Having used and loved previous versions of the Cane Creek Double Barrel line of shocks, I was super stoked to test out the new DBInline, especially because I wasn’t happy with the stock tune on my Bronson. The factory-supplied shock wasn’t … Continue reading
Yo, you got a light? It’s that time of year again! In just a few short weeks it will be too dark for most people to ride after work. Instead of sitting on the couch packing on the pounds, consider … Continue reading
Every day of the week we feature an excellent user-submitted mountain bike photo as our Photo of the Day. Just in case you missed one or two from the past week, here are the seven most recent PODs that we’ve published. … Continue reading
This morning, I rose from my sleeping pallet, cast aside my gold filigreed sleeping rifles, and called for my manservant Standish. I donned my silken riding costume and bade Standish to complete my dress with my finest scimitars. For breakfast, … Continue reading
With only 9.6 miles of riding in store for day four, we had a still-early but rather-leisurely morning, with a chill roll out directly from the sponsor village in downtown Crested Butte. We began the day by pedaling up Kebler Pass … Continue reading
Having kids can be both a pain and pleasure (look at that devilish smile)… it really depends on the day. Lately, my kid has been stepping up his mountain biking game, with an exciting new bike and an increase in … Continue reading
I love watching trail dogs in action! Check out Poppy as she clings doggedly to Casey’s rear wheel, out on the singletrack.
The trails in and around Richmond, Virginia were already fantastic, but they’re getting even better thanks to funding dedicated to turning Richmond into a bonafide IMBA ride center. Check out this awesome video of the trails in Pocahontas State Park.
As my alarm buzzed yet again at 5:15 in the morning, I seriously considered turning it off and just skipping the race. And if I didn’t have to write these blogs about my experiences, I might have done just that. … Continue reading
NiteRider has been building high-quality lights for 25 years, and boasts a plethora of firsts, including “developing the first digitally controlled bike lights, incorporating HID lights into a bike light, first to use USB recharging and the first to produce … Continue reading
While no, this technically isn’t mountain biking, you need to watch as these small-wheeled fiends grab some huge air and land unbelievably fluid tricks at the Red Bull Dreamline in North Carolina. This vid is definitely worth a watch!
My alarm buzzed loudly on the plastic side table, and I bolted upright out of my sleeping bag. “What’s going on?” I thought. “Is someone calling me? Is there some kind of emergency?” It didn’t seem like I’d been asleep … Continue reading