BIKE gear editor Ryan Palmer puts the new 2016 Fox 34 FLOAT and DPS Shock to the test on the world-class trails of Rotorua, New Zealand.
Great singletrack brought a once-convicted felon back to the (not-so) straight and narrow.
We're not one to blindly accept new technologies or drink the so-called company Kool-Aid, but sometimes it’s hard to tell when getting flown to amazing riding locations, like Pisgah National Forest in North Carolina, if there’s something besides water in the bottle.
In "Trail Ninja, Ep. 15," Dan Milner, along with other adventurists, float their bikes across bays in the highlands of Scotland. This is a dream trip.
Seriously get ready! This is one hell of a ride. Beginning with a gap out the start-gate, Marcelo Gutierrez rips down the tight roads of Bratislava in the Bratislava City Downhill. He sends blind gaps all the way down, somehow manages to navigate wooden bridges and keeps his focus as crowds scream their heads off. […]
A new manufacturing partnership has allowed Santa Cruz Bicycles to drop the prices on the carbon frames of some of its most-popular models: the Bronson, the 5010 and the Tallboy.
A couple weeks ago Trek introduced some bikes and technologies at its media event in North Carolina. The Fuel EX 27.5 and RE:aktiv shock are the first of these new products to hit shop floors, so we’ve been spending every waking hour with the new bike and shock putting them through their paces.
Team Lapierre Gravity Republic riders took a double win at the European Downhill Cup series round 2, with Emmeline Ragot and Loic Bruni dominating the women's and men's fields.
Full coverage of the Enduro World Series Round 3 in Valloire, France. The two-day, two-mountain event under the hot sun in Valloire, France proved quite challenging, troubling riders with mechanical issues, pounding arms and burning legs.
The dust was in the air, as the 2014 USA Cycling Gravity Nationals at Angel Fire Resort got under way over the weekend. Big-name riders were among the line-up, including Specialized's Aaron Gwin and GT Bikes' Kyle Strait.
I’m as sentimental as a razor blade when it comes to material stuff. It’s just so much crap, really. The exception is old cycling gear. It litters every corner of my life. I haven’t ridden toe-clips since 1990, but I will gouge your eyes out before I let you walk away with my last pair of Alfredo Binda toe straps. Why? Sometimes a thing is more than just a thing--it's a reminder of what truly matters.
The Suzuki Nine Knights MTB 2014 event wrapped up this weekend in Livigno, Italy, providing spectators around the world a unique and visually appetizing experience that's different from any other world-wide event.
In one of the flattest places in the country, a contingency of riders have built a network of trails that even the most jaded of riders can appreciate.
Elite riders and photographers from around the world come together to showcase their talents at the unique event, Suzuki Nine Knights 2014. The "Behind the Scenes at Nine Knights" series follows these professionals, as they collaborate to get the best shot possible.
Trail-tested review of 29-inch Onza Canis and Onza Lynx tires.
Peter Henke (GER) hits the massive hip at the bottom of the Suzuki Nine Knights MTB 2014 course, sticking his first ever hip flip. The contest is this Saturday Mottolino Fun Mountain in Livigno, Italy.
The latest installment by Tyler McCaul is all about shenanigans, parties and of course, big-hits. Tyler McCaul's POV shot from Red Bull Rampage, failed whips and big Supermans are only some of the amazing moves captured in "God Luck and Good Speed, Ep. 3"