Today we are bombarded by more than a hundred channels of televised dysfunction, a million new internet clips a day, and a veritable shit-storm of absolutely inane tweets. The result? No one remembers anything. It’s Internet-induced amnesia.
Shawn Campbell. Southern Chilcotins, BC.
There is a right way and a wrong way to smash a pint glass on your head. At least that’s what I learned from this clip: yet another great edition of Pitchfork’s “Frames” series.
15 years of faithful service and the lowly Bondhus is still making fancier tools seem like overly-expensive pieces of crap.
Kyle Norbraten. Sunshine Coast, BC
Crankworx 2011. Whistler, BC.
Thomas Vanderham . Nicola Valley, BC.
Self Portrait. Calgary, AB.
Replaceable drop-outs enable you to convert Intense’s Carbine into a 650B rig. We give it a go.
Thirty bikes, nine forks, eight tires, six wheelsets, four disc brakes and a hell of a lot more gear all get put to the test here in Fruita, Colorado. Welcome to the Bible of Bike Tests.
Garett Buehler. 2010 Red Bull Rampage.
What’s it take to win Red Bull Rampage? Here’s your answer: Kurt Sorge’s amazing run.
Trond G Hansen. Livigno, Italy.
Here’s the ride that netted Kyle Norbraten third in the qualifiers.
Doerfling took 2nd in the Red Bull Rampage qualifiers with this run.
Friday’s qualifying runs were fairly mind-boggling all by their bad selves. Cam McCaul fired off what the the judges considered to be the best qualifying run during that round of competition.
Brian Earle and Dave Smith. Methow Valley, WA. Photo by Dan Barham.
Logan Whitehead. Salt Lake City, Utah.
Who’ll battle it out today for a berth in the 2012 Red Bull Rampage finals? Check this out.