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The fat bike phenomenon has taken hold in the past few years, prompting seasonal cyclists to make the switch and ride year-round.
From mountain biking up some of the world's deadliest mountains to commuting to work safely, racing on an efficient road bike and exploring technical terrain on a hybrid, there are so many bikes to choose from. But which ones are worthy of your money?
Spring has sprung and you’re probably already thinking of ways to get in shape for the summer.
Any physical activity is good for you; running has been particularly popular because of the famed “runner’s high.” But the state of euphoria that comes with reduced anxiety and a diminished ability to
Dirt trails, tough climbs and epic descents—it all seems so incredible, thrilling—and downright terrifying. Mountain biking may not seem like the most beginner-friendly sport, but with a few tips, the right gear and maybe some expert instruction, your first experience can be a great one.