Author Archives: "Vernon Felton"

News: Ten Bucks for the Best Calendar on Earth

01.09.2013 //

Ten bucks for a calendar overflowing with the absolute best mountain bike photography of the year? Yeah, it’s a bargain. Buy it here.

Left Field: Kickstarting an Idea

01.08.2013 //

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.

Exclusive: Here Comes the Bible of Bike Tests

01.08.2013 //

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.

Photo of the Day: Reuben Krabbe

01.08.2013 //

Joe Schwartz. Whistler, BC.

Video: Trials Riding in Three Styles

01.08.2013 //

Three types of riders united by a common love for trials riding.

News: Garmin Unveils New GPS Units

01.07.2013 //

The Edge 810 and 510 are Garmin’s first dedicated cycling devices with real-time connectivity. The new models combine the most popular aspects of their current Edge 800/500 models while adding advanced connected features through a smartphone.

Photo of the Day: John Gibson

01.07.2013 //

Leighton Poidevin. Kananaskis Country, AB

News: Sugar Showdown Comes to Lumberyard Bike Park

01.07.2013 //

Top-notch skills instructors to spread “the Sisterhood of Shred” at Portland’s Lumberyard indoor mountain bike park from January 25-27th. Register now.

Left Field: Jilly’s on Smack

01.06.2013 //

In a music industry that supposedly promotes creativity, but mainly promotes straight-ahead outfits, both Rush and Primus stood out as unapologetically unique. Which also explains why so many people either love or hate those bands. Not a lot of middle ground here.

Photo of the Day: Mattias Fredriksson

01.06.2013 //

Martin Söderström. Järvsö, Sweden.

Photo of the Day: Dan Barham

01.05.2013 //

Seb Kemp. Bellingham, WA

Video: Preparing for Supercross on a Mountain Bike

01.04.2013 //

Specialized has been documenting Cole Seely during the off-season while he puts in work on the bike, at the test track and in the gym to prepare for the West Coast Lites season.

Video: Wink Grant on his Chromag

01.04.2013 //

Wink Grant makes killing it on a hardtail look ridiculously easy and smooth. The eight-year old commentators are an added bonus.

Photo of the Day: Steve Lloyd

01.04.2013 //

Nadia Samer. Whistler, BC.

News of the Tweet: The Speed Of Our Integrity’s Demise

01.03.2013 //

We have to get used to the fact that Twitter and other social media platforms will form powerful means for information transfer, but we have to make sure that we aren’t losing anything in the process.

Photo of the Day: Ryan Creary

01.03.2013 //

Unknown. Turrialba, Costa Rica.

The Web Monkey Speaks: The Things I Used to Do

01.02.2013 //

Riding hardtails seemed like going to church and feeling good about having kneeled in a pew for an hour. My first good full suspension bike, by contrast, felt like having sex. I soon stopped riding hardtails altogether…but Klunking has me reconsidering my past.

Photo of the Day: Margus Riga

01.01.2013 //

Garett Buehler. Kamloops, BC.

Preview: Rocky Mountain Instinct 970

01.01.2013 //

The 29er Instinct has a lot in common with the latest Altitude. Obviously, it shares the Element and Altitude’s basic frame design. Less apparent, but just as important, the Instinct 29er also boasts “RIDE-9”: a shock mount containing two interlocking chips that enable you to significantly customize the bike’s geometry and rear suspension behavior.

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