The second installation of Al-ASS-ka or bust follows The Angry Singlespeeder as he makes his way from Reno to Bend on his way to the Singlespeed Worlds in Alaska.
Inspired by the Red Bull Rampage, Carson Storch rides his hand-crafted trails in Bend, Oregon.
New shoe line utilizes Shimano's new TORBAL (torsional balance) technology; improves protection.
If you think of 29er hardtails as being the domain of featherweight race whips, the TransAm 29 steps right up and dispels that stereotype. Yes, it’s a 29er. A steel 29er at that. This, however, is no crusty throwback to yesteryear.
This bike tears up technical climbs with a relentless agility, and is almost as remorseless on steep descents filled with rocks, roots and sizeable drops–despite having a steepish 70.6-degree headtube angle.
Red Bull Rampage returns to Utah September 26-28 and tickets are on-sale now.
Kurt Sorge and fellow riders go kamikaze in "Going Hoff, Ep. 2."
The new BMC Speedfox packs in the vital features demanded by those seeking high quality, the latest technology, and most important, pure enjoyment.
NiteRider Technical Lighting Systems unveils the 2015 bicycle light line showcasing new products, slight boosts in lumen outputs and decreases in pricing of popular lights.
Each year, the world's best head to Les 2 Alpes to compete in the European Crankworx event. This year saw a first-time win and three-year reigning champion.
What really sets British Columbia apart from the rest of the world? It's trail access, as well as land-managers who support the building of new trails.
Juliana Bicycles’ 2015 line of bikes shows that the commitment the brand first pledged to the women’s market a year ago remains a serious one.
There are four Kona Hei Hei models–two very affordable aluminum models and two carbon versions. Our $4,000 Hei Hei Deluxe is quipped with a carbon frame.
Jason Sager and Wendy Simms win the stage; Kris Sneddon and Lea Davison for over-all, after the finish of the British Columbia Bike Race day 7.
British Columbia Bike Race day 6, held at Squamish, finished with Barry Wicks on top of the podium, followed by Kris Sneddon and Spencer Paxson.
Today’s course had both old-school style trail riding, mixed with newer style flow-trails heavily influenced by the dirt sculpting faction of mountain biking.
The Spot Brand Cream SS is reportedly the most advanced, highly engineered titanium bike on the market. It also costs $8700.
It's time to get dressed up–both the bike an the rider–for the annual Show and Shine Loonie Race at Whistler.
In "This is Peaty," season 3, episode 3, Steve Peat and the crew gets us up to speed on the World Cup season. They revisit Cairns, walk through the Fort William course and speak about the "bike park" terrain of Leogang, where Josh "Ratboy" Bryceland took home his first win.
The Queen stage of the British Columbia Bike Race, from Earls Cove to Sechelt, is often the most revealing of all the stages.