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I had the opportunity to ride the redesigned Ghost 2016 SL AMR on a multi-day trip to BC’s Southern Chilcotin Mountains. The design changes make it a very different bike from the original AMR. After riding it for a few days, I’d say it’s the most versatile Ghost mountain bike yet. – Review by MEC Staffer Stephen MatthewsRead more…
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We can’t deny there is something to those holiday gifts you see every year. Candles, blankets or a hot-ticket book (“The Big Bad Book of Bill Murray”, we’re looking at you) are always great options, but this year, we’re looking to give our loved ones an unforgettable experience instead.
It can be tricky to choose your kit for a multi-day mountain bike ride. On the one hand, you need appropriate protection from the elements. But on the other hand, you need gear that’s nimble and mobile or the ride won’t be any fun. Here’s the kit I put together for my week-long backcountry ride in Iceland. Each piece individually served a purpose, and when combined, they became an incredibly functional and dynamic system. – Post by Stephen Matthews, MEC Ambassador
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I had the chance to take Ghost Bikes’ latest all-mountain machine, the Riot LT 8 LC, out for a test ride. It has some distinct differences from the Riot 7 LC I rode in 2014, and here are my thoughts on the changes that created the new LT series. – Review by MEC Ambassador Stephen Matthews
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First light. First tracks. It’s a manta for those hungry enough to break trail to reachuntouched backcountry snow. But with this very specialized love comes the need for a specialized clothing system,one thattakes into account the terrain, the uphill push ofsetting the skin track in snow up to your knees and therewardsofskiing long runs in pure, alpine powder.