What do these riders do when snow blocks their trail? They ride the scariest trail ever seen, instead.
In “Trail Ninja,” Ep. 17, Dan Milner and the crew head to Italy to ride one of the most rewarding trails on the planet: a 50-kilometer mountain bike ride from the mountains to the Mediterranean coast. Starting high in the Ligurian Alps, the Trail Ninja finds that danger is around every turn when snow forces him to take a deviation from the trail in wolf country.
Set in some seriously jaw-dropping scenery, this video is a smorgasbord of everything that makes BC great... It's impossible to watch this and not want to ride.
It all starts out with a little trash talking: Who's the "fittest" guy on the Giant squad? Who has the best skills? Obviously Adam Craig, Carl Decker and Josh Johnson don't agree, so it all boils down to a game of "TCX" and some good, old-fashioned cyclocross racing. The stakes are high: Loser has to clean the other guy's bathroom.
Michigan's Upper Peninsula is no place for the faint of heart. When the snow dumps down in feet, rather than inches, the Yoopers just bust out bigger tires and get on with it. Imagine 15 miles of fast, flowy, bermed out single track, in the snow. That's what Marquette's Noquemanon Trails Network has built here, arguably the first trail of its kind.
"From Where We Stand" is about showing the world just how much beauty can be found in unexpected places.... The east coast is comprised of millions of mountain bikers who make up thousands of groups, clubs and organizations. The truth is, we can't think of anywhere else you will find such a close knit group of people in such a far reaching community.
Buy 1 foot of singletrack for $5 and you could win your choice of any complete Santa Cruz Bicycles model, decked out in ENVE Composites wheels, Fox suspension and Shimano components. You'll also get a year's worth of free shuttles in Downieville. All proceeds go to the trailbuilding effort in the Downieville area.
I’ve been thinking about a kid I met near the Iraq-Iran border a little more than 10 years ago. I was in Kuwait taking care of logistics for USA TODAY reporters and photographers moving back and forth between the carnage in Bagdad and Fallujah and all those messed up places....
Anyone who rides knows that a misplaced wheel and some pain are always just a millisecond away, but sometimes a video like this comes around and reminds you that it might be a good idea to re-read your Guide to Relocating Parts of Your Body, which has probably been collecting dust on your bookshelf.
What's hanging on your walls? Ditch the Monet or Picasso and put up something worth showing off. We're selling professionally mounted, one of a kind photos--some of the best to have ever graced the pages of Bike. You only have a few weeks to snatch one up. Proceeds from the sale go to WORCA, to help support the great trails around Whistler.
Let's say you bust your leg, spend four months recuperating and then face your first day back on the bike. How would that day unfold? How would you ride? A little rusty? A little timid? Not if you are Dustin Gilding. Here's some video and a photo gallery of Gilding's first day back on the bike. Amazing.
With enduro racing quickly picking up speed all over the world, enduro riders have become an essential part in the development of a new generation of components, which combine light weight, durability and flawless performance during long and hard races. SRAM XX1 is an excellent example, as this video shows.
Southern California is a big place. Head east from Los Angeles and it doesn't take more than an hour or two (depending on traffic, of course) before you run out of houses and into the great wide open. Mammoth Mountain sits out there in the Southern Sierra: tall, imposing and full of great trails. Here's our ride report from the Heavy Pedal Tour 2013.
Fat biking ain't for everyone. Okay, that's an understatement. Fat biking draws more ire and ridicule than anything shy of a recumbent. The big, heavy tires. The general lack of suspension. The sheer What the F*ck-ness of the whole enterprise....it simply leaves a lot of people sputtering angrily. A new documentary, however, will soon make the case for fat biking America's frozen northlands.
Mammoth had its peak in the mid to late `90s and then things went quiet for awhile. That, however, is something the resort hopes to change--as evidenced by the rash of new trails they've put on the mountain in the hopes of luring riders. Here's a glimpse of the goods.
We were prepared to embrace the two-wheel drift on Mammoth’s infamous mountain of pumice. Along with judicious use of wood for drops, jumps, and wall rides, Mammoth does not suffer a lack of iconic features to challenge and excite mountain bikers of all skill levels.