Mountain Bike Dropper Posts (A Complete Guide)

Mountain Bike Dropper Posts (A Complete Guide)

One of my favorite things about mountain biking is the fact that there is always something to improve on. You can spend years honing your fitness or working on your technical skills. There are always improvements to be made, which makes the progression in this sport...

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6 Ways to Carry Your Phone While Mountain Biking

6 Ways to Carry Your Phone While Mountain Biking

Most mountain bikers seem to love the escape that the mountain bike can provide. They love being out in nature, away from the stresses and responsibilities that day to day life seems to bring. Checking your email or answering phone calls are probably pretty low on...

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Fluid vs Magnetic Bike Trainers (Which is Best?)

Fluid vs Magnetic Bike Trainers (Which is Best?)

Indoor riding can be a highly efficient and useful way to train, especially during the colder months. Completing your workout on the trainer can give you a lot of bang for your buck, but it usually isn’t as exciting as flying around the trails. A good set up can make...

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Why Do Mountain Bike Helmets Have Visors?

Why Do Mountain Bike Helmets Have Visors?

Mountain biking helmets have evolved much like the bikes themselves.  “Mountain Biking” is a relatively new sport originating in the 1970’s.  Using helmets back then was to avoid injury.  Heavy, hot open face motorcycle helmets were used. ...

Why are Mountain Bike Handlebars So Wide?

Why are Mountain Bike Handlebars So Wide?

When you first roll up to the trailhead, it’s hard not to look around and compare. Seeing bikes of all brands, styles, and levels may either intrigue you or intimidate you depending on your confidence and experience level. You might notice that even some of the same...

7 Tips for Indoor Mountain Bike Training

7 Tips for Indoor Mountain Bike Training

When snow hits the ground and the trails turn from mountain biking paradise to a skier’s winter wonderland it can feel like it’s time to hang the bike in the garage and kiss your mountain bike fitness good-bye for several months. It doesn’t have to be that way though!...