Taking Pemberton by Storm with James Doerfling and Sid Slotegraaf

Doerfling and Slotegraaf huck themselves down some of the gnarlier terrain around Pemberton, BC.

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Trailer: The Rider and The Wolf


The Rider and The Wolf is the story of Mike the Bike, the Mountain Bike Hall of Fame cyclist who disappeared without a trace in Colorado.

BDS 2015 Round One – Ae Forest


An unpredictable and short course made for some wild riding and good spectating at Round One of the British Downhill Series in Ae Forest, Scotland.

Kali Maya Review | Trail Test


At $99, the feature-packed Maya is one of the least-expensive all-mountain lids available, so I put it to the test to see if it’s worth one of your hard-earned benjamins.

2014 Men’s World Cup Downhill Recap


World Cup Downhill season is kicking off this weekend in Lourdes, France, which means it's time to brush up on your downhill knowledge. Here's a quick look back at what happened in the Elite Men's class last season.

2016 RockShox Suspension Updates


RockShox recently announced the addition of Boost 148 and Plus-size compatibility to their 2016 line of suspension, and this morning we received another release with info on some smaller, devil's in the details-type upgrades.

Twin Six Standard review


Twin Six, an alternative-style cycling apparel company out of Minneapolis, Minnesota, surprised just about everyone last year when it announced its entrance into the bike manufacturing business.

The new Kali Shiva full face


Kali's new Shiva full face is claimed to be the lightest and smallest DOT-certified helmet, weighing in at a paltry 1050 grams.

Recap: 2014 Women’s World Cup Downhill


With the UCI World Cup Downhill series kicking off this weekend in Lourdes, France, it's time to brush up on your downhill knowledge. Here's a quick, action-packed review of what happened in the Elite Women's class in 2014.

Lourdes World Cup DH preview


It's not Claudio Caluori, but it is good POV footage of the gnarly track in Lourdes, France that will play host to the first World Cup DH race of the season.

British Downhill Series highlights: Ae Forest


Round one of the British Downhill Series went down in Ae Forest, Scotland. It was a mucky one, though the track had dried out a bit by the time the racing started.

Wonder Underground: Inside the Mega Cavern Bike Park


They were the strangest directions in the history of driving. “Take a right before the Wendy’s and the Kmart. Keep going straight, follow the signs, and you’ll come to four big holes in the earth. Drive into the third hole from the left. Look for lights at about one o’clock, and drive toward the light.”

Ripping Rotorua with the Commencal/Vallnord Enduro Team


The Commencal/Vallnord enduro team gets out for a rip on the perfectly tacky dirt of Rotorua, NZ.

Easter – Slawek Lukasik


Slawek Lukasik has his priorities in order: just because it's Easter and he's on his way to church doesn't mean he can't get a rip in.

Dream Builds | Scott Contessa Genius 700


A look at Bike editor Nicole Formosa's Scott Contessa Genius 700 Dream Build.

New Mountain Bike Speed Record set at 138 mph


At 7:38 am on March 28th, 54-year-old Frenchman Eric Barone broke his own mountain bike speed record on a nearly vertical snow track in Vars, France.

The Pro’s Closet: Myles Rockwell’s 1998 Cannondale Fulcrum


2000 World Cup Downhill Champion Myles Rockwell and master bicycle restorer Tasshi Dennis take a nostalgic look at the Volvo/Cannondale downhill bike that Myles raced on in 1998. It features a pretty wild drivetrain, and the fork is the predecessor of Cannondale's Lefty design.

Polygon shredding in Seattle


A good loamy Seattle shred on Polygon's Collosus N9.

In the know – Ryan Howard


Style master and whip-off winner Ryan Howard serves up a fresh can of loamy whup-ass on the trail in this video.

First Look: SRAM GX Drivetrain Components


The new SRAM GX drivetrain is actually three different drivetrains, which come in 1x11, 2x11 and 2x10 varieties. The idea behind SRAM GX is to bring 1x11 performance and technology formerly restricted to the more expensive XX1 and X01 groups to a more affordable price point.

News: The Inside Line on Portland’s River View MTB ban


What does Charlie Sponsol have to say about Portland's decision to ban mountain biking at River View Natural Area? The voice behind the Team Robot blog doesn't mince words in this in-depth interview with the professional racer and trail advocate.

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