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Trail Fiesta | Exploring the trails of Ajijic Mexico

Dec 19, 2016No Comments

El plan | The Plan After 4 years of travelling to Ajijic Mexico to visit family, this time I decided to take my bike and

OEM and Framebuilder Sales, Bike Division, Shimano Canada

Dec 19, 2016No Comments

OEM and Framebuilder Sales Position Job Description: OEM and Framebuilder Sales, Bike Division, Shimano Canada General Summary: An OEM and Framebuilder Salesperson will demonstrate success

Coffee, Bikes, Beer with Ben Reasbeck

Dec 05, 20164 Comments

Ben Reasbeck,  Brian Hunt and Paul Reid have been at it again with another great video featuring some of their home trails and their sick backyard

Fatbiking 101: Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow…

Nov 14, 20161 Comment

We live in Canada. For cyclists, that means 4 or 5 months under a blanket of snow, on our butts eating shortbreads and roast beast,

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Tested: Santa Cruz Tallboy 3 CC

Nov 09, 201611 Comments

Like many, this story begins as the proud owner of either the legendary Tallboy or its updated follow-up the Tallboy 2. Both were undeniable, leading-edge

Why YOU Need a Fatbike

Oct 24, 20162 Comments

Winter is coming. And while that may be a bad thing for people who play games on thrones, it’s not a bad thing for people

Five Days In Whistler Bike Park – Which Rental Ruled the Roost

Oct 13, 20164 Comments

Recently I had the pleasure of demoing four top-of-the-line bikes at Whistler Bike Park. Conditions were all-time with the mountain receiving a bunch of rain the

Go West Young Man

Sep 27, 20163 Comments

I’m not saying I don’t like riding here in Ontario. Because I really do. The technical rock gardens and interval-training of the Niagara escarpment, the

Turkey Point Mountain Bike Club’s 6th Annual Fall Ripper

Sep 20, 20161 Comment

This year we’ve added some twists such as live entertainment after the ride from the rock/blues band “Soulshaker” as well as beer and wine samples

Ride Away Stigma with Danielle Berman

Sep 18, 2016No Comments

  Each year, nearly 4,000 Canadians die from suicide. Most have suffered from at least one mental health disorder, and many do not feel comfortable

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