Tito Tomasi journeys from Bali to Sumbawa, as he explores Indonesia on a mountain bike.
Source: Transition Bikes Transition Bikes is proud to release their new video series Lars N Bars, a laid back how-to video series featuring pro downhill rider Lars Sternberg. The series will focus on all types of riding from XC to DH and show you tips and skills that will help make you become a more […]
For the first edition of Bike magazine’s Mechanic Mondays, Squirrel will run though how to shorten the brake hose of Shimano’s Saint disc brake. Next week, Squirrel will show you how to perform a brake bleed on Shimano’s Saint stoppers. NOTE: We know it’s not Monday, but due to this week’s site revamp, we will […]
Two of the sport’s rising stars throwing down. Mike Montgomery nearly pulled the 1080, but, when the guys adjusted the ramp, some nasty weather (that storm that soaked California) rolled in and put the damper on it. Stay tuned to Bike and see what happens when the ground dries out. It ought to make you […]
Sterling Lorence – Follow Me Slide Show from Anthill Films on Vimeo. Here is a slideshow of some stills Sterling Lorence took during the shooting of Anthill Films’ Follow Me. It’s art. Read the interview with Lorence at ridemonkey.com.
Starting today, December 1, at 5:30 PM (on the west coast) Fuel TV will be airing the Red Bull Rampage Retrospective. This video unspools highlights from throughout the years of the Red Bull Rampage. “Red Bull Rampage Retrospective” Air Dates (All times are on the west coast): Wednesday, 12/01/2010 5:30 PM Friday, 12/03/2010 5:30 PM […]
By: Kevin Rouse Secreted away in an undisclosed Golden State location lies the epicenter of SRAM’s research and development efforts for cranks, bottom brackets, stems and handlebars. Recently, Bike had the opportunity to visit this secret location to get a sneak peek into the R&D process, most notably the rigorous testing protocols each and every […]
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The Trails: Copper Harbor is a small town perched on the north-most point of Michigan’s Keweenaw peninsula. With a year-round population of just 82 residents, what this tourist destination lacks in people, it makes up for in vast forests littered only with miles and miles of perfect pulse-raising singletrack. The trails are good enough to […]
By: Kevin Rouse The Trails With an extensive and well-maintained trail system, Kernville boasts some of the best riding around, offering a varied assortment of trails suitable for all styles of riding. All mountain rides take the spotlight however, as Kernville serves up some amazing climbs and descents. Speaking of descents, Kernville’s Cannell Plunge trail […]