From Yeti Cycles’ “Proven Here” series, comes a dramatic cinematic romp through British Columbia’s Kootenay mountains with Enduro badass Jared Graves.
There’s a sense out there in the cycling world that cup-and-cone hubs are about as technologically advanced as the horse and buggy, and that the only reason this bearing system isn’t used on more hubs is that the 'sealed' cartridge bearing is an inherently better system. Not true. It’s more complicated than that.
Ever ridden completely brakeless? Know what it's like to rip at ridiculously high speeds without any safety net? World Cup DH racer Casey Brown does. See just how fast she goes in Deathgrip, the fourth episode in Anthill Films' unique Dream Capture series of videos, all shot with the Sony Action Cam.
A good dynamic warm-up is an important piece of your strength and conditioning session. It reduces the risk of injury, gives you movement practice, and is a great place to incorporate some corrective drills into our program. Monika Marx of Marx Conditioning gives you some smart suggestions.
Scott's Genius LT has always been a bike with a serious mission--to excel on everything from day-to-day trail riding to high-speed gravity pursuits. There's a wide gulf between those two camps, yet the Genius LT has always aimed to bridge it, with just the flick of a switch.
Rocky riders, Wade Simmons and Kevin Calhoun, headed to the Monashee Mountains near Revelstoke, British Columbia to shoot an autumn alpine video of the new carbon Instinct. Mother Nature, however, had different plans and decided that some decent snowfall was in order, which makes for some excellent video. Check it out.
What is cyclocross? While that question may sound a bit "entry-level," there's still some quality footage and content in this video, which goes to the right source for information: Belgium. The video also taps into the minds of the best racers to have lined up at a cyclocross race, which might just be the most brutal thing you can do with an hour of your time each winter. Check it out.
For most of us, bikes aren't a necessity. They may feel that way--a day without riding can feel like torture--but most of us don't rely on a bike to feed our family, to bring home a paycheck or to simply survive. It's different in more desperate corners of the world.
If you’ve been paying attention to all the Interbike/Eurobike/Outerbike posts this season, you’ve probably seen a hell of a lot of bandwidth sacrificed in praise of the Marin Bicycle’s new mountain bikes, which, and I’m going to be blunt here, is a big change.
The pucker Ti is a blast to ride. At less than 23 pounds, the singlespeed rewards out-of-the-saddle efforts with astonishing speed. our bike was equipped with 34x20 gearing, which might be too low for the über-fit, but was perfect wintertime gearing in the mountains.
Interest in The Coastal Crew's new Coast Gravity Park is gaining critical mass, with some 1,300 tickets sold, according to The Coastal Crew. The project, which intends to be British Columbia's first year-round mountain bike park, is shooting to raise C$100,000 in founding funds by November 8, 2013. At the time of posting, The Coastal Crew claims to have raised more than C$51,000 for the park's operations.