Organizers canceled round five of the Enduro World Series on Saturday in Crested Butte, Colorado, following the death of a competitor on Stage 3 during the second day of the three-day race.
There are lighter wheels on the market and a few that are lighter and less expensive, but I haven’t found any of them to be as durable as the Easton Haven. That’s why I continue to run these things, even though I’d love to see them grow wider in the future. Looking for a solid all-mountain wheel set? Check this out.
The Dudes of Hazzard are back, with plenty more weirdness and lots of loam. From Dude HQ: In Part 4 of the smash hit video series “Business as Usual” the boys experience the illusive Funk Button. After a suspicious package is found on the roof of Joe’s car the temptation to funk the situation becomes […]
Hop on board with Marcelo Gutierrez and take a lap on Whistler's A-line with Travis Pastrana and the Nitro Circus crew.
SCROLL THROUGH THE PHOTOS ON SCOTT TUCKER’S PHONE and you might be surprised by what you see: South African downhill legend Greg Minnaar with a tortilla stuck to his face via a blob of guacamole, British DH phenom Josh Bryceland wearing a Corona bucket as a helmet to protect against edible projectiles and other conversation-inducing images of mountain-bike royalty. Most of the oddities are from the past few years of the Northwest Cup’s premier event: The Underworld Cup and its subsequent post-race food fight, which has become an annual tradition.
People fixate on the ride quality of a $3,000 carbon wheelset or obsess over how to shave another eighth of a pound off their 23-pound race rocket, but if you’re really interested in getting the most out of your ride, there are less obvious, but more important, items to sort out. Consider these the Ronnie James Dios of your bicycle. Underappreciated. Disrespected. Downright obscure. But in the grand scheme of things, so very important.