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The Web Monkey Speaks: A “Bike-Friendly” city? Let’s redefine that

If cities want to earn that hallowed “bike friendly” badge, they have to dig deep. They have to confront some stereotypes they might have about mountain bikers being knuckle-dragging troglodytes. They need to open up those trails. You can’t call yourself “bike friendly” while crapping on us mountain bikers.

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Crankworx Rotorua Whip-Off video

03.25.2015

Sideways madness from Crankworx Rotorua.

Crankworx Rotorua Whip-Off Highlights

03.25.2015

The latest addition to the Crankworx mountain-bike festival tour, Crankworx Rotorua, kicked off with the Whip-Off Champs, and things got rude.

On call with the BikePark Wales Trail Crew

03.25.2015

The BikePark Wales Trail Crew is tasked with keeping their trails clean, clear and rideable–and they take their job very seriously.

Riding Surrey with Brendan Fairclough | SCOTT

03.25.2015

Brendan Fairclough travels around the world riding his bike, but his home in Surrey is still his top choice when it comes to trails.

Dan Wolfe – Welcome to Vitus Bikes

03.25.2015

Irish National Enduro Champion Dan Wolfe will be competing in the first EWS round during Crankworx in Rotorua, and shredded some Queenstown trail beforehand for this fast-paced edit.

Crankworx World Tour set to kick off in Rotorua

03.24.2015

Crankworx Rotorua is set to begin in a matter of hours, with many of the world's best riders descending on the north island of New Zealand.

Gear: Taipei Cycle Show

03.24.2015

The Taipei Cycle show wrapped this past Saturday, with brands displaying a host of products that hint at trends to come, either at next month’s Sea Otter Classic in Monterey, California, or later this year.

Eliot Jackson tears up Queenstown

03.24.2015

Eliot Jackson left the California winter for the picturesque landscape of New Zealand to rip it apart on his Pivot Cycles Phoenix Carbon DH.

POV: Rémy Absalon and Pierre-Charles Georges ride Rude Rock

03.24.2015

Rémy Absalon and Pierre-Charles Georges blast down the famous Rude Rock trail in Queenstown, New Zealand.

Henry Fitzgerald | Easy Rider

03.23.2015

Henry Fitzgerald puts his Kona Process 153 to the test on some loamy and technicals tracks.

Team InFocus – Shredding Saalbach

03.23.2015

Team InFocus samples the goods at the Saalbach bikepark in Austria, finding fun trails for downhill and trail bikes alike.

Devinci training day | Azores

03.23.2015

Devinci/Alltricks.com enduro racers Damien Oton and Theo Galy spent a bit of time getting fit on the ripping singletrack of Portugal's Azores islands.

Diamondback Mission 2 | 2015 Bible of Bike Tests

03.23.2015

With its overbuilt pivots, supple suspension feel and good pedaling support, this burly bike should offer years of service to aspiring rippers.

George Brannigan full throttle in Queenstown

03.22.2015

Crankworx is still a few days away, and with George Brannigan on the loose there might not be any berms left in all of New Zealand by the time it rolls around.

Dream Builds | Trek Fuel EX 29

03.22.2015

Gear Editor Ryan Palmer shows off his dream build: a decked-out Trek Fuel EX 29.

Felt Double Double 30 | Double Dare

03.21.2015

How far can you push a fatbike? Pretty far if you're BMX pro Gregor Laucht. Watch Gregor take the Felt Double Double 30 to the powdery streets and slopes of Braunwald, Switzerland.

Hardtail ripping on the Transition TransAM

03.21.2015

Few people know better than Transition bikes designer just how complex modern full suspension bikes can be, especially compared to the hardtails we used to ride. He also knows that getting out on a simple mountain bike is good for the soul, like hitting the reset button with a shot of espresso.

2015 Taipei International Cycle Show

03.20.2015

The 2015 Taipei International Cycle Show was busy, with 1,104 companies showing their newest product. But talk of the new 27.5-plus standard stole the show.

GT Sensor X Pro | 2015 Bible of Bike Tests

03.20.2015

A burly concoction from GT, praised for its pedaling efficiency, praised for its descending ability, and targeted for, or better yet, tailor-made for shredders.

Upstream: Vertriders in the Engadin

03.20.2015

Sandwiched in between two layers of clouds, riders find ridiculously steep lines in the Swiss Alps, and catch some eye-popping views along the way.

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