The vast network of singletrack in Breckenridge, Colorado, is one of the resort town’s best assets. But it might never have taken shape if not for an unlikely coalition of hippies, conservative lawyers and visionary land developers.
You don't know who they are, but at every UCI race during the summer you can pick out a handful of racers who aren't on the podium–or even in the top ten–but are truly riding as fast and loose as they possibly can, teetering on the brink of destruction for their shot at glory.
People say things online that they’d never, ever say in real life. Safe in the comfort of their cubicle or basement, the trolls deliver e-beatdowns to anyone who disagrees with their opinions--and other people lap it up. Here's why that's true...
The Andes Pacifico Enduro went off a few weeks back in Chile. It was a challenging race, with competitors racing blind on technical and loose tracks in often extreme heat.
I've lost track of all the cities I've towed the Dakine Split Roller through, but I can tell you this-when it comes to packing a godawful lot of gear and humping it from terminal to terminal without herniating a disc, it's hard to beat Dakine's old standby.
Whether or not you want it, mid-fat, plus-size bikes are coming - and soon. Yet another indication of this oncoming storm of "goldilocks" and "middle ground" marketing babble is this announcement of Fox's bread-and-butter Float 34 designed for chubby tires.
This is burly. Sedona's White Line trail is every bit as high-consequence as it looks, with a near-vertical drop off the edge if you blow the corner or slide out.
Round one of the 2015 Scottish Enduro Series went down on the steep and sloppy trails of Innerleithen.
A split-personality trail bike, the Trigger rips uphill like an XC bike in short-travel mode and levels descents when flipped to full-travel. The tradeoff for this multiple personality is that it needs to be switched from mode to mode to get the best out of it, and comes with an attendant level of heightened complexity.