A good knee or elbow guard review really could be as simple as, “they work, they’re comfortable and they haven’t fallen apart – done.” In that respect, my first impression is that Race Face nailed it with the Ambush knee and Indy Elbow guards.
Coffee. As you know, we’re pretty obsessed with the stuff. Like, our little world pretty much comes to a screeching halt without it. Also, we get a little cranky. The Bicycle Coffee Company is on our team. And yours! Based in Oakland, they hand-roast their beans in small batches. Currently, they’re cooking up beans from […]
liv/Giant started from scratch with its women’s line for 2014, developing the bikes from the ground up, all based around the ever-more-popular 27.5-inch wheel size. That means unique geometry, colorways and graphics and factory molds cast specifically for women’s frames, an investment few brands are making.
Yes, the entire bicycle industry is celebrating itself this week in the wonderful town of Las Vegas, Nevada. (If you don’t like this ridiculous city, you’re taking yourself far too seriously.) We thought it might be a good exercise to take a quick peek back at some of the things to be seen at the […]
There are actually 11 Stumpjumper FSR bikes and three frame-only options to choose from, ranging in price from $2,900 to $9,500. The back-in-black model here—the Expert Carbon EVO 29er—is the angry, pissed off member of the sprawling Stumpjumper family. Here are our first impressions, straight from the dirt, here at Interbike 2013.
The Yeti SB66c has been called a "quiver-killer". Of course, that's been said of a lot of bikes, but is there another ultra-light, six pound all mountain bike that has been raced to a World Cup DH podium? Nope. The Yeti SB66c is a rare bike, no doubt about it--light and efficient enough to tackle all-day climbs, yet capable of smoothing the ugliest lines on technical descents.
Wet, brutal...the rain hit the ground hard in Hafjell on Sunday and so did a hell of a lot of good riders. Here's a snapshot of the carnage, the sorrow and the glory in yesterday's round of World Cup DH racing. Here, in short, are the Hafjell highlights.
Just when you thought trials riding was impressive, but not terribly relevant to actually getting out and riding trails, Chris Akrigg comes out with this video that shows just how much better your daily ride could be if you had half of the man's skills. A very cool video.
Bike, helmet, flat repair, food, lights, extra layers—those were about all I thought I could possibly require (save for a bit of hooch in case the mercury looked like it was going take a plunge) before heading out on a two-wheeled adventure. But then I moved to the City by the Bay. Starting each ride […]
Martyn Ashton, international mountain bike trials legend, suffered a life-changing injured during a trials demo on September 1st. Here's the update on Ashton's status and current plans for the future.
Steve Peat along with #allthelads take you own a flat-out run down the 2013 Hafjell world cup track.
Interested in a chance at Mark Cavendish’s World Championship jersey? No? Well, then how about Ryder Hesjedal’s 2012 Maglia Rosa—or Andy Hampsten’s white jersey from the 1986 Tour de France (complete with the foie gras stain sustained during a food fight between Hampsten’s La Vie Claire teammates).