Our trip went down in early February in beautiful Nelson, New Zealand, and the surrounding areas of the Nelson Tasman district. We planned a little backcountry adventure with a few of my friends on our Juliana bikes. We rode sick tracks, and ended big days with beers & delicious food. Perfection. Bliss. After a few days of NZ backcountry at its best, we were exhausted, exhilarated and knackered. And, we were content. Happy, satisfied, and loving our lives.
Brandon and Logan decide to give bungee jumping a go for the first time, and then venture back to the Sunshine Coast for one last epic session with the boys.
Rocky Mountain's Thomas Vanderham & Geoff Gulevich traveled down to Utah to compete in this year's Red Bull Rampage, the largest and most dangerous competition in freeride mountain biking. Both of them killed it down there, coming away (mostly) unscathed and placing well (8th for Thomas, 11th for Gully). This is a short film about all the work and sweat and struggles behind the scenes of a competition like Rampage.
SRAM has always maintained that XX1 is not intended to be a weight-weenie's solution to changing gears. That said, it also happens to be 200 grams lighter than the company's anorexic XX group, so yeah, it's going to appeal to cross-country types. But there's still more to this story...
Words and Video courtesy of Lone Wolf Productions It’s the last Lone Wolf Productions rider section of the year, and we wanted to end it with a bang! Throughout the season I was able to shoot with Gully while he rode a variety of different disciplines and when we put all the video together it […]
Devinci Global Racing finishing 4th overall in team standings and took the top spot at both Windham and Hafjell. And then there were Steve Smith's triple-crown win in Whistler, a World Championship medal, and the utter domination of the field at the World Cup Finals in Hafjell.
“Traditionally, fox hunting is a pack of dogs chasing down a fox. Today, we’ll be flipping that on its head,” explains Gee Atherton in this video. “I’ll be the fox chasing down the pack. 120 guys lined up at the top of the mountain, mass starting into a downhill track and me jumping in behind them and passing as many as I can before I hit the finish.”
Semenuk and Logan Peat hit the streets of Vancouver before descending on Pemberton for one final downhill rip on Resurrectum.
The lightest, strongest DH bike on earth? At 7 pounds (with a RockShox Vivid Air bolted to the rear end), the new Santa Cruz V10 Carbon promises to shake things up.