With every passing day, it’s tougher for racers to emerge from their tents, but with Squamish in the forecast–a favorite for the past five years–we definitely sensed a bounce in their step as they made their way through the morning preparations.
With guidance of Darren Berrecloth, last year's winner Brandon Semenuk test runs the 2014 Red Bull Joyride course for the first time to work out any kinks and ensure the course's safety.
Joe pulls out the fishing pole in the third episode of Fishing with Joe, as Kenny Smith, who helped build the pumptrack, and Joe play a modified game of beer pong, as well as slap each other with paddles. This might possibly be the dumbest Fishing with Joe yet. Enjoy!
With a cold-front coming through, Joe decided to call off the fishing trip. But in the spirit of fishing, he offers his hosts Sven and Anka Martin some "Kentucky Coffee" and play fishing games on his phone.
The now-official Crankworx Whistler Whip-Off World Champs went off today, with around 100 of the world's most stylish riders drawing the contest's biggest-ever crowd of about 1,000 rabid fans.
FOX recently expanded its Baxter, Minnesota, service facility to handle mountain bike products along with its power sports capabilities.
The September/October issue of Bike magazine hits newsstands today, signaling the beginning of summer in North America and the start of another awesome shredding season.
In the first episode of Fishing with Joe at Crankworx, Chris Ball, the director of the Enduro World Series, spears sashimi, slams a few beers and talks to Joe about the latest EWS round in Whistler, British Columbia.
Specialized’s Butcher Control tires started life as downhill-only models and you can still pick up either the downhill or freeride versions. Here, however, is how the much lighter, all-mountain flavored Butcher Control fared during a season of riding.
Finishing fourth last year at the Whip-Off Worlds, Bas van Steenbergen is back again as a serious contender for the "Official" Whip-Off Worlds title.
The Specialized Demo 8 has been an eye-turner since the original with its distinctive twin seat stays and spider web shock enclosure. The bike has gone through several redesigns since then, but none as transformative as what you see here.
"What I do in Whistler," directed by Matt Dennison and featuring Ross Measures, won the annual GoPro Dirt Diaries at Crankworx.
Blake and Ray Samson travel to Barcelona to hit up La Poma dirt jumps in Barcelona, before the opening weekend at La Molina Bike Park.