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
Remy Metallier lives it up on the last day of the 2014 season at the Whistler Bike Park, absolutely killing it in this edit.
keep the dream alive from freitasdh on Vimeo. This short-but-rad edit comes to you from Whistler, BC. To read more about Lucas’s sponsorship aspirations, click on over to his Vimeo page.
I love when companies produce new components that weigh less and yet perform better than the previous renditions. For a long time the Fox 40 was on the heavy end of the downhill fork spectrum. But with the development of … Continue reading
Who says maximum protection has to cost an arm and a leg? The folks at Bell have not only been making excellent-quality helmets, but they’ve taken all that great knowledge and brought it down to a price point that many can … Continue reading
Marzocchi has entered into the 2014 suspension wars in a big way with an all-new dual-crown downhill fork: the 380 C2R2 Titanium. Specs The biggest deal about the new 380 is the at least 200 grams of weight reduction compared to last … Continue reading
It would be hard to imagine a race more radically different from Big Mountain Enduro’s 2nd stop in Durango than BME’s 3rd stop in Keystone. Looking at the Keystone course map, gone were the epic uphill pedal transitions, replaced with … Continue reading
We see World Cup racers for 3-5 minutes less than a dozen times a year going at full tilt, race pace. That leaves not just hours and minutes but days and months in between those concentrations of effort. The first … Continue reading
Niner is breaking down barriers and defying conventions with their new WFO 9, as I’m sure you can tell just from my tech-focused On Review article. However, I’m sure what you’re really wondering is: “how does it actually ride, out … Continue reading
Aaron Chase, Brian Lopes and Chris Van Dine get lost in a maze of colorful urban streets. This is an ode to Valparaiso, Chile. Watch the video here:
Let’s say you’re a mountain biker who enjoys many different types of mountain biking. You might ride downhill, but want to put the power down on the flats. You ride aggressively on your Enduro bike, but you can’t commit to … Continue reading
I just can’t get enough of these urban downhill races! While this one doesn’t seem as extreme as some of the races in South America, it’s still a pretty fun vid. Watch the video here: