New bike or new phone? Is that even a question. Apple recently unveiled three new iPhones. The most expensive model, the iPhone X, has a starting price of $ 999. Want to add some extra storage? That will be $ 1,149. Once you’re spending that kind of money, you might as well grab Applecare for
What are the biggest mistakes beginners make while learning how to ride? GMBN takes a look. Make sure you’re not doing any of these! more » http://feeds.vitalmtb.com/~r/VitalMtbSpotlights/~3/79wfv9oCiTI/970biking,307 by Nighthawk_85 Looking for Mountain bike accessories, visit here.
The Highline is now available in 100, 125, and 160mm lengths. 160mm Crankbrothers Highline Last year, Crankbrothers launched a new dropper post. Based on previous history we were a bit apprehensive, but after a full season of abuse the post has been nothing but reliable. Our only complaint? It was only available as a 125mm.
While your local bike shop is a great resource, they can’t always compete with the price and selection offered by online retailers with mega-size warehouses. A few days ago Mtbr posted a story revealing the top five reasons you should shop at your local bike shop. That was based on my personal experience. My local
Practicing these five techniques will make you faster and more confident. Want to get faster on your mountain bike? You could dump a bunch of money on lightweight carbon component upgrades or master the following skills. Press play for all the details from our friends at the Global Mountain Bike Network. //www.youtube.com/watch?v=OPzSzu5UN_U Can’t watch video
A few months back Jeff and I headed up to Charlotte, North Carolina, for the first annual Fall Cyclofest. One of the brands we visited at the show was Orange Mountain Bikes–a company with a storied history in the UK, but no presence in the US, until now. Jeff and I got out for a
Vital member Arkstrom says this “…might be the best shoe of its kind,” but one small detail may be holding it back. Read more in his review. Have an informed and honest opinion about a product? Help out your fellow MTBer by writing a review. The top Vital reviewer each month earns a Jenson USA
Looking for a grippy flat pedal shoe that will keep your feet warm and dry throughout the winter months? With the new Freerider EPS, Five Ten has delivered just that. more » http://feeds.vitalmtb.com/~r/VitalMtbSpotlights/~3/2ILbz-blitw/Freerider-EPS-High,18048 by cyclotourist Looking for Mountain bike parts, click here.
After a summer of abuse, the soles of these Five Ten Freeride Contact shoes have begun to delaminate. This is not a problem we experienced with the base level Freerider, which use the older S1 Stealth Rubber. Editor’s note: Below is an update to the Mtbr review of the Five Ten Freerider Contact shoe. See
Helmets such as the just updated Bell Super 2R have redefined the category. Photo by Dave Kozlowski Helmets have come a long way in recent years. Gone are the days when you were forced to choose between light weight and ventilation versus legitimate all-mountain protection. The modern trail helmet can do it all — especially