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During the summer, chunks of Knik Glacier in southern Alaska calve into the lake below. In the winter, the icebergs freeze into the water's surface, creating smooth passage between the towers of ice.

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Top 5 Things To Take On A Mountain Bike Ride | Jans.com

Cornering is crucial skill for mountain biking. Check out our tutorial here to hone your skills and corner like a pro!

Podcast: Eliminating Pain Through Bike Fitting

Podcast: Eliminating Pain Through Bike Fitting

In this podcast we talk with healthcare professional and Singletracks writer Chris Daniels about eliminating pain on the bike through bike fit and other te

Video: What Mountain Bike Should You Choose For Your Riding Discipline?

Video: What Mountain Bike Should You Choose For Your Riding Discipline?

Whether you're new to the sport or really experienced, the fact is that there are now way more different types of mountain bike on the market than there we

Sideways again.

Photo of Lars Tribus in Anaheim, California, United States. Berm Shot, Low as you can GET!

This is the Surly Moonlander. The tire specs are "Surly Big Fat Larry, 26 x 4.7". Larry tread. 120tpi. Ginormous". Would be great for beach tours. Fraser Island anyone? More: http://surlybikes.com/bikes/moonlander

*SURLY* moonlander complete bike by Blue Lug. If I rode this in the trail my pals would call me Fred. This bike is over 2 grand new.

HOW TO CHOOSE THE RIGHT MOUNTAIN BIKE | Teton Gravity Research

The Comprehensive Guide to Buying Your Next Mountain Bike

Mountain Bike Association to Study E-Bikes

Mountain Bike Association to Study E-Bikes

The International Mountain Bicycling Association announced Tuesday that it will study the impacts of electric-powered mountain bikes on both trails and users.

Definitely scared! Raised bridges and a few drops are well signposted on the side of the first part of the track offering extra challenges for advanced riders who aren’t afraid of heights.

Definitely scared! Raised bridges and a few drops are well signposted on the side of the first part of the track offering extra challenges for advanced riders who aren’t afraid of heights.

Watch: How To Increase Speed By Following Others – Mountain Bike Skills

Watch: How To Increase Speed By Following Others - Mountain Bike Skills

Watch: How To Increase Speed By Following Others – Mountain Bike Skills

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