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Alam-Kooh by bike by Mehdi_MTB

Getting to alam kooh by bike From MARZANABAD (a town near chaloos road) to ROODBARAK AND VANDARBON where The two river one from ALAMCHAL (the north face of alam kooh) and the other from HESARCHAL ( south face of alam kooh) are joined together. There is a very big mountaineering shelter with best possibilities called VANDARBON SHELTER in that area

TDF Yorkshire, England by Andy Livo

The Tour came to England, Yorkshire to be precise. It's not been sunny since which is utterly amazing given the normal weather in that part of the country. The crowds were staggeringly big as you can see from the photos. I thought I'd post them up. What a great day it was.

Rollin' on a river by Visentin

We have now done countless rides with this trailer now getting old, and visited a significant number of times the Dunajec gorges. But so far never the Dunajec with the trailer and Mikołaj in it ! Rollin'..... Rollin'..... Rollin' on a river ! (Creedence Clearwater Revival)

Alamoot Shahsavar adventure by Mehdi_MTB

This is a long trip report for those who make plan for going to this program, as I investigated this program has not been performed sofar. The total time for performing of this project is about 3 days at least and it may be differ to a long Performance. This program have two portion of physical and psychological fitness and I think the second part Is very important and strongly recommend to concentrate on this part (psychological)

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Bike-fitting: do it on your own and save money ! by Visentin

What we call bike-fitting is the "science" that consists in measuring someone's various dimensions (around ten measurements), in order to : - Choosing a bike's best sizes for a given person - Find the optimal settings on this bike There are a lot of sport firms that propose for such service, but it usually costs significanly...

All in One by chaberton


Swing Arm Mudguard by Andy Livo

There are very few mudguards out there that are compatible with full suspension bikes. Most are attached to the seatpost and this interferes with the swing arm, especially on long travel bikes. Also it hinders lowering the seatpost for descents. All in all they are totally unsasifactory. The only one which seems to address the problem is the 'Mudhugger''. But this is expensive and will not fit my bike.

Chaberton Gears by chaberton

A collection of articles with suggestions, experiences and attempts to personalize the Mountain Bike and if you can....make it even more powerful.

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Arbizon above nowhere by Visentin

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Eiger above nowhere by Andreas Fischer

The photo was taken during my MTB tour Schwarzwaldalp - First in autumn 2006.

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