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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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Sea Otter 2015 Dual Slalom – In Photos

The annual dual slalom competition is the most-anticipated race of the Sea Otter Classic weekend for many spectators, and on the festival’s 25th anniversary, the event did not disappoint.

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James Doerfling | Silent trail ninja

01.07.2015

Any video with James Doerfling is bound to be packed with buffed, booter-laiden trails and big mountain lines. This edit put together by Doerfling’s longtime sponsor, Lizard Skins, is no exception.

Soaked in Squamish

01.07.2015

Kevin Landry gets soaked riding some dark and moody Squamish singletrack.

Sony Releases Updated Action Cam

01.06.2015

Sony Electronics today announced the new 4k Action Cam, and it features a host of upgrades from its predecessor.

Church Two

01.06.2015

It's January. Winter vibes have descended upon us. The nonsensical daylight savings time has drastically limited the amount of sessions for those on the full time workweek grind. Night riding is an option but it just doesn’t provide the same sense of satisfaction. But we are lucky in North Carolina.

White Trails 6

01.06.2015

Proof that you don’t need much to make a rad edit — this one is self filmed with awesome shots of snow getting roosted and blown around as the rider blasts snow-dusted trails.

Yeti SB6C | 2015 Bible of Bike Tests Roundtable Reels

01.05.2015

Light, confident and capable–Yeti's new 'super bike' is a better climber and descender than its predecessor, and, quite frankly, much of the competition.

Transition Patrol: Up and Down Squamish

01.05.2015

This video has everything you could want in a mountain bike edit: steep, wet, root and rock-laden trails being absolutely shredded by a ripper on a trail bike. Make sure to watch to 2:18 for a big through-the-trees gap. In this case, Sid Slotegraaf rides some sloppy Squamish trail on his Transition Patrol.

The Web Monkey Speaks: Mean Streets

01.05.2015

How safe are our streets? The good news--the risk of being plowed down by cars has declined over the years. The bad news? When you ride the street, you still have a target on your back and the legal system still isn't doing enough to protect you.

Ian Morrison shreds Whistler on the Devinci Spartan

01.05.2015

Whistler ripper/raconteur Ian Morrison investigates all sides of the multi-skilled Devinci Spartan in a whip-heavy edit that’ll send your head snapping.

Unicycling on technical BC trails

01.04.2015

This doesn’t look fun, but it is definitely impressive. This crew of talented unicyclists are ripping BC trails that are technical even on a proper bicycle.

A tribute to South African legend Burry Stander

01.03.2015

The Absa Cape Epic pays tribute to Burry Stander on the second anniversary of his death.

South West new blood

01.03.2015

'South West new blood' features two unknown shredders from the South West UK. These dudes have talent and a clear willingness to go big.

Elliot Heap – Not another winter video

01.03.2015

Elliot Heap is 16 and absolutely kills it! Huge hucks to flat, drifted corners, and whips everywhere in this edit from Caldwell Visuals.

Sam Pilgrim: Dedham Trails – Back to life

01.03.2015

If you’ve ever spent hours on end digging and shaping and riding trails, you’ve also probably experienced the destruction of trails, often because a landowner decides they can’t risk the liability. In this video Sam Pilgrim and friends have rebuilt an old, previously destroyed set of trails and get right down to sessioning them.

The 2015 Bible of Bike Tests is here

01.02.2015

The world's foremost mountain-bike gear guide—Bike magazine's 2015 Bible of Bike Tests—hits newsstands today, providing you with the definitive overview of the most important new bikes and gear for 2015.

Digital Feature: The Pacific NorthBest

01.02.2015

Central Oregon boasts some of the best mountain biking in the state with a vast range of trails and climates–from primitive singletrack slicing through lush old-growth forests in Oakridge and McKenzie Bridge to a berm-lover's dream in Bend's high-desert tundra.

Cody Kelley rides an exposed lake

01.02.2015

One of the very few upsides of reduced rainfall is that bizarre, somewhat martian landscapes have been exposed and are potentially rideable. Here Cody Kelley rolls some high-consequence slabs which were previously underwater somewhere near Brighton Resort in Utah’s Wasatch mountains.

Tested: Primal Wear Fusion Thermal Jacket | $120

01.01.2015

If you remember Primal Wear as the company with the obnoxious, print jerseys, you might be surprised to find just how subtle many of their newer pieces are. The Fusion is a nice..and sleek... bit of kit.

Peak to Creek: Episode 5

01.01.2015

With the corridor cleared and a plan in place, meet the full build crew as they descend upon Retallack lodge. watch as the crew battles stubborn stumps and chases elusive dirt as they put in the first 3km of the Peak to Creek trail.

Deity: “Average Days” with DJ Brandt

01.01.2015

Take a ride with DJ Brandt as he gets loose on his Cryptkeeper in the latest edit by Deity..."Average Days!"

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