Pearl Izumi calls their new X-Project shoe “the world’s first, high performance mountain biking shoe that hikes or runs a bike as well as it pedals one.” We’ll see….
Despite having only recently opened, Stevens Pass Bike Park offers quite a bit for gravity riders in Seattle and Portland (who aren’t feeling the joy for crossing the Canadian border).
Mark Weir and company find that trout and trails are like the dirty, piscine equivalent of peanut butter and jelly, French films and confusion, clowns and emotionally-scarred children: things that complement each other perfectly.
Natty and Trey hit Stevens Pass Bike Park, near Leavenworth, Washington.
Logan Binggeli. St. George, Utah.
This week Seb trolls the `net in search of the decidedly uncool.
Andreas Hestler and Seb Kemp. Vancouver Island, BC.
Perhaps you know Tom Ritchey as the world’s most steadfast devotee of the Tom Selleck/Porn Star mustache, or the Marin County icon of the past, or simply the guy whose name is plastered on a crapload of components. Ritchey, however, is much more than any of those things.
Richie Schley. Whistler, BC.
It’s pretty simple: you give five bucks to help grow the singletrack around Downieville and you get the chance to win any model Santa Cruz makes
It’s a fork we have a soft spot for—the Lyrik RC2 DH. Boxxer internals squeezed inside a lightweight all-mountain chassis. SRAM’s, James Lalonde, gives us the rundown on the Lyrik.
Gravity star, adventurer and philanthropist, Chris Van Dine is using bikes to improve lives in developing nations. Check out “The Way I Roll”.
Mark Weir, Ben Cruz, Heny O’Donnell and Jason Moeschler ride amazing singletrack, consume ungodly amounts of beer and pizza, and live like gods.
Geoff Gulevich. Squamish, BC.
2013 looks like it’s going to be a big year for Felt Bicycles, which has a handful of new and improved models in the cooker. These videos tell the story.
Natty and Trey earn their turns on the singletrack of Sun Valley, Idaho.
Self Portrait. Vancouver Island, BC.