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Survive winter riding with these 30 pearls of wisdom | Bike Portland

March 14, 2017

Survive winter riding with these 30 pearls of wisdom | Bike Portland

Winter riding in the Pacific Northwest can be a uniquely challenging affair. Whether exploring deep National Forest gravel roads, churning out paved base mileage, pounding grimy singletrack, or simply commuting — there are a few universal truths that will hopefully take a bit of the adversity out of the season. Initially compiled by Ryan Francesconi, the following list reflects the cumulative wisdom of the Unpaved community. Read More


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New Products – DZR Minna LTD Shoes, Showers Pass SS Henley Baselayer and Adidas Zonyk Pro Sunglasses | The MTB Lab
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