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Sadistic. But Still Fun. The Marji Gesick 100 MTB Race.

“We wanted to make it the toughest mountain bike race in the Midwest.” - Danny Hill, Marji Gesick 100 Course Designer.

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Enduro U.S. National Championships

I was excited when I heard earlier this year that the 2017 Mountain Bike Nationals were going to be at Snowshoe Resort in West Virginia, only a few hours from home. Although the trails are close, I had never ridden there. I’d heard they were challenging with lots of roots, but I was blown away by how technical and exciting the rides were.

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Heck Of The North Gravel Race - Found Art In Northern MN

In the increasingly populated calendar of gravel bike racing events, The Heck of the North in Northern Minnesota could present the perfect annual closer. After the rolling farmland of Almanzo, the red dirt of Land Run, and the exposure of Dirty Kanza, Heck of the North presents an entirely different, but every bit as challenging landscape at a time when Autumn is singing its last song.

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The Next Generation of Explorers by Bike

In 2006, biking gurus Sarah Tescher and Chad Cheeney took the first pedal strokes towards developing life-long cyclists one ride at a time. The founding of the non-profit Durango DEVO Junior Development Mountain Bike Program has become a prominent youth program in our cycling crazy community of Durango, CO.

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Riding Trails & Ring Tossing At Dirt Fest WV

Recently I went to DirtFest - WV Edition, a festival event put on by the fine folks at Dirt Rag magazine. So did over 800 other mountain bikers!

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The Rod & Road

The PathLessPedaled take on a Deschutes River overnighter, camping and flyfishing, and sharing their thoughts on why biking and fishing mix so well together.

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Simply Propelled: A 1500 km Warm-Up

Traveling by bike can be joyfully simple or insanely complicated. The reality oscillates between these two poles on a minute-by-minute and day-to-day basis, especially when you are travelling as a family of four in the wilderness. It takes some time to settle into a new routine and really get rolling - about 1500 km in our case.

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Taking On The TNGA Bikepacking Race

Plan.  Pack. Rethink.  Update gear list.  Rethink.  Pack.  Look at map.  Solder something.  Plan.  Update gear list.  Pull it all out of my bags.  Rethink.  Plan. I feel like this has been the process I’ve gone through in my basement and in my head for the last two weeks as I prepare for the TNGA (Trans North Georgia).

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Introducing The 2018 Beargrease

We’re excited to announce the arrival of the 2018 Beargrease line up. Around 2010 or so, Engineer Pete Koski declared that he wanted to design, “a fat bike that ripped like a modern hardtail.” Koski meant every word, and since its introduction in 2012, Beargrease has become the standard-bearer for fat bike racing performance. In any season, on any terrain, at any staring line, it’s the fat bike to chase.

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Introducing The 2018 Mukluk

We’re excited to present the 2018 family of Mukluk. Many of us here at Salsa have had the pleasure of watching Mukluk evolve over the last decade, and we believe that today, it stands as the most progressive fat bike in the industry.

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