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California Enduro Series Announces 2015 Schedule

The California Enduro Series (CES) is pleased to announce the 2015 race schedule and promises another great year of Enduro racing. In its third year, CES proves its commitment to growing this popular cycling sport by expanding its schedule to include additional fun and challenging venues, offering more race categories, and maintaining equal pro payout to both men and women for series overall top placement.

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Video: World Cup XC Action in Norway

09.14.2013

Here's all the cross-country racing action from today's World Cup in Hafjel, Norway. Check it out.

Video: Chris Akrigg–Trial Trails

09.14.2013

Just when you thought trials riding was impressive, but not terribly relevant to actually getting out and riding trails, Chris Akrigg comes out with this video that shows just how much better your daily ride could be if you had half of the man's skills. A very cool video.

Spotlight | The Ringer

09.13.2013

Bike, helmet, flat repair, food, lights, extra layers—those were about all I thought I could possibly require (save for a bit of hooch in case the mercury looked like it was going take a plunge) before heading out on a two-wheeled adventure. But then I moved to the City by the Bay. Starting each ride […]

News: Trials star, Martyn Ashton suffers significant spinal injury

09.13.2013

Martyn Ashton, international mountain bike trials legend, suffered a life-changing injured during a trials demo on September 1st. Here's the update on Ashton's status and current plans for the future.

News: Santa Cruz Debuts Latest Heckler

09.13.2013

The new Heckler is here: six inches of single=pivot travel and 27.5-inch wheels on a Bronson-esque geometry.

Video: This Is Peaty–Hafjell World Cup Course Preview

09.13.2013

Steve Peat along with #allthelads take you own a flat-out run down the 2013 Hafjell world cup track.

Rapha Announces Bordeaux-Paris 2013 Challenge Auction

09.12.2013

Interested in a chance at Mark Cavendish’s World Championship jersey? No? Well, then how about Ryder Hesjedal’s 2012 Maglia Rosa—or Andy Hampsten’s white jersey from the 1986 Tour de France (complete with the foie gras stain sustained during a food fight between Hampsten’s La Vie Claire teammates).

Reviewed: Scott Gambler

09.12.2013

We rode and wrote about the Scott Gambler 10 for the 2013 Bible Of Bike Tests, and we liked it. So much so that we needed to make sure we liked it as much as we did. So, we had one shipped up to Whistler for some bike park bashing throughout the summer. Here's what we found after a summer of bashing about on the Gambler.

Profile: Darcy Turenne

09.12.2013

Darcy Turenne’s swift transition from freerider to filmmaker began two years ago when she produced a 30-minute documentary on female action-sports athletes in Indonesia as a thesis project for her master’s in intercultural communications.

The Bakery: Season of Change

09.12.2013

The pits at races are full of campers and RV’s, kids and family pets, general chaos and parents who look around and exclaim “I wouldn’t change this for the world.” The scene is more National Lampoon than Norman Rockwell, but the opportunity to travel as a family and be inspired by their children’s commitment to a sport is all the reward needed to balance a parent's devotion.

Video: The Staycation–A Vancouver Island Adventure

09.12.2013

Rocky Mountain's athletes enjoy traveling all over the world to ride their bikes in unique, beautiful locations, but sometimes there's something to be said for staying home--or at least staying on your home trails. This is a "stay cation" that most of us would kill to do.

Off Track Podcast: World Championships Wrap Up and More

09.11.2013

Today, Off Track host, Tristan Merrick, is joined by Joey Schusler--racer, all-around bad-ass adventurer and (we don't know how he does it) full-time "desk jockey" at Yeti Cycles. Schusler gives his insights on the action at Worlds, Joey's own performances this year, life at Yeti Cycles and much more.

News: Manitou Shows off New All-Mountain Fork

09.11.2013

It's been ages since Manitou had a fork that could go toe-to-toe with anything from Fox, RockShox or Marzocchi. That's changed now with the debut of the Mattoc--a fork that borrows DH technology from the famed Dorado and squeezes it into a lightweight, single-crown package.

Video: Broers–An Excellent Case of Sibling Rivalry

09.11.2013

This short film by Liam Mullany explores the family history of Bas and Tom van Steenbergen, touches on how the brothers' sibling rivalry has shaped them into the riders they are today, and showcases their diverse skills as riders.

Video: Cold Rolled–Snow Biking in the “UP”

09.11.2013

Fall is coming. Heck, it might even be here already if you happen to reside somewhere outside the sun belt. And what comes next? If you live in Michigan’s remote Upper Peninsula (“the UP”), the answer is snow. Lots and lots of snow. That, however, doesn’t stop the riders up in Marquette from riding....

Video | The French Canadian Line

09.10.2013

Some may call it a shortcut, but we prefer to think of the Canadian line as a more creative approach to line selection through turns and other key racecourse sections. Either way, this video is funny.

Par-tay in LA with Argonaut Cycles

09.10.2013

Join Argonaut Cycles (the guys who built Paved’s inaugural Dream Bike) at Shelter Half in LA and learn more about their custom carbon-fiber space bikes made here in the USA. Also, there will be fine beverages and delicious snacks.

Video | Racks For Every Occasion

09.10.2013

The kind folks over at Portland Design Works have to put together a fine little video reminding us that there is indeed a rack for every occasion. Racks For All Occasions

Video: #whyMTB Chapter 3: Vanessa Hauswald

09.10.2013

What is the meaning of mountain biking? Why do we ride? In this third chapter, we return to our backyard in Sonoma County and meet Vanessa Hauswald, a former Petaluma English teacher now serving as the Executive Director of the Norcal League.

Off Track Podcast: Val d’Isere

09.10.2013

The Enduro World Series may have come to a slightly premature end, but we're left asking all sorts of questions--is Jerome Clementz truly the world's best rider? Who can knock him off his throne next year? What will happen to the Enduro World Series in 2014? Tristan Merrick, Seb Kemp and Sven Martin set the record straight.

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