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What’s going on in the mountain bike world? The Pinkbike Digest showcases the top dirt articles from our mountain bike sister-site, Pinkbike.com. You’ll get coverage from racing, tech, and some fun storytelling along the way.



What’s in a World Cup mechanic’s tool box?
By: Pinkbike Originals

Take a tour of six pro mountain bike mechanic tool boxes. Custom tools, secret compartments, pro tips, and more!

Watch the video here.



Must watch: Fabio Wibmer beats lockdown boredom in ‘Home Office’
By: rasoulution

What’s better than being locked in the house with nothing to do and loads of free time? Being locked in the house and shooting a sick trials bike edit! That’s what the last four weeks have been like in Fabio Wibmer’s household in Innsbruck, Austria. In Home Office, the Austrian bike and YouTube star takes us around his house in true Wibmer fashion – sprinkled with a serious dose of creativity.

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The 2020 Last Tarvo claims to be the lightest enduro frame ever
By: Dan Roberts

Years ago, Last was gracing the pages of Dirt Magazine with superlative things being written about the performance of the company’s Herb bike. More recently, the brand saw a bit of a re-birth with its Fastforward steel hardtail. Many members of the industry grabbed one of these beautiful frames — myself among them.

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First look: Shimano’s new Deore 12-speed group & other 2021 updates
By: Dan Roberts

Almost a year ago, Shimano came out swinging with the launch of the XT and SLX 12-speed groupsets, music to the ears of Shimano fans and people looking for an alternative to SRAM’s 12-speed options.

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The FCKW Frameworks Reclaimer was designed and built completely by hand
By: James Smurthwaite

What have you done in quarantine? Watched a lot of trash TV? Eaten too many snacks? Maybe given some DIY a go? Benni Amend has gone one better than most and built himself an entire bike.

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