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  • The SR Suntour Durolux 38 combines the ruggedness required for demanding terrain with the finesse needed for precision riding, all wrapped in a package that values accessibility and ease of use.

    Archimedes stands as a paragon of intellectual might, celebrated not for the clamor of the battlefield but for the profound quiet of contemplation...

  • The Scott Ransom 900 RC is a highly intuitive bike that provides a seamless riding experience, ideal for navigating exceptionally rough terrain. It features top-tier rear suspension performance without relying on a high-pivot design.

    The bike market is more vibrant and full of innovation than ever before. The multitude of styles and philosophies to draw from when conceptualizing a...

  • Cross-country bikes have evolved to be better on demanding descents. The ability to pop over roots with such ease and to rocket through flatter sections of trail make the Yeti ASR an awesome experience for a more traditional mountain biker who’s used to longer travel trail bikes.

    After taking a decade off from the ASR model, Yeti brought it back. For me, the timing of its arrival couldn’t have been better as sloppy...

Welcome to Issue 15.2

A unique blend of shared excitement and camaraderie that transcends mere thrill-seeking exists within the mountain biking community. In the latest issue of Freehub, we uncover the nuanced layers of connection that define our community. An in-depth report on the groundbreaking inclusion of women in premier slopestyle events and an exploration of the neurological foundations of mountain biking that promote healing and mental well-being are a few among many stories that delve into the diverse ways riders find unity and purpose. In a profile piece on Laura Blythe, a search for purpose leads to a blossoming love for mountain biking on the trails of Fire Mountain in the Qualla Boundary, home of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians in North Carolina. These narratives highlight individual experiences that collectively shape our shared passion for mountain biking.

Dive in and explore the depth of community woven through the pages of Issue 15.2.