This (somewhat graphic) video is the second of a three-part series by Smith Optics that brings you through the last few days of the Andes Pacifico Enduro stage race with an unexpected hospital visit to keep things exciting. A blind course makes it an even playing field, but also a game of question on how hard racers should and can push themselves around every turn. Viewer discretion is advised…if you go lightheaded at the sight of blood you SHOULD NOT WATCH the video. If not, take a look for a raw and real view into the highs and lows of enduro racing…
Words || Gary J Boulanger Laurent Patrick Fignon, born August 12, 1960, was a French thunderbolt in the 1980s, winning the Tour de France twice in a row as a young professional in 1983 and ’84. He closed out the decade winning Milan San-Remo back-to-back, in 1988 and ’89, the year he was more famous […]
Afghanistan isn't a place for the faint of heart. But that didn't stop Matt Hunter and the crew from Anthill Films from making the trip while creating their latest film "Forgotten Dirt". We've created our first-ever web magazine dedicated to a feature story. Click here and prepare to get the real story on this first ever riding expedition to one of the most unforgiving and spectacular corners of the world.
For the past month, we've been running a contest on Facebook, Twitter and within our weekly newsletter. The premise was simple: click a link, enter the contest and pray to the Gods of Shwag that you'd be picked as one of the 10 winners of some fine Jett kit. Well, the contest is over and it's time to announce the lucky ten.
The greatest show on earth about mountain bike racing? Yes. Or to put it more accurately, hell yes! Host Tristan Merrick and his motley crew of insiders and racers lay down the real story of what's happening right now in the world of mountain bike racing. No fluff. No lame excuses--just smart, insightful talk from the people in the know. Check it out.
weekend. Martin Soderstrom from Sweden took the event with a solid final run and went home with an extra $8,000 in his pocket. Another super fun event held by Winter Park! #CFFEST
After a stressfull week on the GXC circuit, the guys needed some down time out in St Tropez. Sun, sand and Bryceland's backside was the perfect cure, before heading home for National Champs... Which turned out to be a belter of a course, fast and dusty in the height of the British Summer... An epic race, but some bad luck for Peaty once again, check the full story inside...
It's an advertisement--but a pretty kick ass advertisement all the same. Okay, the shot of some dude's butt--that I could live without--but the line "Maybe you think it's all Red Bulls and high-fives, but it's not." got my attention. Nice writing. Good footage. If only more adverts were made like this, I might actually watch them. Nice work from the people at Backcountry.com
Sure, this isn’t a mountain-bike mag but rather a road-bike publication. But with cyclocross (and hunting) season coming up, the good folks at Giro have seen fit to offer a limited edition, camouflage Empire cycling shoe that’s been specially constructed with a lugged EC90 sole like the one found on the top-o’-the-line Giro Code mountain […]
By Nicole Formosa When Scott’s first Addict hit the market in 2007, it quickly made a name for itself as the lightest production road-racing frameset on the market. By the time Scott took it out of the line four years later, the competition had caught up, and Scott’s engineers had turned their attention to aero. […]
Here’s a review, a terribly subjective and opinionated judgement of Anthill’s "NotBad" movie.