

Evan Schwartz, Curtis Robinson, Mason Mashon, Kyle Norbraten and Callum Jelley in Whistler, B.C.

Photo of the Day: Sterling Lorence

02.23.2014 //

Brice Minnigh on Pioneer Pass in Ketchum, Idaho. Photo: Sterling Lorence

Photo of the Day: Scott Markewitz

02.22.2014 //

Matt Hunter on the Balcon Sud trail near Flegere, Chamonix, France. By Scott Markewitz.

BIKE Magazine Newsletter – Feb 21st 2014

02.21.2014 //

Exclusive Video: Marshall Mullen | How-To: Overcome Fear and Tackle The Big Obstacles | Preview: Santa Cruz Bantam

Photo of the Day: Margus Riga

02.20.2014 //

Martin Soderstrom at Crankworx 2012 in Whistler, B.C

enzed Part Three: Deep Green

02.19.2014 //

New Zealand’s native forest is unlike any other in the world. With rainfall levels not much below those found in tropical rainforests over much of the country, but a cooler, other-side-of-40-degrees latitude, and benefitting from the species isolation and subsequent singular evolution at the bottom of the world, the native bush of this country in its raw state is the kind of thing that makes the imagery of Dr. Seuss books look unimaginative.

2014 Bible of Bike Tests Roundtable Reels: LIV/Giant Lust 1

02.19.2014 //

LIV/Giant’s 4-inch-travel Lust 1 is light, fast, good-looking and equipped with some of the best parts you can get on a bike for just over $3,000. Plus, it’s one of the only brands to fully commit to designing and producing mountain bikes specifically for women. So what’s the catch? Is there one? See what our testers thought.

Photo of the Day: John Gibson

02.18.2014 //

Kurt Sorge in Longbeach, British Columbia

enzed Part Two: Friends Met Along The Way

02.17.2014 //

Rotorua is a strangely aligned mix of New Zealand’s Maori heartland, a geothermal wonder, a huge tourism machine, and an incredible network of singletrack. Busloads of tourists disgorge at hot spring resorts, at re-enacted Maori villages, at steaming geysers and bubbling cauldrons of mud, at sheep shearing exhibitions, while at the same time, a different tide of visitor vectors in on the continually expanding network of trails snaking through Whakarewarewa forest.

Tested: ACRE Hauser Hydration Pack

02.17.2014 //

We put Mission Workshop’s Hauser hydration pack to the test.

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