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For racer Vicki Barclay, knowing when you've prepared enough for a stage race like the Trans-Sylvania Epic is difficult to guage, and sometimes counter-productive.
We can't tell you how to win the race or even do well, but Michael Wissell shares some insight on what will make your week at the Trans-Sylvania Epic a whole lot more enjoyable.
Our latest issue is classic Dirt Rag, complete with an illustrated cover, the return of the Beer Me! column, and more. Check out what's inside.
Number-nerding and numbness in the mountains: A cautionary tale.
From beginners to veterans, riders of all types gather in central Pennsylvania to dust off the winter cobwebs, sharpen fundamentals and learn new skills under the watch of professional instructors.
I know everyone has been talking about what it means for their season (and for MTB/CX in general, and due to the nature of the Trans-Sylvania Epic, I thought I would share some of my feelings on the subject.
In the lead up to the Trans-Sylvania Epic, Stephan Kincaid finds a powerful motivator that reminds how lucky he is to ride his bike.
Back this year are many competitive events like the short track, pump track, and dirt jump competitions, as well as the skills clinics, expo area, kids events, and very important beer garden.
The reality is the very races USAC wants riders to avoid usually have better insurance, better timing systems, more staff personnel, way more participants and generous prize money.
With the snow gone, and the race trails clear, it’s really time to start stepping it up a gear in preparation for May.
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