Trek is hosting Pride Ride events across the nation on Sunday, June 27 and donating $75,000 to multiple LGBTQIA+ organizations.
Three years ago, the SDMBA split from IMBA. Now, the two organizations have entered into a new affiliate relationship.
Mixed-wheel bikes are becoming commonplace, brands seem to be producing more aluminum frames, and there are some amazing trails popping up in places that haven’t ever been thought of as mountain bike destinations.
Rather than sell via the world’s most popular online retailer, Pacific Northwest Components is pulling their mountain bike products from Amazon and putting them in local bike shops.
The Olympics are kicking off in Tokyo in just over a month and USA Cycling just announced the names of the four mountain bike athletes selected to represent the US.
Madisonville, Kentucky is one of the latest towns turning to mountain bike trails to diversify its economy. James Sergeant is spearheading the effort to build trails in a place where outdoor recreation has long been an afterthought.
Evil has a new version of their playful, long-legged Insurgent enduro mountain bike, and it’s available with mixed wheels or as a dedicated 27.5″ bike.
Contribute to the Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship “5 Bucks a Foot” fundraiser for a chance to win a one-of-a-kind Santa Cruz Hightower.
The Devinci Kobain promises to be a capable and affordable hardtail trail bike. We put it to the test.
Rapha has been teasing their mountain bike line for quite some time now, and it’s now available for purchase.
Colorado Springs quietly unannounced their decision to allow class 1 e-bikes on natural trails via their website recently.