Author Archives: "Vernon Felton"
Tomorrow, Lance Armstrong will sit down on the couch across from Oprah Winfrey and face some serious questions. Or maybe not. Oprah isn’t generally known for grilling celebrities who’ve massively crapped the bed and then visit her show in a public act of contrition.
The 2013 Bible of Bike Tests issue is just now hitting newsstands around the world. This year we went the extra step of videotaping the action from our time spent testing and reviewing the most promising bikes and gear. Here’s what we thought of Banshee’s all-mountain wagon wheeler, the Prime.
Wider and lighter rims, stiffer spokes, lighter and more durable hubs….Industry Nine’s new “Torch” hubs and wheels look promising.
Projekt Roam’s mission is to travel North America in search of places that celebrate the unparalleled beauty and freedom of not only the bike, but the terrain we ride as well. In this clip our hosts travel to the mountains of New Mexico and Arizona.
You may or may not give a damn about an uber-portable, wireless, intelligent speaker system that makes sonic love babies with your smartphone (though I think such a thing is, in fact, pretty cool), but the fact that you can now reach out to millions of people to fund such an idea is pretty amazing all by itself.
Most Buyer’s Guides suck–they’re little more than catalog copy rolled into a “special issue”. That blows. Which is why we do it very differently at Bike Magazine. For our Bible of Bike Tests, we take some of the most promising bikes and gear, and we actually flog the hell out of it on some of the best trails in the world. Here’s a peek at the groundbreaking issue that will soon be hitting newsstands.