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Spacecraft X Paris Gore Official MTB Clothing Launch

Spacecraft MTB Launch from Paris Gore on Vimeo.

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The Mountain Gazette Is Back. And That’s Awesome For Adventure Journalism.
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The Mountain Gazette Is Back. And That’s Awesome For Adventure Journalism.

The Mountain Gazette Is Back. And That’s Awesome For Adventure Journalism.

After a multi-year hiatus, The Mountain Gazette is back under the leadership of none other than Mike Rogge. Mountain Gazette photo. For many of us, the words “adventure journalism” conjure up notions of classic writers like Edward Abbey, Yvon Chouinard, and Dolores LaChapelle waxing poetic about the nuances of mountain culture. Forging a life in the mountains, whether it’s on the glaciated peaks of Alaska, or simply in the notorious bars of a town like Jackson Hole is a complicated

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In the Garage: How to Clean Your MTB
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In the Garage: How to Clean Your MTB

In the Garage: How to Clean Your MTB

A clean bike is a happy bike. Max Ritter photo. There’s just something about a clean bike that makes you want to ride faster and push harder on the trail. Maybe it’s a placebo, or maybe it’s the fact that a clean bike typically means everything is working well, your drivetrain isn’t creaking, and your suspension is as active as it can be. Even if you only ride in dry conditions, cleaning your bike frequently will keep it happy and make all those expensive parts work better and last

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TGR Tested: Our Favorite Women’s MTB Kits
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TGR Tested: Our Favorite Women’s MTB Kits

TGR Tested: Our Favorite Women’s MTB Kits

Casey Brown rocking her new signature jersey, just one of the many women's kits we tested this summer. Scott Robb photo. The other day I was riding with a few of my girlfriends, and this woman in a really cute pair of bike shorts passed us on the trail. Intrigued, we tried guessing the brand and began naming off all the mountain bike apparel companies we knew: Wild Rye, Shredly, Dakine, Sombrio, Mons Royale, and the list kept going. I couldn’t help but laugh because five years ago we