Author Archives: "Vernon Felton"

Video: Mobilize Me

11.05.2013 //

For most of us, bikes aren’t a necessity. They may feel that way–a day without riding can feel like torture–but most of us don’t rely on a bike to feed our family, to bring home a paycheck or to simply survive. It’s different in more desperate corners of the world.

Photo of the Day: Scott Markewitz

11.04.2013 //

Andreu Lacondeguy.. Whistler, BC

First Impressions: 2014 Marin Attack Trail XT8

11.04.2013 //

If you’ve been paying attention to all the Interbike/Eurobike/Outerbike posts this season, you’ve probably seen a hell of a lot of bandwidth sacrificed in praise of the Marin Bicycle’s new mountain bikes, which, and I’m going to be blunt here, is a big change.

Tested: Durango Pucker 650b Ti SS

11.03.2013 //

The pucker Ti is a blast to ride. At less than 23 pounds, the singlespeed rewards out-of-the-saddle efforts with astonishing speed. our bike was equipped with 34×20 gearing, which might be too low for the über-fit, but was perfect wintertime gearing in the mountains.

Photo of the Day: Sterling Lorence

11.03.2013 //

Rebecca Rusch and Sondra Williamson. Sun Valley, ID

Photo of the Day: John Gibson

11.02.2013 //

Andreu Lacondeguy and Arnaud Kugener. Chatel, France

Tested: Xpedo Spry Flat Pedals

11.02.2013 //

With their sticker price of just $70, Xpedo’s new Spry flat pedals are one of the more affordable, lightweight flat pedals on the market. We’ve been bashing on these a bit and have some thoughts on both the pros and cons of the wallet-friendly pedal.

Photo of the Day: Mattias Fredriksson

11.01.2013 //

Chris Winter. Zermatt, Switzerland.

Dirty Words: Go Belgian or Go Home!

11.01.2013 //

In the same way that urban American kids played basketball because schoolyards were their escape from a dead-end life, Belgian kids raced their heavy bikes on those greasy roads, “crossing” over fences and ditches as a short-cut to the cold barns and dim factories where they could find work.

Photo of the Day: Dan Barham

10.31.2013 //

Stephen Matthews and Evan Schwartz. San Remo, Italy

The Bakery: My Road to Rampage

10.31.2013 //

Take away the helicopter, the film crews, and the whole production of Red Bull Rampage and you would still have athletes hucking huge lines. While the sport may need the elevation of a corporate partnership to gain mass appeal and the sponsorships that come with it, the riders are here because they love what they do.

Video: All Day, Every Day

10.31.2013 //

Hardtails, mud, singletrack, epic, all-day pedal tests…if this video doesn’t make you want to head out for a ride, you have no heart at all.

Video: Combing Valparaiso’s Hills

10.31.2013 //

Here’s the second of the GoPro Hero3+ Adventure Series. In this episode, Aaron Chase, Brian Lopes and Chris Van Dine get lost in a maze of colorful urban streets. This is an ode to Valparaiso, Chile.

Photo of the Day: Ryan Creary

10.30.2013 //

Goldbridge, BC

Video: Tyler McCaul POV Footage

10.30.2013 //

Tyler McCaul had a wild time at Rampage this year, cracking into the top five and having a blast in the process. His second run, which you can see above thanks to his on-board GoPro camera, pushed him even further up in the standings.

Video: Jerome Clementz and Ben Cruz on the 2014 Cannondale Trigger

10.30.2013 //

While Cannondale’s enduro racers Jerome Clementz and Ben Cruz have been storming the globe aboard Jekylls, they also have the lightweight Trigger platform to play with as well. Cannondale’s latest addition to that line is the is the 2014 Trigger 29 Carbon, which they’re thrashing on in this new video.

Photo of the Day: Nicolas Teichrob

10.29.2013 //

Dylan Dunkerton and Curtis Robinson. Whistler, BC

Video/Gallery: The Narrows–All For One

10.29.2013 //

I had barely even had a chance to catch my breath from a contest trip in the U.S. when I got back to the Sunshine Coast and met up with my good friends from the Coastal Crew. They were getting ready to leave for Narrows Inlet that same evening, on a trip that would be one of the most unforgettable experiences of their lives. Here’s the story of what went down.

Exclusive: 2013 Heavy Pedal Tour–Canyons Bike Park

10.29.2013 //

Excellent bike park trails a mere 35-minute drive from Salt Lake City? Canyons Resort bike park may not have the longest trails on earth, but what they have packs a serious punch. Here’s the ride report from the Heavy Pedal Tour’s stop in Park City, Utah.

Video: 2013 Heavy Pedal Tour–Canyons Bike Park (Park City)

10.29.2013 //

Consider yourself warned: the trails at Canyons aren’t long, but they are jam-packed with features for all skill levels. Canyons is not afraid to challenge riders with sizeable gap jumps, drops, step ups, step downs and wall rides. Check out this video to see what we mean.

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