While riding in Kymi, Evia, Greece, this rider barely misses a lucky sheep on the landing, after sending a road gap. Now that was a close call!
Devinci Global Racing is entering the 2013 gravity arena with a lineup best described as "stacked". On the eve of the new season, the team decided to warm up for the big event by sampling some of Vancouver Island’s finest. This video gives you a glimpse of the squad's speed and skill.
Specialized's Status II is one of the most affordable DH bikes on the market, but it’s not just a bargain—it’s a phenomenal bike at any price.
You can think of Santa Cruz's latest model, the Solo, as a 650b version of their existing Blur TRc--roughly five inches (125 millimeters) of travel, a slack head angle (68 degrees), low bottom bracket (13.1 inches) and--this is the point of departure--650b wheels.
The race season is upon us and after a winter full of travel and training, it's time to see how the work will pay off for Jerome Clementz. This "Race to race" episode gives you a glimpse of how Jérôme (accompanied by Ben Cruz and Pauline Dieffenthaler) gets into race mode and how life is going during the season. Follow the life of the Cannondale Overmountain Team for two weeks on the road.
From March to May the landscape of thge southern hemisphere is transformed by the second season of its year. In other words, this video of Conor Macfarlane is full of ripping leafy, loamy, loose single track under an incredibly colourful canopy in Arrowtown, New Zealand.
With the clock ticking down to the first day of filming it's time for Danny to step up his riding. But with the full scale of the project starting to dawn on him, Danny finds himself feeling the pressure. As the warehouse goes into lockdown and the cameras start to roll will he be able to take his riding to new levels and realise his dreams for the film?
Fox recently launched a new mini-site dedicated to their new 40 fork. The site includes the video (above) as well as testimony from racers such as Aaron Gwin, Gee Atherton and Greg Minnaar who've piloted the 5.98-pound, air-sprung downhlll fork to podiums around the world.
Eddy Merckx was a workhorse, a Belgian strongman who raced all year and kicked ass everywhere he went. Which probably made life a bit of a bitch for his son, Axel. The kid had a hell of a lot to live up to. People wanted Merckx the Younger to live up to his dad, but seriously, no one has ever lived up to Eddy Merckx. Hell, Eddy Merckx would have a hard time living up to Eddy Merckx.