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National Bike Summit 2009

December 31, 2008 Dirt Rag Magazine 0

Join cycling advocates, industry leaders, and retailers on March 10-12th, 2009 in Washington, DC at the National Bike Summit, as they lobby for expanding Federal support for bicycling—for active transportation… Read more

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NEWS

Cold Weather Riding #6: Snot

December 26, 2008 Matt Kasprzyk 0
So unless you’ve acclimated yourself to Siberia, you should be realizing that it’s kinda cold outside. That means there’s an abundant supply of cold weather riding tips and tricks floating around. It should be no surprise Dirt Rag has been satisfying your queries.
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Bike Industry News

Sometimes it hurts…

December 22, 2008 Dirt Rag Contributor 0

Ryan Jacque is a pencil artist extraordinaire who contributed work for Trips For Kids DC chapter in 2005 to help raise money. The finished piece “Spring Pair” was featured on… Read more

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Just Riding Along

2008 Punk Bike Enduro

December 18, 2008 Jeff Lockwood 0

As soon as my caravan of cycling pilgrims rolled up late to the Promised Land of the Dorseyville Fire Hall on Sunday, I knew that it was a record turnout… Read more

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Cyclocross Nationals Underway

December 12, 2008 Dirt Rag Magazine 0

The 2008 USA Cycling Cyclocross National Championships kick off Thursday, December 11th in Kansas City, MO. Defending Elite Men’s champion Tim Johnson and Women’s Elite champion Katie Compton will be… Read more

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IMBA Introduces Gateway Trails

December 9, 2008 Dirt Rag Magazine 0

The International Mountain Bicycling Association’s (IMBA) Gateway Trails initiative is a new model for community-based mountain bike trails. IMBA will apply its decades of accumulated trailbuilding expertise and leverage its… Read more

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Bike Industry News

2009 Commencal Meta 6.2 First Impressions

December 5, 2008 0

I was first introduced to the 2009 Commencal Meta 6 in early August, at the 2008 Winter Park Crankworx event. Unfortunately the BTI, Bicycle Technologies International, crew only had a… Read more