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The Fellowship of the Tart: A Tale of the Butter Tart 700

Jul 29, 2019
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nyby

The butter tart is an iconic Canadian treat. The culture surrounding our delicious little brown pies is deep and varied. Many intrepid snackers will travel far and wide in search of the greatest tart of them all. Butter tart festivals, tours, and competitions have recently cropped up all across the country. But nowhere in our fair nation is the butter

Santa Cruz Carbon Chameleon Launch Video Features The Whole Family

Jan 29, 2019
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Santa Cruz Bicycles is a rad company.  This new Carbon Chameleon video was shot at their factory in Santa Cruz, California.  The video features all the great folks who have a hand in each and every bike that rolls off that floor.  Very cool!   Check out the new Chameleon here:  https://www.santacruzbicycles.com/en-US/chameleon  

Riding New Zealand’s Old Ghost Road

Jan 28, 2019
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micah356

I consider myself very fortunate to have wound up in a job that takes me all over the world on my bicycle. Since joining TDA Global Cycling in 2014, I’ve been across Asia, through Central America, halfway across Canada, and crossed Australia and New Zealand twice. At the end of each these trips, though, I find myself longing for the

​​No Limits – The Return of Autobahn

Sep 25, 2018
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​​For nearly ten years, one of Blue Mountain’s most legendary trails has laid dormant. ​​ ​​The reasons why are extensive, and anyone who was a regular around the Bike Park during those years will have their own version of what exactly happened. But those stories are best left for another time. We’re here to talk about how, for one, shining

2018 Blue Cup Race and Photo Report

Jun 12, 2018
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Despite the lack of a provincial race series, the return of Blue Mountain Bike Park’s Blue Cup proved downhill racing in Ontario is alive and well. With a new format, nearly 100 riders on the start list, and no points or overall championship to chase, the stage was set for a great, low-pressure day of racing bikes. O-Chute was lined

Opening Weekend Report from Blue Mountain Bike Park

May 23, 2018
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Like clockwork, every year the snow melts, the trails dry and the summer version of Georgian Bay and the Niagara Escarpment emerges from its winter slumber. After an unprecedented wet start to last summer, riders were looking forward to this year’s Opening Weekend of the Blue Mountain Bike Park. Riders were out in droves on Friday, and while some stayed

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