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2018

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The Pinhoti Mountain Bike

Written by: FlowFound

Whether you're an elite bike or a beginner seeking to take up mountain biking, you should always seek the top equipment for your ride. Enter the Pinhoti MTN Bike - With well-rounded performance in speed, agility and traction, impressive is an understatement. Read here for more details!

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The T1sl Road Bike

Written by: FlowFound

When it comes to biking, whether it's for leisure or competition, having that extra inch of advantage never hurts. So, if you're in the market for a road bike that's durable, fast and agile, say hello to the 2018 T1sl from Litespeed.

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Mountain Bikes For Beginners

Written by: FlowFound

Mountain biking can be one of the most enjoyable and adventurous activities anyone can partake in. If you're considering taking it up and need help on where to start, check out this list of beginner-friendly bicycles Litespeed offers!

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Litespeed Gravel vs. Cherohala

Written by: Litespeed

The Cherohala and Gravel bikes by Litespeed are some of the best titanium gravel bikes on the market. They are extremely versatile bikes and can be used for road biking, touring, adventure cycling, commuting, gravel riding, and even singletrack!

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How To Take Care Of Your Mountain Bike

Written by: FlowFound

Mountain bikes are built to handle the roughest terrain and the most difficult of obstacles. But, giving them some periodic TLC always helps. Here are some maintenance tips to help you take care of your mountain bike to ensure it performs well in every ride.

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2017

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Christmas time – upgrade time

Written by: CyclingClaude

Christmas, of course, is not only about gifts. Spending quality time with the family, enjoying good food and drink together is much more important. This is why I always love to go home for Christmas.

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5 Mountain Bike Tips In The Rain

Written by: FlowFound

No matter the season, mountain bikes are designed to handle rough terrain. But, here are some tips you should keep in mind when biking in the rain.

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