Octogenarian attempts to restore famous fresco and winds up making Jesus look like a monkey. Part of me thinks this is hilarious. The other part of me feels a bit bad for the little. old lady in question.
Fabien Barel’s international road trip finds him ripping singletrack in the alps with Brook MacDonald.
Armstrong announces he will no longer dispute charges that he doped his way to a record-breaking seven wins in the Tour de France.
Intense recently announced that, come November, they’ll begin shipping out a new, carbon fiber-framed version of their Spider 29 model.
Eric Porter goes over the nitty gritty details that went into making CamelBak’s new Volt hydration pack.
Danny Hart, the 2011 UCI Men’s Downhill world champion, will sit out the remainder of the 2012 season (including the upcoming world championships) while he recovers from a shoulder injury.
Santa Cruz Bicycles’ engineer, Nick Anderson, breaks down what makes the Blur TRc unique and points out the upgrades that you’ll see on the next generation of Blur TRc.
Natty and Trey hit a trio of famed destinations–Crested Butte, Vail and Breckenridge–and discover that, though all bike parks are not created equal, there’s always amazing riding of one flavor or another to be had.
Crankworx is arguably the best event in mountain biking. And if you agree with this statement, you probably agree that it is better by a very long way.
Natty and Trey discover that there’s a very good reason Colorado’s classic destinations keep attracting the faithful: Colorado rocks.
Here’s the Nepal segment from Anthill Films’ new community film project, “STRENGTH IN NUMBERS”.
Liam Killeen gives his take on Giant’s latest flyweight carbon 29er hardtail. If you’re all about pedaling fast laps at 90 percent of your VO2 Max, this is your kind of sick pony.
By Vernon Felton Listening to covers of great songs is usually the auditory equivalent of taking a bath in razor blades and rubbing alcohol. Nevertheless, I have to admit that Rhett Miller’s take on Johnny Cash’s classic Old `97 proves the exception to the rule.
By Seb Kemp Apologies to anyone who was waiting for this. Somewhere around last Friday things became a blur after a rider plowed their front wheel through the back of my head. After that it has all been bright colors and loud noises, blow-up sex dolls and the odour of seared body armor. That’s right, […]
By Vernon Felton It’s been quite the buildup, but here’s a link to video of today’s big show. Grab something to drink, get comfortable and prepare to get your mind blown. Enjoy.
Here’s another animated clip from Pitchfork’s website, in which Wu Tang’s GZA reminisces on the first time he took RZA up to the Bronx to see a block party.
Here’s a link to coverage from today’s Joyride qualifying runs, courtesy of Red Bull.
Bike shops and beer joints: the best of both worlds attract us because we all need a haven from the mad, mad world; a place where we’re just one adjustment away from perfect.
By Vernon Felton Banshee marketing manager, Jon Hadfield, is standing in line for the chairlift when a rider ahead of Hadfield turns around and fixes Hadfield with an eager grin. “Are you guys from Banshee Bikes,” he asks. It’s as good a guess as any—three of us are wending brand new Banshees through the crowded […]
Paddy Kaye, the primary architect of the Red Bull Joyride course, gives us the lowdown on what it takes to design and sculpt one of the biggest contests of the year.