Watch: “Can I keep up?” Seth’s Bike Hacks at Kitsuma Peak Trail, Asheville

Watch: “Can I keep up?” Seth’s Bike Hacks at Kitsuma Peak Trail, Asheville

Seth tries to drop the Singletrack Sampler while mountain biking the Kitsuma trail in North Carolina. The post Watch: “Can I keep up?” Seth’s Bike Hacks at Kitsuma Peak Trail, Asheville appeared first on Singletracks Mountain Bike News. Watch: “Can I keep up?” Seth’s Bike Hacks at Kitsuma Peak Trail, Asheville by Nighthawk_85 Like Mountain

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10 new protection products to keep you safer on the trail

10 new protection products to keep you safer on the trail

Alpinestars new Paragon bibs short offer versatility and protection. Alpinestars Paragon Bib Shorts For the ultimate in enduro specific wear, Alpinestars has created the Paragon Bib short. It features removable hip padding and a CE1 certified back protector, hydration pack integration (with hose loop), and mesh pockets for additional storage. The new M.U.L.E. retails for

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BAS KEEP – WALLS VIDEO!

BAS KEEP – WALLS VIDEO!

Remember kids, if you want to get away with doing the gnarliest stuff ever, just bring some safety cones and vests and no one will question you. INSANE!!! more » http://feeds.vitalmtb.com/~r/VitalMtbSpotlights/~3/_p0D7t65HBM/sspomer,2 by Scott Pulver Looking for Road bikes, continue reading here.

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Over a Beer: “Let me order that for you.” Why Bike Shops Need To Keep Parts in Stock

Over a Beer: “Let me order that for you.” Why Bike Shops Need To Keep Parts in Stock

Editor’s Note: “Over a Beer” is a regular column written by Greg Heil. While Greg is the Editor in Chief for Singletracks.com, any opinions expressed in this column are his alone and do not necessarily represent the opinions of Singletracks.com. As bike shops around the nation continue to close and the bike industry overall posts dismal

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How to keep your bike quiet

How to keep your bike quiet

A quiet bike is a happy bike. Here are several tips to help keep eliminate or prevent annoying creaks. Noise can be a good indicator that your bike needs maintenance. To track down what needs work, the first step is to identify where the noise is coming from. Common issues are cables, worn out suspension

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