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Intense Announces M16 Carbon Downhill Bike – Eurobike 2015

Intense has been playing with plastic for about five years now, and we knew the downhill bike had to be in line for the carbon treatment at some point. That day came during Intense’s 2016 product announcement here at Eurobike 2015.

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Yeti ASR C | 2015 Bible of Bike Tests

01.28.2015

YETI ASR C | $5800 | YETICYCLES.COM It’s not every day you hop aboard a ‘cross-country’ bike and find yourself intentionally seeking out the chunkiest lines you can find. But during my time on the Yeti ASR C, that’s all I could think about. While the mostly buff singletrack of Central Oregon’s Dutchman Flat trail

Into the dirt: Whistler

01.28.2015

Team InFocus heads for Whistler and samples each kind of gravity-fueled terrain, from buffed-out park runs to dirt jumps and burly technical DH trails.

Factory tour | manufacturing Hope cranks

01.28.2015

Step inside Hope Technology's factory and see the manufacturing process for their new cranks.

Caldwell Visuals 2015 | Bicycles and good times

01.28.2015

Fast music and faster riding! This is a compilation-type edit of some banger clips from Caldwell Visuals. It's a good one!

Mind the gap: the making of unReal | Episode 1

01.27.2015

Don't miss out on this one. Trek athletes Brett Rheeder, Tom van Steenbergen and Cam McCaul are given carte blanche on the hills of Turtle Ranch in Dubois, Wyoming. With Anthill Films and Teton Gravity Research on site to film, everything goes as planned until someone gets a bit too close to a horse.

Sketch: Double or Nothing

01.27.2015

Chris Scott’s professional mountain bike career essentially ended in 1997 when he was hit by a car. Not to sound insensitive, but it could be seen as a fortuitous accident, at least for East Coast mountain bikers.

Downmall 2015 – Berlin

01.27.2015

Shopping in a mall is decidedly miserable, but riding in one looks pretty rad.

Preview | Dolcenduro 2015

01.27.2015

Organized by Supernatural, the Dolcenduro 2015 will take place on February 22nd in Dolceacqua. Have a look at this promo video to get a sense of the terrain!

Testing Hope’s new cranks | It’s grim up North

01.26.2015

Hope sends two riders out into the UK's grim winter to test their new cranks.

Scott Contessa Spark | 2015 Bible of Bike Tests

01.26.2015

This bike is a racehorse for ladies who eat carbon for breakfast, regularly rock spandex and love going fast–uphill and down.

Beast Coasters | ADD – Lyndonville

01.26.2015

This isn't what Lyndonville, VT looks like right now, but last summer was as lush and green as any in Vermont's Northeast Kingdom. Beast Coasters made the trip and recently put together this edit of locals rippers Ryan McEvoy and Connor Bianchi.

Hi, five | the redesigned Orange Five

01.26.2015

Check out this rippin’ little edit of Orange’s redesigned Five.

Joel Moore rips loamy tracks

01.26.2015

Joel Moore gets after it on some loamy Welsh tracks in this edit by Eyesdown Films.

Highlights – Greenhouse pump track race 2015

01.25.2015

What do you do when it’s cold outside and you need to ride some bikes to keep the stoke alive through the winter? Build a pump track in greenhouse and host a race, obviously.

Review: Giro Women’s Insulated Vest

01.24.2015

Petie Thom reviews Giro's Insulated Vest for women, a new addition to the brand's growing women's apparel line.

Video | Mysenbound

01.24.2015

Henrik Myhrvold & Brage Vestavik rip some snowy trails in Mysenbyen.

The Pro’s Closet: Juli Furtado’s 1990 Yeti FRO

01.24.2015

The Pro's Closet chats with World Champion mountain bike racer Juliana Furtado about her 1990 Yeti FRO with Campagnolo components.

Mitch Ropelato carves up Tahoe on his fatbike

01.23.2015

Mitch Ropelato can shred on just about any bike, so it’s no surprise that Specialized put him on a Fatboy and set him loose on Tahoe, where he took his fatbike to singletrack, snow and sand.

Kona Process 111 | 2015 Bible of Bike Tests

01.23.2015

When Kona announced its redesigned Process bikes in 2013, we knew it would signal a turning point in mountain bike design. The new bikes featured longer top tubes paired with shorter stems. They also had uber-short rear ends, and were purpose-built for dropper posts. The Process 111 is the big-wheeled bike in the lineup, and it's a much more capable rig than its 111-milimeters of rear-wheel travel suggests.

Cam McCaul rippin’ trail

01.23.2015

It’s always fun to watch a dirt jump guy like Cam get out on a trail bike and find some big lines that most riders wouldn’t see.

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