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Freehub Issue 14.2

Freehub Issue 14.2

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The Community Issue

Since its inception 14 years ago, Freehub has been a magazine that revolves around community—both immediate and extended. Though every issue honors common threads that bind our ever-growing mountain bike community, this edition is dedicated to stories of cooperation, inclusion, and the shared passion for singletrack that unites our increasingly global culture. Our cover story chronicles the homegrown riding scene of Oaxaca, Mexico, where a devoted group of trailbuilders and guides have transformed ancient footpaths linking villages in the Sierra Madre de Oaxaca range into formidable networks that now attract riders from all over the world. We explore how the organizers of Roam Fest have set a new paradigm for radical acceptance in mountain biking with multi-day gatherings focused on inclusion and trust in an environment free from rivalry and posturing. These and many other stories help reveal what community truly means, and why the cohesiveness of mountain bike culture makes it unlike any other. Once you read through the pages of Issue 14.2, we’re sure you’ll agree.

Alone Ranger | The Fear, Anxiety and Revelation of Riding With Others
The Tallest Order | Crankzilla's Defining Role in the Evolution of Enduro Racing
Who We Are | Community Continuum
Masthead | Who Did It?
Contributors | Amazing People Behind This Issue
The Hail Mary | A Football Dad's Wonky Wisdom
End of the Roll | Lake Superior Dock Jump

When in Roam | A Shredfest Among Girlfriends Has Become One of Mountain Biking's Most Welcoming Spaces
Rogue Wave | A Confluence of Characters Revitalize Oregon's Wild Southern Coast
Los Senderos de Oaxaca | Southern Mexico's Soul-Filled Singletrack Ascendancy
Vert to Dirt | A Floridian's Evolution From Influential Skater to Devoted Mountain Biker
A Midsummer Bike Dream | Fat Tires Flourish in a Swedish Mountain Town

ISSUE 14.2 Cover
Photo: Riley Seebeck
Riders: Luis "Huicho" Aguilar and Javier Salazar
Illustrator: Justin Santora


Paper made from recycled material (FSC® C013252)

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