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Riding in the snow, the modern mud

February 11, 2015 Dirt Rag Contributor 0

By Harlan Price Snow riding today is all that’s left of the version of the chaotic two-wheel drifting we regularly did before trail stewards were abundant. Fortunately, some time riding the white-capped seas will benefit

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Spotlight: Hanebrink prototype, circa 1993

January 5, 2015 Adam Newman 0

Photos by the author and Anthony Bareno, Velo Cult It’s hard to point a finger at what was the “first” fat bike. Just like the origins of the mountain bike itself, there are several branches


Girls Rock in Santa Cruz County

December 12, 2014 Dirt Rag Contributor 0

By Joh Rathbun. Photos courtesy of Jessica Klodnicki. Still in its infancy, the Girls Rock ride, organized by Jessica Klodnicki, general manager and executive vice president of Bell and Blackburn, hosted its monthly ride at Ibis Cycles

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NiteRider celebrates its 25th anniversary

October 7, 2014 Adam Newman 0

There must have been something in the water back in 1989. Along with the launch of a certain mountain bike magazine (ahem, ahem), brands like NiteRider, Camelback and Paul Components got their start. But NiteRider

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How Aaron Chase gets the shot

September 21, 2014 Adam Newman 0

Aaron Chase has been filming his riding for more than 15 years, but it wasn’t until the GoPro cameras came on the market that creativity of athlete-mounted photography could really be explored. The New Yorker

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Windham World Cup update – Part 2

August 8, 2014 Dirt Rag Contributor 0

Our correspondent Jay de Jesus is in upstate New York for the only stop of the UCI Mountain Bike World Cup in America. He’ll be bringing us the latest from Windham, New York. ——————– Like

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Custom Oakley glasses at your fingertips

July 7, 2014 Mike Cushionbury 0

Oakley’s newest retail store, located in the King of Prussia Mall is the first in the Pennsylvania and Philadelphia area. Besides carrying an assortment of products—apparel, luggage, watches and backpacks, it’s eyewear selection (as you’d