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JoyTech serves high-end wheel market with Novatec brand

Whether or not you are familiar with JoyTech, chances are you’ve spent some time on their hubs. With a production capacity counted in multi-millions of units per year, this is a company with a serious amount of experience churning out (often rebranded) hubs and wheels. Novatec is a division of JoyTech designed to market and further develop a high performance line of wheels for road and mountain bikes.

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Gallery: 2013 Heavy Pedal Tour – Vail

10.11.2013

We expect big things to come from Vail in the near future. Vail has a lot of potential for amazing trails. With the right people on board, it can only get better!

Theater Thursday

10.10.2013

Theater Thursday | Inside the Team Sky Service Course Sure, you’re accustomed to the plethora of drool-worthy bike bits inside the service course of a ProTour-level team, but how many have a four-bedroom luxury apartment? Welcome to the Team Sky Service Course:

Exclusive: Totem–John Tomac’s Custom Bell Helmet

10.10.2013

Tomac's red-white-and-blue, American flag-design Bell XC helmet captured a moment during mountain biking's heyday and perfectly represented what America's greatest racer was truly all about.

The Bakery: Off the Bike at Outerbike

10.10.2013

Outerbike is a holy grail for bike enthusiasts to access all the bikes they have been dreaming about, in a location that's a destination all on its own. And when you get past the chatter of tire width and carbon frames, you find a group of people who are passionate about riding bikes and value those who actually make our industry run, the consumer.

Video: Red Bull Rampage 2013: Athletes Dig In on Day One

10.09.2013

The official Red Bull Rampage build team — onsite for weeks ahead of the event installing a few select features and handling some of the bigger build projects — has officially handed the shovels over to the athletes themselves. Each rider is scouting their own line according to their individual skills and style, and the […]

Video: Red Bull Rampage 2013: Day One with Kelly McGarry

10.09.2013

New Zealand's Kelly McGarry is on site for his fourth Rampage event, and he has unfinished business. McGarry came into Rampage 2012 with his sights set on sailing over the canyon gap. Unfortunately, a broken leg forced him to pull out of the competition. He's back now, fully healthy and focused on creating a line that will take him to the canyon gap. Follow him in this video on the first day of building to see what it takes to compete at the world's only big-mountain freeride event.

Tested: Transition Klunker

10.09.2013

Chances are, you’re looking at this bike right now and thinking either ‘cool!’ or ‘What the hell?’ A fully rigid, coaster brake-equipped, 32-pound cruiser is a love or hate proposition. In truth, I had no idea which camp I belonged to before I threw a leg over the Klunker, but I was definitely intrigued.

Exclusive: The Brake that Changed Everything

10.09.2013

The Hayes Mag brought better braking to the masses….and changed the world of mountain bikes

Video: Fox MTB Presents | Follow The Leader A- Line/ Crabapple

10.09.2013

Check out the Fox Mtb team having fun playing follow the leader on A-line / Crabapple at Crankworx featuring Fox team athletes in order: Josh Bryceland, Geatan Ruffin, Danny Hart, Stevie Smith, Mark Wallace, Andrew Neethling, Thibaut Ruffin, Marcelo Gutierrez, Tyler McCaul, Kirt Voreis, Nick Beer, Connor Fearon and Kyle Strait.

Meet the Fall Issue of Paved

10.08.2013

Just in case you’re not already in the know, the Fall 2013 issue of Paved is now in bike shops, on traditional newsstands and available for download on iTunes and Zinio. Chock full of cycling, the Fall issue contains some of the best writing and photography to grace the pages of Paved yet.

News: Latest Issue of Bike Hits Newsstands. World Rocked.

10.08.2013

The latest issue of Bike just hit newsstands and is giving all other periodicals a serious inferiority complex. The issue is loaded with great features, outstanding columns from the likes of Mike Ferrentino and Kristin Butcher and reviews of Giant's new Trance Advanced 27.5, Evil's long-awaited Uprising, Yeti's SB95c, Trek's Lush 29 Sl and Specialized Rumor. Check it out.

News Of The Tweet: Silencing The Mutes

10.08.2013

If a tree falls in the forest, does anyone even care? Pondering the nature of the Internet, the value of social media and the role of this very column.

Video: En Route to Rampage with Anthony Messere

10.08.2013

At just 17 years old, Anthony Messere is the youngest rider competing in the 2013 Red Bull Rampage. What Messere lacks in sheer years, however, he makes up for in skill and style. Rampage also has a history of favoring youth--could this be Messere's big year?

Video: Matt Hunter Gets Covered

10.08.2013

We at Bike magazine have a time-honored tradition of giving framed versions of our covers to the riders in the photo and the photographer who captured the moment. We don't always get the opportunity to present these framed covers in person, but when we do it is always a treat, and we try to make the most of it.

Video: Arrival

10.07.2013

SecondBase Films recently released the teaser for "Arrival". Produced by Anthill Films and directed by the Coastal Crew, the video highlights the riding of a crazy assortment of talents, including Logan Peat, Kyle Norbraten, Ryan Howard, Bernardo Cruz, Curtis Robinson, Matty Miles, Steve Smith, Mitch Ropelato, Dylan Dunkerton and Kenny Smith. The movie is set to be released in November of 2013.

News: Mammoth Mountain Seeks a Spark in Kamikaze Reboot

10.07.2013

To most mountain bikers, Mammoth Mountain needs no introduction. This is, afterall, the ski resort that pioneered lift-accessed riding and, in turn, transformed a non-descript, dusty access road into one of the most famous race courses in the world. Now, as Mammoth Mountain emerges from a difficult past few years, it wants to revive its reputation as a world-class cycling destination in order to attract more visitors and drum up business in the financially-strapped mountain community.

Video: Will Kyle Strait Repeat at Rampage?

10.06.2013

After witnessing Strait attack this all-natural amphitheater, it’s apparent he has one goal in mind: best his performance last year and walk away with the glory of becoming the first repeat Red Bull Rampage winner.

Video: Big Air at the Martin Söderström Invitational

10.05.2013

The best international riders gathered at the Martin Söderström Invitational, a slopestyle/big air freestyle mountain bike event for the best action around town. Riders from the FMB World Tour and top Swedish riders battled it out in a head to head format where they had to jump over a 15-meter road gap.

Throwing Boulder a Bone

10.04.2013

Castelli and Slipstream Sports Team Up to Offer Flood Victims Support Source: Castelli 2 October 2013 (Portland, OR)—Italian cycling clothing manufacturer Castelli has teamed up with Slipstream Sports, the parent company behind the Garmin-Sharp professional cycling team, based in Boulder, Colorado, and OpenHeartCO to create a special cycling jersey to benefit the communities affected by […]

Long-Term Test: Five Ten Impact High

10.04.2013

The world may have gravitated towards lighter, sleeker, sexier shoes (and Five Ten, itself, will soon offer that flavor of Impact), but I’m stuck on these clunky, sticky moon boots. They’ll rot off of my feet before I give them up. Here's why...

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