Smith Optics’, Gabe Schroder, takes us through the many features on both the innovative PivLock V2 Max sunglasses and the more retro-relaxed Gibson model.
By Vernon Felton You can’t make this shit up. Let’s say you run a massive nation and that you have a background in covert operations. And let’s say that people who criticize you sometimes find themselves in prison or, well, suddenly no longer breathing. You’re an incredibly powerful man with a lot on your plate—there […]
In our video from Bike Week, Cannondale’s Mike Cushionbury gives the most comprehensive overview to date of the new Trigger.
Riding bicycles is stupid. It’s only by some stroke of cosmic chance that no one laughs and points when they see an adult riding a bicycle down the road…
Who will wear the rainbow jersey for the next 12 months? It all boils down to one run, on one day. Here’s video from the finals in Austria.
We recently surprised both Wade Simmons and Dan Barham with framed covers from the latest issue of Bike. The “stoke” ensues.
Anthill Films just released the BC segment (check it out below) from their new community film project, “STRENGTH IN NUMBERS”.
Cannondale’s OverMountain team members Mark Weir, Ben Cruz and Jason Moeschler take a trip to Downieville that sort of makes every weekend you ever experienced seem like 48 hours spent strapped in the dentist’s chair.
Danny MacAskill performs an astounding number of very cool moves in a very brief span of time. Prepare to be humbled by his latest video.
A quick look at Felt’s upcoming “Edict Nine” 29er dualie and their return to the all-mountain market, in the form of the all-new Compulsion LT.
RockShox recently showed off their new 27.5-compatible SID and Reba models, which the company claims boast completely new chassis, optimized for the new(ish) wheel size.
And now, for yet another installment of things that having nothing whatsoever to do with bikes…. Here’s an animated clip that gives life to comedian, Eddie Izzard’s conception of what a day in the death star’s cafeteria must have been like.
The Specter XR is equipped to go toe-to-toe with the better brain buckets on the market. While a few other lids offered better ventilation, the Bontrager is supremely comfortable, lightweight and easy to adjust.
Natty and Trey hit the road in search of the best that Utah and Wyoming have to offer–moose encounters, bucking broncos and big descents ensue.
Both of Kona’s new Process models should skulk about in the chain-smoking, tough-kids’ corner of the all-mountain, high-school parking lot, alongside Specialized’s Enduro and Trek’s Slash models.
Natty and Trey hit the trails in Park City, Utah and Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
Kona recently officially launched their 2013 bike line. This week we’ll take look at some of the new models as well as a few that have been given significant facelifts. Today? The massively re-worked Abra Cadabra.
This isn’t another huck-fest video. It’s an exacting look at what it takes to win against a field of the world’s best riders.
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.