Bikerumor Pic Of The Day: Austria, Post AlpenTour

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Photo submitted by Tiago Silva, “This was a ‘relaxing’ bike ride with my wife in Austria, two days after we both finished the AlpenTour trophy last week. The foto was taken at 2100m high.”

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Photo submitted by Tiago Silva, “This was a ‘relaxing’ bike ride with my wife in Austria, two days after we both finished the AlpenTour trophy last week. The foto was taken at 2100m high.” We always love to see your photos and would like to show them to the world here on the Pic Of […]

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Finding trail nirvana in a rebuilt town in Tasmania with Hans Rey & Tyler McCaul

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photo by Carmen Freeman-Rey

Back a couple of months ago in March, hall of fame mountain biker Hans Rey and freestyle mountain biker Tyler McCaul met up at and old mining town in Tasmania called Derby that is on the brink of coming back thanks to bikers. The desolated town needed revitalization and mountain bikers seem to be coming to the rescue by way of a new trail center developed in the remote town. With the trail system dubbed Blue Derby, it aims to be Australia’s first true mountain biking town. The trail system boasts some of the best purpose-built mountain bike trails in the world and form the backbone for what is shaping up to be an excellent biking destination. Watch Rey & McCaul hot the trails after the break, plus get some more of the story behind the trails…

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Back a couple of months ago in March, hall of fame mountain biker Hans Rey and freestyle mountain biker Tyler McCaul met up at and old mining town in Tasmania called Derby that is on the brink of coming back thanks to bikers. The desolated town needed revitalization and mountain bikers seem to be coming […]

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Bikerumor Pic Of The Day: Heli Biking – De Ramon Mountain, Los Andes, Chile

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Photos submitted by Diego Puelma, “I want to share with you some pictures from the trips that I am producing here. I work at Trek Chile but this is my weekend job, we have a lot of fun with this and I want to share it with all of you. This trip was in De Ramon Mountain, Los Andes, Chile 3200 meters above sea level, close to Santiago. Six hours of full single track Downhill with amazing views, take a look on my site www.andeshelibike.com.

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Photos submitted by Diego Puelma, “I want to share with you some pictures from the trips that I am producing here. I work at Trek Chile but this is my weekend job, we have a lot of fun with this and I want to share it with all of you. This trip was in De Ramon […]

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Strava #Strive shares maps & stats across other social media platforms

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Strava has added a bit of cross-platform functionality as part of their new #Strive social media sharing campaign. By combining basic ride data with ride photos or maps of your route, they are making it easier to share your ride with friends across other social media platforms. While up until now, it was really only your friends on Strava who could see how far and long you rode this weekend, with the new Strive function on the Strava mobile app, now you can share with friends on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram in hopes of luring them out to join you on the next bike ride…
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Strava has added a bit of cross-platform functionality as part of their new #Strive social media sharing campaign. By combining basic ride data with ride photos or maps of your route, they are making it easier to share your ride with friends across other social media platforms. While up until now, it was really only […]

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Tahoe helmet cam crash footage confirms – Bears always have the right of way!

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Instagram grab and video courtesy of Davis Souza

Note to self, try to keep clear of the wildlife. We’ve probably all heard someone recite a disclaimer like, “mountain biking is an inherently dangerous sport…”, but this is a bit of a reminder that it isn’t just washing out in a corner or going over the bars after casing a jump that we should keep in mind. We ride in a lot of natural areas where wildlife was there a long time before our favorite trails and knobby tires showed up. It’s good to remember who is in charge out in the woods.

Mountain biker and videographer Davis Souza was riding north of Lake Tahoe, CA when he had a chance encounter with a local bear. Jumping out of the shadows as he bombed down the trail, bike and bear came to a head and tossed Souza over the bars. Luckily both parties walked away mostly unharmed, the bear more quickly than Souza, who took a few moments to grasp what had just happened. And lucky for us Souza was recording it all with a helmet-mounted GoPro. Now he just has to work up the confidence to descend at full tilt again. Check out his footage after the break…

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Note to self, try to keep clear of the wildlife. We’ve probably all heard someone recite a disclaimer like, “mountain biking is an inherently dangerous sport…”, but this is a bit of a reminder that it isn’t just washing out in a corner or going over the bars after casing a jump that we should […]

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EVOC gears up for the long haul with new MacAskill & Multicolor edition travel bags

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For a new season of mountain biking and traveling to prime trail riding locales, EVOC is giving a new look to some of their mainstay travel bags. First, in a partnership with trials master Danny MacAskill who is always on the road, heading from event to event, they’ve developed a special Signature series of bags for him. The MacAskill bags get a simplified look with a Scottish-inspired heather main fabric and vibrant orange detailing. Then in an ongoing Multicolor series, this season EVOC goes with a more subtle blue, light blue, and yellow look that is available across their lineup. Check out the full range of special edition travel bags available now after the break, plus pricing and some specs on each…

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For a new season of mountain biking and traveling to prime trail riding locales, EVOC is giving a new look to some of their mainstay travel bags. First, in a partnership with trials master Danny MacAskill who is always on the road, heading from event to event, they’ve developed a special Signature series of bags for […]

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Win a trip with Enve and Dimension Data to le Tour in July

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Enve Composites is offering up a unique chance to see the Tour de France this July from the inside of the peloton. Partnering up with their sponsored Dimension Data team who’ll be racing le Tour, Enve is holding an online contest for a lucky cyclist and their guest to fly to France, hobnob with the team and get a behind the scenes look at the racing. Not only will the winner get to join Enve to spectate at the event, they’ll get to ride along on a stage in a team car, will get a chance to ride one of the Alpine mountain stages, and go home with a set of wheels. Check out the full details and how to enter after the jump…

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Enve Composites is offering up a unique chance to see the Tour de France this July from the inside of the peloton. Partnering up with their sponsored Dimension Data team who’ll be racing le Tour, Enve is holding an online contest for a lucky cyclist and their guest to fly to France, hobnob with the team and get […]

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Friday Roundup – Cycling Odds & Ends

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  • Get ’em started young. Mountain Creek Kid’s Camp this weekend – This Saturday in Vernon, NJ Mountain Creek Bike Park is running their mountain bike Kid’s Camp for your little ripper to work on developing the fundamental skills that build confidence and the ability to have more fun on their bikes. Taught by Kathi Krause, 3x Masters World Downhill Champ there is a half day option for ages 6-9 for just $70 and a full day for 10-15 year olds for $120. They’ve also got 2 more Kid’s Camp dates later in the summer, plus a couple in the early fall. MountainCreekBikePark.com

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Get ’em started young. Mountain Creek Kid’s Camp this weekend – This Saturday in Vernon, NJ Mountain Creek Bike Park is running their mountain bike Kid’s Camp for your little ripper to work on developing the fundamental skills that build confidence and the ability to have more fun on their bikes. Taught by Kathi Krause, 3x Masters World Downhill […]

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Friday Roundup – Cycling Odds & Ends

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  • Looking back at the Tour of California – Some of us here are suckers for infographics. So when the TOC organizers wrapped up the event and looked back at the data, this is what they came up with. From the number of hotel rooms booked to the equivalent number of In-N-Out burgers that each rider burned off over the 8 day race (hint: not all that many), they are getting the important bits. Now, it’s time to get planning for next year. AmgenTourofCalifornia.com

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Looking back at the Tour of California – Some of us here are suckers for infographics. So when the TOC organizers wrapped up the event and looked back at the data, this is what they came up with. From the number of hotel rooms booked to the equivalent number of In-N-Out burgers that each rider burned […]

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