Video: Matt Jones Frame of Mind

Video: Matt Jones Frame of Mind

Gripping rotoscoping techniques shows how Jones visualizes tricks Today sees the launch of rising freeriding star Matt Jones’ first production entitled Frames of Mind. The film, which uses gripping rotoscoping techniques, shows how Jones visualizes tricks and pushes MTB freestyle skills to the very limit, providing a fresh view into how elite athletes use sports

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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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All New Specialized Epic FSR Goes Single Pivot, Frame Drops More Than a Pound

All New Specialized Epic FSR Goes Single Pivot, Frame Drops More Than a Pound

Cross-country mountain bike racing has undergone a noticeable transformation lately, adding challenging technical features that would’ve made DH riders tap the brakes just a few years ago. Hot on the heels of the announcement of Giant’s updated Anthem 29 XC race bike, Specialized is giving the Epic FSR the same longer, slacker treatment to its venerable full-suspension XC

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New 2018 Scott Genius Can Run 27.5″, 27.5+, and 29″ Tires – All on the Same Frame!

New 2018 Scott Genius Can Run 27.5″, 27.5+, and 29″ Tires – All on the Same Frame!

After testing the new Scott Spark last year in both the plus and 29er versions, I’ve been waiting eagerly for Scott to bring their new suspension linkage to the Genius platform… and they’ve done just that! Scott has just announced the revamped Genius, which also features a flip chip to switch from 27.5″ wheels to 29″ wheels, without

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