The guys from Mission Workshop brought the company’s new Acre mountain biking gear across the Atlantic, for some serious trail testing in the Alps. They also captured that journey in video and in a 75-page photo book featuring the work of Bike senior photographer, Dan Barham. Here’s a look inside the project.
Yeti turned quite a few heads with the introduction of the SB66 and their new Switch Technology linkage. Now, the SB95 is drawing attention, which takes the same linkage and applies it to a 29-inch platform. The pedal-friendly linkage, paired with a relatively slack geometry (68.5-degree head angle) should make for a formidable all-day mile-muncher. […]
Danny MacAskill, Daniel Dhers and Martin Söderström shred near POC’s Swedish headquarters.
A behind the scenes of Team Monster/Specialized’s (Sam Hill, Brendan Fairclough and Troy Brosnan) races at the 2011 DH World Championship in Champery, Switzerland.
Part 5 of the 5-part “Elements of Perfection” video series from Whistler Bike Park. “Some question its presence. As if chairlifts and full-face helmets somehow diminish the passion behind our gravity-fueled pursuit. What we know is that it has never been about equipment or high-speed quads or dual crown forks. Instead, it’s about substance, and […]
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Rad Ross Schnell talks about the overall concept behind the Trestle All-Mountain Enduro.
The Whistler Mountain Bike Park hosted its millionth unique rider on August 12, making it the first lift-accessed mountain Bike Park in the world to reach this number of riders. The Whistler Mountain Bike Park is in its twelfth season of operation and is considered by many the number one lift access mountain bike park […]
“We were just looking for a place to avoid doing homework,” jokes Cameron McCaul. He’s referring to Aptos, California’s, ‘Post Office Jumps’. Though McCaul is an extremely gifted all-around mountain biker with a quick wit to match, he is probably best known for his skills as a dirt jumper. And this is hardly surprising, considering he honed his craft in an “empty lot” across the street from the Northern California town’s post office.
By: Ryan LaBar GT’s top-end Zaskar 100 9r Pro retials for $5,500. The 100-millimeter bike isn’t adorned with the lightest parts, but still comes in at a reasonable 27 pounds with pedals (size large). GT’s Marketing Manager, Chris Hopwood runs through some of the Zaskar 100 9r Pro’s new features: To better accommodate the characteristics […]