Photo of the Day: Ale Di Lullo |Jerome Clementz in Finale Ligure, Italy.
Photo of the Day: Mattias Fredriksson |Linden Feniak and Riley McIntosh riding an epic singletrack from the top of Idaho Peak, close to New Denver, British Columbia.
Photo of the Day: John Gibson |Jeff Harris and his dog, Mesa, in Sedona, AZ.
With the new Magura Vyron eLECT dropper post, your bike can be one step closer to the machine you’re staring at right now.
Jerome Clementz will join an already impressive lineup of athletes in the HT family, and he’ll be riding the company’s new T1 trail/enduro pedal.
Fun fact: only Syndicate riders and Aaron Gwin won World Cup races this year.
Photo of the Day: Bruno Long |Mason Mashon in Squamish, BC.
Photographer Reuben Krabbe and writer Dylan Sherrard reflect on an Israeli singletrack tour that took them from the top to the bottom of the small, complex country.
Photo of the Day: Sterling Lorence |Kirt Voreis in Bend, Oregon.
Photo of the Day: Paris Gore | Luca Shaw somewhere in North Carolina.
The UCI World Cup Downhill season finished off in spectacular fashion this morning on the steep and raw terrain of Val di Sole in Northern Italy.
Photo of the Day: Margus Riga | Geoff Gulevich, Thomas Vanderham, Brett Tippie, and Andreas Hestler in Victoria, BC.
The Val di Sole track is exactly what racers have been asking for: raw, steep, technical and fast. With the overall title still on the line, there’s no more fitting track to host the finale of this year’s World Cup DH series. Check out this footage to see who was looking quick in practice.
Photo of the Day: Camilla Rutherford | Kelly McGarry in Central Otago, NZ.
Learn how to service Magura brakes in these videos, which demonstrate the proper way to bleed and replace the pads in Magura’s MT Next Brakes.
Practice is underway in Northern Italy’s Val di Sole, where the final round of the World Cup will be held on Saturday. Watch Greg Minnaar pin it down the burly course.
The Val di Sole track in Italy is a brutally technical maiden.
Photo of the Day: John Wellburn | Chris Ball in Nevados de Chillan, Chile.
This weekend, the World Cup returns to Val di Sole in the North of Italy after a year away from the infamously technical track. Back in 2008, Sam Hill laid down this crushingly fast run, only to be robbed of his glory just before the finish. Break out your skinsuit and give it a watch.
27.5 plus wasn’t big enough for Trek. No, they had to take it all the way to 29 plus, using the largest-diameter production wheel around. Ryan Palmer and Vernon Felton put the big-wheeled Trek Stache 29+ to the test.