This redesigned Rift Zone with 110 millimeters of travel out back and 120 up front joins the growing number of bikes with mismatched travel. Most bikes like this grey the lines between the trail and all-mountain categories, but instead this bipartisan bike crosses the aisle between cross-country and trail.
The Aptos Post Office Jumps was a spot where some of the industry's best riders came up and it has had an undeniable influence on the mountain bike world. The Aptos Post Office Jumps was a spot where some of the industry's best riders came up and it has had an undeniable influence on the mountain bike world. "The Death of Post Office" is a short film by Alex Reveles to see the last minutes of the jumps and some of the bet moments from when they were still running.
Kye Forte is not a man who is happy to confine his love for two wheels to the smooth berms and sculpted lips of his local trails. Taking influence from his father, Kye has had a long-running love affair for the noise and fury of motocross. More recently, though, he's turned his attention to downhill mountain biking, which he feels provides the perfect medium between the two.
Sam Flanagan, Joe Flanagan, Ali Parkin and Toby Pantling embraced the British winter and set off into the Scottish Highlands to look for snow-covered trails in Cairngorms National Park.
Cam Bissett, Gareth Burgess and Kyle Thomas shred their freshly built trail on Mt. Hutt in Methven, New Zealand. They also prove that downhill, all-mountain and fatbikes can shred together quite happily!
Brett Rheeder trips to Malaga, Spain to ride and film with BMX legend Ruben Alcantara.
The Smuggler earns both praise and a place amongst the best bikes in the new breed of short-travel, aggressively-angled 29ers.
Bernard Kerr shows off the variety of dirt jumps, park lines and trails on his home shredding turf, and gives new meaning to the perfect beer hand-up.
True life is a new web series featuring Bryan Reginer and some of his friends.
Marcelo Gutierrez rides santa Rosa, pushing his fitness on the physically demanding track and moving at the ridiculously high speeds Marcelo is known for.
Berm Bros take you on a tour of some quintessential New Zealand singletrack in Whakarewarewa forest in Rotorua.
Felt squeezes 100 millimeters of travel out of the Edict’s flexing seatstays, which replace the rear pivots, resulting in a snappy rear-end. Couple this with the svelte, stiff FRD layup and you get pure forward motion.
New Zealand's downhill national championships went off over the weekend in Rotorua, with George Brannigan taking the win. This will also be the track used for the DH race during Crankworx Rotorua, which kicks off on March 25th.
Anton Cooper took the win at the New Zealand XC national championships, which took place over the weekend at the Rotorua bike festival.
Victor Smith ain't afraid to send it on big wheels! He heads out on his Transition Covert 29 to rip up some burly, fun-looking trails.
Eric Porter has been hard at work doing some riding in Moab for a film company called MacGillivray Freeman Films, which is currently shooting a film about U.S. National Parks.
After a five-year absence, Specialized brought back the cross-country Era for 2015, redesigned with 29-inch wheels, women’s-specific geometry, top-shelf components and an all-carbon frame.
Enjoy some of the stail hucking, wall riding and ledge-dropping that went down at the urban downhill race in the port city of Talcahuano, Chile. Tomas Slavik took the top spot, with Filip Polc in second and Kike Genova taking up third.
Hi-5 rider Jonathan Allyn rips his local track with some big gaps on his Banshee Darkside and Spitfire.
The upcoming Anthill-produced Sony Dream Capture edit will feature Brett Rheeder and BMX legend Reuben Alcantara riding in Malaga, Spain. Judging by the trailer, the two found some good spots.