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Can you teach an old dog new tricks? Si Richardson of GCN used to be professional Cross Country racer, so can Neil teach him some new tricks to help his riding?] Cornering: Low centre of gravity is vital, but can be difficult with a high saddle. To do this you want to apply your weight
Eddie O’Dea is an accomplished ultra endurance racer from Georgia who has set records in the Trans North Georgia, the Huracan 300, and other events. He’s currently racing the pinnacle of all bikepacking races–the Tour Divide–in an effort to raise money for the Georgia Interscholastic Cycling League (the Georgia branch of NICA). Assuming he completes the
Tony Hergert’s race bike is dedicated to a cause near and dear to his heart. Tony Hergert is the defending Master’s Marathon Champion in the National Ultra Endurance Series. His race bike is a gorgeous Jamis Dakota Team hardtail. Out of the box, it weighed a ridiculous 20 pounds. To eke out more speed, he
Cross riding? Yes. Cat 3 road race? Not if this is going to happen. As mountain bikers, we tend to make fun of roadies. All they do is suffer and eat (at least that’s the stereotype). But in a lot of ways, roadies are bad ass. Unlike soccer players who feign injuries at the slightest
Tracey Hannah started racing professionally at 14 years old. Tracey Hannah is a 9x Australian National DH champ. She earned a set of rainbow stripes competing as a junior and currently races for the Polygon team along with her brother Mick Hannah. In between winning a World Championship in the junior ranks and racing for
Mountain bikes weren’t always so complicated. Remember that Fat Chance Mtbr spotted at Interbike a few weeks back? Well, that wasn’t the only cool bike hanging out at the Marin Museum of Bicycling booth. This vintage Schwinn was also kicking around. They don’t make head badges like they used to. While the head badge reads