Author Archives: "Brice Minnigh"

Exclusive: World-First Expedition Captured in Bike’s First-Ever Web Mag

08.07.2013 //

Afghanistan isn’t a place for the faint of heart. But that didn’t stop Matt Hunter and the crew from Anthill Films from making the trip while creating their latest film “Forgotten Dirt”. We’ve created our first-ever web magazine dedicated to a feature story. Click here and prepare to get the real story on this first ever riding expedition to one of the most unforgiving and spectacular corners of the world.

Video/Gallery: Searching for Singletrack in Afghanistan

07.22.2013 //

When I was invited by Anthill Films to join them and Matt Hunter on this pioneering journey for their upcoming short film, “Forgotten Dirt,” it was clearly a no-brainer. It was guaranteed to be the adventure of a lifetime. This video and photo gallery hint at what’s coming on August 6th.

News: New Pearl Izumi X Project Shoes Get A Proper Pounding

10.30.2012 //

Pearl Izumi invited journalists from all over the country to see how their new ‘X Project’ shoes perform on the steep, technical singletrack of Laguna Beach, California. Here’s what went down.

First Ride: Devinci’s New Carbon Dixon

09.18.2012 //

The Devinci Dixon has always proven one of the more capable all-mountain bikes on the market. For 2013, the Dixon comes in a lighter, carbon-framed version with a more gravity-capable component mix.

First look: Bell raises the bar with new full-face helmet

08.21.2012 //

Bell’s new Full-9 full-face mountain bike helmet is a sleek, stylish piece of gear that incorporates several state-of-the-art safety features into its functional design.

Diamondback Bicycles Launches New Podium 7 Carbon Road Bike

07.23.2012 //

Road testing the Podium 7 on the hills of Park City, Utah. Words by Brice Minnigh Photos by Anthony Smith Diamondback Bicycles has officially unveiled its much-anticipated carbon road bike, the Podium—a lightweight, stiff and responsive race weapon the company has invested a tremendous amount of time and effort to develop. The Podium—which was formally

Diamondback 2013 Launch: Sweet Singletrack and Sick Dirt Jumps

07.23.2012 //

Diamondback Bicycles unveiled its 2013 line of mountain bikes over the weekend with the perfect blend of new product information and actual time on the trails—as well as on a spectacular composition of backyard dirt jumps.

Team Sad Sacks – BC Bike Race Stage 7: The Final Showdown

07.07.2012 //

The 2012 BC Bike Race launched its final salvo today in the mountain tourist village of Whistler, with a battle-weary field of riders hanging on to finish the final stage—a fast-paced, 26-kilometer rip around the Whistler Bike Park and adjoining Lost Lake trails.

Team Sad Sacks – BC Bike Race Stage 6: Slaying Squamish

07.07.2012 //

The long-persevering riders in this year’s BC Bike Race got their reward on Friday for all the brutal climbs, greasy roots and rainy weather they endured throughout the week—and that reward was a magical place called Squamish.

Team Sad Sacks – BC Bike Race Stage 5: The Pain Sets In

07.06.2012 //

Words by Brice Minnigh, Photos by Morgan Meredith It was only Day 5 of the seven-day BC Bike Race, and the cracks had begun to show. Bike magazine’s own Team Sad Sacks—who had spent much of the race’s first four days faffing around taking riding photos, helping other racers with repairs and chatting far too

Team Sad Sacks – BC Bike Race Stage 4: A Real Ballbuster

07.05.2012 //

While much of the United States spent Wednesday drinking beer and barbecuing in honor of Independence Day, Bike magazine’s own Team Sad Sacks celebrated July 4 by grinding their way through the most physically taxing stage of the BC Bike Race.

News Of The Tweet: Twitter Dialogue

07.04.2012 //

Between xgames bashing and Mtb twitter wars, twitter its cool tonight — Craig Stik Glaspell (@stikmanglaspell) June 30, 2012 This week I’ve decided to hand over The News Of The Tweet to Stikman it seems. He was the sun around which so much humorous tweeting revolved this week. Watching x games live on espn, over

Team Sad Sacks – BC Bike Race Stage 3: Powell River’s Pleasure Trove

07.04.2012 //

Words by Brice Minnigh Photos by Morgan Meredith The 500-strong field in the 2012 BC Bike Race converged yesterday morning on the tiny community of Powell River, disembarking their ferry to a rousing welcome from the local community—including bagpipes, a choir and applause from hundreds of the town’s residents. Within a half-hour of arriving on

Team Sad Sacks – BC Bike Race Day 2: Let the Mud-Wrestling Begin

07.03.2012 //

Words by Brice Minnigh Photos by Morgan Meredith From the steady rain that pelted our tents through the wee hours this morning to the noisy German-language conversation that served as our early 5 am wake-up call, Bike magazine’s own Team Sad Sacks knew today would be a day of reckoning with untoward elements. Unable to

Team Sad Sacks – 2012 BC Bike Race Day One: The Shred Fest Begins

07.02.2012 //

Words by Brice Minnigh Photos by Morgan Meredith Bike magazine’s own Team Sad Sacks is off to a fun start at the 2012 BC Bike Race, making countless new friends and savoring highest-quality singletrack they’ve ever experienced in a stage race. Riders from 33 countries were either pleasantly surprised or shocked by the technical nature

7 Reasons Why…

07.01.2012 //

hile you’re thumbing through the pages of this year’s Photo Annual, basking in the majestic glow of the images and marveling over the consummate skill of
the craftsmen who created them, consider this notion: Mountain-bike photography is a piece of cake. Here’s why…

Preview: Brian Lopes Featured in July Issue of Bike

06.12.2012 //

By Brice Minnigh Photography by Anthony Smith Brian Lopes might just be the most polarizing figure in all of mountain biking. People love to hate him, and the mere mention of his name can evoke some surprisingly visceral reactions. But our gut-level presumptions don’t matter that much. And, truth be told, Lopes doesn’t really care

Video: Green River Recon Featured in July Issue of Bike

06.06.2012 //

By Brice Minnigh Photography by Haruki Noguchi Video by Justin Olsen A small group of mountain bikers set out on an exploratory mission down a stretch of Utah’s Green River last autumn in search of remote and untarnished riding territory. Floating on inflatable rafts retrofitted with bike racks, the team navigated 68 miles of water

In Praise of… Common Sense

06.05.2012 //

Regardless of whether we are rule-followers or not, most riders routinely ignore certain aspects of gravity and inertia, trying to work these forces to our advantage while knowing that it might not work out the way we hope it will. And that’s exactly the way we like it.

7 Reasons why…

06.04.2012 //

At the end of the day, having fun on the trail is far more important than how hip we look at the trailhead. Ever been dropped by some kid on a shitty hardtail wearing jeans, a T-shirt and skate shoes? Who’s cool now? –

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