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  1. So, the stars seem to be aligning for me to take a trip to the US next year for work and I want to try and come home via Whistler. It's a lot cheaper getting to Canada from the States than from SA. My question, though, is whether my Hyrax will be up to the task. I particularly want to be able to ride A Line, since there's no way I'd go there and not try it. I have my Hyrax set up with 160mm travel on a DVO Diamond fork and I'll be getting an X Fusion coil shock on the rear for 140mm travel. I'm just wondering if that is enough suspension? Can anyone who has been there weigh in and give advice?
  2. Richie Rude and Cecile Ravanel have done it again - they win the SRAM Canadian Open Enduro Presented by Specialized. Click here to view the article
  3. The melting pot of Whistler was once again turned up to 11. There is one thing this venue never fails to provide and that is intensity. With a 70km loop packed into one boiling hot day over five stages, it was always going to serve up some surprises and challenges, the riders probably didn’t think there would be quite as many as there were. Click here to view the article
  4. Can Norbs save MTB with the sickest edit ever? Click here to view the article
  5. There was heartbreak and elation in equal measure at a dramatic round 6 of the Enduro World Series in Whistler. There were some new faces on the podium and some familiar grimaces as mechanicals once again changed the fate of a Whistler race. Click here to view the article
  6. This weekend sees the SRAM Canadian Open Enduro Presented by Specialized land in Whistler for round six of the Enduro World Series, part of the Crankworx Festival. Click here to view the article
  7. South African photographer, Sven Martin is renowned for his expertise as a MTB photographer and has made his mark as one of the best. Click here to view the article
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