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Features, News, Trails

Loakan Freeride : A Teaser

Loakan Freeride : A Teaser

The Baguio and Benguet boys seem to have been out of circulation for the past months or so, but certainly not idle.

August 1, 2016 ×

Bikes, Features, Interviews, News, Reviews

Press Release: Rurok Cordillera Powered by IsoLink

Press Release: Rurok Cordillera Powered by IsoLink

Many, many, many years ago, the Philippine mountain bike scene was astir by the announcement of IsoLink, the first locally designed mountain bike. The very first prototype had steel tubes welded by renowned frame builder Ave Maldea, the linkages were hand machined in a machine shop in Marikina, and the […]

July 31, 2016 ×

Components, Features, Reviews

Budget Meal Slacker

Budget Meal Slacker

An affordable solution to make your bike’s geometry slacker.

July 8, 2016 ×

Features, How To, News, Skills

Mountain Biking with your GF: a Survival Guide, Part 2

Mountain Biking with your GF: a Survival Guide, Part 2

Again, as mentioned in Part 1, your significant other must be interested in learning to ride in the first place, and not just pretending because you’ve been bugging her about it.

June 30, 2016 ×

Features, How To, News, Skills

Mountain Biking with your GF: A Survival Guide, Part 1

Mountain Biking with your GF: A Survival Guide, Part 1

So your GF/Missus/Significant Other has decided to give mountain biking a shot! Cheers all around. Deciding to mountain bike is a big thing, especially in a country where Belo rakes in tons of cash from women who want to be lily-white and flawless.

June 27, 2016 ×

Features, How To, Maintenance, News

Suspension 101: Progression

Suspension 101: Progression

Listen up, kids. Today, we are going to talk about suspension progression. When your friend tells you “bruh, my suspension feels too progressive”, don’t just wipe your nose then slowly walk away. Tell your friend “duuude, get a larger volume air can to make it more linear”. Listen carefully. There will be a quiz after the lesson.

June 22, 2016 ×

Components, Features, How To, Maintenance, News

TIME TO GO TUBELESS

TIME TO GO TUBELESS

Follow this easy conversion hack from old Presta valves and duct tape.

June 18, 2016 ×

Features, News, Skills

Getting OFF that Rider’s Plateau

Getting OFF that Rider’s Plateau

If the jump or the gap is too big for you, start small. Just get the form right first. Clearing the big gap doesn’t take a day.

June 15, 2016 ×

Bikes, Features, News, Reviews

Trek Farley 8 Review: Big Wheels, Big Fun

Trek Farley 8 Review: Big Wheels, Big Fun

I’ve always wondered how a mountain bike with tires wider than my motorcycle’s would handle. “Monster Truck,” “Sofa on Wheels,” and “Lumbering Behemoth” are the phrases I usually hear from people describing fat bikes. Not really descriptions that make you look forward to riding one, but I was still intrigued by these modern day penny farthings.

June 8, 2016 ×

Events

Ifugao Enduro 2016

Ifugao Enduro 2016

As my rear end made two deep moonlike imprints on the thick mud in the last stage of the Ifugao Enduro race last March 5, I dug deep into my Fault Vault to find the most convincing excuse I could come up with to shore up my seemingly mediocre performance […]

May 26, 2016 ×