Canyon Plans Entry in U.S. market

Canyon has partnered with a third party in the U.S. to help it establish a system for customer service, technical support and warranty. Since Canyon doesn’t sell its bikes through a traditional brick-and-mortar retail model, having the right process in place to field customer inquiries is imperative.

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Heli Biking the Selkirk Peaks


Photographer Bruno Long reports from a day of heli-biking with Revelstoke Mountain Resort.

All That and a Bag of Tricks! Rheeder’s Winning Run at Crankworx L2A


How many tricks can you pack into one run?

Jed Mildon Nails First-Ever BMX Quadruple Backflip


This is the stuff of video games.

Crankworx Les Deux Alpes DH Delivers French Wins


The Crankworx France vs. The World team captain and current leader in the Crankworx DH Championships, Loic Bruni, seized the win in the Les 2 Alpes downhill race with a commanding lead and a roar from the French fans.

Brett Rheeder Wins Crankworx L2A Slopestyle


After thrilling the Kiwi fans by sharing his victory lap in the Crankworx Rotorua Slopestyle with friend Logan Peat, Canadian Brett Rheeder earned himself another celebratory sail through the concourse, taking the second round of the Triple Crown of Slopestyle in style.

Crankworx Les Deux Alpes DH with Marcelo Gutierrez


On board with Marcelo for a wide-open run down Crankworx L2A downhill track.

Meet the Maker: Steve Potts


Steve Potts is one of the original mountain bike frame builders, and one of the best builders around today. The Pro's Closet sits down with Steve to find out what drew him to frame building and what's kept him in the game.

Shredding Vermont’s Perry Hill


Steve Larson, Alex McAndrew and Ella Skalwold shred the loamy, rooty East Coast flow at Perry Hill in Waterbury, VT.

Dirt on Trestle Bike Park: Girls. Girls. Girls.


Crushing lady laps at the Trestle Bike Park in Winter Park, Colorado.

Zero to Sixty | Finn Iles


There’s a universal truth in sports: It is hard to become a champion, but it is much harder to stay there. Just ask Finn Iles.

On Sale Now: 2015 Photo Annual


Anchored by an uninterrupted 34-page gallery of unforgettable images, this year's Photo Annual delivers 148 pages of inspiration and dedication to the talented photographers whose craft makes every issue of Bike possible.

Crankworx L2A Whip-Off Results


It was the longest the judges ever deliberated for a Whip-Off, but ultimately one sideways moment of steeze prevailed as Brazilian Bernardo Cruz leapt off the line to a win in the Official European Whip-Off Championships.

First Look: The New Juliana Nevis Carbon


Juliana’s hardtail cross-country weapon is now only available in carbon, and has received some updates that Juliana claims will make it more compliant and stable, while still maintaining the bike's razor-sharp handling.

TBT: Sh*tbike Destroys Trebuchet


Not even Middle-Age seige weaponry can kill the Sh*tbike.

Competition 001: Trek C3 at Crankworx Rotorua


Trek C3 Project riders Brett Rheeder and Brandon Semenuk take on the Crankworx slopestyle course in Rotorua, New Zealand.

Course Preview: USA National Champs DH at Mammoth


Take a run down the downhill race course for the USA National Championships next week at Mammoth.

Raw 100: Liam Mullany and Bas van Steenbergen


100 seconds of righteous raw ripping.

No Shelter: FEST Series Sending in Southern France


The FEST riders shred France to pieces.

Mind the Gap Ep. 7 – The unReal World Premiere


On June 18th, 2015, Teton Gravity Research and Anthill Films unveiled their long-awaited mountain bike film, unReal, to 1600 people in Vancouver, BC.

Review: Cannondale Jekyll 3


Click the handlebar-mounted travel adjuster and the Jekyll morphs from downhill slayer to climbing stud.

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