Photo of the Day: Ryan Creary | Rider: Nick Quinn at Fernie, British Columbia
After a sold-out premiere in Vancouver Saturday night, the highly anticipated “Rad Company” is now for sale on DVD, iTunes and Google Play. It is currently only available in the USA and Canada, but will become available globally June 15.
Photo of the Day: Scott Markewitz | Rider: Eric Porter at Canyons Resort, Utah
What started out as rogue trailbuilding by rowdy freeriders in Jackson Hole has been transformed by trust into one of North America’s greatest templates for community cooperation
Brett Tippie and Wade Simmons in North Vancouver, British Columbia
BMC athlete Aaron Bradford tests out the Trailfox in the trails around Santa Cruz.
Australian Troy Brosnan surprised the competition by taking the top qualifying spot, beating Danny Hart, Sam HIll and Sam Blenkinsop, respectively. On the women’s side, Britain’s Manon Carpenter took the top qualifying time.
Matt Jones heads to Christchurch, New Zealand in preparation for the Farm Jam and comes across one of the sickest backyard mountain biking setups ever created. Watch as he steezes out threes, gets backwards on some whips, and goes toe-to-toe with local Phil McLean. Dirt Life with Matt Jones, Ep. 6
Toted as the go-to tire for an array of conditions, Schwalbe believes the Nobby Nic will find a place on the rims of cross-country and enduro riders alike.
Photo of the Day: John Wellburn | Darren Berrecloth in Northwest China
Crankworx Les 2 Alpes will take place July 3-6, 2014 and is the only Crankworx event to take place outside of North America.
Did you miss out on all the action from the second stop of the Enduro World Series in Scotland? Don’t worry, we have you covered. Sit back, relax and enjoy the action from the full Round 2 recap.
Summer is in full-swing, and with the warm weather comes spinning lifts and rowdy trails. Park City Mountain Resort opens today, June 6.
Photo of the Day: Sterling Lorence | Graham Agassiz at Green River, Utah
Claudio Caluori puts risks skin and bones on the gnarly descent of the UCI World Cup Fort William.
After enduring a frustrating few months since breaking his ankle in Queenstown last February, Stevie Smith will be back at Fort William this weekend as defends his world cup title.
Photo of the Day: Kevin Lange | Josh Deuto and Bill Castonguay, San Rafael Desert, Utah
Photo of the Day: Dan Barham | Rider: Seb Kemp in Aviemore, Scotland
Tom van Steenbergen lays down fresh lines on the newly opened Whistler Mountain Bike Park trails. The video features Steenbergen’s signature laid-out whips, manuals and massive flips (including the first-ever front flip in the notoriously big Crabapple Hits).
25 kilometers of new XC trails will be added this year, bringing the total trail network to 100 kilometers: 50 kilometers of DH and 50 kilometers of XC.