Showshoe Mountain to host The Chomolungma Challenge

Snowshoe Mountain’s Bike Park is set to host the third annual endurance mountain biking race, The Chomolungma Challenge, on August 16-17, 2014.

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Video: Not All Vacations Are Created Equal


You remember the long, lame vacations you took with your family as a kid--the trip to see the world's biggest cow pie or the visit to the Ear Wax Hall of Fame? Well, this isn't one of those vacations. Apparently, it pays to have a dad who rips.

Video | Fun with Bubble Wrap


We are speechless.

Video | Ben Farver and the Argonaut Dream Build


By Joe Parkin | Photo: Van Swae I first met Argonaut’s Ben Farver in the Paved magazine booth on the second day of the 2012 Interbike trade show in Las Vegas, Nevada, through a mutual friend. The booth was a flurry of activity and I’d been conversation-hopping from road bikes to mountain bikes, listened to […]

Rerun | Photographer Stephen Wilde Gets ‘Covered’ By Dan Barham


September 2012 — A few weeks ago, we took the opportunity to travel to British Columbia to present Paved and Bike magazine photographer Stephen Wilde with a framed cover of the Fall issue. It features one of his images shot while on assignment for the ‘Zen to Zero’ story that can be found inside the […]

Premiere! Anthill’s New Movie, “NotBad”


From 10 A.M. to 12 A.M. (Pacific Standard Time) on July 29th, you can watch "NotBad", the latest movie from Anthill Films, in its entirety right here. Enjoy the show.

Video: Enduro Vs. Downhill


Still trying to wrangle with this whole enduro thing--what it is, why it is, what kind of bike makes sense? Curtis Keene--the American Dream--gives his perspective on the burgeoning "downhill racing on trail bikes" scene.

Video: Colorado Freeride Festival Enduro–Day 2


Here's the action from the second day of the Enduro competition at the Colorado Freeride Festival (CFF) at Trestle Bike Park in Winter Park, Colorado.

Video: Colorado Freeride Festival Enduro–Day 1


Here's the action from Day One of the Enduro competition at the Colorado Freeride Festival (CFF) at Trestle Bike Park in Winter Park, Colorado. CFF is being billed as the largest freeride festival in the United States and features the best mountain bikers in the world battling it out for over $45,000 in prize money.

Video: A day in the life of Cedric Gracia


Cedric Gracia is one of the most... well, he's Cedric Gracia! With his home round of the UCI World Cup just around the corner, Cedric was keen to take us under his wing for a day and show us round.

Gallery: Yeti Tribe 2013 Gathering


Last weekend we packed our bags and headed to Telluride for a weekend of turquoise-shaded mayhem. It was the 2013 Yeti Cycles Tribe Gathering--this time, set within the beautiful Uncompahgre National Forest. Lots of riding. Lots of good food and great people and, of course, beer and mini bikes. The gallery tells the story.

Rerun | Letter: The Trouble with Tap Shoes


We don’t see a lot of letters here at Paved, and to be honest, this one was actually directed at our sister publication, Bike. And despite its somewhat critical tone toward a reasonably large percentage of recreational road riders, it made us laugh. We cyclists are a goofy lot. What is it about becoming a […]

News: Giant Goes Big with 27.5


Want to know what’s happening with Giant in 2014? Here, I’ll summarize it for you—27.5—as in 27.5 (a.k.a. “650b”) wheeled bikes. Giant will roll out 28 different 650b bikes next year around the world--from hardtails to enduro bikes. Here's the story on the bold move.

Slow is Fast | Video


By Joe Parkin You’ll never truly enjoy the act of riding a bicycle until you learn how to ride one slowly. Yeah, I know, you’ve just dropped twice the cost of your parents’ first house on your shiny new 15-pound Ferrari, you’ve been gluten-free for the past six months in order to get down to […]

Friday Five: The Law Of Road Tripping


Road trips and mountain biking go together like cheap tequila and drunken adventures.

Exclusive: 2013 Bible Review–Trek Session 9.9


The Session 9.9 is like some monstrous, all-mountain bike from the future that, once mastered, could dominate today’s race scene.

Dirty Words: The Naked Truth About Marla Streb


Every year there is a new champion, but every year Marla Streb is somewhere, somehow showing somebody how to ride a bike.... Mountain biking needs more Marlas.

Theater Thursday


Have you ever felt like squeezing every last drop of speed out of yourself and your bike—not to see your name scratched into some record book, but simply to see what’s possible? When you combine that desire with a bit of backyard engineering, you might just find yourself running out of runway.

Video: Red Bull Course Preview–Vallnord


Gstaadt Scott's Claudio Caluori talks us down one of the year's most brutal World Cup tracks

The Bakery: Community


When I left home, mostly to find work and to date someone I wasn’t related to, I left my community behind. I was lost. I had friends and family, but something was missing. It wasn’t until I found mountain biking and the people who make mountain biking happen that I felt at home again. My community was no longer a physical location. It was a common interest with no fixed address.

Video: #whyMTB Chapter 2–Brien Chartier


What is the meaning of mountain biking? In this continuing Kitsbow video series, we explore what it means to ride from the motivations and perspectives of those whose tireless efforts have lent the sport meaning and inspiration to our own lives. In this second chapter, we head to the arid hills of Kern County to learn about what mountain biking means to Brien Chartier: the BLM Ranger tasked with policing the region's public wilderness lands.

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