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The Ramble Ride is a 3-day ride from Fort Collins to Steamboat Springs, covering 200 miles and over 19,000 feet of elevation gain. Follow along with Amanda on day one, Mary on day two, and Bussmann on the final day. The post Watch: Inside the Steamboat Ramble Ride appeared first on Singletracks Mountain Bike News.
Norco’s new women’s line uses gender neutral colors and different touch points to separate them from the regular models. The women’s mountain bike market used to be a proverbial ghost town. A few manufacturers offered some lower tier offerings, but most brands only made women’s specific hybrids or road bikes. Today, the women’s market is
Due to the unique design, Vorsprung believes the FIT Grip Damper may be more reliable than any other damper currently produced by Fox. Each year, Mtbr tests dozens of new bikes. Recently, some of the more value oriented models have been shipping with Fox forks equipped with the new FIT Grip Damper. Based on our
Maxxis is constantly adding new rubber to its expansive mountain bike tire line-up, which ranges from studded fat bike tires to fast rolling XC offerings. Let’s start with what we know about Maxxis. Within mountain bike circles the Taiwanese tire maker has a rock solid reputation, especially among the trail, all-mountain, and downhill crowds where
This new building will help ENVE continue to be a leader in carbon bicycle wheel production. And just like in the past 100% of their rims are manufactured in Ogden, Utah. This allows ENVE to be nimble and react quickly to market demands. Photo by Ian Matteson Long regarded as one of the world’s preeminent
Kona operates out of two main offices, but has employees working remotely all over the world. Kona Bikes was founded in 1988 by Dan Gerhard and Jacob Heilbron. Since the early days, they’ve been headquartered in a small nondescript office in an industrial quarter of Vancouver, British Columbia, in western Canada. In case of Zombie
Mountaineering. It’s just like mountain biking, but not. Standing on the summit of a mountain, some 12,000 feet up is not what I’d envisioned when Mtbr was invited to France for a visit with eyewear maker Julbo. Yet there I was, clenching a rented ice axe, straining against my natural inclination to panic. How do