The normally peaceful Port town of Lyttelton, New Zealand changes to a place of high speed chaos when mountain bikers invade the streets once a year for the Lyttelton Urban Downhill. Racers push their limits down the 1.3km course over … Continue reading
The world is full of great downhill MTB tracks but Norway’s Hafjell Bike Park might just have the very best, Behold, the Roller Coaster. It’s long, steep, super curvy and features big jumps (lots of them) and fabulous terrain. Widely … Continue reading
The all-new V10 Carbon downhill bike from Santa Cruz was just released this week; feast your eyes on its beauty! 27.5″ wheels have continued to take the world cup downhill circuit by storm, and the new V10 is the … Continue reading
POC is quickly becoming a leader for mountain biking-specific protective equipment. POC prides themselves in equipment that is not only safe, but comfortable for the rider as well. The Joint VPD 2.0 DH long knee pads are no exception. Background … Continue reading
DirtTV: Beyond the Bike Ep7 | Casey Brown a Mountain Biking video by dirt “For many young riders their dreams of racing dissolve as ‘real’ jobs are pushed their way and a life of the 9-5 grind, 2.4 children and … Continue reading
Namibia, Africa. Not your typical riding destination in the world. In an ongoing quest to unearth and explore new terrain, Moment Pictures together with Kyle Jameson, continue to scour our small planet, travelling across the length and breadth of the … Continue reading
A Day in the Desert: Diamondback Meets Tonka from Diamondback Bicycles on Vimeo. This is hands-down the best way to shuttle your mountain bike… ever! Watch the video here. PS I almost got run over by a dune buggy once … 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
Remy Metallier lives it up on the last day of the 2014 season at the Whistler Bike Park, absolutely killing it in this edit.
Click here to read about day 4. 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 … Continue reading
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.