Janne Tjärnström in Ottsjön, Norway. Photo of the Day Shot by Mattias Fredriksson.
Reigning Enduro World Champion Jerome Clementz stormed into the 2014 season with a win in the first Enduro World Series race at Nevados de Chillan in Chile last weekend.
Bell Bike Helmets and the International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA) have announced the 12 finalists for the 2014 Bell Built Grants: $100,000 in technical assistance money put up by Bell for three bike projects to be built in 2014 by IMBA Trail Solutions. Public voting to choose the winners began April 7 and ends May 18, with winners announced May 19.
Jinya Nishiwaki in Whistler, B.C. Photo of the Day by Robin O’Neill.
Graham Agassiz in Green River, Utah. Photo of the Day by Sterling Lorence.
Wade Simmons in Cotopaxi, Ecuador. Photo of the Day by Dan Barham.
Brandon Semenuk has devoted the better part of a year to his ambitious new film project, “Rad Company”. Here’s a glimpse of what you can expect:
Paul Basagoitia in Reno, Nevada. Photo of the Day Shot by John Gibson.
With the start of the 2014 Enduro World Series just a few days away in Chile, an international field of riders like Fabien Barel are preparing for a big season of competition – some with a little more drama than others.
Kurt Sorge and Mike Kinrade in Cafayate, Salta, Argentina. Photo of the Day by John Wellburn.
Our friends at DirtTV recently shared with us this artful, documentary-style short on Andrew “Needles” Neethling, talking about his career, racing and plans for the future. This is the first in a series that Dirt will be releasing monthly. They have a great line-up of riders including Darren Berrecloth, Aaron Gwin, Steve Smith and Tyler McCaul.
Wade Simmons in North Vancouver, B.C. Photo of the Day Shot by Margus Riga.
We take one more walk around the pits at Laguna Seca to highlight this year’s most promising gear.
Janne Tjärnström in Lahaina, Hawaii. Photo of the Day Shot by Mattias Fredriksson.
Raleigh Bikes re-enters the mountain bike world with the Skarn, a 4 inch-travel, 29er bike.
Bike staff roams the raceway, mingles, and catches a glance at some new gear.
Gareth Dyer in Whistler Bike Park, B.C. Photo of the Day by Robin O’Neill.
With its hundreds of booths spread around the Laguna Seca Raceway outside Monterey, California, the Sea Otter Classic is a constant blur of bike bling, and the unofficial start to the North American race season.
Kurt Sorge in Xinjiang, China. Photo of the Day by John Wellburn.
Easton Cycling, the industry leader in materials development and engineering, has released the Haven 35 range of handlebars and stems, setting a new standard for trail riding. The 750mm wide Haven 35 handlebar is available immediately in both carbon and aluminum versions in 20mm low- and 40mm high-rise versions, while the Haven 35 stem comes in lengths from 90mm to an ultra-short 40mm. Pricing is MSRP $160 for the carbon bar, MSRP $90 for aluminum, and MSRP $100 for the stem.