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Sea Otter 2008
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Tara Llanes:
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Cross Nationals
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Got Pink?
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Wounded Warrior Project:
Phoenix to Vegas
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Green Choices
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Pedros
Faces of Pedros
Lea Davison Teaches
Kids to MTB

Women's Skills by
Alison Dunlap

Coming alive
Going Green



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Bike The World: New York
Team Trips For Kids
The Ironclad Triathlon
The Ride of Silence
Ladies Night at R-A-B
Bike the World
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Get Your Friends to Ride!



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Grand Theft Velo
In the Heart and Mind
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It's All About the Wheels
A sense of Paradox
Sea Otter: Super D
What is Sea Otter?



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Which Holiday Treat
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Raisin a Comeback
Marilyn Price:
Making Trips for Kids




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2006 CX Nationals Sidelines
2006 CX Nationals Day 2
2006 CX Nationals Day I
2006 CX Nationals Intro



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Warmth Recaptured
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Fireflies in the
Garden of Gray

A Ride With the Cannibal
Hoop Talk



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Interbike '06
Grande Finale
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and Hangover Ride

Interbike 2006 Intro



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24 Hours of Willamette
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Pedros Fest '06
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Not-so Still of the Night
The Bold and The Vulgar
Trailing Off
Stickers, Glue, Ribbons,
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Good Times in the Sky
Downhiller Hunting at Jiminy
Pedros Fest Intro 2006



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Heart Rate Monitor
Mt. Hamilton
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Hey Watch Your Feet!
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Stillwell Interpretive Trail
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Motor Parkway

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The Road to Zamora
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Energy Crisis
CX Camp for Juniors
Gear Guide: 2006
Inside the CX Nationals
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Take it Hard, Take it Easy
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Liberty Mutual Cyclocross
Nationals Day Two

Liberty Mutual Cyclocross
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Liberty Mutual Cyclocross
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Tasting the Brew
A Crewman's journey
275 Miles for Youth
Letters from the Road
Patterson Pass Insurgence
The Power of Critical Mass



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Pedros Fest '05
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Jiminy Peak Free Ride
Womens' Skills Clinic
Pedros: Day One
Pedros Intro



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IBEX MTB Trail [Series]
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The Gear Guide, reviews of the season's best gear

Sweating and freezing, Pedal Pushers Online reviewers have been rolling around the streets in 20 degree weather (and the occasional nice day) and cranking away on their trainers, trying out new gear from the cycling world's best manufacturers. And oh yeah, Gary even spent time on his barco lounger reading a couple of books too! Where does the sacrifice stop I ask?

With the exception of perhaps a couple of items in this unbelievable assembly of gear, this stuff is for you, the regular cyclist. We are reviewing this based upon the viewpoint of the average to slightly intense recreational rider, not the extreme competitor. Does it work? Is it comfortable, does it help me enjoy my hobby? These are pretty much the criteria by which the stuff is judged.

Presented in the following reviews is some of the finest stuff we've come across and... a couple of... shall we call them unique ideas, as well.

The Gear Guide, reviews of the season's best gear

To pull you out of your winter hibernation let's start by following Neil and Sharon Anderson as they pedal around Canada in PARTNERS IN GRIME.
::read the review of PARTNERS in GRIME::

If you've got a great looking derierre from cycling, why not put it on a sharp new saddle? Maybe the Selle Italia SLC Gel Flow is what you are looking for? See for yourself...
::read the review of Selle Italia SLC Gel FLow::

From a brand new High end bicycling clothier we will be covering some of the great new gear for winter and spring riding from Domino. Their unique claim to fame comes from their process of bonding leather and lycra to create some of the most comfortable bike clothing around, and yet it offers real road rash protection. So check out the Domino Bib Knickers, and the Domino Bib tights for men, part of their Crash Series of comfortable protection. We also get the girls out in Domino Euro Series Long Sleeve Jersey, Wind Sheer Jacket, and Women's vest, part of their Euro Series. Speaking of crashing, Rudy Project is represented with their new Ayron Helmet and Pedros offers up their Folding Hex set to help put that crashed two wheeler back in to some semblance of riding shape.
::read the review of Domino's Crash Series Bib Knickers::
::read the review of Domino's Crash Series Bib Tights::
::read the review of Domino's Euro Series
Women's Long Sleeve Jersey::
::read the review of Domino's Euro Series
Women's Wind Sheer Jacket::
::read the review of Domino's Euro Series Women's Vest::
::read the review of Rudy Project's Ayron Helmet::
::read the review of Pedros Folding Hex Set::


More terrific base layers from Mountain Hardwear hit the streets on a couple of chilly days on the road (and trail). Featured are the Men's Hyper Dry Tights and Crew. Pearl Izumi did their part to keep us warm with their Amphib Booties too.
::read the review of Mountain Hardwear's Hyper Dry Tights::
::read the review of Mountain Hardwear's Hyper Dry Crew Top::
::read the review of Pearl Izumi's Amphib Booties::


The Gear Guide, reviews of the season's best gear

It's too cold for the road? Hit the trail! Trail lovers will add some spring to their step (or ride) with the Specialized Stumpjumper FSR Comp. Even the coldest days didn't disuade our dedicated review staff from taking the Stumpjumper out to give it a run for its money.
::read the review of the Specialized Stumpjumper FSR Comp::

Oh yeah on the extreme end of this list, you know those couple of items that don't really fit into the "everyday rider" we have a review of the Lightest mirror known to weight weenies, the M2 Racer Stealth Mirror, and a truly ridiculously cool (and light) set of M2 Racer Titanium Skewers.
::read the review of M2Racer's Titanium Skewers::
::read the review of M2Racer's Stealth Mirror::


Then there's the Windpipe... this clever little device dries the INSIDE of your hydration pack to eliminate all kinds of gross stuff from growing inside the bladder... Hmmmm, speaking of bladders, you think it could do a fast job of drying my chamois?
::read the review of The Windpipe::


The Gear Guide, reviews of the season's best gear

The Gear Guide, reviews of the season's best gear

Sweating and freezing, Pedal Pushers Online reviewers have been rolling around the streets in 20 degree weather (and the occasional nice day) and cranking away on their trainers, trying out new gear from the cycling world's best manufacturers. And oh yeah, Gary even spent time on his barco lounger reading a couple of books too! Where does the sacrifice stop I ask?

With the exception of perhaps a couple of items in this unbelievable assembly of gear, this stuff is for you, the regular cyclist. We are reviewing this based upon the viewpoint of the average to slightly intense recreational rider, not the extreme competitor. Does it work? Is it comfortable, does it help me enjoy my hobby? These are pretty much the criteria by which the stuff is judged.

Presented in the following reviews is some of the finest stuff we've come across and... a couple of... shall we call them unique ideas, as well.

The Gear Guide, reviews of the season's best gear

To pull you out of your winter hibernation let's start by following Neil and Sharon Anderson as they pedal around Canada in PARTNERS IN GRIME.
::read the review of PARTNERS in GRIME::

If you've got a great looking derierre from cycling, why not put it on a sharp new saddle? Maybe the Selle Italia SLC Gel Flow is what you are looking for? See for yourself...
::read the review of Selle Italia SLC Gel FLow::

From a brand new High end bicycling clothier we will be covering some of the great new gear for winter and spring riding from Domino. Their unique claim to fame comes from their process of bonding leather and lycra to create some of the most comfortable bike clothing around, and yet it offers real road rash protection. So check out the Domino Bib Knickers, and the Domino Bib tights for men, part of their Crash Series of comfortable protection. We also get the girls out in Domino Euro Series Long Sleeve Jersey, Wind Sheer Jacket, and Women's vest, part of their Euro Series. Speaking of crashing, Rudy Project is represented with their new Ayron Helmet and Pedros offers up their Folding Hex set to help put that crashed two wheeler back in to some semblance of riding shape.
::read the review of Domino's Crash Series Bib Knickers::
::read the review of Domino's Crash Series Bib Tights::
::read the review of Domino's Euro Series
Women's Long Sleeve Jersey::
::read the review of Domino's Euro Series
Women's Wind Sheer Jacket::
::read the review of Domino's Euro Series Women's Vest::
::read the review of Rudy Project's Ayron Helmet::
::read the review of Pedros Folding Hex Set::


More terrific base layers from Mountain Hardwear hit the streets on a couple of chilly days on the road (and trail). Featured are the Men's Hyper Dry Tights and Crew. Pearl Izumi did their part to keep us warm with their Amphib Booties too.
::read the review of Mountain Hardwear's Hyper Dry Tights::
::read the review of Mountain Hardwear's Hyper Dry Crew Top::
::read the review of Pearl Izumi's Amphib Booties::


The Gear Guide, reviews of the season's best gear

It's too cold for the road? Hit the trail! Trail lovers will add some spring to their step (or ride) with the Specialized Stumpjumper FSR Comp. Even the coldest days didn't disuade our dedicated review staff from taking the Stumpjumper out to give it a run for its money.
::read the review of the Specialized Stumpjumper FSR Comp::

Oh yeah on the extreme end of this list, you know those couple of items that don't really fit into the "everyday rider" we have a review of the Lightest mirror known to weight weenies, the M2 Racer Stealth Mirror, and a truly ridiculously cool (and light) set of M2 Racer Titanium Skewers.
::read the review of M2Racer's Titanium Skewers::
::read the review of M2Racer's Stealth Mirror::


Then there's the Windpipe... this clever little device dries the INSIDE of your hydration pack to eliminate all kinds of gross stuff from growing inside the bladder... Hmmmm, speaking of bladders, you think it could do a fast job of drying my chamois?
::read the review of The Windpipe::


The Gear Guide, reviews of the season's best gear

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