Meet the maker of the first purpose-built mountain bike, Joe Breeze.
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.
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
It's January. Winter vibes have descended upon us. The nonsensical daylight savings time has drastically limited the amount of sessions for those on the full time workweek grind. Night riding is an option but it just doesn’t provide the same sense of satisfaction. But we are lucky in North Carolina.
Light, confident and capable–Yeti's new 'super bike' is a better climber and descender than its predecessor, and, quite frankly, much of the competition.
This video has everything you could want in a mountain bike edit: steep, wet, root and rock-laden trails being absolutely shredded by a ripper on a trail bike. Make sure to watch to 2:18 for a big through-the-trees gap. In this case, Sid Slotegraaf rides some sloppy Squamish trail on his Transition Patrol.
Whistler ripper/raconteur Ian Morrison investigates all sides of the multi-skilled Devinci Spartan in a whip-heavy edit that’ll send your head snapping.
If you’ve ever spent hours on end digging and shaping and riding trails, you’ve also probably experienced the destruction of trails, often because a landowner decides they can’t risk the liability. In this video Sam Pilgrim and friends have rebuilt an old, previously destroyed set of trails and get right down to sessioning them.
One of the very few upsides of reduced rainfall is that bizarre, somewhat martian landscapes have been exposed and are potentially rideable. Here Cody Kelley rolls some high-consequence slabs which were previously underwater somewhere near Brighton Resort in Utah’s Wasatch mountains.