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Every parent dreams of ripping singletrack or sending their favorite lines of their local trail system with their kid(s). But hitting the trails with your kiddos isn't quite as simple as the afternoon meetup with some friends. There are many lots of factors to consider in order to make the day fun and successful for everyone. Beth and Ryan of the Loam Ranger YouTube channel have put together this video guide on several tips and tricks for riding the bike park with your kid. Give it a watch so you're ready for bike park season with your little ripper.
Rocky Mountain Bicycles has just introduced their latest iteration of the venerable Instinct, the smaller sibling to the Altitude. This 140mm travel frame builds into a bike that begs for all-day epics and wide-open singletrack. For 2021, Rocky Mountain has packed all kinds of new features and tech into this new bike, plus some stunning color options. We've got the details and specs in this article, so click to read more about this new contender for top trail bike.
The Rocky Mountain Race Face Enduro Team is heading back to the races in the Enduro World Series this season with their three dedicated athletes, Jesse Melamed, Rémi Gauvin, and Andréane Lanthier Nadeau. This elite team is ready for 2021, so hang on as we get ready for another crazy year on and off the racetrack. Read on to dig into more info on each rider, sponsor partners, and one hell of a kickoff video from Squamish.
Ah, February! The month where we take some time to show our loved ones a bit of extra love and care. If internet memes are any indicator, bike riders love their bikes just a few steps below family members and friends, so why not show your bike the love with these 5 steps of key maintenance and care. Whether winter has your bikes stashed waiting for Spring to reopen your trails, finally getting super hero dirt to ride, or pushing pavement miles no matter what mother nature has in store, these tips will help to keep your mountain or road bike running right and giving you the joy of riding on two wheels.
It wasn't that long ago that Ibis shook up the world of high-end mountain bikes with their release of their Ripmo AF; an aluminum version of the wildly popular Ripmo frame with a bit more attitude and ultra-smart budget build. Well, they've done it again but this time with the Ripmo's little sibling, the Ripley. Ibis is now offering a more aggressive alloy version of their more svelte and nimble 29er 120mm XC/trail bike. With this new AF iteration, the Ripley is no longer a slightly aggressive cross country/lightweight trail bike. Now the Ripmo and the Ripley are opposite ends of the same rowdy spectrum. The new Ripley AF, despite it’s size, is an extremely capable and rowdy trail bike. So, we headed out to the trail, threw a leg over this new rig and checked out some of the changes and improvements Ibis has made to the new Alloy Ripley.
Riding bikes is loads of fun, but occasionally we fall off our bikes and when that happens, it is highly important to have a bike helmet protecting one of our most sensitive and crucial parts of our bodies. Current generations of bike helmets are lighter and more comfortable than ever before while still providing heaps of brain protection. There are many other factors to consider when choosing a bike helmet that are important to know about and we want to make sure you can go from shopping to riding as soon as possible. This guide is here to help you in choosing the right fit, style, and functions of your bike helmet to match your needs whether your an enduro racer, casual cruiser, or a elite road rider.
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