Marcelo Gutierrez is Colombia's best downhill rider. In this clip, Red Bull brings a sample of the adrenaline, speed and risk-taking in one of his daily routine trainings.
The Evil Uprising has been in the works--and people have been mooning over it-- for what seems an eternity. We just received the Evil Uprising introduction video and well, the bike looks impressive.
The new Scott Gambler 10 requires some commitment from its pilot, but rewards daring riders with insane control in fast, big-boy terrain.
The title for this clip says it all--KC Deane shreds southern Utah. Beautiful landscape shots, intense POVs and some riveting action make this the perfect five-minute break. Enjoy.
You can stay right at home and have the ride of your life. A trip to the alps? It seems excessive, but this video sure makes "excessive" look like a hell of a lot of fun.
It took six long years to make the new Ibis Ripley 29er...What took them so long? We crashed Ibis headquarters, brought a video crew and got the exclusive story. Check out our video and, if you're feeling particularly literate, we've got words and pretty pictures too.
SCOTT-3Rox team riders, Geoff Kabush, Cam Jette, Amanda Sin, and Derek Zandstra, all chime in on the new carbon 29er Team Scale 900 and why it's their weapon of choice this season.
Forty five riders from around the globe all vied for the top honors at the second Red Bull Roast It competition, treating the crowd to a dirt-jumping spectacle.
While we were impressed with Cannondale's 26er version of its Trigger trail bike, all of our testers wanted to give the 29er version a go. We now have a Trigger 29er and will be showcasing it in the pages of Bike. In the meantime, here's a quick video preview we made of the new Cannondale Trigger 29er.
Singletrack High, a new film chronicling the growth and impact of high-school racing, is beginning to make the rounds in a series of public screenings. Here's the teaser.
Wade Simmons and Brett Tippie blow the doors off of winter--snowboarding and ripping trails in a fashion that is just jaw-dropping and which makes doing anything other than riding a bike today seem like cruel and unusual punishment.
Calling a bike ‘vanilla’ is usually an insult, but inthe case of the Kona Operator, it’s just the opposite. This bike is plain, simple and durable, and these traits are exactly why we loved it.
Just in case you forgot why Sam Pilgrim was in contention for the FMB title in 2012, this video comes along, blows your mind and makes a mockery of gravity.
It'd be easy to hang up the bike for the winter when you live somewhere frozen solid, bitter cold and just damn unpleasant for a good chunk of the year. That, however, isn't how folks from Michigan roll.
Over the past decade, Bell's been positioned as the "affordable" brand of helmets while its twin sister, Giro, received the sexy features. That's all changing. Bell's new Full 9 and Super helmet models suggest that Bell is on track to regain some of its former glory as a high-end, no-holds-barred helmet maker. We went inside Bell’s think tank to get the inside story on how a helmet is born: from rough sketch to high-tech brain bucket.
Another Bike Magazine-exclusive video? Yes. With Camaros. It will all make sense soon enough.
In the meantime, master thespian, Seb Kemp, gets into character....
Cannondale's Trigger Carbon 1 is fast, flickable and tons of fun, though it left some testers wondering whether bigger wheels would make green grass greener.
Hardtails, cedars, mist in the trees….lines carved. If this video doesn’t inspire you to get out and ride now—right now—you need to go check yourself for a pulse.
Mountain biking is about the experiences you have on and off the bike, the jokes that are shared, friendly races between mates, waking up with sore legs yet wanting to get back on the bike...and getting into situations that you wouldn’t if you stayed at home playing it safe.
This is one of the few out there that really shows the basics of frame building with composites. There's obviously still a lot that's missing and I'm not suggesting that all carbon frames are made the same way (far from it), but it's a good starting point on wrapping your mind around this labor-intensive and utterly unique process.