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Box One DH 7-Speed Twin Shifter and Derailleur

      Downhill racing, or even just bike park use, puts some unique demands on a drivetrain, and while a standard setup can certainly work well, there’s something to be said for a compact gearing range and the shorter, burlier derailleur that it allows. Box has followed that recipe …

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Bike check with Remy Metailler

  The green machine. Fun, efficient, reliable. Cube Two 15 frame size M DVO  Onyx 200mm prototype fork, Jade shock with a 450lbs @tisprings 215mm travel. E13 LG1+ carbon wheels with maxxistires Minion DHF and DHR II 3C Grip. LG1 chain guide, with no lower, 7 speed cassette. Race Face …

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Chasing a Dream It’s been somewhat of a whirlwind journey so far over here at Melon. From coming up with the custom eyewear concept back in 2013, to moving out to Bali and opening two concept stores last year, we’ve been busting a gut and following our dreams to keep …

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French and American champions crowned in end-of-season race in Italy.

France’s Myriam Nicole and America’s Aaron Gwin have each laid claim to their respective overall UCI World Cup titles in a drama-laced seventh round of the series in Val di Sole, Italy. This has been a year which will long be remembered for its abundance of drama; some has been …

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The Riders List for Suzuki Nine Knights is FIRE!!!

The 5th edition of Suzuki Nine Knights MTB will see the world’s best freeride mountain bikers take on one of the most innovative and creative courses from the 4th to the 9th of September, 2017 at Reschenpass in South Tyrol, Italy. Following a heated debate between the judges, both Bienvenido …

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Lessons Learned in Mont-Sainte-Anne

Since 1991, the inaugural season of the UCI Mountain Bike World Cup, the best riders in the world have made the pilgrimage to the magnificent Eastern-Canadian mecca of mountain biking on the banks of the St. Lawrence River to battle each other and the mountain’s long, fast, hard, and tricky …

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