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Added a new video Backcountry Trail Addiction 10/17/2014 4:19 PM
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I don't know what the most amazing adventure ever might look like, but this one looks just about right. Everyone dreams of their next great adventure, and so did these guys. Searching for a unique experience, they found Trail Addiction based in Les Arcs, France. This destination seemed to have it all: the enormous single track, the massive hills, and adventure. With all of these aspects together, you really can't ask for much more. So they packed their bags, loaded the bikes on a plane, and took off on backcountry adventure from the high mountain vistas of the Alps, down into the loamy, forested valley. Directed by Antonio Abreu Produced by Antonio Abreu, Rui Sousa and Paulo Batista Riders: Rui Sousa and Paulo Batista Location: Les Arcs, France Music: Dan Croll - From Nowhere

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Added a new video NS Bikes in the Lab of Destruction 10/16/2014 3:33 PM
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It's like a torture dungeon nightmare for handlebars. The guys at NS Bikes are working hard to find out how much abuse their products can take. It looks like they may need some fatter employees.

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Added a new video Matt Monod Rides Kelowna 10/14/2014 1:58 PM
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Matt Monod rides Gillard in Kelowna, killing it on both the downhill and hardtail bikes. Song: Hey Hey What Can I Do - Led Zeppelin

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Added a new video Brendan Fairclough and Friends Love "After School Rides" 10/10/2014 12:47 PM
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Tea, biscuits, quaint cottages, the queen... oh yes...and some rocking mountain bikers. Of all products from the UK, we know which our favorite is. Brendan Fairclough happily calls the Surrey Hills home. It might not be Crabapple Hits or Champery, but he still enjoys spending time there and tearing up the trails with friends for "after school rides."

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Added a new video Reed Boggs Visits Monroeville Dirt Jumps 10/9/2014 3:14 PM
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Reed Boggs came out from Cleveland to check out the Monroeville Trails near Pittsburgh, PA. Looks like the locals at Monroeville have things dialed. Filmed by Geo Jenkins Editing by Deek Design Song by New Swears - Midnight Lovers

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Added a new video Dang Girl! Tracy Moseley is Fast 10/9/2014 11:17 AM
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This video shows the speed required to be a back-to-back Enduro World Champion. Faster than a speeding bullet, Tracy Moseley is one of the fastest women on earth. Look out Superman. Tracy is impressive on two wheels, and it's awesome to see how she can handle a bike. Filmed/Edited by Eyesdown Films

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Added a new video The Dark Mountain Collective Visits Germany 10/8/2014 4:40 PM
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The DMC came to town in Marquartstein Germany for their first European video. Americans Eric Porter and Carson Storch were joined by New Zealander Kelly McGarry, German Tibor Simai, and Austrian Guido Tschugg in the Austrian Alps at Saalbach and Hinterglemm. Their days start by hanging with the local kids, spreading the beautiful word of mtb, and then finish by tearing up the local mountains.

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Added a new video Five Women, Mountain Bikes, Bacon, Backcountry Idaho - Great Days 10/8/2014 12:51 PM
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Mountain biking is a sport that challenges the individual. Personal drive and, even better, good friends get you out the door, heading to new heights and to new places. You find your limits out on your bike: how brave you can be and how far you can push yourself. These five women embrace this as they venture into the Idaho backcountry to explore new trails, share stories, laugh, and discover that each day was a great day.

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Added a new video Remy Metailler Gets Sideways all Over Coast Gravity Park 10/6/2014 1:15 PM
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Remy Metailler visited Coast Gravity Park over the weekend, blasted the big lines, and got sideways in proper Remy style and at proper Remy speed.

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Added a new video 24 Inch Fat Bike in Action 10/6/2014 11:57 AM
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It's time for the commute to work, and On-One Bikes staff member Ross takes the more fun option...on a 24 inch fat bike. What!

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Added a new video Nitro Circus Invades Crankworx 10/5/2014 12:33 PM
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Travis, Dusty Wygle and the gang head to Whistler where the best riders and biggest bike fans gather for a week of riding, partying, and wrecking. They signed up for every event they were allowed to, crashed a lot, and had an awesome time. Flipping is winning.

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Added a new video Voodoo Ride - We Ride for Those Who Can't 10/2/2014 6:11 PM
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Watch, donate and win a mountainbike! The "Voodoo Ride“ film project was set up in the beginning of 2014 by two professional mountain bikers, Helene Fruhwirth and Tanja Hendrysiak and is based on Helene’s dramatic personal experience, her brain surgery that she had in Spring 2014. "I am very lucky because the surgery turned out fine and I can live my life how I want and do what I love – which is riding my bike! But millions of people are not as lucky as I. They sit in the wheelchair and have to learn daily activities such as eating, bathing and dressing over again and sometimes cannot handle them without help. That‘s why Tanja and I got the idea to help them and to contribute something, which is this Voodoo Ride video and a subsequent charity tombola for Wings for Life. "So donate for this project and win a brand new Enduro Merida Mountainbike and help others to ride and walk again." ~ Helene Fruhwirth "Please support our project and so the Wings for Life foundation in achieving its vision of curing spinal cord injury. The money from this tombola goes 100% to Wings for Life. Because we ride for those who can't, but hopefully will again one day." ~ Tanja Hendrysiak Any contribution you can make is greatly appreciated. Thank you for your support! More info here. Donation deadline: Dec. 10, 2014 at 24:00 Donate at: wingsforlife.com

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Added a news story Voodoo Ride Charity Project - We Ride for Those Who Can't 10/2/2014 5:22 PM


Tanja Hendrysiak and myself (Helene Fruhwirthset) set up the “Voodoo Ride” project in the beginning of 2014. I got the idea when I was lying in the hospital and hoping everything will turn out well. A large cerebral cavernoma, blood vessel malformation, was found in my brain...more

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Added a new video Talk is Over, Time to Get Serious on the Road to Rampage 9/24/2014 1:36 PM
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Red Bull Rampage is right around the corner. Riders are moving into the campground, getting used to riding Utah red dirt, starting their pre-game rituals, and working on their lines at the new site. No more time for talk. As diggers billy goat on some major-danger terrain, lines are being defined, shared, and divided.

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Added a new video Danny MacAskill - Official Ambassador for KTM Freeride Electric Motorcycles 9/23/2014 6:16 PM
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Trials legend Danny MacAskill is heading for a new adventure...into the future. MacAskill's latest ride isn't his usual trials machine, it's a near silent, road-legal enduro motorcycle known as the E-XC. “The Freeride E is so much fun. I found it quite easy to transfer from the bicycle, especially with the brakes on the bars and it being just twist and go. It’s got more power than I need for sure," said man himself. “For me it’s been a great introduction to motorcycles, as I’ve done a little before but not much, and every time I ride it, I am more and more confident. I’m super impressed with the KTM brand, and I’m really stoked to be an ambassador and part of the family.” The E-XC's power pack can be fully recharged in one hour and 20 minutes, and KTM claims you can get up to a full hour of riding from a single charge. There's around 10in suspension travel at each end of the 106kg bike.

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Added a new video MAVIC® TRANS-PROVENCE 2014 /// DAY 3 9/23/2014 4:25 PM
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Day 3 of the 2014 Trans-Provence was a more relaxed day for the riders. Though they still covered a great deal of ground, they were having fun dropping some serious elevation. Of course there were still mechanicals, some tech, and blown tires to keep everyone on their toes and practicing their French to be pardoned.

2014 Mavic Trans-Provence Day 3 Results (full results)

DAY 3 /// VILLARS-COLMARS to GUILLAUMES Distance: 39.21km D+ : 1327m D- : 3086m Reprieve! By most people’s daily mountain bike ride standards, if you’d just ridden 40km with the best part of 1500m of climbing you’d probably bandy around the word ‘epic’. If you’ve just survived the last two days of Mavic® Trans-Provence, Day 3 seems like a recovery ride. A recovery ride with lots of down - just a tad over 3000m in fact! Four special stages as always, but no grey earth this year as that has seen some demolition action in the name of a solar panel generation scheme, but a new stage two and four to make up for it. It’s not all been plain sailing however, there’s been mechanicals, and then more mechanicals. Blown shocks, bent mechs, and pinch flats galore. Blown tires can mean a lost stage, and so we’ve seen the usual change begin, as some riders swap from more pedal-able all rounders to super tacky heavier carcased downhill tires. Today there’s been a little bit of wandering off track as well; the reminder to check your map first, and check your speed, sometimes gets lost as the timing chip contacts the belise, but thats big mountain racing for you. Stay Tuned...

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Added a news story Marzocchi Canada is Now the Official Distribution Center for all of Tenneco Marzocchi Products Throughout Canada 9/23/2014 4:22 PM

For the past 9 years Marzocchi Canada has provided dealer and customer service, sales, and tech support. Moving forward Marzocchi Canada will be the official distribution center to all retail outlets across Canada.

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Added a new video Back on Four Wheels Downhilling 9/23/2014 2:01 PM
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Michal Kosik's love for cycling is stronger than any injury. He would spend almost every day on his bike, but five years ago, a serious accident damaging his spinal cord sentencing him to a wheelchair for the rest of his life. In this video, his dreams come true as his friends take him to ride steep slopes once again.

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Added a news story REI to be Exclusive U.S. Retailer for GHOST Brand Bicycles 9/23/2014 1:37 PM

New partnership brings high-performance German bike brand to the United States


SEATTLE (Sept. 23, 2014) REI, a national outdoor gear and apparel retailer, and GHOST, a German manufacturer of high-performance mountain bikes, are partnering to bring GHOST brand bicycles to...more

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Added a new video MAVIC® TRANS-PROVENCE 2014 /// DAY 2 9/22/2014 2:08 PM
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Day 2 of the 2014 Trans-Provence is over and the riders are going to sleep well. Through out the day, race director Ash Smith kept himself out of the way until the final timing station where he appeared to welcomes in the competitors. He feared that after the first carry of the day, he may be lynched by competitors who have portaged themselves to the edge of insanity. 2014 Mavic Trans-Provence Day 1 Results (full results) DAY 2 /// PRADS - VILLARS-COLMARS Distance: 38.49 km D+ : 1710m D- : 2026m At least for this day, Ash is still alive and so are all the competitors, but after the climb to the first special stage of the day, it was probably wise of him to keep a low profile. From the beautiful campsite in Prads, to the highest point of the day at nearly 2400 meters, it was for all intents and purposes a straight 1400 meter climb mostly with the bike on your back. If that wasn't enough to test the riders' metal, from the Col to the special stage involved partly descending on foot as the trail became too technical for most riders. A tough, tough morning for some. Depending on your point of view, it was either a walk in a very vertical park or the ascent to Mordor. Despite this or perhaps because of it, as riders dropped off their timing tags, most seemed to have forgotten their screaming and cramping legs of the long morning and were mostly whooping about the other three stages of the day. For the racers, there have been some very close times. Even for those at the head of the leader board, someone in 21st just half a second away can grab a leading spot tomorrow. Amongst the camaraderie and laughs, there's still a race to be won. Stay tuned...

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