1. Issue 42 of Spoke features a full review of the 2011 Lapierre Zesty 314. Right here you can check out the Lapierre Zesty 314 in action being ridden by Spoke reviewer and Training Wheels columnist, Rod Bardsley in Wellington, NZ. Read the full review in issue 42. spokemagazine.com

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  2. Ross Schnell gives us a quick tour of his 6.8L V10 Ford Sportsmobile

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  3. Issue 41 of Spoke features a full review of the 2010 Yeti 575. Right here you can check out the Yeti 575 in action being ridden by Spoke reviewer Leif Roy in Wellington, NZ. You can purchase issue 41 from spokemagazine.com

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  4. This is the trailer for an upcoming 4 part online documentary about Pure Black Racing, A professional road cycling team from New Zealand.
    Get an insiders look at the inner workings of a professional road cycling team at one of their biggest races in New Zealand.
    Pure Black Racing are about to take on the international road cycling circuit, with an eye on the prize being the first New Zealand cycling team to enter the Tour De France.
    Shot, Produced, and Directed by Haimona Ngata

    Music
    Mogwai - "Sine Wave"
    Rock Action
    myspace.com/mogwai

    Episode 1 coming soon...

    pureblackracing.com

    haimonangata.com

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  5. We don't endorse this. Blueshark are just good guys.

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Spoke Magazine

Spoke was created in 2001 by Caleb Smith and Emma Gee as a response to the vast amount of generic mountain bike magazines available at the time. Spoke strives to bring a fresh and innovative look at mountain biking through original content, bold design


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Spoke was created in 2001 by Caleb Smith and Emma Gee as a response to the vast amount of generic mountain bike magazines available at the time. Spoke strives to bring a fresh and innovative look at mountain biking through original content, bold design and high quality production values. It provides an unbiased look at the lives and activities of mountain bikers in Aotearoa, consistently pushing the boundaries of mountain bike photography and graphic design. Spoke is published five times a year: February, April, June, September and December, and is available throughout New Zealand and online at firstfloor.co.nz

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