BC Bike Race Day 6 – Squamish

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.

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Hometown Havoc with Bas van Steenbergen


One does not simply scroll past a Bas van Steenbergen edit.

Preview: Giant Trance Advanced 27.5 2


There are carbon frames that cost nearly as much as this bike--Giant's least expensive carbon Trance model. So what's the catch? Are the parts crap? Here are some first thoughts after a few months aboard the Trance Advanced 27.5 2.

Deity: Jet Black Ninja


The Jet Black Ninja meets the Cryptkeeper.

Matt Macduff Detonates Barcelona


He's a maniac. He's the Lord of Leopard Print Pants. He's Matt Macduff and he's destroyed Barcelona with his devil horns-inspiring style.

Life Beyond Walls in New Zealand – Episode 2 | Smith


After fumbling through a rocky start to their adventure on New Zealand's South Island, the gloomy weather cleared and the Smith crew rode some singletrack gems around Craigieburn and Christchurch before heading south towards Queenstown.

Commanding Turn: Shimano’s Original SPD Pedal


As the 1980s turned into the 1990s, mountain biking was a wave still building, and the crest of that growing wave was shaped by cross-country racing. At the sharp end of the ‘pedal until it all turns red’ set, there was much to be desired in terms of the actual pedals being used.

Peaty Tests the Lenzerheide World Cup Track


Peaty guinea pigs some of the freshly built sections on the upcoming Lenzerheide World Cup track.

High Desert to High Alpine


From high desert trails to high alpine riding and the lush forests in between, there's no doubt that Central Oregon is a haven for the singletrack minded, and the Bike team was lucky enough to sample the goods during our 2015 Bible of Bike Tests.

Basics: How to Carry Your Bike | Trail Doctor


Trail Doctor Dan Milner would like to save you a trip to your chiropractor by showing you how to properly lift and carry your bike on the trail.

Voting Now Open for Bell Built East Region


Voting is now open for the Bell Built East Region finalists. Check out the candidates and cast your vote.

The Web Monkey Speaks: The Bigotry of Wilderness


Vernon voices his opinion on the long-standing mountain bike ban in wilderness areas.

La Parva SuperDownhill: Nine-Mile DH Race


On April 19th racers in Chile took on the La Parva SuperDownhill, descending over 7000 feet in nine miles.

Happy Mother’s Day from Kitsbow


Kitsbow knows what mom really wants.

Beyond the Bike with Cam McCaul


Always the entertainer, Cam McCaul gives us a look into his life beyond riding and talks about what the future might have in store for him.

Mike Steidley Rides Trials at the Cabo Arch


Journey to the Cabo Arch with 12x US National Champion Mike Steidley.

Fat Summer is Coming – Marco Hösel


Marco Hösel puts his Nicolai fatbike to use on some slushy and muddy springtime terrain.

The Story Behind The Evil Following | Blueprint


It's not the bike anyone expected from Evil. The Following turns convention on its head in many ways. But will riders place their trust in Evil again? Should they? This is the story of both a brand and a bike that are battling their way back into the fold.

Aaron Chase and Adam Hauck Find Lines in a NJ Mine


Aaron Chase has a knack for finding wacky places to ride, and this time he and his partner-in-crime Adam Hauck are riding in and around a mine owned by Hauck's family.

The Sales Acquisition Officer | Transition Ripcord 24″


That department store bike is making your kid miserable.

Bontrager SE4 Team Issue | Beatdown


Bontrager's SE4 Team Issue tire isn't the cheapest around, but good rubber is worth every penny.

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