Video: Rooted DH Brings the Privateer Power to Port Angles - more racing and more shenanigans at the second national downhill race of 2019
The privateer experience isn't at all what we think of as professional racing. Yet in in reality, most of the racers strapped to number boards at nearly any given race around the world are there on their own dime, simply because they love racing. The Rooted team is a trio of young American downhill racers;
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Tied To Their Thrones: The 2019 Sea Otter Dual Slalom In Photos - Ropelato goes three for three and Kintner goes nine in a row at the unofficial DS world champs
It may be dual slalom, but triple and triple-triple winners were the theme on a beautiful night for racing in Monterey at the Sea Otter Classic Dual Slalom. Mitch Ropelato secured a three-peat, while Jill Kintner grabbed an unprecedented ninth win in a row; both astonishing feats at arguably the most hallowed slalom date on
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Spin Doctors: How the Bike Industry Wants to Protect Your Head - Six angular impact mitigation systems, explained
These technologies all claim to allow the helmet to rotate independent of the head, reducing forces that have been linked to concussions.
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We get it. Given today’s market, brands are compelled, every year, to offer more travel, more capability and overall more bike than was expected of them the year before. We at Bike are probably partially responsible for that. It’s a big reason why XC bikes often get left by the wayside. But sometimes we see cool, new,