Five New Bikes – Eurobike 2015

A quick look at five new bikes from Transition, Knolly, Cannondale and Liv.

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La Parva SuperDownhill: Nine-Mile DH Race


On April 19th racers in Chile took on the La Parva SuperDownhill, descending over 7000 feet in nine miles.

Happy Mother’s Day from Kitsbow


Kitsbow knows what mom really wants.

Beyond the Bike with Cam McCaul


Always the entertainer, Cam McCaul gives us a look into his life beyond riding and talks about what the future might have in store for him.

Mike Steidley Rides Trials at the Cabo Arch


Journey to the Cabo Arch with 12x US National Champion Mike Steidley.

Fat Summer is Coming – Marco Hösel


Marco Hösel puts his Nicolai fatbike to use on some slushy and muddy springtime terrain.

The Story Behind The Evil Following | Blueprint


It's not the bike anyone expected from Evil. The Following turns convention on its head in many ways. But will riders place their trust in Evil again? Should they? This is the story of both a brand and a bike that are battling their way back into the fold.

Aaron Chase and Adam Hauck Find Lines in a NJ Mine


Aaron Chase has a knack for finding wacky places to ride, and this time he and his partner-in-crime Adam Hauck are riding in and around a mine owned by Hauck's family.

The Sales Acquisition Officer | Transition Ripcord 24″


That department store bike is making your kid miserable.

Bontrager SE4 Team Issue | Beatdown


Bontrager's SE4 Team Issue tire isn't the cheapest around, but good rubber is worth every penny.

Chaos Can’t Be Beautiful | Rockshox


A very beautiful Rockshox advertisement highlighting all the little things we miss while ripping down the trail and pretending that we're Josh Bryceland.

That Flippin’ Five | Orange Bikes


Phil Atwill gives his Orange Five a proper thrashing in the Surrey Hills.

Video: Mountain Creek Bike Park – Opening Day 2015


Saturday, May 2nd was opening day at Mountain Creek Bike Park in Vernon, New Jersey. The bike park formerly known as Diablo offers up a long lift-served season running from May through November with 51 downhill-specific trails and over 10 miles of cross-country singletrack.

Bryn Atkinson – Washington Soul Patrol


Bryn Atkinson is fun to watch, and it doesn't hurt that he usually seems to be riding the loamiest trails around.

Roll Models: Six Wheelsets Put to the Test


We had a nice rim-width progression in this test, ranging from 23 millimeters to 35 millimeters. We used the same tire for each test with the idea that we could focus primarily on rim width, and tested each wheelset back-to-back on the same bike.

Island Hopping in San Diego


The Archipelago ride is a staple of the San Diego mountain-bike scene. This year, the 'Arch' ride tallied 49 miles and nearly 6,000 feet of climbing as it snaked point-to-point from Carlsbad to Mira Mesa, almost all on dirt–a good portion of which was singletrack–in a display of the county's excellent connectivity.

Dean Tennant: Growing Pains


Dean Tennant may be fast and stylish nowadays, but everyone has to start somewhere.

Ryan Condrashoff Rips Marin


Ryan Condrashoff rips up the foggy woods of Marin in this uniquely subdued edit.

The Art of Balance | Thomas Bannister


Eight years ago, a serious crash left Thomas Bannister with a paralyzed right arm. With a lot of perseverance and a couple unique modifications to his bike, Tom now rides one-handed–and fast.

First Impressions: Shimano XT M8000


Shimano's  XT M8000 group won't be hitting shelves until later this summer, but there were several bikes equipped with the parts at the Riva Bike Festival in Italy over the weekend for select journalists to sample.

Peaty’s Steel City Downhill 2015


Peaty's Steel City Downhill is living up to its "biggest little race" slogan, with another big turnout and plenty of shenanigans on both sides of the tape.

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