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This is A Stunning Look at Building One of The World’s Most Expensive MTBs

Ever seen a mountain bike and been like “yoooooo,” only to find out that you’ll probably never get to own one? Yeah, me too. The first time I saw an Unno bike in the wild, I had that exact reaction. Upon reading more into them, I learned that I’ll probably never be special enough to own one – the handmade frame alone costs nearly $6000, and they only make 50 bikes a year. But that’s ok, a boy can still dream.

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The next best thing to owning one might be this video of Unno’s manufacturing process. Every bike is designed and assembled by hand in their Barcelona facility, something that very few bike brands can attest to these days. Ever wonder what it takes to actually create a carbon bike frame? Take a look inside the whole procedure of creating an Unno’s 160mm Burn enduro bike.

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Oaxaca, Mexico Should Be On Your MTB Bucket List
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Oaxaca, Mexico Should Be On Your MTB Bucket List

Oaxaca, Mexico Should Be On Your MTB Bucket List

If steep, raw, and never-ending trails sound like your cup of tea when it comes to mountain biking, Oaxaca, Mexico is the place to be. Combine said trail riding with some of the most vibrant culture, amazing food and unique travel experiences you can get, and a trip to southern Mexico turns into a trip of a lifetime. Home to the Sierra Norte, a rugged mountain range with a unique network of shuttle-able mountain bike trails, and local guide Alvaro Gutierrez, Oaxaca is paradise for mountain

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Throwback: Evil Riders Agassiz, Norbraten, and Giese Shred Virgin, UT
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Throwback: Evil Riders Agassiz, Norbraten, and Giese Shred Virgin, UT

Throwback: Evil Riders Agassiz, Norbraten, and Giese Shred Virgin, UT

Virgin, Utah is renowned as the home of some of North America's gnarliest mountain biking, surrounded by loose and steep lines down the countless nearby mesas. A bike that can hold together even in the face of Rampage-caliber abuse is good to go just about anywhere, which likely explains why athlete Graham Agassiz, joined by Kyle Norbraten and Mike Giese, headed down to Virgin to put their Evil Bike Co. steeds to the test. RELATED: Graham Agassiz- A Life Forged in MTB The region's loose red

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Throwback: Aggy Shows Off His Evil Following MB Trail Bike
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Throwback: Aggy Shows Off His Evil Following MB Trail Bike

Throwback: Aggy Shows Off His Evil Following MB Trail Bike

Graham Agassiz might be best known for huge hucks on bikes with 180mm+ of travel, but that doesn’t mean he foregoes some short-travel fun from time to time too. While Evil’s Following MB might look like a speedy trail bike for lycra nerds with its 29-inch wheels and a mere 120mm of travel, Aggy showed us last year what the bike is truly capable of: playful and poppy trail riding and annihilating corners. "If you’d told me a year ago a 120mm 29er would be a staple bike in my quiver I’d have