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Yeti ASR C | 2015 Bible of Bike Tests

YETI ASR C | $5800 | YETICYCLES.COM It’s not every day you hop aboard a ‘cross-country’ bike and find yourself intentionally seeking out the chunkiest lines you can find. But during my time on the Yeti ASR C, that’s all I could think about. While the mostly buff singletrack of Central Oregon’s Dutchman Flat trail […]

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Where Are They Now? Jordie Lunn

02.19.2014

Don’t worry; Jordie Lunn is still going to be sending it this summer, hoping to grab another one of those big checks for Best Trick at Crankworx. He’s got a solid list of other contests to hit this year, as well as a strong desire to do some more filming. It’s where Jordie is now and what he’s doing that makes his ‘vacation’ from the summer riding season interesting—at least to a keyboard jockey like me.

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.

Exclusive Video: Marshall Mullen Digs His Field of Dreams

02.18.2014

It took Malibu, California native Marshall Mullen five years to perfect his private backyard dirt jumps. Our video and photos give you a rare look at them.

Video: Kona Celebrates Cross Country’s Fun Side

02.18.2014

Since when did cross-country mountain biking become synonymous with spandex, seriousness and shedding every possible gram from your bike? For most riders, it's simply about going for a shred with your friends—and, of course, going as fast as you can, both down and up.

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.

The Web Monkey Speaks: The Straight Dope

02.17.2014

The peloton is dirty. The UCI had their hand in some of that. You don’t have to be a cynic to believe this, you just have to be conscious. An investigation is pointless. You don’t ask a drunk guy with vomit stains on the front of his shirt to launch an investigation into who puked on him.

2014 Bible of Bike Tests Roundtable Reels: Specialized Camber 29

02.16.2014

Most mountain bikers are well aware of Specialized's flagship Stumpjumper and Enduro models. But hiding in the shadow of these standout bikes is a less-celebrated yet equally capable beast: the Specialized Camber Expert Carbon EVO 29.

2014 Bible of Bike Tests Roundtable Reels: Jamis Dakar XCT 650 Team

02.14.2014

Jamis has been making bikes with 27.5-inch wheels longer than most brands, so we had high expectations of the company's new cross-country whip, the Dakar XCT 650 Team. In this video, our testers debate whether the bike lives up to its promise.

Friday Five: How To Tackle The Big Obstacles

02.14.2014

Mountain biking will often present us each with a series of challenges. Literal obstacles in the trail will test our mind, body and capacity to problem solve. Riding singletrack as we do will put us face to face with challenging sections of trail, cruxes and burly moves. Here’s five ways to break down the gnar into kitten-shaped pieces.

News: Easton-Bell Sports slims down

02.13.2014

The portfolio of brands under the Easton-Bell Sports umbrella—Giro, Blackburn, Easton Cycling and Bell Helmets—stands to gain additional investments in product and marketing with the company’s now-nearly sole focus on the action sports industry.

Video: Coastal riding on Mount Tzouhalem

02.13.2014

Mount Tzouhalem is a magical place on Vancouver Island. This beautiful video of Dexter Robinson perfectly depicts the trails found here. If you ever get the chance to pedal around this area we would definitely recommend it, but for now sit back and enjoy this cinematic gem.

enzed, Part One: A Homecoming Of Sorts

02.13.2014

Sometimes it takes moving away to realize the greatness of a place. Every return visit over the years would reveal some new amazing piece of land, introduce some new friends who were legitimately larger than life, and each trip would inevitably, every single time, feel like there just wasn’t enough time.

Preview: Santa Cruz Bantam

02.13.2014

The Santa Cruz Bantam is designed around 650b wheels and sports a bevy of smart features that include 142x12 rear thru-axles, ISCG-05 tabs, Santa Cruz’s excellent collet-axle pivots and a threaded bottom bracket. Best of all, the frame can be had for $1,300.

’14 Bible of Bike Tests Roundtable Reels: Rocky Mountain Instinct 970 MSL BC Edition

02.12.2014

There's no doubt about it: The Rocky Mountain Instinct 970 MSL BC Edition sparked some serious emotions in our testers, leading to this robust and unfettered debate about what wheel size actually means. Check it out.

Where Are They Now: Lisa Sher

02.11.2014

Had Lisa Sher been born a decade later, the world of mountain biking might well have lost her to the United States Olympic hockey team. Instead, the sport gained the 2002 United States national DH champ.

Video: Mike Kinrade Shreds Nelson, BC Smoother Than a Runway Model

02.11.2014

Sure, we know this video is a Race Face ad—a grandiose, big-production piece designed to unveil the company's 2014 apparel line in grand fashion. And it certainly does that. But perhaps more importantly, it showcases some of the many sick-ass trails around Nelson, with Kinrade joyfully shredding amid a sublime backdrop of mind-numbing alpine scenery.

Video: Nico Vink Shreds the Whistler Mountain Bike Park

02.11.2014

Anyone who's seen Nico Vink get sideways on ridiculously big jumps will tell you he's one of the steeziest riders around. This video of him gettin' loose in the Whistler Mountain Bike Park gives a glimpse into why he's one of Belgium's sickest riders.

Exclusive Video: “The Process” of the Bible of Bike Tests

02.11.2014

Ever wonder what it's like spending the better part of a month on our (mostly) dude ranch, testing bikes and gear for our annual Bible of Bike Tests? This video should help put a few things into context. Strava and spandex not included.

Reviewed: Merino Wool Fabric Garments

02.11.2014

Merino is a wonder fabric. It’s soft, warm, cool, dry, breathable, lightweight and odor resistant, making it just about perfect for mountain biking attire, or mountain bikers who live an active life in variable climates. And those who probably would rather run the washing machine less often, but stink less.

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