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enzed Part Six: Livin’ in a Van, Down by the River…

03.09.2014 //

A Dozen years ago, Bike’s photo editor David Reddick, his blushing new bride Michelle, and myself spent a few weeks traveling around New Zealand in a middlin’ Winnebago scale RV. It was a great trip, aided on one hand by the convenience of driving around in a house, and also marred somewhat by that very same thing. On that trip, I realized that my irrational lifelong hatred of RVs wasn’t that irrational at all, and that they do, in fact, totally suck.

Photo of the Day: Scott Markewitz

03.08.2014 //

Matt Hunter on the Balcon Sud Trail near Flegere, Chamonix, France. Photo of the Day Shot by Scott Markewitz.

Photo of the Day: Mattias Fredriksson

03.07.2014 //

Janne Tjärnström in Hookipa, Hawaii. Photographed in by Mattias Fredriksson. Photo of the Day.. Photographed by Mattias Fredriksson

2014 Bible of Bike Tests Roundtable Reels: BMC Trailfox TF01 29

03.07.2014 //

Although we’ve never piloted a monster truck, the feeling can’t be far off from riding the TF01 29. It’ll jump a set of 20 cars no problem, but making that turn at the end of the run can prove difficult. I felt invincible aboard the BMC until I needed it to change directions, at which point I felt, well, slightly less so.

March 2014

03.06.2014 //

MARCH 2014 ISSUE THE AWAKENING Dirt Dreams Become Reality in Unexpected Places: California, Oregon, Newfoundland ALL-NEW APPAREL GUIDE Fresh threads for the shred. 4 BIKES YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT From high-tech enduro steeds to simple one-speeds. SHOWCASE 6 shoes to kickstart your ride.

Photo of the Day: Margus Riga

03.06.2014 //

Anthony Messere sends the gap at Red Bull Rampage 2012. Photo of the Day Shot by Margus Riga.

Tested: Lezyne V11 Multi Tool

03.06.2014 //

During a two-hour period of the BC Bike Race last year, I repaired seven chains, making two bikes single-speeds, fixed a broken shifter and a shoe, and evacuated a pneumothorax. I was working for the race as an Ambassador/Bike Patrol so needless to say I put a lot of emphasis on the tools I carried with me. In fact I have always put a lot of emphasis on the tools I carry. For example, I’ve always carried a full size shop quality chain tool, however, the Lezyne V10 has me possibly rethinking that decision.

BIKE Magazine Newsletter – March 6, 2014

03.05.2014 //

Reviewed: SRAM unveils its XX1 drivetrain technology | Where Are They Now? Dave Cullinan | FRIDAY FIVE: Pedaling won’t always help

Photo of the Day: Ryan Creary

03.05.2014 //

Ryan Stuart in Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada. Photo of the Day. Shot by Ryan Creary.

2014 Bible of Bike Tests Roundtable Reels: Santa Cruz V10

03.04.2014 //

Our crew was completely divided on Santa Cruz’s flagship DH machine. With back to back World Championship pedigree, and an equally impressive price tag, the biggest debate was on value. Be sure to pay attention when the testers mention fit, as this bike runs on the small side.

Photo of the Day: John Gibson

03.04.2014 //

Matt Hunter in Slocan Valley, B.C., Canada. Photo of the day shot by John Gibson.

enzed Part Five: The Coppermine Conundrum

03.03.2014 //

If one happens to be a regular bike racer, entering a bike race or two while on vacation is probably a fine and dandy way to explore the familiar competitive milieu in an exotic setting. If, however, one has thrown 12 years worth of soil on top of the grave of one’s competitive aspirations, then stomped that soil down good and hard, entering a cross country race in the heat of a Nelson summer at the bottom of the world is probably not the smartest idea.

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

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