Santa Cruz set out to build a new Nomad from the ground up to bring it back to meet the demands of a new type of racing.
Check out bike mag's first ride impressions of Yeti's new SB95C carbon five-inch travel 29er, and see the latest ARC hard tail.
By Sal Ruibal I can’t even get angry with humanity anymore. Everywhere you look, somebody or something is blowing up and the TV and the Internets are full of looping video of flames and smoke and body parts. Some people are getting blown up with missiles from our drones. Some people are getting killed or […]
Carbon bikes may not be news in and of themselves, but when a brand like Turner unrolls the carpet on a composite frame, people tend to take notice. David Turner has been crafting frames out of aluminum for years now. Carbon is a whole new venture for the man and the brand. And yet...for a freshman effort, the new Turner Czar is noteworthy.
In the first installment of 2013's 30-Second Warning, we got the skinny on Diamondback's Mason Full Suspension 29er, Hyper's new Cam Zink-signature slope style model, E13's novel PressFit bottom bracket solution and an odd man's rambling assertion that his fatbike would destroy all other competitors in each and every event at this year's Sea Otter.
Nick Frey wants you to have a custom bike, or if not a totally custom bike, at least a bike that is unique. His flagship Boo race bikes are custom-built from bamboo tubing hand-joined with carbon fiber. His new adventure is AluBoo, a less expensive, but still customizable option, that mixes aluminum and bamboo. “The […]
Photo: Ross Downard I’m sad to report that my right-hand man Kevin Rouse has sustained some serious injuries in a bicycle crash while attending a new-product launch in Italy. Details are a bit vague, but it seems Kevin’s accident was the result of being at the wrong place at the wrong time, and hitting a […]
By Gary J. Boulanger | Photo: Courtesy of John Tomac There must be something in the water in Owosso, Michigan, a small town of less than 16,000 where cycling legend John Tomac was born and raised in the 1960s and `70s. In an age where professional cyclists now focus on one discipline within their chosen […]
To the uninitiated, the big-tired bikes may appear as the next dorky fad for bored bicycle geeks or winter-challenged non-skiers – but to those who have had the opportunity to ride one in conditions where they excel, they quickly become the next must-have addition to one’s outdoor gear quiver.
Editor, Brice Minnigh, traveled deep into central Idaho's White Cloud Mountains with Greg 'Chopper' Randolph, photographer Sterling Lorence, and a hardy crew of Sun Valley-area locals for a taste of some of the world's most pristine, high-speed alpine trails. This video highlight the amazing riding Idaho is justifiably famous for.