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In this issue

We all come to mountain biking from different backgrounds. For some, it’s
handed down—a parent’s passion igniting a love of trails on two wheels in
the next generation. For others, it’s a happy accident. You date someone who
introduces you to the sport, and next thing you know your mountain bike has
outlived the relationship. Or, if you’re Indiana Pacers legend Reggie Miller,
the base player from Rage Against the Machine invites you to join him and
legendary surfer Laird Hamilton on a ride, as a way to welcome you to the
Malibu community. Then, after you retire from the NBA, you start chasing XC
and gravel podiums.

However you were introduced, Miller included, it’s likely the pandemic
amplified your time on two wheels. And, while the pace of life has since
picked back up, there’s no quieting the growing love of the sport. As we
embrace winter, whether on skis, fat tires or sunny singletrack, we’ve put an
issue together that speaks to the unexpected and exciting people and places
who are all in on bikes.

We feature, of course, Miller, the NBA Hall of Famer who’s using his platform
to grow and diversify the sport. Then there are the 130 acres in the heart of
New York City that are home to Highbridge Bike Park; the Bay Area builder
blending their love of bikes, metal and working with their hands to create
authentic, purposeful frames; the partnership between two sister cities—one
in Japan, the other in Switzerland—to develop Niseko’s first bike park; and
the infamous Tour de France winner-turned-weed dispensary entrepreneur
Floyd Landis, who has rediscovered his love of cycling through mountain
biking. Plus, we dive into electronically controlled suspension and review the
Kona Process 134 DL 29, Cannondale Habit Carbon 1 and Liv Intrigue LT Pro
Advanced 0.

It's all in No. 79. Meet The Winter Issue.

Breaking The Mold

With his standout upstart brand Corvid Cycles, Chad Corbin finds himself on a new and rewarding path

Breaking The Mold

6 mins

Parents, You Want Your Kids At This Party

Crested Butte Devo is upholding the MTB heritage of the Rocky Mountain town by teaching kids how to be respectful and responsible, all while having fun on bikes.

Parents, You Want Your Kids At This Party

8 mins

Evil Offering

Take one look at this bike and you can surmise its intentions.

Evil Offering

4 mins

To Be Or Not To Be

When backcountry routes like British Columbia’s Purcell Mountain Traverse are so raw, inviting and fulfilling, maybe it’s best to just stay away.

To Be Or Not To Be

10+ mins

La Dolce Vita

Living the sweet life in Italy’s Aosta Valley

La Dolce Vita

3 mins

Kona Process 153 CR/DL 27.5

“Why does this cockpit feel smaller?” Holly, my coworker, asked when she hopped on the Kona Process 153 CR/DL to take it for a spin. I’d had the same experience when I first took a seat on this bike, and it’s a quality I grew to appreciate during my time testing it.

Kona Process 153 CR/DL 27.5

4 mins

A New High

Mountain Biking Helps Endurance Racer Reclaim Life After Drug Abuse.

A New High

10+ mins

No Trail Elves Here Sierra Nevada Group Makes The Magic

When he was 17, Greg Williams took a life-changing bike ride into the northern Sierra Nevada.

No Trail Elves Here Sierra Nevada Group Makes The Magic

3 mins

Of Bikes And Beer With Dan Loftus

Fat Bikes and Christmas Ales.

Of Bikes And Beer With Dan Loftus

2 mins

All In This Together

Liv ambassador Katie Holden uses the bike as a platform to break down cultural barriers.

All In This Together

9 mins

11 Questions With the Cyclist's Menu

The Cyclist’s Menu is an expression of two people’s passions.

11 Questions With the Cyclist's Menu

7 mins

Finding His Religion

After 40 years ,Making Bikes is right Where Frank the welder wants to be.

Finding His Religion

10+ mins

Read all stories from Mountain Flyer

Mountain Flyer Magazine Description:

PublisherHeight of Land Publications

CategoryLifestyle

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyQuarterly

Embark on a journey into the world of mountain biking with Mountain Flyer Magazine. We're thrilled to introduce you to this publication, your ultimate source for all things related to mountain biking adventures, gear reviews, and the vibrant culture of mountain biking.

Mountain Flyer Magazine, published by Height of Land Publications, is not just a magazine; it's your passport to the thrilling world of mountain biking.

As you explore the pages of Mountain Flyer Magazine, you'll find a world of content that caters to mountain biking enthusiasts and adventure seekers:

* Epic Ride Features: Discover stunning features on epic mountain biking rides, from scenic trails to challenging terrains.

* Gear Reviews: Stay informed about the latest mountain biking gear, equipment reviews, and expert recommendations.

* Adventure Stories: Immerse yourself in inspiring stories of mountain biking adventures, exploring unique landscapes and conquering trails.

* Destination Guides: Plan your next mountain biking getaway with destination guides, featuring the best trails and biking communities.

* Event Coverage: Get a front-row seat to major mountain biking events, races, and festivals happening around the world.


Mountain Flyer Magazine is your essential companion for exploring the thrill of mountain biking adventures, staying updated on gear innovations, and connecting with the vibrant mountain biking community. Subscribe now and let the adventure begin.

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