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Top Three Rides: Angel Fire, New Mexico

Angel Fire is a TINY little town in northern New Mexico that's not (yet) on the average mountain biker's radar, but it very well should be.  Sitting in a huge valley at over 8,000 feet in elevation, the area offers some amazing singletrack riding from...

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Step Up Your Photography Game: Part II

If you've been following Chasing Epic since we started in late 2015, you know that photography is a part of every trip- and it's a love of ours that goes beyond our trips.  Good mountain bike photography can bring the viewer into the image and...

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One Good Ride Videos: Crested Butte

If you're looking for some quick-hit stoke to get you pumped about riding the amazing trails in Crested Butte, our friends over at MTB Home have been producing some amazing content lately.  Their series, "One Good Ride", focuses on beautiful footage and sweet riding, and...

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Product Review: PNW Components Bachelor Dropper Post

If you're familiar with Chasing Epic and the companies we work with, you know that we like partnering with smaller, home-grown bike companies looking to grow with us.  Last winter we connected with Aaron Kerson, the owner and founder of PNW Components, and had some...

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Video Essay: Chasing Epic in St. George

We recently hosted Brian Kennedy (of BKXC YouTube fame) and his fans on a 4-day trip in St. George, to explore all the area had to offer and to show those guys a rippin' good time.  We wouldn't expect anything else from Brian than to...

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Product Review: e*Thirteen TRS Tires

I recently finished up my new build;  I decided to go out of my comfort zone a little and build a mid/short travel 29er.  One of my biggest complaints about all the 29ers I have ridden is the excessive flex from the wheels and tires. ...

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Photo Essay: Four Days Around St. George, UT

St. George is one of our main spring (and fall) destinations, and it's one of the most popular for a reason:  hundreds of miles of amazing trails sit in a valley that's accessible by car within a 45-minute drive, and it has some of the...

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Guest Blog: Why Group Rides Don’t Suck

Meet Mark; he's the quintessential mountain biker.  Small frame. Endurance of a four year old. Eats right. Is socially awkward. And, of course, is one hell of a talented mountain biker.   12 years ago, Mark was one of the individuals that pushed me into the sport....

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Photo Essay: Four Days in Moab

We recently spent four amazing days with a large private group in Moab, Utah.  If you've ever wondered what a Chasing Epic trip is truly like, we always try to capture the moments on camera to share: both with our customers, and with our potential...

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Guest Blog: Getting the Most Out of Your Trip, Part II

Did you miss the first part of our guest blog article, "Getting the Most Out of Your Trip"?  No problem, check it out HERE.   Packing   I am a "bit" intense when it comes to packing. My wife laughs at me when I am packed one to two...

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Guest Blog: Getting the Most Out of Your Trip, Part I

Some of you may recognize some of this information from my Facebook review last month. A few of my friends have also asked questions about my trip planning and I thought that maybe others would benefit from the answers as well. I had the opportunity to take...

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What is an Epic Ride?

The term "epic" gets tossed around in mountain bike-speak often; heck, we like the word so much we used it in the name of our company.  Most folks use the term interchangeably with "awesome", to describe anything that was really cool and fun to experience....