“American made” and “full suspension” can’t usually be used in reference to the same bike. But the 650b, all-mountain Durango Moonshine is an exception.
FAT FREE came out of a few days of experimenting and shredding the Blizzard in BC's coastal mountains. It opened all our eyes to the spectacular terrain that's available for fat biking, and it proved to us that the only limitations for these bikes are our own preconceived notions.
President Obama signed the annual defense spending act into law last Friday, and along with it, a bill that accomplishes the near impossible–adjusting a 50-year-old wilderness area boundary line to allow access to mountain bikers.
Matt Hunter, professional mountain biker and adventure seeker, finds inspiration traveling the world, exploring new trails and having unique experiences that could only happen on a bike. Matt’s latest adventure brought him, along with photographer Sterling Lorence and videographer Matt Miles, to one of the most culturally rich and largely underrated riding spots in the world—Japan.
The perfect place to ride isn’t some exotic locale, loaded with hundreds of miles of singletrack. Sure, we all wish we could live in Whistler or Moab or Finale Ligure, but most of us don’t and never will. The best place, then, is the place you ride most often. The place that soaks up your blood and sweat. The place where you suffer defeat one day and come back swinging the next.
The California Enduro Series (CES) is pleased to announce the 2015 race schedule and promises another great year of Enduro racing. In its third year, CES proves its commitment to growing this popular cycling sport by expanding its schedule to include additional fun and challenging venues, offering more race categories, and maintaining equal pro payout to both men and women for series overall top placement.
From the UK to California, the whole Mongoose crew helped deliver a holiday miracle in this edit. On his way to drop off the very last package of the year Santa gets a little too excited riding trails that he gets a flat and can’t finish the job. So what does he do?
Manon Carpenter's stellar success in 2014 marked a high point on a journey that started back in the Welsh valleys and has been clearly mapped out with a Junior World Cup and World Championships, Elite World Cup Podiums and everything in between. The pressure may now be on for repeat success in 2015 and some may call 2014 luck, but in the words of Manon "You make your own luck".