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Diamondback Release 3 Review
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The Diamondback Release 3 sits at the top of DB’s trail model list, providing high-end components, a lightweight frame, wide gear ratios, and an all-around ...

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Salsa Timberjack Review
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Salsa’s Timberjack line of mid-range hardtail MTB trail bikes is aimed at intermediate trail riders and long-distance bikepackers. They all feature relaxed ...

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A Selection of Garage Bike Racks
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For city dwellers with limited storage options, a bicycle rack is a great way to clear the hallway and free up some floor space. There are several different ...

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Co-op Cycles DRT 4.1 Fat Bike – Review
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Fat bikes are characterized by their over-sized ‘fat’ tires, designed to make cycling possible on any terrain. Over the past few years, they have gained ...

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Review of Trek Marlin 5
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Trek Marlin 5 is an entry-level trail bike perfectly suited for beginner riders and enthusiasts who need a dependable two-wheeler to hit the trails or commute ...

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Cannondale Jekyll AL 29 4 Review
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Cannondale Jekyll 29 4 can transform its personality from Dr. Jekyll to Mr. Hyde for a customized unique experience. All Mountain/Enduro   ...

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Cannondale Bad Boy 1 Review
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Designed as an all-around fun run bicycle, Bad Boy 1 started its life as a mountain-bike-turned-hybrid - a style still continued today. Its rigid frame ...

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Ultimate Cycling Safety Tips
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Cycling is a fantastic way to have fun, stay healthy, and commute in a cheap and nature-friendly way. But how safe is it to ride your bike in traffic? We ...

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Biking Etiquette & Safety Tips – The Written And Unwritten Rules
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Cycling is a fun and rewarding activity, whether as transport, exercise, or just a means for socializing. To avoid accidents and injuries, it is important to ...

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These are the Best 20″ Boys Bikes For 5 to 9 Year-olds
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Children grow up quickly, which means they may need a new bike every 2 or 3 years. Just like with adults, it's important to fit the right bike size for kids so ...