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Since the company’s first wheels hit the ground in 2004, it has been continually innovating every process involved. Most people might know Industry Nine by its wheel’s signature buzz, and while the internals that create the noise are impressive, the process and community behind the entire wheel itself is equally remarkable. Since the company’s first
Szymon Godziek has lit up the mountain bike slopestyle scene in recent years with his trademark, gung-ho approach to courses wherever he competes in the world. The daredevil Pole, 25, from Suszec decided to choose the final stage of the 74th Tour de Pologne to perform the world’s first backflip over a peloton on a
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
It’s a small team of energetic folks who love mountain biking. Roof Top Tents are all the rage these days with 4WD enthusiasts as they can go 4-wheelin’ all day, park and set up camp in minutes. It seems to be the perfect marriage between this old discipline of roaming the Serengeti and sleeping on
Industry Nine occupies a unique position in the world of mountain bike components. Not only do they engineer, design, and market their products from their US office, they actually manufacture them in Asheville, North Carolina. What began as a niche brand has grown tremendously–40% per year since 2013, in fact. Industry Nine’s (I9) hubs will
You know you’ve hit Squamish when you see this, The Chief. It’s a 2,297 foot tall granite dome that towers over the Sea to Sky highway. OneUp Components is a small startup that specializes in drivetrain components. It was founded by three former RaceFace engineers and is based in Squamish, a small mountain town only