Don't forget that TBS Bike Parts is still offering huge sales on select Easton, SRAM, and Shimano products throughout the remainder of the winter months. From carbon wheelsets to brakes, don't miss out on this opportunity to save big and get your ride ready for the 2015 season!
In this episode of the "Trail Doctor", Dan Milner shows us how to inspect all of the bearing points on our bike to find that clunk. It's important to find those loose bearings as early as possible to not only save your bike, but your bank account as well.
Sixteen year old rider Elliot Heap teams up wit Dirt TV to bring us some fast laps and big gaps aboard his trail bike. If you're living in a snow-bound place, this video may give you the winter riding blues, but remember that the riding season will be back in a few months.
Established over a decade ago, Crankworx - Whistler has often been referred to as the Superbowl of mountain biking and has been wildly successful in showcasing events and competitions that draw massive crowds. The success of the Whistler-based event resulted in the launch of Crankworx Les Deux Alpes (France) in 2011 and in 2015 we'll see Crankworx - Rotorua (New Zealand) added to the mix.
Every year brings new and refined technologies to the parts and accessories used in our sport. For 2015 you can expect to see 7-speed, 10 speed and 11 speed drivetrain setups to maximize efficiency in different riding disciplines, as well as refined suspension offerings and the trickle-down of technology from the top-end bits down to the mid-range.
Epic TV's Trail Doctor, Dan Milner, has created many helpful videos on how to tune and fix your mountain bike. With 30 years of experience working on bikes under his belt, Dan is the guru of mountain bike maintenance. In this video, he shows us how to properly change disc brake pads.
Garrett Robertson and Jeremy Ball walked away with third place in the Ray's Odd Couple video contest that took place on November 20th -22nd at Ray'sMTB Park in Cleveland, Ohio. The 7 pro teams who were entered were made up of one mountain biker and one BMXer who were anonymously matched up, and they had 72 hours to put together a video of their riding.