This hypnotic POV video – for the fact that this looks like one of the funnest jump-trail tracks in the world – is making its rounds around Facebook this week. It took a little digging, but we found the original YouTube post and some info on the location. It’s located in Neuchâtel, Switzerland, a 35-minute train ride from the capital city Bern.
The Red Bull Rampage in Virgin, Utah, is one of the most unique events in mountain biking. Competitors combine their creative line choice with jaw-dropping bike handling skills to stake claim atop the Freeride world. The Coastal Crew's Kyle Norbraten talks us through the ups and downs of his 2013 Rampage.
I don’t race much anymore, but when I do, I always hate the last minute before the start. It is hard to comprehend how your brain and body can have a great debate in the last seconds before the gun.The brain is screaming “Go for it, you idiot! That’s why you’re here. You spent $100 on a crappy motel room and $50 on your entry fee. Don’t weasel out!” The brain can be fooled, but your body knows better.
Scotland, like its uisge beatha (that's Gaelic for "whisky"), is full of surprises that are only uncovered in journeys to far-flung locations. Guide, Andy McKenna, knows this better than most. Here's our interview with one of the best guides you could ever meet.
Here's a teaser for Fullface Productions' upcoming movie "Signatures", which highlights riding from all over the globe. British Columbia, Livigno, Prague and Bratislava, Indonesia and the Austrian Alps all get the spotlight beneath the wheels of riders such as Szymon Godziek, Guido Tschugg, Tomas Slavik, Tomas Zejda, Michal Marosi, Johannes Fischbach, Filip Polc and Patrik Leitner.
Drift Innovation unveiled the Ghost-S today—their latest and “most powerful” action sports camera to date. What does “most powerful” actually mean? In this case, better battery life, improved low-light performance, higher quality video and a ton of new features. Here are the details.
Crankbrothers makes some much needed tweaks to their wheel offerings for 2014, with redesigned Cobalt, Iodine and Opium lines.
We may mock the Sting-Ray today--the goofy Ape Hanger bars, the banana seats, the requisite tassles and flower basket... This bike, however, laid the foundation for BMX and mountain biking. Here's a nod of respect to the children's chopper and the man who created it.
On the outside, Tinker Juarez looks like Mr. Laidback. But his signature dreads and mellow demeanor belie a world-class athlete’s focus on details. When Tinker began racing mountain bikes, he became obsessed with the composition of parts on his bikes—especially a specific model of Look clipless pedals that were big, chunky and very red....
The December issue of Bike Magazine will soon hit the streets and it's full of stories and reviews that'll be the cause of countless deadlines missed, meetings skipped and pet cats left unfed. Our apologies to your cat. Here's a peek at the goods in the upcoming issue.
This might be the first teaser I've seen for a cross-country video in...I dunno, forever and then some, really. The production value on "Hills of Home" looks impressive; it makes watching a U23 racer in Lycra (Pirmin Kuss) shredding Schwarzwald singletrack on his hardtail look downright cool, whirch frankly, is no small feat. Viva the variety.
To celebrate their decade aboard Specialized bikes, Matt Hunter and Darren Berrecloth have teamed up with legendary photographer Sterling Lorence to capture more of the iconic imagery which has established them at the top of the freeride world. Here's a video showcasing that effort and chronicling a decade of great riding.