Photo of the Day: Mattias Fredriksson | Rider: Tommy Soleim in Isfjorden, Romsdalen, Norway.
Photo of the Day: Ryan Creary | Rider: Paul Gowdie in Carcross, Yukon.
Video: 13-Year-Old Joey Foresta Shreds The Canyons in the 2014 Canyons Bike Park Video Series Episode #2.
Photo of the Day: John Wellburn | Rider: Cory Brunelle near Williams Lake, British Columbia.
Photo of the Day: Robin O’Neill | Riders: Chromag Crew in the Whistler Bike Park, British Columbia.
Smith Optics continues it’s “Great Days” video series, with this episode featuring unstoppable SMITH women in action, in “Tapping into the Unknown – Mountain Biking in Idaho,” where five women venture into the backcountry of Idaho to discover new trails, share stories, laugh and learn that their ideal great day looked a lot like what they had found.
Photo of the Day: Margus Riga | Riders: Tig Cross and Sasha LeBaron on Hornby Island, British Columbia.
In true Trippin’ fashion, Sam Flanagan and Mark Scott took their riding a little off the beaten track and checked out some of the amazing spots nearby, as well as visiting the fabled Whistler Bike Park, like Squamish, a natural, loamy trail heaven located 40 minutes down the road.
Photo of the Day: Kevin Lange | Location: Cleats in an unknown location.
Photo of the Day: John Gibson | Riders: Mike Seniuk and Ramin Sherkat in Nelson, British Columbia.
I now have the power to whip out my Garmin Edge 510 like a badge of honor – showing off the eight hours, thirty-five minutes, and sixteen seconds that my team spent spelunking in the pain cave.
Photo of the Day: Sterling Lorence | Rider: Brandon Semenuk in Savona, British Columbia.
Photo of the Day: Mattias Fredriksson | Rider: Matt Hunter in Zermatt, Switzerland.
Sprint for a chance to ride a dream bike at Outerbike in Moab, Utah, tomorrow.
NiteRider hardly needs an introduction. The company has been on the cutting edge of riding lights for more than two decades.
We all have different riding styles. And thus, we all need different cockpits. Here are six cockpit reviews from the likes of Renthal, Race Face, Chromag…
Red Bull Rampage isn’t all glamor and fame, as Kelly McGarry can attest. Here’s Kelly McGarry’s first attempt at the 73-foot canyon gap.
This issue is devoted to the ruggedly individualistic resolve that has given mountain biking its defining moments. It’s a revolt against all the superficial crap that is suffocating us. It’s about interesting and often-eccentric people who consistently do whatever they want, regardless of fickle industry trends. It’s about punk rock. Never mind the bollocks—here’s Bike magazine.
Photo of the Day: Ryan Creary | Location: Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada.
Take a peek inside the latest issue of Bike Magazine’s November 2014 issue.