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News: Drift Unveils New Ghost-S POV Camera

11.20.2013

Drift Innovation unveiled the Ghost-S today—their latest and “most powerful” action sports camera to date. What does “most powerful” actually mean? In this case, better battery life, improved low-light performance, higher quality video and a ton of new features. Here are the details.

Exclusive: One (More) for the Road

11.20.2013

The upcoming December issue of Bike Magazine includes "Angel's Share", an exploration of Scotland's singletrack and single malt whisky. There is, of course, a story behind that story...and here it is.

News: Iconic Images Up for Grabs

11.20.2013

We're selling 42 of the most iconic images to have ever graced the pages of BIke Magazine. This is your chance to nab some for yourself. Best of all--the proceeds all go to support WORCA and the great trail work they perform around Whistler.

First Impressions: 2014 Crankbrothers Iodine Wheels

11.19.2013

Crankbrothers makes some much needed tweaks to their wheel offerings for 2014, with redesigned Cobalt, Iodine and Opium lines.

News: A Nod to the Man Who Changed It All

11.19.2013

We may mock the Sting-Ray today--the goofy Ape Hanger bars, the banana seats, the requisite tassles and flower basket... This bike, however, laid the foundation for BMX and mountain biking. Here's a nod of respect to the children's chopper and the man who created it.

Totem: Detail Devil

11.19.2013

On the outside, Tinker Juarez looks like Mr. Laidback. But his signature dreads and mellow demeanor belie a world-class athlete’s focus on details. When Tinker began racing mountain bikes, he became obsessed with the composition of parts on his bikes—especially a specific model of Look clipless pedals that were big, chunky and very red....

News: December Issue Soon to Hit the Street

11.18.2013

The December issue of Bike Magazine will soon hit the streets and it's full of stories and reviews that'll be the cause of countless deadlines missed, meetings skipped and pet cats left unfed. Our apologies to your cat. Here's a peek at the goods in the upcoming issue.

Tested: Shimano Winter Shoes

11.18.2013

If you are a mountain biking junkie, winter riding doesn’t have to mean losing your toes. Not with the Shimano MW81 at least.

Tested: Mavic Notch Helmet

11.17.2013

At 320 grams, the Mavic lid comes in right where you’d expect, based on the amount of coverage it offers.

Video: “Hills of Home” Teaser

11.16.2013

This might be the first teaser I've seen for a cross-country video in...I dunno, forever and then some, really. The production value on "Hills of Home" looks impressive; it makes watching a U23 racer in Lycra (Pirmin Kuss) shredding Schwarzwald singletrack on his hardtail look downright cool, whirch frankly, is no small feat. Viva the variety.

Video: Fall Follow

11.16.2013

Germans catch air, fall leaves drift to the ground...shredding ensues.

Video: “Not Bad for 10-Year Olds”

11.15.2013

To celebrate their decade aboard Specialized bikes, Matt Hunter and Darren Berrecloth have teamed up with legendary photographer Sterling Lorence to capture more of the iconic imagery which has established them at the top of the freeride world. Here's a video showcasing that effort and chronicling a decade of great riding.

Tested: Specialized S-Works Enduro 29er

11.15.2013

I really hate 29ers. I think they are for old men to ride when they’re not playing golf. I’m sure that’s why I got the assignment to test the highly anticipated 29-inch Specialized S-Works Enduro Carbon....

Dirty Words: Take Me Home, Unpaved Roads

11.15.2013

November is one of the best times for riding gravel roads here in Virginia. The nearby Horse Country has a long history of unpaved roads that are great for riding a nice horse with a comfortable trot or a comfortable bike with a smooth grind over pea gravel. The bike has an advantage because it doesn’t eat expensive winter hay and grain.

Long-Term Test: Syntace W35 MX Wheelset

11.14.2013

There are wide rims. There are very wide rims. And then there are the Syntace W35 MXs. With a sprawling internal width of 28.5 millimeters, these lightweight, all-mountain rims are a good 4 millimeters wider than what you’ll find on many downhill hoops.

Video: Kelly McGarry’s 72-foot Canyon Gap POV

11.14.2013

That 72-foot canyon gap? It's here. Watch the helmet cam footage from Kelly McGarry's 2nd place run at Red Bull Rampage 2013.

News: Score a Ride with Santa Cruz Bicycles & the Syndicate

11.13.2013

Thirty percent off any Santa Cruz Bicycles model you want? Ride with the Syndicate in Santa Cruz? VIP tickets to the premier of Steve Peat's new movie? Online retailer, The Clymb, is offering all that, but it's happening in just a few days--you have to jump on this now.

Exclusive: Lasting Bond

11.13.2013

If you’ve ever worked In a bike shop, or paid a shop to work on your bike, you’ve benefited from Bradley Reid’s craftsmanship. Not that you would ever know it. Reid, 65, is one of the mountain-bike industry’s unsung heroes.

Video: Wink Grant–Insight

11.13.2013

Wink’s definitely quiet, and it might be cliché to say this, but he lets his riding do the talking. He’s quietly established himself as one of the most stylish riders in mountain biking. Contests seem to go a long way towards determining your reputation on the bike these days, but Wink’s managed to do this without the exposure that a big slope-style result brings.

Video: Tyler McCaul’s God Luck and Good Speed

11.13.2013

Crashes, fireworks, big tricks, boobs and good times. A montage to challenge all montages...

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