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Holiday Gift Guide: Part Two

11.18.2010 //

By: Kevin Rouse Welcome to the second edition of the weekly Bike magazine Holiday Gift Guide. This week, our Editorial Assistant, Kevin Rouse, choose seven products that’ll tickle almost any rider’s fancy. $10 Follow Me (iTunes Download): $10 If you haven’t seen it yet, now you have no excuse…spring for the DVD ($34) and get […]

Ride to Help 5-Year-Old Tyler Blick Fight Leukemia Cancer

11.18.2010 //

Help 5-year-old Tyler Blick fight Leukemia cancer by buying a hoodie or shirt and participating in the Le Tour De Tryptophan. Tyler Blick, son of MTB Hall of Fame inductee Steve Blick, was diagnosed with cancer at the age of four. Thankfully the treatment for the type of cancer Tyler has–Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia–has improved dramatically […]

Cannondale’s “Adjust Your Attitude” Essay Contest To Be Announced Tomorrow.

11.16.2010 //

The Bike magazine staff and the fine folks at Cannondale have been working tirelessly to sift through and judge the vast number of entries for Cannondale’s “Adjust Your Attitude” Essay Contest. We said we’d have a conclusion tonight, but it has been a dead heat and came down to a photo finish. We are currently […]

Uvex and Lupine’s Helmet-and-Light System

11.15.2010 //

Uvex and Lupine have partnered up to develop a semi-integrated helmet and light system. The Uvex Supersonic LX helmet range has been specifically designed to have Lupine’s Piko U3 light mounted to it. Uvex claims that this system offers secure, sturdy and simple light mounting interface that helps to prevent the light from bouncing and […]

Holiday Gift Guide: Part One

11.12.2010 //

By: Ryan LaBar Welcome to the first edition of the weekly Bike magazine Holiday Gift Guide. Each week we will choose seven rad products. Each of these gift ideas will fall in one of seven price points: $10 (or less), $25, $50, $100, $250, $500 and $1000. $10 Hydrapak Soft Flask: $8 The Hydrapak Soft […]

Free Bike Subscription with Follow Me DVD Order

11.11.2010 //

Bike magazine and Anthill Films have teamed up to give riders what they need to get through the long, cold, dark days of winter ahead. Order a DVD or BluRay copy of Follow Me from www.anthillfilms.com/followme-buy.php and you will automatically receive a free one-year subscription to Bike magazine. Follow Me – the Teaser from Anthill […]

Danny MacAskill Way Back Home Premiere and Live Q&A Announced

11.11.2010 //

Danny MacAskill’s new video, Way Back Home, is set to go live November 16, at redbull.co.uk. To supplement the launch, Red Bull will host a live Q&A web chat on the day of release with Danny MacAskill at 9 a.m. PST. This unique opportunity will enable fans to get up-close-and-personal by asking the street trials […]

Inside Look: Bike Visits the SRAM California Development Center

11.10.2010 //

By: Kevin Rouse Secreted away in an undisclosed Golden State location lies the epicenter of SRAM’s research and development efforts for cranks, bottom brackets, stems and handlebars. Recently, Bike had the opportunity to visit this secret location to get a sneak peek into the R&D process, most notably the rigorous testing protocols each and every […]

RaysMTB Milwaukee Grand Opening Postponed

11.10.2010 //

The grand opening of RaysMTB Milwaukee, which was scheduled for November 13, has been postponed until further notice. Despite a furious work pace, RaysMTB was unable to complete construction in time to acquire the necessary permits from the City of Milwaukee. RaysMTB says it will work around the clock to finish construction and gain the […]

La Ruta Isn’t Getting Any Easier

11.09.2010 //

By: Dain Zaffke La Ruta de los Conquistadores—the epic stage race across Costa Rica—is set to start in just a few days and endurance junkies across the globe are getting nervous. The four-day event packs a punch with nearly 12,000-meters of climbing in about 250 miles. That doesn’t sound so bad, right? After all, everyone […]

BC Bike Race Embraces The French Connection

11.09.2010 //

The good folks behind the BC Bike Race are revisiting their colonial roots, hiring French intern Julien Prenez. A marketing student at the Ecole Supérieure des Technologies et des Affaires (italicized because its French), Prenez will head the BCBR European marketing campaign and conduct an ongoing blog detailing his adventures in British Columbia. “It’s my […]

Three Generations: Hans, Peaty and Danny MacAskill

11.09.2010 //

Find—The Mountain Bike Film

Riding 2,000 Vertical Feet with Darren Berrecloth

11.08.2010 //

Riding 2,000 Vertical Feet with Darren Berrecloth:

I ride for Nicks Eyes eBay Auction is Live

11.05.2010 //

Help save Nick Moore’s eyesight (story here blogs.bikemag.com/news/help-stop-nick-moore-from-going-blind/) by buying some nice bike parts from the eBay auction. Found here: shop.ebay.com/gslaloman/m.html

Lezyne Shows Us Around Its San Luis Obispo HQ

11.05.2010 //

Bike recently dropped by the Lezyne HQ in San Luis Obispo, California, to get an inside look at their R&D process, as well as several of their newer product offerings.

Help Support Pedal-Driven by 2 p.m. PST November 5

11.04.2010 //

Pedal-Driven is set to be an hour-long documentary project focusing on the social and environmental issues surrounding mountain biking and public land usage. The film is being created as a non-profit project in affiliation with Chelan-Douglas Land Trust and IMBA. The company’s hope is to spark participation among mountain bikers, and Americans in general, in […]

IMBA Introduces Six New Epic Rides

11.03.2010 //

The International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA) has just released details on the 2010 class of IMBA Epic rides. Culled from across the country, IMBA has chosen six trails as being worthy of their “Epic” designation. Ranging from Hurricane Cliffs in Hurricane, Utah, to the MoCo Loop in Montgomery County, Maryland, the rides were chosen from […]

Tecnu Inventor Dr. Robert Smith Dies at 88

11.03.2010 //

Dr. Robert Smith, inventor of the venerable Tecnu Poison Oak and Ivy Cleanser passed away Sunday, October 31, in Albany, Oregon. Tecnu, a perennial staple in many a rider’s shower, is single-handedly responsible for averting many an irksome rash, though if it were not for a minor coincidence, many riders might still be scratching. Tecnu […]

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