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With new options from Stages, more mountain bikers are using power meters to guide their training
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Designed around a single chainring, the group promises easier shifting, but costs hundreds less than its XX predecessor

We sample a baker’s dozen of next year’s top products in Park City, Utah
We tested 24 of the latest bikes in 8 categories to find the year’s best.
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Available with air or coil springs, the new shocks allow riders to customize their ride
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The sleek pedal has updated internals designed to withstand the punishment doled out by World Cup racers
Whether you need more visibility on the trail, or are planning a season of 24-hour races, these brilliant lights will get you through the night
We’ve ridden, tested and evaluated dozens of the most promising bikes of 2013. From beautiful trail models with 27.5-inch wheels to ultra-light 29ers, here are 13 of our...
Don’t let a wimpy pump leave you stranded you trailside. These 8 models get the job done.
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Modern thoroughbred that can compete with the best carbon bikes

Nothing improves your ride better than new rims and rubber. Here are next year’s most promising models.
Pearl Izumi X Project 1.0
The new high-performance shoes feel great, whether you're riding or scrambling over rocks.
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The popular 100mm trail bike sheds some weight, gets stronger and develops a playful edge.
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We take the 150mm trail bike for a quick test on some of Whistler’s finest singletrack.
Best bikes in 7 categories, from 29ers to women's full-suspension
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These wide-body trail pedals promise the smooth performance of XTR race pedals with the forgiving platform of a downhill model.
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The new model is the Canadian company’s first carbon full-suspension 29er.
Developed with Shimano, the system has near-instant lockout controls for forks and shocks.
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The latest forks from the German company are its best yet. There's a 27.5 option, too.
From wet roots to bone-dry singletrack, here are nine tires that will help you keep the rubber side down no matter what the trails are like this spring.

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