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Thursday, July 26, 2012

Santa Cruz Bicycles Demo Fleet Stolen


Jungle Products Inc. has been targetted in a smash and grab, with 11 Santa Cruz bikes, detailed below, stolen from a Sprinter Van.
Please contact Jungle Products on 01423 780088 should you have any information relating to the theft, or are offered one of the below bikes.

Tallboy LT Alloy
Size: XL
Color: Trans White/Red decal (Custom)
Kit: XT AM 29
Wheels: DT Swiss 350 rear, Chub front / WTB Frequency i23 29
Shock: Fox RP23 Kashima
Fork: Fox 34 Float29 140 RLC Taper Kashima (Black)

Tallboy LT Alloy
Size: Large
Color: Trans White/Red decal (Custom)
Kit: XT AM 29
Wheels: DT Swiss 350 rear, Chub front / WTB Frequency i23 29
Shock: Fox RP23 Kashima
Fork: Fox 34 Float29 140 RLC Taper Kashima (Black)

Tallboy LT Alloy
Size: Medium
Color: Trans White/Red decal (Custom)
Kit: XT AM 29
Wheels: DT Swiss 350 rear, Chub front / WTB Frequency i23 29
Shock: Fox RP23 Kashima
Fork: Fox 34 Float29 140 RLC Taper Kashima (Black)

Blur LT2  Alloy
Size: Large 
Color: Skittles Red
Kit: R AM
Wheels: Hope Pro 2 hubs / WTB Laserdisc Trail
Shock: Fox RP23 Kashima
Fork: Rockshox Revelation RL 150 Taper (Black)

Blur LT2  Alloy
Size: Small
Color: White
Kit: XT AM
Wheels: Hope Pro2 hubs / WTB TCS XC
Shock: Fox RP23 
Fork: Rockshox Revelation RL 150 Taper (Black)

Tallboy Alloy
Size: Medium
Color: Seabright Blue
Kit: XT XC 29 (2011)
Wheels: Hope Pro2 hubs / Mavic TN719
Shock: Fox RP23
Fork: Rockshox Reba RL 29 Taper (Black)

Tallboy Alloy
Size: XL
Color: Lime Green
Kit: XT XC 29
Wheels: DT Swiss 350 hubs / Mavic TN719
Shock: Fox RP23 Kashima
Fork: Fox F29 120 RLC Taper (Black)

Tallboy Carbon
Size: Large
Color: Gloss Blue
Kit: XT XC 29
Wheels: Hope Pro2 hubs / WTB TCS XC 
Shock: Fox RP23 Kashima
Fork: Fox F29 120 RLC Taper Kashima (Black)

Juliana
Size: Small
Color: White
Kit: R XC
Wheels: Hope Pro2 hubs / WTB Laserdisc XC
Shock: Fox RL
Fork: Fox F120 RL OB (Black)

Nomad Carbon
Size: Medium
Color: Matte Carbon/Blue
Kit: XT AM 29
Wheels: Hope Pro2 hubs / WTB TCS Trail
Shock: Fox RP23 Kashima
Fork: Rockshox Lyrik RC2DH (Black)

Nomad Carbon
Size: Medium
Color: White
Kit: XO / Avid / Reverb
Wheels: Hope Pro2 hubs / Enve XC Carbon
Shock: Fox RP23
Fork: Fox 36 Float 160 RLC (White)





#MtbLife


Thursday, June 7, 2012

Tell Southern California Forests to Protect Mountain Bike Access!



IMBA is working to prevent trail closures in Southern California's National Forests.


Sign the petition below to let the U.S. Forest Service know that you would like for them to consider a backcountry non-motorized designation in roadless areas that already have mountain bike trails.


http://www.imba.com/form/scalifornia-forest-service-petition


Thank you! #MtbLife



Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Spy Shot! Airborne Bicycles HobGoblin Prototype Full Suspension XC 29er


Photo and information taken from Airborne Bicycles Facebook page.

7000 series butted frame, tapered HT, pressfit GXP BB, 100mm of travel. 71 degree HA, 74 degree SA. It will be available in late August with two different complete build options starting at $1700 for an X7/Reba/Monarch build. They will also be offering a frame/HS/Shock option for those who want to build up their own bikes.

"The bike pictured is fairly close to what the $1700 build will be. The tires will be Geax AKA's instead and the rims are going to be different. The stock bikes will come with 180mm front rotors also. The X7 2x10 that comes on the bike has the lower 38/24 gearing which I've been ride-testing; its really nice for long climbs and allows the user to stay in the big-ring a little longer on fast, undulating trails. I've been a die-hard hardtail rider and I can truly say that I find myself picking this bike over my Goblin 29er for most trails. Oh, we forgot to mention what the name of the new dual 29er is: The HobGoblin." says Jeremy Mudd, Senior Product Manager at Airborne Bicycles.

Look for more info and pricing in the near future...

Website: AirborneBicycles.com
Facebook: Facebook.com/Airborne.Bikes
Twitter: Twitter.com/Airborne_Bikes
Phone: 1-800-888-BIKE
E-mail: Support@AirborneBicycles.com

Saturday, May 19, 2012

23rd Street Bike Park

I've spent the past couple days riding some new features at 23rd Street Bike Park in Pittsburg, Kansas. Below you will find a few pictures and videos from the ride today. Keep in mind the dirt jumps are not complete. I was told by one of the builders that there will be 3 separate dirt jump lines that all end up in a pumptrack. Talk about sweet. Can't wait to see the finished park. 




















To see more pictures visit my Facebook Page:  http://www.facebook.com/AirborneAlf

Thanks for viewing/reading. I hope you enjoyed. #MtbLife


Sunday, May 6, 2012

Logchutes downhill on the line...


Now's your chance to let YOUR voice be heard in support of a sanctioned - ONE WAY downhill trail at Logchutes.

Input sought on Log Chutes downhill. One of Durango’s most beloved joy rides could be getting a makeover.

The Log Chutes downhill, a 3.5 mile stretch once used as the Nationals Downhill course, would get a buff and shine and be inducted as an official one-way only trail under a proposed plan by the San Juan National Forest. First floated by Trails 2000 in 2010, the “Log Chutes Downhill Mountain Bike Trail Project” calls for reconstructing and connecting the confusing mass of nonsystem and/or renegade trails that have sprouted up on the Forest Service land, northwest of Durango off Junction Creek Road. The new trail would be designated as a one-way downhill bike trail.

The goal of the Log Chutes plan is to provide a properly designed, safe and legal trail while eliminating potential conflicts with other users. The Forest Service is conducting a public comment period on the proposal through Wed., May 23. Trails 2000 has received grant money from the San Juan National Forest to implement the proposal, should it be approved.

“Right now, the Forest Service is scoping to get public input on what their thoughts, ideas and feelings are,” Jed Botsford, Columbine District Recreation Staff officer, said Tuesday.

According to the Forest Service, public lands across the nation are seeing a growing number of illegal downhill mountain bike trails, and the San Juan is no different. Although the Log Chutes downhill has been permitted over the years for a variety of special events, it is not an “official” Forest Service trail. Despite this, it has seen an increased amount of use as evidenced by truck loads of bikers often shuttling back up the road for another run.

“The sport started about 20 years ago now, but it is gaining more and more popularity every year,” Botsford said.

However, such trails create concerns, not only over resource impacts and poor trail design, but safety. “In our initial scoping, the answer was, ‘Yes, make it a single-direction, single-use trail,’ purely for safety reasons,” he said. “When people are screaming downhill on downhill bikes, if someone is on a horse going up, those two uses don’t really mesh.”

He said he knew of at least three other user-created rogue courses on local public lands – including one in the Middle Mountain area near Vallecito. “They just sort of popped up because demand was there, and people were looking for somewhere to ride,” he said.

The Log Chutes downhill would be the first officially designated trial of its kind in the area.

The proposed alignment would follow an old fire line as well as parts of nonsanctioned roads and trails. The new trail would be adopted into the Forest Service’s system of trails and be consistent with the Forest Management Plan. In reviewing the plan, the Forest Service will look at potential effects on wildlife habitat, recreation and safety, noxious weed infestations, soil and watershed conditions, and cultural resources. Public comments will be included in a forthcoming draft environmental assessment.

Public comment open until May 23 via email at: chooley@fs.fed.us

or snail mail at:

Cam Hooley
at Columbine Public Lands
P.O. Box 439, Bayfield, CO 81122

Lets make some authentic DH in Durango a reality!

Video by Jerry Hazard


Copied from the current Durango Telegraph: www.durangotelegraph.com/quick-and-dirty