What’s the deal with 27+ and 29+? Why is the bike industry suddenly pushing another new wheel size? And, most importantly, is it worth your time and money? Get your answers in this latest video installment of our Blueprint series.
The cat is out of the bag; here are Specialized’s “6Fattie” hardtails. Here are the details.
FOX recently expanded its Baxter, Minnesota, service facility to handle mountain bike products along with its power sports capabilities.
The September/October issue of Bike magazine hits newsstands today, signaling the beginning of summer in North America and the start of another awesome shredding season.
In the first episode of Fishing with Joe at Crankworx, Chris Ball, the director of the Enduro World Series, spears sashimi, slams a few beers and talks to Joe about the latest EWS round in Whistler, British Columbia.
Specialized’s Butcher Control tires started life as downhill-only models and you can still pick up either the downhill or freeride versions. Here, however, is how the much lighter, all-mountain flavored Butcher Control fared during a season of riding.
Finishing fourth last year at the Whip-Off Worlds, Bas van Steenbergen is back again as a serious contender for the "Official" Whip-Off Worlds title.
The Specialized Demo 8 has been an eye-turner since the original with its distinctive twin seat stays and spider web shock enclosure. The bike has gone through several redesigns since then, but none as transformative as what you see here.
"What I do in Whistler," directed by Matt Dennison and featuring Ross Measures, won the annual GoPro Dirt Diaries at Crankworx.
Blake and Ray Samson travel to Barcelona to hit up La Poma dirt jumps in Barcelona, before the opening weekend at La Molina Bike Park.
Last Fall, Mark Matthews took a season ending fall at Red Bull Rampage that left him with a shattered femur. Taking it as an opportunity to rebuild himself, Mark set out to prove his doctors wrong and get back on the bike before their projected timelines.
If ever there was a day when enduro racing legitimized itself through raw, gritty, bare-bones mountain biking, today was it. The Crankworx Whistler Enduro race—the toughest competition of the Enduro World Series—delivered racers and fans everything we've come to expect from the sport itself.
Enduro racing is overhyped, overplayed and over exploited. Kittens and angels die every time a marketing hack whispers the words, “enduro-specific.” It's gotten that bad. And yet, enduro might just be the best thing to happen to mountain biking in years and years.
The World Cup Windham downhill track is typically very close, but this year Josh Bryceland stepped it up and put 1.58 seconds between second place finisher Aaron Gwin.
Vittorio Brumotti is a world champion trials rider and holds numerous Guinness World Records. In this video, Brumotti takes his road bike out for an unusual ride.