Issue 37 Mid-Season For Free

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Rode lots of single track like this in Park City during PressCamp

We were just at PressCamp, and to best share the event, the latest issue of our magazine is free with no subscription required. Read about the brands we met, and the rides, lots of photos too.

The articles from issue 37 Mid-Season are available

The regular price is $3.99 per issue or $15.99 annually. Ad-free and published monthly, subscription revenues directly support the authors, photographers, and editors who contribute to Bike Hugger.



Iron Horse Trail: Pedal Towards the Light

TUNNEL

You totally wanna ride through this like we did. It’s the second tunnel heading east after Hyak on the Iron Horse Trail.

Also, a perfect ride on a holiday weekend. Hope you’re getting out for some miles too.



Issue 37 Mid-Season

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Issue 37 just dropped on iTunes and the Web

Mid-season. When you are doing your best riding, and the industry announces new products to lure you into fall and next spring. We were just at PressCamp, and sharing what we saw and rode there.

And, to best share what we saw at PressCamp, we’ve flipped a switch and made it free.

No subscription or ads, just read about the brands we met, and the rides…. After the holiday weekend, we’ll have much more to share with you.



Shimano Dura-Ace R9100


The worst-kept secret in the bike business, as it usually is, the new DA has now been released on the eve of the Tour. GCN goes behind the scenes. TL;DR: a power meter, and Dura Ace level hydraulic disc brake.



The Loop of Doom


I don’t really know what I just watched. A guy cheats death and we’re supposed to cheer and his helmet saved him? Considering a RedBull athlete didn’t clear the epic last year, this just seems in horribly bad taste from some industry bros? You can tell me if this is epic, awesome stoke or what. Here’s the backstory:

On Saturday March 19th, Matt Macduff sustained a terrible fall attempting to make his way around the Loop Of Doom. After over 3 year of research, determination and hard work, Matt managed to find everything he needed to make his project happen.

Built in a month at the Garden Route Trail Park in South Africa, the gigantic structure rises up to 40 ft. in the sky. The crash left him with 10 fractures in his right wrist and 3 fractures in his right ankle. The story behind his stunt is as impactful as the structure itself. A real story of determination. After spending a week in a South African hospital, Matt is now home in Ontario, working on his rehabilitation. Just as he started to walk again, we catched up with him to get his version of this incredible story.

In previous posts about the Loop of Doom, there was a lot of interrogations from the readers so we did our best to cover all the aspects of the project. Keep on reading to take a journey through the mind of a young man determined to leave an impact on the sport he loves.

Read the rest of the death-cheating story here, and note this year many we’ve lost too many.



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