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Balboa Freeride Mountain Biking Sessions

A few homies riding at one of the local freeride trails.

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My single speed,  Built around a 1999 GT Zaskar…


My single speed,  Built around a 1999 GT Zaskar frame. It started life as a collection of parts I already had or got used from eBay.  That’s not the case now really, since I had to replace the front brake (the used Hope Mono Mini jammed, so I replaced it with a new V2) and the chainset (RaceFace cranks and a Truativ isis BB which just wouldn’t stay tight no matter what I did have given way to a FSA SL-K set). It weighs in just a shade under 17lbs, and is by the far the most responsive bike I have ever had.

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Mountain Biking in the Lake District (Cicerone Mountain Biking)

A handy guidebook describing 24 graded mountain biking routes in the Lake District, offering some of the best MTB riding in the UK. The circular routes offer spectacular views of the lakes, and are suitable for all abilities of riders. Arranged by difficulty, from Kendal to Cleator Moor in the north-west and Keswick to Winster in the Lyth Valley.

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Sigma The Classic Bike Computer

Attach computer, set wheel size, start riding. This is just how simple a bike computer can be. The large easy to read screen clearly displays speed, ride time, trip distance and total distance in either a fixed or scrolling mode. This is the perfect computer for a recreational rider who wants simplicity, value, and lasting performance. Features: – Auto start/stop – Auto conversion between MPH & KMH – Large display with easy to read icons – Fixed or scrolling mode – Weatherproof – PC compatible Bike Functions: – Current speed – Trip distance – Total distance Time Functions: – Ride time – Clock (12/24 hr)

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Cube AMS 120 Mountain Bike

Take a peak at the Cube AMS 120 full suspension mountain bike in action.

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I Was A Bike…

Biking the Skyline Drive (The Steve Says Cycling Series)

Biking the Skyline Drive takes the reader up and up and from one end to the other of this scenic route in the Shenandoah Mountains of Virginia. It includes a description of the route and the climbs, where to stop and stay, advice on climbing, plenty of photos and two videos of the incredible scenery, and the story of the author’s close encounter with a bear, which he caught on his camera.

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Durango to Denver: A Thru-race of the Colorado Trail

The Colorado Trail stretches 550 miles from Durango to Denver. Each year, hearty mountain bikers race across the entire route without any support or assistance. Durango to Denver: A Thru-race of the Colorado Trail is Adam Lisonbee’s story of the 6 days and 15 hours that he spent in the Colorado mountains chasing a long-held dream of finishing the CTR. Reblogged 3 years ago from

This is Why We Ride – a Celebration of Mountain Biking

Recently, Sacred Rides asked mountain bikers around the world a simple question: “Why do you ride?” This video is their responses to that question – a celebr…

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