With the onset of a North American winter looming large, and riders seizing the last vestiges of the season, this issue is a celebration of the unsung; an exploration of places, people and events that elude the hype while exceeding conventional expectations.
Charles Bronson is back to see if the new Santa Cruz Bronson lives up to the family name.
The new Yeti SB4.5c features carbon construction, 29–inch wheels, trail–specific geometry and 148mm Boost design for added stiffness.
The Bike Magazine September 2015 issue is available in print and digital formats. And for the first time, we’ve devoted most of the issue to ‘bikepacking.’
After a one-day rain delay, the Crankworx Whistler slopestyle finals went off, with the world’s best riders putting on a show to thousands of frothing fans.
With thousands of frothing fans on the Whistler Bike Park’s lower hill for the Crankworx Joyride practice, Mother Nature rained on their parade. Literally.
Despite a threat of rain, the 2015 Crankworx Whistler Dual Slalom races went off on Friday, with a diverse field of riders dueling it out on a dusty course.
The 2015 Crankworx Whistler Pumptrack Challenge once again proved its crowd-pleasing potential, with a cast of speedy riders putting on a riveting show.
The fifth-annual Crankworx Whistler Whip-Off World Champs drew the biggest-ever crowd of spectators and the contest’s most talent-stacked field of riders.
Pros and amateurs alike tore down A-Line today in Crankworx Whistler’s Air DH race. Video and photos inside.
We followed freerider and mountain man Mike Hopkins on an overnight adventure into the backcountry of New Zealand’s North Island, where we found adventure and pristine singletrack. Experience the trip in this exclusive Bike Original feature.
The Crankworx Whistler Enduro race delivered on its promise Sunday, drawing the world’s fastest enduro racers into its web of tangled roots and steep lines.
After a drizzle that started mid-morning, the dirt in the Whistler Bike Park was in prime condition for the 2015 Crankworx Whistler Dual Speed and Style contest.
A series of product trades at this year’s Sea Otter festival eventually led to the donation of a brand-new Juliana bicycle to an unsuspecting high school mountain bike racer from the National Interscholastic Cycling Association.
Magura marks the 40th anniversary of USA operations with its annual media camp in Sedona, Arizona, letting Brian Lopes and Shaun Palmer loose on the trails.
In the second installment of Bike’s “30-Second Warning,” Norwegian freerider Mads “Makken” Haugen shows us how to do sweet skids on his new Rampage rig.
Bike’s “30-Second Warning” video series returns for Sea Otter 2015. We simply shove a camera in someone’s face and ask them what the fuck they’re doing.
The Crankworx Rotorua Slopestyle finals went off today, despite almost 24 hours of persistent rain leading up to the event. Here’s a look at what went down.
The Crankworx Rotorua Enduro race brought all the guts and glory that we’ve come to expect from the ever-popular format. Here’s a glimpse of what went down.
The 2015 Crankworx Rotorua Pump Track Challenge proved to be the most well-attended pump track contest in Crankworx history, drawing hundreds of rowdy fans.