It’s the holidays, where riding opportunities are sparse and snacking opportunities, plentiful. The season is over, it’s snowing outside, you’re pounding nut roll like you’re getting paid for it. Off-seasons are for gluttony and sedentary life right? Wrong! Well, wrong if you have hefty goals of breaking PR’s, pushing your limits and arriving fit this
Aaron Gwin crashes twice, going down hard the second time, and still finishes his race run! Unfortunately, he got disqualified for re-entering the course a little lower down than where he exited after the crash. Men’s Results 1. Alexandre Fayolle 2m52.758s 2. Mark Wallace 2m56.084s 3. Marcelo Gutiérrez 2m56.199s 4. Florent Payet 2m56.556s 5. Connor
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. Where does the value of a mountain bike ride come from? Exactly what is it that gives
Incredibly enough, the action at Rampage wasn’t just a dream. more » http://feeds.vitalmtb.com/~r/VitalMtbSpotlights/~3/0JMt7GIAPNE/sspomer,2 by Zach.Mahone.Photography If you are interested in Mountain bike clothing, continue reading here.
In what can only be described as good news for mountain bike inner tube manufacturers, 38% of the respondents to a recent Singletracks survey of 4,000+ riders say they still aren’t running tubeless tires. If you’re part of the 38% and don’t have a legitimate reason for not going tubeless–for example, a tire sealant allergy