- CX National Championships December 8, 2020 – December 13, 2020 Cantigny Park Wheaton, IL
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I have finished my Breezer Thunder One singlespeed build. Here is the finished bike.
Well, I’m at it again. It’s time to build a new bike. One of the brands that has always made me drool a bit is Breezer. When Breezer came back to the market a few years ago, of course I … Continue reading
It’s not hard… with the Avid bleed kit, you can do it yourself.
I’ve decided to sell my Jamis Exile SS 26er. It’s in excellent condition and there isn’t a lot of miles on this bike. I rode it only two season and that still was only part time as I mostly rode my … Continue reading
This is a very good video to help you learn or improve your mountain biking skills. Even if you think, ” oh, I know how to do that” or “I don’t need this”, take the time to watch. Use it … Continue reading
UPDATE: SRAM Road Hydraulic Brake Recall – STOP USE IMMEDIATELY On November 4th SRAM identified and announced a technical issue with respect to a narrow production range of its RED 22 and S-700 Hydraulic Road Brakes. At that time, it was … Continue reading
The guys at Darkhorse Cycles have release the information for this year’s Singlespeed-A-Palooza. Singlespeed-A-Palooza, New York’s only singlespeed only race, will be held on Sunday April 13, 2014 at Stewart State Forest. The race is a bit earlier this year, … Continue reading
So, do you think that a little competition is good? I do. However, there might be a couple of companies out there that don’t feel the same way. With a revamped top end MTB group set, MicroSHIFT just might be … Continue reading
Darkness at 909 is a nighttime mountain bike race hosted in Pleasant Valley, NY. Costumes are strongly encouraged, and there is an award given out to the best one out on the trail. The race is done time trial-style, where … Continue reading
This is a pretty funny video…and much of it is actually true with a lot of my mountain bike friends.