Featured

Video: Fishing With Joe in the Sea Otter Pond, Episode Five

After getting second in the women’s downhill race of the 2014 Sea Otter Classic, Sarah Leishman feels the thrill of victory when she goes Fishing With Joe.

All news

5 Reasons Why He’s Gary Fisher And You’re Not

07.24.2013

Words & Photo || Gary J Boulanger Since 1981, nearly 2 million bicycles with the name ‘Gary Fisher’ have been sold worldwide, the majority of them for off-road use. Many hail the California native as the godfather of the modern mountain bike, but Fisher himself is quick to point out it was an open-source effort […]

Book Report | Mapping le Tour: The unofficial history of all 100 Tour de France races

07.23.2013

By Colin O’Brien As the dust settles on the 100th edition of the Tour de France, what better way to banish those post-Grande Boucle blues than a book recounting every single edition since the race was conceived? British journalist Ellis Bacon has compiled an interesting, year-by-year look the Tour’s evolution, from 1903 to the present […]

Tour de France Dreams

07.23.2013

By Jen See | Photo: ASO/Pauline Ballet Watching the Tour from the west coast is not what you’d call easy, unless you’re a morning person. Wait, you’re not a morning person, are you? Because I don’t think we can still be friends, if you are. Each night, I stare at the stage profile, trying to […]

Exclusive: Banshee Bikes’ Longest Day Ride

07.23.2013

What did you do for the summer solstice? This group of trail hounds really went after it, all day and nearly all night.

Preview: Mission Workshop Acre-Series Trail Pack

07.23.2013

We recently had a chance to get up close and personal with Mission Workshop's upcoming Acre Series Trail Pack. Here's a quick rundown on both the pack and Mission Workshop's very cool testing protocol.

Video/Gallery: Searching for Singletrack in Afghanistan

07.22.2013

When I was invited by Anthill Films to join them and Matt Hunter on this pioneering journey for their upcoming short film, “Forgotten Dirt,” it was clearly a no-brainer. It was guaranteed to be the adventure of a lifetime. This video and photo gallery hint at what's coming on August 6th.

Gallery: Road Trip–Grand Tetons

07.22.2013

Much ink has been spilled in praise of Jackson Hole, but if these photos are any indication, this place ain't even close to being over-hyped. Photographer Craig Grant and the rest of the Yeti Cycles crew took a road trip to the Grand Tetons and came back with these outstanding images.

Video | Mini Tour de France

07.22.2013

The 100th edition of the Tour de France officially finished. That means there’s no longer any real reason—or excuse—to get up early and sit in front of the television for hours on end. We understand that you might be feeling a bit lost about now without your daily Tour de France fix. But Minitour is […]

Exclusive: 2013 Bible Review–Rocky Mountain Element 970 RSL BC Edition

07.22.2013

Rocky Mountain's Element 970 RSL BC Edition is a cross-country racer, British Columbia style. Light, efficient and surprisingly capable in technical conditions—an excellent choice for grueling endurance races.

Video: The Tetons

07.22.2013

How good are the trails outside of Jackson Hole? The team from Yeti Cycles took a road trip to find out. This video tells the story. A lot of folks are going to suddenly be filled with a desire to relocate to Wyoming...

Video: This Is Peaty

07.21.2013

Steve Peat and Josh Bryceland take you down the 2013 National Champs track at Bala!

Video: North Shore Beer Run

07.21.2013

What do you do when you open your fridge and all you find is OJ, Cola, Purple Stuff and an empty craft beer growler? You pull out your 2014 Norco Bigfoot Fatbike, put the growler in your Growler Cage and go for a ride through Vancouver's iconic North Shore trails until you reach the Deep Cove Brewery and Distillery.

Everyman Electronics, Shimano Introduces New Ultegra Di2

07.21.2013

Words by Kevin Rouse || Photos Courtesy Shimano I remember the first words I read about Shimano’s foray into the world of electronic shifting. (But then there’s also these, of course) In particular I remember the commonly recurring adjectives being used to describe it. “Emotion-robbing,’ ‘robotizing’ and ‘soulless’—to name a few. Questions of reliability and […]

Video | Inside Line: Team Mechanics’ Trade Secrets

07.20.2013

The Global Cycling Network goes behind the scenes with Team Orica-GreenEdge to take a look at how Tour mechanics keep thier riders’ bikes running smoothly for 2000+ kilometers.

Video: Megavalanche–It’s French for “Holy Cr*p!”

07.20.2013

Here's a 15-minute documentary on the annual Megavalanche in Alpe d'Huez, France. A couple hundred racers bombing down a glacier and descending nearly 9,000 feet through handlebar-high ruts, rocks, slush, ice and general mayhem--the Megavalanche is always riveting to watch.

L’Etape du Tour: The Experience Itself Is The Prize

07.20.2013

Words & Photos || Gary J Boulanger With a 4 a.m. wake-up call for breakfast to make our 5:30 ride departure for the start line in downtown Annecy, it was a little vexing to ride the streets and bike path after listening to wedding revelers at our hotel. Ever been to a wedding in France? […]

Stevil Kinevil Recaps 2013 Tour de France Stages 13 – 21

07.19.2013

By Stevil Kinevil | Photos: ASO/B. Bade Editor’s note: In case you haven’t been following along, we asked Paved columnist Stevil Kinevil to provide us with expert commentary on this year’s Tour de France—without actually watching any of it. Perhaps that doesn’t seem like the best plan, but consider this: On Tuesday, July 16, Stevil […]

SRAM Red 22 HydroR Brakes at the Tour de France

07.19.2013

You can take our word for it—that SRAM’s new hydraulic rim brakes are phenomenal, provide incredible modulation and stopping power—or you can see what a handful of the world’s best road-bike riders have to say.

Exclusive: You Don’t Know…Mark Weir

07.19.2013

Mark Weir is an icon. He's the tough man of modern mountain biking. The grimacing guy, charging down an ugly stretch of trail at ungodly speeds. The guy who kept pronouncing The Coming of Enduro long before anyone even took the notion seriously. Mark Weir, however, is a hell of a lot more complicated--and interesting--than any and all of that.

Dirty Words: Wheels of Misfortune

07.19.2013

I was reading the New York Times today about how internet proliferation was going to destroy the ionosphere when my new iPhone5 made a noise that sounded like a whale fart. “Whale fart” is a real ringtone and when I hear it I know my old friend Brownie is calling.....

Page 37 of 198« First...1020303536373839405060...Last »

The Connect

Instagrams - @bikemag