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This is what we call an unplanned get-off. The damage report will be highly dependent on the transfer of energy with the ground. As you sit in the hospital emergency room waiting for the damage report thoughts race through your head like, “Why me?” and “How did it happen?” Then you wonder, “How much will
The Summit at Snoqualmie has contracted the Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance to help them build a lift-served mountain bike park. However, it could take years until there’s a rideable trail on the ground, due to the USFS approval process. The post The Summit at Snoqualmie Plans To Welcome Back Mountain Biking appeared first on Singletracks
Yes, (old) white men can jump — with the right instruction. Photo by Carl Frey/Trestle Bike Park Editor’s Note: This sponsored post was written by Mtbr features editor Jason Sumner and is courtesy of Trestle Bike Park. Jumping has never been my strong suit on the mountain bike. I’m decent at going up hills, can
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Editor’s Note: John Fisch is an avid backcountry enthusiast who hikes, bikes and backpacks at every opportunity. While John is a regular contributor to Singletracks.com, the opinions expressed in this commentary are his alone and do not necessarily represent the opinions of Singletracks.com. Anti-cycling forces have long used lobbying clout and legal action to close longstanding cycling routes
Editor’s Note: This post is courtesy of the International Mountain Bicycling Association. The original post can be found here. Below is a summary of each of the initiatives IMBA’s Government Relations team spearheaded this year. Access/Land Protection Campaigns Blackfoot Clearwater Stewardship Proposal — Montana Working with local chapter MTB Missoula, Montana Mountain Bike Alliance and
Ellsworth has had a rough couple of years, but the brand is trying to stage a comeback with aggressive new marketing strategies. Ellsworth has had a tough time in recent years. The San Diego brand used to build dream machines, but they failed to keep up with rapid shifts in geometry, materials, and wheel size.
Color options include black, red/neon blue (pictured), and olive/light petrol. Fanny packs will never be cool for strutting down the Champs-Élysées, but the bum bag has definitely made a comeback in the mountain bike world. Indeed, the combination of enduro racing, frames that don’t accommodate water bottles, and a general disdain for sweaty backs has