Author Archives: "Bike"

Photo of the Day: Reuben Krabbe

06.22.2012 //

Eddie Peace. Squamish, BC.

Photo of the Day: John Gibson

06.21.2012 //

Nick Quinn. Alberta, Canada.

Scene: Downieville’s Duality

06.20.2012 //

‘Ron’s House o’ Big Air.’ That is what is written on the front of that shanty-town plywood kicker covered in old carpet that spits riders high over the north fork of the Yuba. Ron Williams was the father of Greg Williams, who is the guy who came up with the Downieville Classic, and is the wily pied piper of most anything to do with mountain biking in the area.

Photo of the Day: Mattias Fredriksson

06.20.2012 //

Janne Tjärnström. Crans Montana, Switzerland.

Photo of the Day: Dan Barham

06.19.2012 //

Laura Gill and Marsha Cameron. Yukon, Canada.

Photo of the Day: Steve Lloyd

06.18.2012 //

Eric Porter and Garett Buehler. Whistler, British Columbia.

Photo of the Day: Ryan Creary

06.17.2012 //

Nick Quinn. Golden, BC.

Photo of the Day: Nicolas Teichrob

06.16.2012 //

Mike Hopkins. Coast, BC.

Photo of the Day: Margus Riga

06.15.2012 //

PJ Hunton. Chilcotin, BC.

Photo of the Day: Scott Markewitz

06.14.2012 //

Julien Markewitz. Sun Valley, Idaho.

Photo of the Day: Sterling Lorence

06.13.2012 //

Whistler Bike Park, BC.

Photo of the Day: Reuben Krabbe

06.12.2012 //

Kelowna, BC.

Photo of the Day: John Gibson

06.11.2012 //

Travis Hauck. Alberta, Canada.

Photo of the Day: Mattias Fredriksson

06.10.2012 //

Janne Tjärnström. Crans Montana, Switzerland.

Photo of the Day: Dan Barham

06.09.2012 //

Laura Gill and Marsha Cameron. Yukon, Canada.

Photo of the Day: Steve Lloyd

06.08.2012 //

Graham Agassiz. Whistler, British Columbia.

Photo of the Day: Ryan Creary

06.07.2012 //

Nick Quinn. Crested Butte, CO.

Photo of the Day: Nicolas Teichrob

06.06.2012 //

Dylan Dunkerton. Coast, BC.

7 Reasons why…

06.05.2012 //

How you exercise any particular day doesn’t define you forever. It’s not like striking out alone one week is monumentally stupid and life-wrecking, like David Lee Roth’s decision to go solo.

Butcher Paper: Aluminum Chronicles

06.05.2012 //

I won’t get to enjoy the Moab often, but each ride will remind me of falling in love with mountain biking, swinging tools until my arms ached with accomplishment, finding quiet in the noise and surrendering to the unpredictability of life.

The Connect

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