The AM41 has both its strengths and weaknesses. They are, on the whole, a truly unique set of kicks.
2010 Red Bull Rampage. Virgin, UT.
A little strange. A bit funny. A whole lot of content that you shouldn’t look at on your work computer…the latest “sex tape” from Cedric Gracia charts his approach to recovering from a broken hip.
The Kona crew head into the mountains to sample Revelstoke’s amazing singletrack aboard their 2013 all-mountain models. Check out this video and some amazing photos by John Gibson.
GT announced today that they’d signed two of the fastest, young gravity riders in Europe, Taylor Vernon and Martin Maes.
Ludovic Duran. Southern Chilcotins, BC.
Every day of the year, someone, somewhere, is getting after it on a Giant bike. Here’s a look back at the highpoints of 2012.
Dylan Dunkerton, Curtis Robinson, Kyle Norbraten, and Brendan Howey. Sun Coast, BC
Here it is: Red Bull Signature Series coverage of the 2012 Rampage. Enjoy.
Brandon and Logan decide to give bungee jumping a go for the first time, and then venture back to the Sunshine Coast for one last epic session with the boys.
Most calendars suck. Ours, however, decidedly rules. Slap it on your wall and ogle the best photos from our most recent Photo Annual. Get one now.
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Any muppet can pull a bike out of a cardboard box and get it rolling. To do so, however, is to miss a grand opportunity. This video goes a long ways towards illuminating the zen of wrenching.
Garett Buehler. Kamloops, BC.
Rocky Mountain’s Thomas Vanderham & Geoff Gulevich traveled down to Utah to compete in this year’s Red Bull Rampage, the largest and most dangerous competition in freeride mountain biking. Both of them killed it down there, coming away (mostly) unscathed and placing well (8th for Thomas, 11th for Gully). This is a short film about all the work and sweat and struggles behind the scenes of a competition like Rampage.
Bruno Penone. Gargas, France.
SRAM has always maintained that XX1 is not intended to be a weight-weenie’s solution to changing gears. That said, it also happens to be 200 grams lighter than the company’s anorexic XX group, so yeah, it’s going to appeal to cross-country types. But there’s still more to this story…
Brendan Fairclough. Whistler, BC.
Andrew Dornian. Kelowna, BC.