Instant engagement hubs, stubby stems, tattooed seats and more in this second gallery from Frostbike 2015.
Just another afternoon with local riders in Aptos, California. Tacos, beer and a bonfire round out the sick backyard action from riders Gregg Watts, Ray George, R-Dog (Ryan Howard), Paul Basagoitia, Tyler McCaul, Jackson Goldstone, Christian Wright and Alex Reveles. After only a few months of building, The Deer Camp has become one of the most progressive jump spots in Aptos.
Full coverage of the Enduro World Series Round 3 in Valloire, France. The two-day, two-mountain event under the hot sun in Valloire, France proved quite challenging, troubling riders with mechanical issues, pounding arms and burning legs.
The dust was in the air, as the 2014 USA Cycling Gravity Nationals at Angel Fire Resort got under way over the weekend. Big-name riders were among the line-up, including Specialized's Aaron Gwin and GT Bikes' Kyle Strait.
In one of the flattest places in the country, a contingency of riders have built a network of trails that even the most jaded of riders can appreciate.
Speedplay founder Richard Bryne is an avid collector of vintage bicycle components, and he's been amassing a spectacular array of everything from bottle cages and bike bells to rare Cinelli hubs, the earliest brake hood designs, catalogs from the 1800s and original head badges from some of the first European bikes ever made for more than two decades.
We take one more walk around the pits at Laguna Seca to highlight this year's most promising gear.
Every year, the United State's largest bike parts distributor, QBP hosts its own little trade show at its Bloomington, Minnesota, headquarters. Fittingly it's called Frostbike. We ventured out in the cold to check out some upcoming products from some leading brands.
It took Malibu, California native Marshall Mullen five years to perfect his private backyard dirt jumps. Our video and photos give you a rare look at them.
I had barely even had a chance to catch my breath from a contest trip in the U.S. when I got back to the Sunshine Coast and met up with my good friends from the Coastal Crew. They were getting ready to leave for Narrows Inlet that same evening, on a trip that would be one of the most unforgettable experiences of their lives. Here's the story of what went down.
Kyle Strait won the 2013 Red Bull Rampage today, prevailing over a stacked field of the world's most progressive riders to become the first person to ever win the iconic contest more than once.
Twelve riders advanced today from the Red Bull Rampage qualifying round and will join the 13 riders who are prequalified for tomorrow's big event. Graham Agassiz, who was unable to compete in 2012 due to an ankle injury, returned this year with an inspired vengeance, pulling together a phenomenal run with a grace and ease that unquestionably guaranteed his place in the finals.
Stage Two of the 2013 Genco Mongolia Bike Challenge took the racers 78.3 miles (126 kilometers) through an increasingly remote area of Mongolia with 8,005 feet (2,440 meters) of climbing. The route followed the Tuul River, traversing the majestic forests of the Zamt Hills and ended at Jalman Camp.
Stage One of the GENCO Mongolia Bike Challenge presented by Orbea was a 120-kilometer (74.5-mile) loop from the Genghis Khan Statue in Tuv Province with a groan-inducing 3,000 meters (9.842 feet) of climbing. The heat of the Mongolian sun combined with the seemingly endless short steep climbing sections made for a hell of a first day. Here's a race report and photo gallery from the steppes of Mongolia.
Erik Peterson is a photographer who spends summers at home in Canada and lives the rest of each year in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. Erik is currently documenting the 2013 Genco Mongolia Bike Challenge presented by Orbea and is sharing the story with us this week. Today’s gallery documents the simple challenge of getting to the race itself—no small feat when you’re traveling from Uzbekistan to China and into the heart of Mongolia.
Nine days. That's how long Crankworx runs now. Nine long--exhilarating, yes--but seriously long days of riding, working, partying, cheering, crashing and groggily getting up to repeat it all over again. By the time you eventually pack up your muddy bike and limp back down the Sea-to-Sky corridor for home, you are officially shattered. This gallery by Reuben Krabbe is an ode to that feeling.