Dirt Bike Rider Motocross News Magazine

Rubric: Enduro | 8 May 2014 | no comments yet »
Dirt Bike Rider Motocross News Magazine

Video: Daytona 450SX Win Oakley swag! Win some seriously sweet Oakley swag! Spain to train! For most of us when we think about getting some training in, the first thought that comes to mind is a session down the Gym –. Video: AX FMX London Czech FMX star Petr Pilat joins AXUK for the final night of the 2014 tour to help the series go out with a bang at Wembley. Video: Daytona 450SX Win Oakley swag! Spain to train! Video: AX FMX London 2014 AMA Supercross – Daytona recap Countdown to 2014 British Motocross Championship: Ben Watson interview 2012 Kawasaki KX450F 2012 KTM MX range 2012 KTM enduro range 2011 KTM enduro range Pro-Clean MRS MX Racing Ride Open Tours What is a Cookie? ...

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The New Mountain Bike Revolution: 27.5-Inch Wheels | adventure journal

Rubric: Enduro | 4 May 2014 | no comments yet »
The New Mountain Bike Revolution: 27.5-Inch Wheels | adventure journal

The New Mountain Bike Revolution: 27.5-Inch Wheels So you went and switched to a 29-inch-wheeled mountain bike. Traded in your old ride with its dinky 26-inch wheels and tires. You were sold on the idea that larger mountain bike wheels steamroll over rocks, roots, and ruts and make running lower pressure tubeless tires even better. It’s just too bad the bike business is already moving on the next new thing, 27.5-inch wheels, a.k.a. 650b (the metric name). Yes, the bike industry is seeking the Goldilocks middle — after going from “small” 26 to big 29, it’s settling on the (maybe) just-right 27.5. Just as in the ski world, where full-bore rocker was then later viewed ...

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Best Mountain Bikes – Mountain Bikes Reviews

Rubric: Enduro | 18 Apr 2014 | no comments yet »
Best Mountain Bikes – Mountain Bikes Reviews

Best Mountain Bikes Best-bet mountain bikes for trail riding Reviewers say trail bikes are great all-around mountain bikes that are ideal for the average rider. They perform well on climbs and descents, thanks to an average of 5 inches of travel that smoothes the ride over obstacles. Trail-oriented mountain bikes come at a variety of price points, but the trail bikes that earn the best reviews average around $2,500. At this price, these bikes are designed for mountain bikers who are ready to graduate from an entry-level or budget mountain bike to something more specialized. In this category, the Trek Fuel EX 8 (MSRP: $2,470) earns more recommendations than any other mountain bike. Reviewers ...

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Giant Unveils 2014 Mountain Bikes with 27.5 Wheels | Bicycling Magazine

Rubric: Enduro | 27 Mar 2014 | no comments yet »
Giant Unveils 2014 Mountain Bikes with 27.5 Wheels | Bicycling Magazine

Sponsored Features In case anyone doubted Giant’s commitment to 27.5-inch wheels. company spokesmen offered a few choice quotes during the recent launch of the brand’s 2014 line, which features 29 new 27.5 models. Perhaps the most telling was this memorable line from Andrew Juskaitis, Giant’s global product marketing manager: “27.5 is the future of off-road.” He wasn’t talking about just long-travel bikes, or women’s bikes; he was referring to all mountain bikes. Giant was one of the last companies to embrace 29-inch wheels and it’s obvious that the company doesn’t want to miss the boat this time around. The world’s largest bike ...

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Giant Unveils 2014 Mountain Bikes with 27.5 Wheels | Bicycling Magazine

Rubric: Enduro | 24 Mar 2014 | no comments yet »
Giant Unveils 2014 Mountain Bikes with 27.5 Wheels | Bicycling Magazine

Sponsored Features In case anyone doubted Giant’s commitment to 27.5-inch wheels. company spokesmen offered a few choice quotes during the recent launch of the brand’s 2014 line, which features 29 new 27.5 models. Perhaps the most telling was this memorable line from Andrew Juskaitis, Giant’s global product marketing manager: “27.5 is the future of off-road.” He wasn’t talking about just long-travel bikes, or women’s bikes; he was referring to all mountain bikes. Giant was one of the last companies to embrace 29-inch wheels and it’s obvious that the company doesn’t want to miss the boat this time around. The world’s largest bike ...

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Giant Unveils 2014 Mountain Bikes with 27.5 Wheels | Bicycling Magazine

Rubric: Enduro | 16 Mar 2014 | no comments yet »
Giant Unveils 2014 Mountain Bikes with 27.5 Wheels | Bicycling Magazine

Sponsored Features In case anyone doubted Giant’s commitment to 27.5-inch wheels. company spokesmen offered a few choice quotes during the recent launch of the brand’s 2014 line, which features 29 new 27.5 models. Perhaps the most telling was this memorable line from Andrew Juskaitis, Giant’s global product marketing manager: “27.5 is the future of off-road.” He wasn’t talking about just long-travel bikes, or women’s bikes; he was referring to all mountain bikes. Giant was one of the last companies to embrace 29-inch wheels and it’s obvious that the company doesn’t want to miss the boat this time around. The world’s largest bike ...

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Mountain Bike Training

Rubric: Enduro | 15 Mar 2014 | no comments yet »
Mountain Bike Training

Mountain Bike Training Don’t miss a thing! Make sure you like BikeCyclingReviews on Facebook. your cycling fan page! Mountain bike training falls into two sections, the first is the same as road training and involves the same training, bike hours and interval training. The other part is for your specific mountain bike riding and is off-road mountain bike training, with descents, technical work, muddy conditions, fire tracks and all general off-road handling experience. General Bike Training You need fitness to ride a bike, any bike be it road, track or MTB, the basic fitness is the same, but with obvious specialization for each different discipline of the sport. If you are intending ...

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off road bikes for sale – how to buy – where to buy?

Rubric: Enduro | 15 Mar 2014 | no comments yet »
off road bikes for sale – how to buy – where to buy?

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Rubric: Enduro | 14 Mar 2014 | no comments yet »
cheap motocross gear

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Go Carbon or Go Home – Can Small Brands Survive With Just Alloy Bikes?

Rubric: Enduro | 14 Mar 2014 | no comments yet »
Go Carbon or Go Home – Can Small Brands Survive With Just Alloy Bikes?

Go Carbon or Go Home Can Small Brands Survive With Just Alloy Bikes? posted by Tyler Benedict – July 18, 2012 – 11am EDT Over the last year we’ve seen small brands like Intense and Transition join mid-sized companies like Niner and Pivot in offering carbon fiber bikes. As we spoke to them about it, the discussion turned to the challenges of small brands scaling up in today’s marketplace that they need to go beyond alloy bikes and offer a carbon fiber model in order to grow. The challenge is one of scale and resources. And by resources, we’re not just talking about the costs of production, there’s a finite number of quality manufacturers willing to do ...

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