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Racing the RIP 9 RDO in Wales
Racing the RIP 9 RDO in Wales
  By: Damian Groves A Valley-iant Start It’s been a long grueling offseason here in the UK, one to really test your minerals on the trails!...
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An Ethiopian Bikepacking Adventure
An Ethiopian Bikepacking Adventure
Words by: Eric Melson | Photos by: Campbell Diebolt The stars aligned. It felt like the universe had conspired to make our two-week bikepacking trip...
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Do’s and Don’ts of Bikepacking in Ireland
Do’s and Don’ts of Bikepacking in Ireland
Words and images by Adam Concannon The darker and shorter days of fall have the tendency to create a bit of restlessness in me. Which...
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Designing a New Bike Colorway
Designing a New Bike Colorway
Curious about what it takes to choose new colors for a bike?  We sat down with our Senior Graphic Designer, Nate Adams, to discuss how...
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Easier Cable Routing and Fresh New Colors for Spring
Easier Cable Routing and Fresh New Colors for Spring
At Niner, we work to make the lives of riders a little bit easier and a little more colorful. We’ve updated our trail bikes, the...
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Niner Acquired by UWHK Ltd.
Niner Acquired by UWHK Ltd.
The ink has dried and Niner has been officially acquired by UWHK Ltd. The acquisition was approved last week and the purchase closed Friday afternoon. We...
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End of the Line: Blackburn Ranger rides the Creeper, arrives at the Atlantic

On April 22, Ivan Kilroe left the Port of Astoria in Oregon on his TransAmerica ride. The final destination? Yorktown, Virginia where he arrived a little less than five months after he first started turning the cranks eastward. Here’s the final leg of his journey in his words and pictures. …

Ride. Together.

Riding alone serves its purpose. But riding together makes for more fun, shared memories and time to get away from it all, together. So grab a friend, a family member, a partner and go ride. High up in the mountains, down by the river, on your local trails. It doesn’t …