Rocky Mountain Instinct and Pipeline first impressions

Swoopy desert goodness on the Horsethief Bench trail outside Fruita, Colorado. Photo courtesy Rocky Mountain/Paris Gore Just like the two main trail systems near Fruita, Colorado, Rocky Mountain’s recently revamped and relaunched Pipeline and Instinct trail bikes offer distinctly different experiences. I use this comparison, because that’s where the North Vancouver-based company held a recent

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Rocky Mountain Instinct and Pipeline first impressions

Swoopy desert goodness on the Horsethief Bench trail outside Fruita, Colorado. Photo courtesy Rocky Mountain/Paris Gore Just like the two main trail systems near Fruita, Colorado, Rocky Mountain’s recently revamped and relaunched Pipeline and Instinct trail bikes offer distinctly different experiences. I use this comparison, because that’s where the North Vancouver-based company held a recent

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Watch: Fall Impressions

Watch: Fall Impressions

Sarah, a freelance fine art and commercial artist, her work—and her play—all stems from flow. It’s why her mountain biking and her painting go hand in hand. Her goal is to share with other people whatever magic she sees in the world around her. The post Watch: Fall Impressions appeared first on Singletracks Mountain Bike

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Rocky Mountain Rolls Out New Instinct and Pipeline – First Ride Impressions

Rocky Mountain Rolls Out New Instinct and Pipeline – First Ride Impressions

The Instinct has reigned as Rocky Mountain’s long-ish travel 29er trail bike for some time now. I rode the Instinct during the BC Bike Race back in 2014 and found it to be an ideal bike for long days covering techy terrain. The Instinct’s front triangle also formed the heart of Rocky’s Pipeline plus bike, which

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Juliana Strega first ride impressions

Juliana Strega first ride impressions

With 170mm of travel front and rear and ultra-aggressive geometry, the Strega is unlike any other women’s mountain bike. Witches have a long history of being misunderstood. Sought after for their curative powers, they were persecuted and scapegoated for millennia. These individuals did not always engage in the occult, they were merely women who struck

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Riders’ First Impressions at Red Bull Rampage

Riders’ First Impressions at Red Bull Rampage

Listen in as riders discuss their impressions of the all new Rampage site. With more room, less riders and untouched dirt, it’s sounding like everyone’s pretty stoked this year. more » http://feeds.vitalmtb.com/~r/VitalMtbSpotlights/~3/ZTMjSwpPvS8/FredLikesTrikes,18548 by widhibek Looking for Mountain bike shoes, check it out here for more details.

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