Author Archives: "Ryan "Squirrel" LaBar"
Crankbrothers went back to the drawing board with its popular Mallet pedals. The top-tier Mallet 3 now sports a two-piece aluminum-polycarbonate platform, investment-cast steel wings, adjustable traction pins and both needle (inner) and cartridge (outer) bearings. The new pedal weighs in at 435 grams and is backed by a five-year warranty.
Lone Wolf Productions – Garett Buehler Shreds Kamloops
Photos: Anthony Smith Words: Chris Winter One thing that makes our sport unique is the different natural landscapes that we traverse on our bikes. Some of us ride the ancient Appalachians and its mixed forests, others spend weekends pedaling the sub-alpine of the Rocky Mountains while flowy Arizona singletrack starts on the end of some […]
Registration is now open for the pro category of the 2012 Whiskey Off-Road endurance mountain bike event in Prescott, Arizona. The online registration form and cash purse information can be found here.
By Anthony Smith Thursday, October 27, marked the launch of the highly-anticipated 2nd Base films production, From the Inside Out, which debuted with back-to-back sold-out screenings at Whistler’s Millennium Place. Written, directed and edited by The Coastal Crew, and produced by Anthill Films this new film was the ambitious first feature length project for these […]
Bike magazine is now officially on the Apple Newsstand. The Newsstand version of Bike magazine is more than just something for gadget-loving nerds and those with Papyrophobia (fear of paper)–it is crammed full of extras like extended feature photo galleries and bike test videos. Download our new Bike Mag app for the Apple Newsstand for […]
Angel Fire Resort has been busy prepping for the Collegiate Mountain Bike Nationals event, which starts this tomorrow (10-28-2011). This morning (10-27-2011), the resort woke up to 9 inches of fresh powder.
By Brice Minnigh Yeti SB-66 Pro $6,150 / yeticycles.com We at Bike were among the first few journalists in the world to get some shred time on Yeti’s brand new all-mountain bike, the SB-66 Pro—which features a completely redesigned suspension platform intended to make it the company’s best-pedaling bike to date. In what felt like […]
There are several Bike staffers who own Mission Workshop packs, and each of us all have great things to say about them–they are durable, have a smart layouts and can fit a surprising amount of gear. This is why we are always excited to see the new products they come up with. Mission Workshop’s newest […]