Geoff Gulevich and Jesse Melamed take the honor of ripping down the freshly-finished trail, smashing corners and catching eye-popping views from the top down.
Aaron Chase gets jibby on his Pivot fatbike at Highland Bike Park in New Hampshire. This is without a doubt the most progressive fatbike riding we’ve seen thus far; Aaron makes fat tires look like they were built for the bike park.
Olly Wilkins is one of the many talented riders who doesn't get nearly enough attention - despite being teammates with Bendan Fairclough and Sam Reynolds. He's a ripper on a bike, and he's also making his mark on the industry as DMR's brand manager.
Curtis Robinson takes advantage of winter conditions and makes some noise on his trail bike.
Vermont shredder Alex McAndrew gets in one of his last rides before tucking the horse away for winter.
Velosolutions received a request to build a pump track in Thailand, and the finished product is absolutely stunning.
Salsa's Spearfish proved one of the most maneuverable XC bikes in this year’s garage, which stood in contrast to the traditionally stable, long-wheelbased trekking machines we usually see from Salsa. But even more surprising was that this bike, which we found so fun and capable, had just 80 millimeters of rear travel.
There's something very authoritative about Trail Doctor Dan Milner's somewhat condescending accent, which makes him the perfect person to teach you how to pack your bike and have it arrive safely for your next riding adventure.
The Wynward Jam looks like it was a pretty righteous time, featuring big lines and everyone’s favorite event on two wheels: the whip-off.
Darren Berrecloth, Garett Buehler and Chris Van Dine journey along an ancient Incan road in the Peruvian Andes, encountering rarely-seen ruins and extreme physical challenge, and astonishing singletrack.
Ace Hayden blows out some dusty tracks at Sun Peaks in this edit from Lone Wolf Productions.
With better rollover and stability in mind, Commencal’s Meta SX 650b moves from 26 to 650b and gets this rad video edit to boot.
Siblings Leah and Jonathan are Irish enduro racers, and both are sponsored by Kona. Watch as they rip some loamy trails aboard their Process 111 and 153.
We wouldn’t want Remy Metailler chasing us, but of course he’d probably just gap over us once the opportunity arose. Forrest Riesco can handle the heat, though, as both twist the throttle on Whistler’s bermed-out Angry Pirate trail.
The Aptos Post Office jumps have been set to be plowed for years now, but unfortunately there are indications that it’s actually going to happen this time. This quick video captures some of the regulars sessioning this legendary spot.
Kenda team riders Tibor Simai, Guido Tschugg, Eric Porter, Kelly McGarry, and Carson Storch take to the Alps for some trail riding, snow sliding, and zip lining all through the beautiful scenic Bovec, Slovenia.
Out of 36 incredible bikes, half of our test crew picked Evil’s The Following as their favorite. Two others mentioned it as a close second, and the only guy who didn’t say anything about the bike when asked about his favorite didn’t even ride the thing. There’s no way to truly understand how remarkable The Following is without riding one yourself, something we definitely recommend doing.
SCOTT announced today that Neko Mulally will take a spot on their already-stacked 2015 team roster. As a bonus, they shot this video of he and Brendan Fairclough going head-to-head on their DH bikes.
Marcelo Gutierrez and Danny Hart train down a fast and fun track at Hafjell Bike Park in Norway. From Epic TV: The world is full of great downhill MTB tracks but Norway’s Hafjell Bike Park might just have the very best, Behold, the Roller Coaster. It’s long, steep, super curvy and features big jumps (lots
Any video with James Doerfling is bound to be packed with buffed, booter-laiden trails and big mountain lines. This edit put together by Doerfling’s longtime sponsor, Lizard Skins, is no exception.