With the Kamikaze Bike Games currently in full swing at Mammoth Mountain, this video pretty much sums up how far we’ve come since the first Kamikaze race in the mid-80s.
Source: Mongoose Bikes Chris Akrigg and Amir Kabbani take on Malaga, Spain during the 2012 Mongoose Road Trip. There isn’t a better place to spot a Mongoose then in the mountains of Malaga, Spain. A run-yourself-ragged road trip with two of the best riders in the business.
Source: Anthill Films “The UCI world cup circuit is a living, breathing community of riders dedicated to travelling the globe to race bikes. Nomadic in nature, this elite community exists only on the road in a never-ending pursuit of milliseconds. These athletes train the hardest, constantly drive technology forward and act as ambassadors for our […]
This isn't another huck-fest video. It's an exacting look at what it takes to win against a field of the world's best riders.
It looks like Chris Akrigg is back to full form after badly breaking his leg a while back. If any of us were to go near this ‘Mill’, with or without bikes, we’d end up needing one hell of a tetanus shot. Not Akrigg though, his description for this video was simply: “Well that was […]
By Vernon Felton Listening to covers of great songs is usually the auditory equivalent of taking a bath in razor blades and rubbing alcohol. Nevertheless, I have to admit that Rhett Miller’s take on Johnny Cash’s classic Old `97 proves the exception to the rule.
Here's another animated clip from Pitchfork’s website, in which Wu Tang's GZA reminisces on the first time he took RZA up to the Bronx to see a block party.
Video Source: DirtTV DirtTV’s highlights of the Unofficial Whip Off World Championships. Text Source: Crankworx The event took place on the Whistler Mountain Bike Park’s gigantic Crabapple Hits. There are no rules in this event; the biggest, most stylish whip takes home the $1,000 cash prize. This year, American Tyler McCaul was the man to […]
In 2013, Scott Sports will prove one of the most avid proponents of 27.5 (650B) wheels. Scott Sports’ marketing director, Adrian Montgomery, gives us the low-down on both next year’s 27.5 (650B) and 29er Genius models.
Dakine went back to the drawing board and came up with some simple, yet clever, tweaks that make their venerable tailgate pad even better.
Video Courtesy of Cycles Devinci With Crankworx gearing up, you might be wondering why Whistler gets so much press. Ian Morrison and Steve Smith do a fine job of providing proof that Whistler lives up to its hype. Crankworx 2012: A Local’s Guide from Cycles Devinci on Vimeo.