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How to Choose the Best Mountain Bike Pedals

  Image Source:www.singletracks.com You’ve got a sturdy bike and you’re anxious to hit the trails. You’ve oiled your chain, aired your tires…but have you given any thought to your mountain bike pedals? Product Description There is abundant variety among available mountain bike pedals. Determining the best mountain bike pedals for you involves a combination of your experience level and what ... Read More »

People Who Love Mountain Biking – In Photos

Learning to ride a bike is an important milestone for children (and some adults). Being able to hop on a person powered means of transportation and pedal your way to your destination in a fraction of the time, with a fraction of the effort, and at a pace that let’s you enjoy your surroundings is a feeling of freedom that ... Read More »

Choosing The Best Bike Saddle For Your Tush

   Buy Now ! Whether you are pedaling on-road or off-road, the most comfortable bike seat will make your ride a more pleasant experience. You want a seat that will properly support your rear, conform to your body shape, and allow for airflow. It’s a bonus if the best bike seat comes with a reasonable price tag. The OUTERDO Bike Saddle does ... Read More »

Best Mountain Bike Helmets To Buy

  If you’re a mountain biker, you know how important safety is, especially for your head. Suffering a concussion after doing an endo is no laughing matter. So a good bike helmet is essential equipment, but which one is the best? What should you look for to make sure it’s the right one? Here are three of the best mountain ... Read More »

10 Extreme Mountain Biking Videos of All Time

Mountain biking is designed to offer excitement, but if things become routine, it can get to be bland. We’ve all had moments when we’ve thought about taking on a major downhill challenge that defies death. Here are some examples of folks who’ve done more than think about it. After watching these mountain bike videos, you might feel inspired. Then again, ... Read More »

Editor’s Choice Winner for 2018: Giant Mountain Bike

Image Source:www.dmc.hpsdev.com Giant mountain bikes are popular with mountain bikers , both men and women. Each bike has its own personality, which makes a generic description of all of Giant’s bikes impossible. But there are similarities. Consider the Anthem 27.5 and the Anthem 27.5 SX. The Anthem 27.5 has a light, full suspension ALUXX SL frame, in addition to Maestro Suspension ... Read More »

Cycling Tips to Help You Up Those Steep Hills

  Image Source:thecyclingbug.co.uk When learning how to mountain bike, you are bound to encounter some steep hills. While biking uphill can be a serious challenge, your cycling technique can make a huge difference in the difficulty you endure. These cycling tips should help when you’re biking uphill. Stay Seated It might seem as if you’re making a smart decision to ... Read More »

10 Essentials You Should Bring on Your Next Bike Ride

 Image Source:www.backcountry.com Biking is a great sport for getting out in the fresh air and sunshine. The activity is also a great way to get fit or stay in shape. As long as you have the bike along with the essentials, biking can cost nothing and leave no carbon footprint on the planet. Whether going on a short ride or a ... Read More »

Everything You Should Know About the Mongoose Mountain Bike

Image Source:www.keywordsuggest.org Mongoose has built a strong reputation as being a leader in the world of reliable and budget-friendly mountain bikes. While Mongoose offers a rich history of cycling that dates back to the 1970s, the first Mongoose mountain bike wasn’t designed and engineered until the late 1980’s. In 1987, the Mongoose mountain bike made its grand entrance on the ... Read More »

20 Of The Most Scenic Bike Trails In The US

Have you ever wondered, “What are the most scenic mountain bike trails near me?” We have picked 20 of the best mountain bike trails in US and arranged them by region. Northeastern United States 1. Carriage Trails, Acadia National Park, Maine The 98-mile, car-free, 16′ wide hard-packed gravel Carriage Trails starts at Bar Harbor and loops through the 47,000-acre Acadia ... Read More »