Enter-Bike.com wants to create a new event format, dubbed “enduro trials.” Essentially, their new format consists of racing down the mountain as fast as possible, then completing a trials course at the end of it. “Isn’t that a little contrived?” … Continue reading
I recently purchased a Motobecane Boris X9 fat bike. Of course, I immediately started to customize it! I was very unfamiliar with how, or if I could, go tubeless with my Vee Mission 26×4.0 tires on my Weinmann HL-80 rims. … Continue reading
I’ve often wondered to myself, “Why doesn’t anyone go shred the Rampage lines during the other 51 weeks of the year?” Apparently Ethan Nell wondered the same thing, so he decided to head out and shred Rampage on his own. … Continue reading
THE KOOTENAYS x PROVEN HERE from Yeti Cycles on Vimeo. The Yeti SB6c is one hell of a machine, and Jared Graves, the reigning Enduro World Series champion, proves its mettle once more in the Kootenay Mountains of British Columbia.
Click here to check out part 2: Mid-Range Models. Last updated by Greg Heil on 10/23/14. If you’re not satisfied with what everyone else is riding, or if you routinely spend more on your bikes than on your cars, then … Continue reading
Out of the Box As I mentioned in my review of the Triple Eight Compass helmet, the Invader Full Faced helmet came in a neat and tidy package–not unlike unwrapping an iPhone for the first time. My first thought was, … Continue reading
While epic downhill runs at ski resorts and bike parks are seemingly a dime a dozen, local tracks are much harder to build and maintain without the bottomless funds of a massive corporation. But that doesn’t mean it can’t be … Continue reading
Click here to read part 1: Budget Models. Last updated by Greg Heil on 10/22/14. If you’ve already demoed a fat bike and know for certain that you want one, the mid range ($1,001 – $3,000) offers some excellent builds … Continue reading
Remy Metallier lives it up on the last day of the 2014 season at the Whistler Bike Park, absolutely killing it in this edit.
Last updated by Greg Heil on 10/22/14. Fat biking has quickly become an integral part of the mountain bike world, with many models selling out left and right as mountain bikers realize all of the many reasons they need to … Continue reading
As I drove down to Crested Butte and grabbed breakfast at the gas station on the way to the resort, I was excited for day 5, the final day of the Crested Butte Ultra Enduro, to begin. But if I’m … Continue reading
Hydrophobic–that’s me! Many years ago, when I chose to serve, there’s a reason I walked into the Air Force recruiter office and not the Navy recruiter. Fact is, I don’t like any body of water deeper than I am tall. … Continue reading