The sights and sounds of a wintry shred.
Enduro racing was originally a "blind" racing format where, unlike downhill or cross-country competitions, racers could not pre-ride and learn every detail of the timed stages. This is the purest format of Enduro. In recent years, however, organizers have added practice runs to the schedule. Pre-riding the course is supposed to even out the advantage of local riders or racers who have raced the same event previously. Is that how it actually works out? Ash Smith scouts this year's Trans-Provence and shares his thoughts on keeping enduro pure.
What's the story on Santa Cruz Bicycles' new Bronson 650b bike? Here's the exclusive Blueprint video and story on the Bronson's development. Bike Magazine’s Seb Kemp is the only person outside of Santa Cruz Bicycle’s inner circle to have extensively ridden the Bronson. Check out Seb's impressions of the Bronson and the bike's designers thoughts on the new bike.
In Episode Three of Jerome Clementz' "12 Months, 12 Stories" video series, Jerome and company head to South Africa where they sample the single track around Cape Town: Jonkershoek nature reserve, Tokai forest, Stellenbosch area and Grabouw.
The Ultimate Wade Simmons Experience Video Contest is ready to go to the polls. BC Bike Race has announced the finalists and it’s time to get all democratic. Your vote will help decide which rider races alongside Wade Simmons in the BC Bike Race.
Meet Katie Compton, known to her fans as KFC. Trust us, the "F" isn't for Francis. Compton earned her middle initial the hard way, powering through nine grueling seasons of cold, muddy Cyclocross mayhem.
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.
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.