How Mountain Bikers’ Opinions on Electric Bikes Are Shifting

How Mountain Bikers’ Opinions on Electric Bikes Are Shifting

Mountain bikers are gradually becoming more interested in electric mountain bikes, but the debate over motorized vs. non-motorized vehicles has not been settled. The post How Mountain Bikers’ Opinions on Electric Bikes Are Shifting appeared first on Singletracks Mountain Bike News. How Mountain Bikers’ Opinions on Electric Bikes Are Shifting by Richard Masoner / Cyclelicious

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We Surveyed 2,100 Mountain Bikers to Find the Best MTB Pedals of 2017

We Surveyed 2,100 Mountain Bikers to Find the Best MTB Pedals of 2017

We surveyed 2,100 mountain bikers, and here are their 9 favorite mountain bike pedals of 2017. The post We Surveyed 2,100 Mountain Bikers to Find the Best MTB Pedals of 2017 appeared first on Singletracks Mountain Bike News. We Surveyed 2,100 Mountain Bikers to Find the Best MTB Pedals of 2017 by jtbradford Like Folding

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3.4% of Mountain Bikers Own an Internally Geared Drivetrain Bike

3.4% of Mountain Bikers Own an Internally Geared Drivetrain Bike

As a part of our annual mountain bike gear survey, we asked questions about several fringe but potentially up-and-coming mountain bike technologies to gauge current adoption rates. For example, we found 1.2% of our readers own at least one electric bike and 1.4% are running electronic shifting (like Di2). Yet despite grabbing all the headlines and stirring raucous debate among

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Mountain Bikers Are Most Engaged in Advocacy at the Local Level, Survey Shows

Mountain Bikers Are Most Engaged in Advocacy at the Local Level, Survey Shows

Mountain bike advocacy support is greatest at the local level, with fewer seeing the need for trail advocacy at the national level. The post Mountain Bikers Are Most Engaged in Advocacy at the Local Level, Survey Shows appeared first on Singletracks Mountain Bike News. Mountain Bikers Are Most Engaged in Advocacy at the Local Level,

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Nearly 30% of Mountain Bikers Already Have Boost Frame Spacing

Nearly 30% of Mountain Bikers Already Have Boost Frame Spacing

Launched just over two years ago, SRAM’s Boost 148 spacing has quickly gone mainstream. Of course we’ve seen pretty much every new and updated mountain bike frame speccing Boost spacing since then, but what’s surprising is just how quickly it’s invaded mountain bikers’ quivers. According to a recent survey of more than 2,000 Singletracks readers, nearly 30%

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Watch: Professional YouTube Mountain Bikers… How Is this a Thing? IFHT Investigates

Watch: Professional YouTube Mountain Bikers… How Is this a Thing? IFHT Investigates

We drove south of the border to Bellingham, Washington to ride the Galbraith trails with YouTube stars Seth from Seth’s Bike Hacks and Brian Kennedy from BKXC. We had the opportunity to sit down with them and ask them some questions about their new full time dream jobs. The post Watch: Professional YouTube Mountain Bikers…

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35 Plus Bike Tires: A Comprehensive Guide for Mountain Bikers

35 Plus Bike Tires: A Comprehensive Guide for Mountain Bikers

Compared to fat bike tires, plus-size tires, also known as mid-fat tires, are relatively new to mountain biking. But with more and more bike companies offering mountain bikes capable of running plus tires, plus bikes are threatening to go mainstream as riders experience the benefits of wider, burlier mountain bike tires. Unlike fat bike tires,

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