Cody Gessel introduces the updated Deity Cryptkeeper frame with this cocktail of tight jeans, concrete blasting and dirt jumping.
Members of the Smith mountain bike team sent it down to New Zealand to explore the south island, ride single track, destroy an RV, forge storms and have run-ins with the local law.
Jerome's riding isn't just fast–it's impeccable.
Loic and Loris travel out to New Zealand with new team rider Finn and then race the first World Cup in Lourdes, France.
The June issue of Bike hits newsstands today, just in time to fire you up for one of the first weekends of the season in many parts of the country.
Easton has gone wide with their new Heist wheelsets.
SRAM's RAIL line now goes two deep with the RAIL 50 and the new RAIL 40 announced here.
There were plenty of tricky turns on the Crankworx Rotorua Enduro course, but this one was a total crashfest.
What's really incredible is how much fun the FEST guys make these jumps look, when in reality us mere mortals would be soiling ourselves on the roll-in.
Knee pads seem to come in two flavors these days: stormtrooper hardshell and minimalist knee condom. Alpinestars Paragon fit comfortably within the latter niche. The Paragon, however, offers more protection than you might guess.
What do you do when you quit world cup racing and go back to a "normal" life? Well, if you're ex-world cup rider Ben Baker you get a full-time job and become the fastest weekend warrior on the trail.
Two friends head to Utah's Gooseberry Mesa to explore the trail and take in some nature.
This sub-$3000 bike packs a lot of value. But how did it perform on trail?
Episode 4 of Mind the Gap: The Making of unReal takes us into British Columbia's dusty interior with World Cup downhill racers Stevie Smith and Brook MacDonald. For years, Stevie has dreamed of riding a wide-open track where he could drift into corners at full speed. For Brook and Stevie, this one-of-a-kind track is what mountain bike dreams are made of.
Somehow Juice Lubes convinced Wyn Masters to forego the flip-flops and actually wear shoes for this wheelie-filled edit.
Opening day for the Whistler Bike Park is May 2nd, which is less than a week away, and warm weather at lower elevations allowed the trail crew to get after it earlier than ever this year.
Steve Peat and Claudio Clauori take to the hill in Lenzerheide to lay the groundwork for what will surely be a ripping World Cup track.
This place is a mountain biker’s paradise, but at first glance you wouldn’t know it. For the most part, the 150-plus miles of single and doubletrack that stretch between the towns of Mendocino and Fort Bragg see little recreational use–and even less fanfare.
Check out these Sea Otter Dual Slalom highlights from EpicTV, and then make sure to flip through our photo gallery, if you haven't already.
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