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Trailer: From Where We Stand

December 11, 2013 Dirt Rag Contributor 0

There’s little doubt the mountain bike industry is heavily focused on the West Coast, but what about the rest of us back east? There is no shortage of amazing trails and beautiful scenery, so why

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Bicycles on Snow: Iditabike 1988

December 5, 2013 Adam Newman 0

I just stumbled across this amazing documentary originally shot for the Discovery Channel about the second-ever Iditabike race across Alaska—210 miles of frozen toes and ruddy cheeks. Produced by Mark Forman, it won the Interbike

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Damage Control

December 4, 2013 Dirt Rag Magazine 0

When you’re riding solo atop a remote ridgeline, you have to be able to take care of yourself, no matter what. Warning: Injury content. Do not watch this is you are squeamish. Via

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Trailer: The Rider and the Wolf

November 27, 2013 Dirt Rag Magazine 0

Crested Butte in 1980 still echoed with the hammers of miners, not the rumble of knobby tires on singletrack. But that was about to change as a young blue-eyed man named Mike Rust wrenched madly,

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Video: Trans-Savoie recap and 2014 preview

October 21, 2013 Adam Newman 0

Trans-Savoie might be the most challenging, diverse and scenic mountain bike race in the world as it travels 300km over six days in the French Alps. A point-to-point enduro, the rider with the least cumulative

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Video: Behind the Scenes at Nine Knights 2013

October 17, 2013 Adam Newman 0

The world’s best mountain bike freeriders and photographers spent one week together to capture amazing footage from an incredible event. This documentary web series follows them during the Nine Knights MTB 2013 event in Livigno,