BC Bike Race Day Two – Welcome to the “Powell Riviera”

The BC Bike Race’s time in Powell River is the lengthiest and the loveliest.

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Blueprint: 29+ and 27.5+ Bikes – Innovation or Industry Scam?


What's the deal with 27.5+ and 29+? Why is the bike industry suddenly pushing another new wheel size? And, most importantly, is it worth your time and money? Get your answers in this latest video installment of our Blueprint series.

Bikepacking The Black Canyon Trail


Wade Simmons, Geoff Gulevich, Brian Vernor, Alex Cogger and Andreas Hestler head out on a bikepacking advendure aboard Rocky's new 27+ Sherpa.

First Ride: Rotor Q-Ring


Oval chainrings are nothing new, but single-ring drivetrains may breath new life into the asymmetric design.

A Day with Shred Optics Riders Mike Montgomery and Luca Cometti


Shred Optics riders Mike Montgomery and Luca Cometti spend a day flowing some trails and messing around on their bikes.

First Look: Rotor INpower Rex Cranks


A look at Rotor's new power meter-enabled INpower Rex cranks.

First Look: Shimano XT M8000


Shimano announced the completely redesigned XT M8000 group today, which borrows numerous technologies from XTR M9000, including 11-speed shifting for single, double and triple chainring setups, and features a new 11-42-tooth cassette.

Common Ground


Exploring the growing mountain bike culture on the Hawaiian island of Kauai, from lush tropical trails to the local race scene and the shop that holds it all together.

Recovery: Miranda Miller


After breaking both arms last year, World Cup downhiller Miranda Miller is putting in work to come back in better shape than before.

Nicholi Rogatkin is the 2015 Vienna Air King


The 2015 Vienna Air King competition was ruled by American Nicholi Rogatkin.

Chromag Rootdown Review | Dual Tester


You don’t need to read the Chromag logo to recognize that this 29er hardtail measures wins in units of fun, not on the stopwatch.

Chris Akrigg’s Bread and Butter


Chris Akrigg is no average rider, but even the most talented bike handlers have "average" rides. Chris takes us out on one of his regular, everyday trail rips and finds some funky setups to conquer along the way.

The Syndicate – Episode One: Injuries, Rehab and Lourdes


In the first episode of The Syndicate, we get a look into the team's preparation for the 2015 season and see how Ratboy and Minnaar dealt with their injuries at the Lourdes World Cup.

Lourdes World Cup Highlights


If you only have time to watch one Lourdes World Cup video, this is the one–fast and loose riding, crashes, metal and a good look at what went down.

First Look: SR Suntour Axon Werx 20″ Fork


SR Suntour's new Axon Werx 20" fork is grom-optimized so you and your little shredder can geek out together.

The Web Monkey Speaks: P-Funk, Fish Sauce and Disc Brakes


What do fermented fish paste, the funky strains of George Clinton and disc brakes on road bikes have in common? Everything.

The Run that Won: Gwin’s Impeccable Ride at Lourdes


Aaron Gwin's Winning Run at Lourdes is proof that loose isn't necessarily fast: the American looks to be back to his Gwinning ways with the composure and pace that made him dominant in 2011 and 2012.

Results: Lourdes World Cup 2015 DH Finals


The battle is over in Lourdes, France. Here are the results.

55 Seconds of Lourdes Carnage


Brutal crashes and hucks to flat from the qualification round on the rough and rowdy Lourdes World Cup track.

Results: Lourdes World Cup Qualifying 2015


It isn't even race day and the drama has already begun to unfold in Lourdes.

Sharing the Pacific Crest Trail


The Pacific Crest Trail Reassessment Initiative seeks to reverse the US Forest Service's outdated prohibition of bikes along a treasured trail.

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