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Blueprint: 29+ and 27+ Bikes – Innovation or Industry Scam?

What’s the deal with 27+ 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.

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2016 Jamis Dragonslayer 27.5+

What better way to get back to our mountain biking roots than with a steel hardtail? With trail geometry and the added grip and confidence that plus-size tires bring to the table, we imagine the Dragonslayer will be a full-on grin machine.

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Dylan Sheffer: Toonie Time

01.15.2015

Dylan Sheffer goes heavy metal on some shore features that would have many of us soiling our seats, including the infamously burly Toonie Drop. Heads up: this video opens with a brutal slam.

Winter Blues – Matt Jones and Szymon Godziek

01.15.2015

Winter is here, but the session is on at these jumps, with Matt Jones and Szymon Godziek throwing down.

Marcelo Gutierrez – how to win an urban DH race (en Español)

01.15.2015

Hop on board for some POV with Marcelo Gutierrez as he narrates an urban DH run. No hablas Español? You’ll just have to enjoy the high-speed footage sans-narration.

Nick Tingren – Back Home

01.14.2015

Nick Tingren takes his hardtail to some gloomy North Shore tracks in this Chromag edit filmed by Max Berkowitz.

Rocky Mountain Thunderbolt | 2015 Bible of Bike Tests Roundtable Reels

01.14.2015

Rocky Mountain's Thunderbolt proved itself as one of the most capable trail bikes in this year's Bible of Bike. A couple of our testers even pegged it as the most fun of all 36 bikes. Check out the Roundtable Reel review video to see why.

Martin Soderstrom | the road to recovery

01.14.2015

After a huge crash at Crankworx left him with a potentially career-ending injury, Martin Soderstrom was faced with a long recovery before he could get back on his bike. This is the story of his comeback, with footage of him looking plenty fast on a trail bike. Make sure to watch to the end to see Martin take another crack the trick that caused his massive injury.

Peak to Creek: Season Finale

01.14.2015

Geoff Gulevich and Jesse Melamed take the honor of ripping down the freshly-finished trail, smashing corners and catching eye-popping views from the top down.

Aaron Chase gets Les Fat at Highland

01.14.2015

Aaron Chase gets jibby on his Pivot fatbike at Highland Bike Park in New Hampshire. This is without a doubt the most progressive fatbike riding we’ve seen thus far; Aaron makes fat tires look like they were built for the bike park.

Step into the world of Olly Wilkins

01.14.2015

Olly Wilkins is one of the many talented riders who doesn't get nearly enough attention - despite being teammates with Bendan Fairclough and Sam Reynolds. He's a ripper on a bike, and he's also making his mark on the industry as DMR's brand manager.

Coastal Crew | Wetness with Curtis Robinson

01.13.2015

Curtis Robinson takes advantage of winter conditions and makes some noise on his trail bike.

Tested: Mavic Fury Shoe

01.13.2015

Let’s be honest here, my first choice for a mountain bike shoe is not one dubbed as a “pure race shoe.” My bike is a Giant Reign with 6.7 inches of travel and I live for the downhill, so I’ll take any help I can get to counter the squish on climbs. With hopes that the energy transfer of a stiff shoe could move me uphill faster, I stepped into the Mavic Fury.

Alex McAndrew | November

01.13.2015

Vermont shredder Alex McAndrew gets in one of his last rides before tucking the horse away for winter.

Paving a pump track in Thailand

01.12.2015

Velosolutions received a request to build a pump track in Thailand, and the finished product is absolutely stunning.

Salsa Spearfish | 2015 Bible of Bike Tests Roundtable Reels

01.12.2015

Salsa's Spearfish proved one of the most maneuverable XC bikes in this year’s garage, which stood in contrast to the traditionally stable, long-wheelbased trekking machines we usually see from Salsa. But even more surprising was that this bike, which we found so fun and capable, had just 80 millimeters of rear travel.

Trail Doctor | How to pack your bike for a flight

01.12.2015

There's something very authoritative about Trail Doctor Dan Milner's somewhat condescending accent, which makes him the perfect person to teach you how to pack your bike and have it arrive safely for your next riding adventure.

Teams selected for 2015 Enduro World Series

01.12.2015

Twenty-nine official teams have been selected to compete for the coveted world title at the 2015 Enduro World Series. With the addition of an under 21 men's and women's category, the EWS is set up for an exciting season of racing.

Wynward Jam whip-off in Queenstown

01.12.2015

The Wynward Jam looks like it was a pretty righteous time, featuring big lines and everyone’s favorite event on two wheels: the whip-off.

Life on The Brink

01.11.2015

Something about a rugged, 50-mile circuit in Utah's Wasatch Range has secured one man's dying devotion to its hard-fought freedoms.

Chasing the Inca: Adventure in the Peruvian Andes

01.11.2015

Darren Berrecloth, Garett Buehler and Chris Van Dine journey along an ancient Incan road in the Peruvian Andes, encountering rarely-seen ruins and extreme physical challenge, and astonishing singletrack.

Ace Hayden | The Animal

01.11.2015

Ace Hayden blows out some dusty tracks at Sun Peaks in this edit from Lone Wolf Productions.

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