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Freehub Issue 12.2

Freehub Issue 12.2

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As we enter a bright new riding season, Freehub celebrates a return to the trails with our summer edition—an artistic salute to mountain biking’s outdoor-loving lifestyle. This hefty book revolves around the importance of community and is brimming with stories of resilience and generosity. These virtues can be manifested at the individual level, such as legendary downhill racer Shaums March reinventing himself as an influential coach or freerider James Doerfling channeling his ability to find imaginative lines into building trails alongside First Nations youth in British Columbia. Such acts of service are also sweeping across North America on a community level, with countless volunteers dedicating their time to add hundreds of miles of new singletrack to cities like Chattanooga, Tennessee, and La Crosse, Wisconsin. Welcome to Issue 12.2, a hope-filled tribute to mountain biking’s unsung heroes.

Who We Are | The Power of Community
Masthead | Who Did It?
Contributors | Amazing People Behind This Issue
Care for Your Trails | It Takes a Village
Polo Payback | A Tale of Speed, Agility and Desperation
The Perfect Line | James Doerfling Finds His New Path
The Long Walk | John Vogl's Insular Approach to Illustration

Bucolic Bliss | The Pastoral Charm of Pomerelle, Idaho
A Humble Dream | Shaums March Moves Forward by Giving Back
On the Lookout | Chattanooga's Quest to Become a World-Class Riding Destination
Reflections of Community | The Weightless Splendor of the World
Anything but Driftless | Planning with Purpose in La Crosse, Wisconsin

Photo: Dylan Sherrard
Riders: Matty Miles


Paper made from recycled material (FSC® C013252)

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