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Gallery: Frostbike 2015, day two

Instant engagement hubs, stubby stems, tattooed seats and more in this second gallery from Frostbike 2015.

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Video/Gallery: The Story Behind Ibis Cycles

04.24.2013

How did Ibis Cycles get its start? Where is it going today? We put Scot Nicol on a stage and gave him the limelight to tell us his and Ibis' story--past, present and future. These videos are you chance to see and hear it all. Enjoy.

Video & Gallery: Road to Rampage–Vanderham & Gulevich

12.11.2012

Rocky Mountain's Thomas Vanderham & Geoff Gulevich traveled down to Utah to compete in this year's Red Bull Rampage, the largest and most dangerous competition in freeride mountain biking. Both of them killed it down there, coming away (mostly) unscathed and placing well (8th for Thomas, 11th for Gully). This is a short film about all the work and sweat and struggles behind the scenes of a competition like Rampage.

Argentina All-Mountain Finale

10.31.2012

With the trip winding down, we simply had to get one dawn patrol ride checked off the list.

Video: Argentina All-Mountain Adventure Episode 4

10.30.2012

Right outside of the town of Bariloche is some of the sweetest ribbons of singletrack any of us had ever experienced. Not only that, but directly in town is a top quality shuttle zone that had us saying “one more run” over and over.

Exclusive: Downieville Adventure Part 3

09.17.2012

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.

Exclusive: Downieville Adventure Part 2

09.11.2012

Mark Weir, Ben Cruz, Heny O'Donnell and Jason Moeschler ride amazing singletrack, consume ungodly amounts of beer and pizza, and live like gods.

Exclusive: Downieville Adventure Part 1

09.04.2012

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.

Bike Week: Sun Valley, Idaho – Photo Gallery and Video

08.01.2012

By Vernon Felton Photos by David Reddick Once a year all of us at Bike head for the hills to sample the latest bikes and products on location, somewhere, far, far away from I-5, cubicles and smog. The annual event is called Bike Week and this time around, we and some of our friends descended […]

Diamondback 2013 Launch: Sweet Singletrack and Sick Dirt Jumps

07.23.2012

Diamondback Bicycles unveiled its 2013 line of mountain bikes over the weekend with the perfect blend of new product information and actual time on the trails—as well as on a spectacular composition of backyard dirt jumps.

6th Edition of Chatel Mountain Style Final Results

07.09.2012

As many predicted, the weather in Chatel, France, was the deciding factor at the 6th edition of Mountain Style. The organizers of the contest decided that the rain and high winds overnight made the course too dangerous for riders to attempt a final run on Sunday. Brandon Semenuk’s top qualifying run from Saturday would earn […]

6th Annual Chatel Mountain Style Qualifying Results and Photos

07.07.2012

Qualifying for the 6th edition of Chatel Mountain Style took place Saturday, July 7th in Chatel, France, and despite clear skies and sunshine, weather played a major role in how many of the competitors approached the course in their qualifying runs. Unpredictable gusty winds forced top riders to opt out of the biggest drop-in at […]

Gallery: In the Shadow of Illampu

05.04.2012

By Nicolas Teichrob Two years ago while traveling through South America, I stumbled across the quaint town of Sorata, Bolivia. Located approximately a 4-hour drive north of the capital city, La Paz, Sorata sits at 2,678 meters above sea level, and is surrounded by the glaciated mountain peaks of the Cordillera Real. The grandness of […]

Kyle Strait wins 2012 Sea Otter Classic Dual Slalom

04.21.2012

By Brice Minnigh Photos: Anthony Smith (unless otherwise noted) In one of the most dramatic moments of this year’s Sea Otter Classic, Kyle Strait fended off some of the world’s fastest racers to win a commanding victory in the dual-slalom event. Under blue skies and a searing-hot sun, Strait proved to an exuberant crowd that […]

Gallery and Video: Brendan Fairclough – Behind the Scenes and Outside of the Tape

02.21.2012

Photos: Anthony Smith Bike had the chance tag along with Brendan Fairclough during one of his off-season days in Southern California. This particular day, Fairclough filming with Clay Porter for an upcoming edit.

The Birthplace of Quebec Mountain Biking

12.14.2011

Photos by Bear Cieri Words by Vince Hempsall Rolling hills stretch out before us like waves on a green sea. Forests of jack pine and spruce carpet the hillsides and ordered rows of balsam fir line the Christmas tree plantations in the tiny valley town of East Hereford. We were paused on a loamy singletrack […]

Danny Hart – Truvativ: Every Ride has a Story

11.22.2011

Source: Truvativ Photos: Adrian Marcoux Video: Taylor Sage

Trail X

11.01.2011

Photos: Anthony Smith Words: Chris Winter One thing that makes our sport unique is the different natural landscapes that we traverse on our bikes. Some of us ride the ancient Appalachians and its mixed forests, others spend weekends pedaling the sub-alpine of the Rocky Mountains while flowy Arizona singletrack starts on the end of some […]

Gallery: Retallack Lodge – A Future Big-Mountain Destination

10.19.2011

By Garrett Grove I had heard faint whispers that the legendary Retallack Lodge (located in the Selkirk Mountains of BC, Canada) had teamed up with well-known trail builder Riley McIntosh to begin the process of opening the famed ski territory for summer time mountain biking. So when an email from one of the Lodge’s trail […]

Mountain-Bike Revelation in Revelstoke

10.12.2011

Words and photography by Bruno Long As I watch the rain fall outside my window, I know that freezing levels are also falling and the snow line, which has most people in Revelstoke thinking of deep snow and the return of La Niña, is creeping down towards our steep valley bottom. As most residents look […]

Bike Bible Team Does Zombie Squirrel Alleycat

10.09.2011

Photos: Dan Barham Words: Bad Vlad and the Apparatchiks Bike magazine’s Bible crew was lucky enough to stumble upon Brevard, North Carolina’s ‘Zombie Squirrel’ Alleycat Race—a celebration of bikes, beer, brains and bar chords. The inimitable DFB was there to capture the undead action.

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