Mammoth Bike Park Passes On Sale

by editors on May 23, 2017

Now that Mammoth Mountain and Snow Summit are in the same family there are two options for SoCal mountain bikers looking to spend some time riding the lifts this summer. Bike park passes are on sale now for $299 for Mammoth or $399 for full summer access to Mammoth and Snow Summit. If you’re down, act now because these prices only good until June 5, 2017. Summit’s bike park opens May 26 and Mammoth says they’ll start rolling on June 23, 2017 (they have a bit more snow to deal with). For all the details, click the link.

[Link: Mammoth Mountain]

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Boreal Is Getting A Lift-Serviced Bike Park

by editors on May 17, 2017

Boreal Mountain Resort, a.k.a Woodward Tahoe is getting a brand new lift-serviced mountain bike park.

The new bike park will feature flow lines that incorporate natural elements, wooden features and obstacles such as berms, wall rides and jumps. Trails and flow lines will vary in difficulty for beginner to advanced riders. “The goal in designing the Woodward Tahoe bike park is to create a fun and unique experience that represents Woodward’s commitment to innovative facilities,” commented Jake Kinney, mountain biking pro and action sports director at Woodward West in Tehachapi, California. “We want riders of all abilities and ages to enjoy the time they spend on their bike and feel confident with their riding.”

The park should be up and running by early July 2017. Sounds like a cool place to roll by this summer. For the official word from Woodward, please follow the jump.

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The WTB Riddler Goes To 45 Wide

by editors on September 1, 2016


Looking for the perfect shoes for your gravel/CX steed? WTB might have just the tire for you with their Riddler 45c.

Expanding what gravel can do while happily accommodating dirt touring, the Riddler 45c corners with confidence on hard surfaces while still sinking its teeth deep into your favorite trails. It encourages exploration…through dirt, gravel, smiles, frowns, blood, sweat and tears. . . . Built for unfaltering speed through a wide range of conditions, the Riddler 45c delivers added gusto to the rider who finds themselves on the roughest of roads. Incredibly versatile in a what-can‘t-it-do type of size, this tire breathes capability when mounted to any drop bar bike.

It may be a little wide for CX racers who like to abide by UCI rules, but for everyone else, it look pretty sweet. The Riddler 45c’s are available at the WTB website. Click the link for more info.

[Link: WTB]

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Mammoth Building 5 New MTB Trails

by editors on May 25, 2016

Mammoth Mountain is still digging out after one of their best snow years in recent memory, but that isn’t stopping them from opening the mountain bike park in June with five new trails for all levels of riders. Marketing Manager Gabe Taylor walks us through the new trails and cracks the whip on one of the workers responsible for clearing snow. Huh, huh, huh.

[Link: Mammoth Mountain]

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Ski Bikes Help You Rethink Next Winter

by editors on May 22, 2014

We’re all kind of hoping the snow melts and the single track dries up a little so we can get out and hit all the high lines this time of year, but when the snow flies next fall, we might not be as bummed as usual thanks to Nism Snow Bikes. With the right set up you could keep riding all those trails all winter long. Want to help founder Royce McDaniel keep his ski bike dreams rolling click here for his Fundable project.

[Link: Nism]

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RockyMounts Brass Knuckles Your Roof

by editors on January 23, 2014

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We couldn’t live without the RockyMounts DriveShaft thru-axel adapter than turns our Thule Peloton into a perfect MTB transporter. But now RockyMounts is stepping it up with their new low-profile upright bike rack that means we wouldn’t need to take our front wheel off at all. It’s stand up roof tray is called Brass Knuckles.

BrassKnuckles gets its name from the ergonomically shaped handle which makes the arm and wheel hook easier to pull down for efficient bike mounting. The handle includes a non-pinching trigger and RockyMounts’ “Positive Ratcheting Engagement,” which allows the wheel-hook to move in finer increments resulting in a more securely attached bike. The handle also includes the RockyMounts’ “Secure Locking System,” allowing safe transportation of your most prized possession. . . “We’re extremely excited about BrassKnuckles,” said Bruno Maier, President of RockyMounts, Inc. “Our product team has done a fantastic job of designing and engineering an innovative bike rack that is the best upright mount available. BrassKnuckles reinforces our position as an innovative and colorful company.”

The BrassKnuckle can be adjusted to work on either side of the car and will fit any kind of roof rack crossbar. And, it’s only $199.95. For the official word from RockyMounts, follow the jump. [click to continue…]

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The Mammoth Bike Park Ender

by editors on October 1, 2013

After one of the best summers ever the Mammoth Mountain Bike Park is now officially closed. Here’s a little taste of some of the action that went down last year. Now we can all savor the edit and begin counting the days until the 2014 season opener.

[Link: Mammoth Mountain]

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Mammoth Turns On The Pipeline

by editors on June 24, 2013

The Mammoth Mountain Mountain Bike Park got a few new things going this weekend. First, on Friday, June 21, 2013 they opened Pipeline (yeah, that’s it in this video). They also opened the Gondola for the summer MTB shred season. Guess it’s time to get on it.

[Link: Mammoth Mountain]

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Mammoth Bike Park Opens Saturday

by editors on May 21, 2013

mammoth_bpThe grand daddy of MTB mountains, Mammoth, will open at least 12 trails including Downtown, UpTown, Big Ring, Paper Route, Juniper, Timber Ridge, Shotgun, Lower Pipeline, Lower Bullet Lakes Trail and Pioneer Practice Loop, on Saturday, May 25, 2013. Yes, that’s this Saturday.

As a plus, the mountain is still open for snowboarding (and skiing) so it’s kind of a two-for-one kind of weekend this Memorial day. Stay and bike packages start at just $69 a person. Click the link for more info.

[Link: Mammoth Mountain]

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Stevens Pass Bike Park Open Weekends

by editors on July 31, 2012

Spbp LogoSteven’s Pass Mountain Resort has announced that they’ve opened Washington States only lift-serviced downhill mountain bike park.

With two bike trails recently completed – an intermediate excavated trail and an advanced single track trail, this marks the start of multi-season recreation opportunities at Stevens Pass. Construction on the trails began in July of 2011 after Stevens Pass was granted approval for the Bike Park project in September of 2010. . . “We are ecstatic to have these first two trails completely built,” said Joel Martinez, Vice President of Operations for Stevens Pass. “The process took seven years for approval to build and it’s amazing to finally see and ride these trails at the mountain.”

The park is open weekends from 10 AM to 6 PM. And work is still being done on the trails. For the official word, follow the jump. [click to continue…]

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