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Short Film: ‘Live from Aptos’

The laid-back town of Aptos, California, has become well known for its celebrated Post Office Jumps, which have drawn talented riders from all over the world. These jumps gave the locals inspiration to build unique zones in other Aptos locations, and few locals are more influential than Ryan ‘R-Dog’ Howard, Jeff Herb and Kyle Jameson. Our new short film, ‘Live from Aptos,’ documents the passion that these riders have for the scene that they and so many others have helped to create.

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Video: Heavy Pedal Tour–Granby Ranch

09.09.2013

Granby Ranch, formally known as Sol Vista, was a hidden gem where only bike ninjas would come and practice their big bike tricks. They had huge gap jumps and large wooden (drop) features. While a few of the features have been made more "user friendly" (i.e., tamed down a bit for a wider audience), Natty and Trey still found plenty of thrills at this Colorado bike park.

Gallery: Mongolia Bike Challenge–The Big Finale

09.09.2013

After seven, long, brutal days on the steppes, the 2013 Mongolia Bike Challenge has come to a close. Here's one last great gallery from the event.

Gallery: Mongolia Bike Challenge–Stages 5 & 6

09.08.2013

Day 5 and 6 are both long and relatively flat--but still brutal and long. It's difficult to portray how vast this landscape is through photographs; I think you have to be here to truly experience the magnitude.

Video: The Gospel of Awesome

09.07.2013

Spoke heads to South Australia to check out the trails around Adelaide and Melrose. Riding and rowdiness ensue. Check it out.

Gallery: Mongolia Bike Challenge–Stage 4

09.07.2013

The track conditions on stage four of Genco Mongolia Bike Challenge were dry and fast and a tail wind followed the racers most of the day - welcome conditions from the wet, muddy conditions of the third stage.

Video | Challenge Les Alpes Part Two

09.06.2013

Yesterday’s Theater Thursday featured Michael Cotty’s atttack on the major climbs of the Alpes—in a single 600-plus kilometer ride. Well, as luck would have it, here’s Part II.

Gallery: First Flight Bikes’ Vintage Collection

09.06.2013

Jeff Archer houses about 450 vintage bikes in his shop and museum in Statesville, N.C., the majority of which are mountain bikes. His collection traces the sport’s entire technological history, including the quirky, kooky stops along the way (ahem, Manitou FS and Ritchey Lite Beam). Displays of craftsmanship and artistry from a generation of builders rest inside Archer’s walls: Potts, Shafer, Breeze, Bontrager, LeMond, Klein and Fisher are all there. It’s truly the mothership for bike geeks.

Video: Fresh Tracks

09.06.2013

Kyle Strait,Taylor Sage and Cam Zink and head out in search of new challenges in the Utah desert. Here's what they found

Dirty Words: My Bike is a Camera

09.06.2013

I feel like a camera on two wheels. That’s not a bad thing to be. I love the woods and I love my bikes. Having a camera allows me to save some of those great memories.

Gallery: Mongolia Bike Challenge–Stage 2

09.05.2013

Stage Two of the 2013 Genco Mongolia Bike Challenge took the racers 78.3 miles (126 kilometers) through an increasingly remote area of Mongolia with 8,005 feet (2,440 meters) of climbing. The route followed the Tuul River, traversing the majestic forests of the Zamt Hills and ended at Jalman Camp.

Video: The Salvadorian Way

09.05.2013

It was an idea that, just like the rest of them, was spawned during an un-eventful evening. And, like most ideas, sat in the back of our mind, waiting for the right time to emerge. Before any of us knew it, April rolled around and we found ourselves hurriedly packing bikes and kit, ready to travel to the most un-likely of biking destinations, El Salvador.

Spotlight | Ruckus Composites C.A.T.

09.05.2013

Whoever said boredom never led to anything worthwhile was surely content to while it away in front of a wall of drying paint. However, Shawn White, founder fo Ruckus Composites, a Portland, Oregon-based carbon repair and manufacturing outfit, isn’t that easily contented. And, as the saying goes, idle hands are the devil’s tools. Enter the […]

Video: Heavy Pedal Tour–Winter Park

09.05.2013

This year Natty and Trey will hit up ten different bike parks in three states while on on The Heavy Pedal Tour. Here's the video from their first stop--Winter Park's Trestle Bike Park.

Theater Thursday

09.05.2013

Theater Thursday | Challenge Les Alpes Michael Cotty is an ambitious individual. Well, ambitious may be a bit of an understatement. The goal? Cycle from Evian les Bains to Nice—nonstop—across the heart of the Alps. The metrics? A devilish 666-kilometer ride boasting no less than 17 mountain passes—including the Col de la Colombière, Madeleine, Glandon, […]

5 Reasons Why She Was Beryl Burton And You Couldn’t Have Held Her Wheel

09.04.2013

Words || Gary J Boulanger During a career that spanned five decades, the fiercely competitive British cyclist Beryl Burton won seven world titles (two road race championships and five track pursuit titles) and 96 national titles (12 road race championships, 13 pursuit titles, and 71 time trial titles against the clock). Dutch phenom Marianne Vos […]

Tested: Maxxis Ardent 2.4 x 29

09.04.2013

While the Ardent lacks the absolutely tenacious bite that’s made the Minion a favorite, this tire rolls a whole lot faster, weighs a whole lot less and is pretty outstanding in both wet and dry conditions. This, right here, is one of the best, unsung tires on the market.

Video: Scott Markewitz’s Deep Summer Slideshow

09.04.2013

Scott Markewitz has more mountain biking covers to his credit than any photographer alive and is always a threat in any kind of contest involving F-stops and action. This is the final entry from the 2013 Deep Summer Challenge and it was one of the most hooted and hollered for slideshows at the contest. Enjoy.

Gallery: Eurobike Tradeshow

09.03.2013

The fall tradeshow season kicked off with the Eurobike show, held last week in Friedrichshafen, Germany. Fourteen massive halls housed booth after booth of shiny, new bikes and eye -candy components produced by the smallest and largest companies in the industry, and nearly every brand in between.

Exclusive: 2013 Bible Review–Jamis Dakota D29 Team

09.03.2013

This lightweight hardtail race whip will force any rider to go faster, yet it pulls few punches in the fun department.

Video: More from the World Championships in Pietermaritzburg

09.03.2013

Just in case you didn't happen to hop, skip and jump your way around the globe to catch the World Championships in South Africa, here's a full replay of the men's and women's downhill finals in Pietermaritzburg.

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