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Spring is here and the May issue of Bike is out just in time to fuel your fire for the riding season. Many of the pages of this issue are devoted to some of mountain biking’s most-passionate souls, the riders who give their all to building trails in their small corner of the world, creating a community of riders in an unlikely place or pushing the design boundaries of the bikes we love to ride.

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Matt Jones | Dirt Life, Ep. 9

12.15.2014

Matt Jones went trippin’ to New Zealand and ripped up a bunch of spots, including the famous Gorge Road Jump Park.

The Web Monkey Speaks: Time is Cruel

12.15.2014

People wax poetic about "classic" bikes and parts. I am not one of them. I’m not saying there’s no value to the past. I appreciate the artistry that made those old components a reality and I love the memories that come flooding back to me whenever I see some cool, rare quirky piece of mountain biking history, but do I actually want to ride that crap? Hell no.

Ladlife

12.14.2014

Ladlife 2014: featuring Ratboy, Peaty, soggy tracks, revealing spandex, sexual mimicry, and more!

12 Days of Christmas: Giro Helmets and Apparel

12.14.2014

There's no better way to show someone you love them than by keeping their noggin safe.

Iconic – San Francisco by trail

12.14.2014

Karl Johnson takes us on his singletrack commute to and from work in San Francisco.

Valentina Höll: new talent

12.14.2014

Valentina Holl is a 13 year old up-and-comer with serious bike handling abilities. By the looks of it she’ll be one to watch out for in the coming years.

12 Days of Christmas: Sony Action Cam

12.13.2014

The Action Cam has some amazing features, like built-in GPS, so you can track your rides–you can even overlay the GPS track over your footage.

Juan Mendiolagoitia – Galicia

12.13.2014

Follow Juan Mendiolagoitia and company on a rip through the forests of Galicia, Spain.

Kilian Bron | 2014 Showreel

12.13.2014

Kilian Bron's 2014 showreel is full of fast riding in locations all over the map.

Commencal World Cup Recap

12.13.2014

Follow the Commencal riding addiction team through their 2014 World Cup downhill season.

Makken Haugen | Shaken and Stirred

12.12.2014

Looks like this dude had a rough season, and “rough season” takes on new meaning when you’re riding events like Rampage and the FEST series. Some how Makken Haugen managed to put out this rager of an edit — despite some brutal slams.

12 Days of Christmas: Bontrager Jackalope Fatbike Wheels

12.12.2014

Get fat this holiday season without gaining a pound.

Eric Porter’s backyard paradise

12.12.2014

Pro rider Eric Porter moved to Northern Utah several years ago because he saw the boundless potential of the area's varied terrain. As a mountain biker, he knew the region's diversity would give him limitless outlets for exploration. And he started in his own backyard.

Teaser: Church Two

12.12.2014

ZfH productions teases its next edit, Church Two

Danny MacAskill rides the Alpe Adria Trail

12.11.2014

Follow Danny MacAskill on a European adventure with plenty of creative trials and trail riding along the way.

Danny Hart Interview

12.11.2014

Mr. Hart sits down with Dirt and talks Schwalbe Procore, off-season riding, World Champs, and about his big sponsorship change for 2015.

Palmer’s Picks: SRAM Guide RSC

12.11.2014

After nine months on at least 15 sets of Guide brakes, our staff hasn't seen one single failure. We haven't even needed to bleed one yet. I'd say SRAM has gone and made the best brake they ever have–and then some.

Tested: Easton Haven 27.5 Wheelset

12.11.2014

There are lighter wheels on the market and a few that are lighter and less expensive, but I haven’t found any of them to be as durable as the Easton Haven. That’s why I continue to run these things, even though I’d love to see them grow wider in the future. Looking for a solid all-mountain wheel set? Check this out.

Crankworx Rotorua Preview

12.11.2014

Crankworx Rotorua will take place at Skyline Gravity Park on New Zealand's North Island on March 25-29. Looks like the terrain will be all-time.

Into the Dirt: Battling the Elements in Iceland

12.10.2014

There aren’t many places that can be described as “epic” without being hyperbolic. But if you can’t use the “e-word” to describe the landscapes in this video, then I don’t know when you can.

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