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Session made in Waterloo

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"Many hands make light work, and a light bike."

Follow the journey that transforms unassuming sheets of carbon into Session: one of the baddest, lightest, downhill race machines to grace World Cup podiums. Meet the cast of characters at Trek responsible crafting this American-made frame, and get the behind-the scenes tour of the Waterloo factory. Click over to the article on dirtmountainbike.com!


Rocky Mountain Volume One

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Volume One of our Trail Journal is dedicated to the enjoyment of putting rubber-covered wheels into dirt. It is a collection of some of our favourite stories, images, bikes, and characters. Collectively, the stories in this magazine trace Rocky Mountain's journey—looking back through 35 years of good times, and forward at what's to come.


Risk Versus Reward

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Professional athletes face the risk of injury every day they get out on the bike, and Gee Atherton learned this lesson hard last season. Click over to this article to see the ups and downs of Gee's last season, and his philosophy for keeping on.


Katy Winston's Slash 29 and Remedy 27.5

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Last year brought significant changes to both the Slash 29 and the Remedy 27.5, but that doesn't mean that Trek's Enduro riders needs to pick a side! Read up on Katy Winton's thoughts about each model, and how she has them set up to conquer the works most demanding Enduro courses.


Unified Front: Aero integration hits the mainstream

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Dan Cavallari - Velo News

As aero integration has become more sophisticated, the design philosophy has begun to seep into all types of bikes. Here’s what you should know about what’s out there and how it affects your ride.

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Bike To Work Week 2015

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Bike To Work Week 2015 is coming up fast...it's time to begin planning!


Black Tie Winners!

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You could have knocked us over with a feather when our names were announced as winners of a Black Tie Award.


Black Tie Finalists!

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We were short-listed for a Black Tie Award!!   


Now on Instagram!

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Trick or Treat on Saturday the 25th

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Remember to come to Cycle Therapy on Saturday between 10 and Noon for the Spooktacular Downtown Duncan Event!  


Thanks You's

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A few letters and notes of thanks we wanted to share with you!


Cycling in the Rain...How to Survive It

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Riding in the rain is part of life on two wheels - no matter the time of year. Some hate it, others enjoy it. Whatever camp you fall in to there are ways to prepare, survive and recover from cycling in the rain.




Gullyvers travels

I've crisscrossed the globe as a competitor for many years, but I rarely ventured beyond the mountain resorts that contests are held in. As I get older, I've started pushing to escape the industry bubble and get off the beaten path more. — Gully

http://www.bikes.com/en/stories/gullyvers-travels-episode-one

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Slayer earns top marks at the Bible of Bike Tests

We're stoked—the results are in, and stacked against thirty-four of the industry's best, the Slayer 770 MSL has received top marks in Bike Magazine's 2017 Bible of Bike Tests.

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Session made in Waterloo

"Many hands make light work, and a light bike."

Follow the journey that transforms unassuming sheets of carbon into Session: one of the baddest, lightest, downhill race machines to grace World Cup podiums. Meet the cast of characters at Trek responsible crafting this American-made frame, and get the behind-the scenes tour of the Waterloo factory. Click over to the article on dirtmountainbike.com!

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