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This week we’ll bring you to the epic Horst Mountain Bike Trail in The Netherlands, next stop will be on top of Mount Mil in Iran. From there we’ll explore some mountains in Belgium – Is this the mountain week? Last but not least we are going to ride on the streets of Minnesota. Keep the pedals spinning fellow cyclist!

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MTB: Come and discover the trails with me – Written by @guchtere

Let’s show @guchtere some love on this amazing trail in The Netherlands. You’ll be amazed by the epic editing on his video at Horst MTB trail !

Last weekend I’ve been mountain-biking at my favorite single-track in the Netherlands. The track is in the area of a small village called Horst.

– The Honourable Mentions –

Diaries of an addict #4 – MTBs belong to the mountains not the roads – part 4 – Written by @sina-adventure

Finally @sina-adventure takes us to the very top of Mount Mil in Iran. This tough cyclist went up more than 3.000 meters to gift us with the best view from top of the world. You’ll love his photos and the suffering on that journey.

After resting for a few minutes, i took my bike and and climbed the little rock that was the peak of the mountain. It was the hardest part, i had my bike in one hand and grabbing the rock with the other one, but fortunately it wasn’t tall, just more than a meter.

[Fit August] #24 – Cycling / Kolarstwo [29.08.2018] [EN/PL] – Written by @browery

Here we have another climber, @browery left his road bike behind to hop on the mountain bike. His plan was plain and simple, go up! Check out his blog to follow his cycling routines on beautiful landscapes.

Last week, I declared that I would ride a mountain bikhe at least once a week, so it was necessary today to convert declarations into deeds.

Ulog No. 18 “City Turkey and Burritos by Bike” – Written by @mininthecity

@mininthecity brings us on a ride in Minessota, where she spotted a curious Turkey checking his look on a mirror. She finishes her post making us hungry and craving for those delicious meals.

Gobble Gobble! Riding along a busy one-way street in the bike lane I noticed this turkey trotting along the side of the road. It’s not rare for people to see turkeys in Minneapolis, yet I personally see them only once or twice a year. When I shared with a local bike group some of the viewers were more intrigued by the unusual vehicle in the photo than they were by the turkey.


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