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Paris to Ancaster: MTB vs Cyclocross

Paris to Ancaster: MTB vs Cyclocross
Since the inception of the point to point spring race/ride "Paris to Ancaster", there has been a huge growth in particpation for the event. Today there are two starting points to chose depending on how competitive or fit you are, which has opened the opportunity for alot of people with less hours on the bike to still enjoy the race and be as competitive as they'd like. The common discussion within all levels of riders is "what's the best bike to ride?". The answer depends on your priorities and ...
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MTB Suspension: Kona Mountain Bikes

MTB Suspension: Kona Mountain Bikes
Suspension Systems for Mountain Bikes continue to evolve. Here's a brief introduction from Kona on the latest from their Bicycle Company. "The design philosophy behind Kona Independent Suspension comes to life in a new edit by the Kona Communications department. Launched in 2014, Kona Independent Suspension encompasses three different design configurations linked one overarching purpose--to make dual suspension mountain bikes that best balance ride application with ride performance. Watch the vi...
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Why We Value the Kelso Mountain Bike Race Series

Why We Value the Kelso Mountain Bike Race Series
How they did it, I do not know but Paul is behind the camera thanks to Halton Parks.  In the video, you'll see and hear Paul explain why Bicycle Works is committed to participating in the Kelso Mountain Bike Race Series.  I think you'll find it informative, inspiring and another reason to come out on Tuesday nights if you haven't yet done so. Can you spot yourself in the video?

Why Paul likes the Kona Hei Hei

Why Paul likes the Kona Hei Hei
One of the best all-round bikes, 29er or not, for the trails of southern Ontario. Paul's been riding Kona and Specialized for 2 decades, and this is one of his favorites! From Kona's website: "Known for its strong and smooth riding characteristics, the bike features a component package that's race-ready, but not overpriced, with 100mm of perfectly tuned suspension that's quick, efficient and surprisingly plush. With a new ultra stiff 142x12 rear axle, this bike is ready to rule." Highlights: 3 T...
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5 Reasons to Buy a Specialized Camber 29er

5 Reasons to Buy a Specialized Camber 29er
In 1987, I purchased my first "mountain bike".  My hardtail consisted of flat handlebars, wide, knobby tires, and a triple crank.  I used that bike for all my riding needs after selling my 1986 road bike. My mountain bike provided lots of memories, good and bad including several trips over the handlebars (some of which I don't even remember), as well as tackling sections of the Waterdown Trail system with my two boys.  With this bike, I learned the following: How to scream quietly...
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