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.
New Mexico’s Angel Fire Resort is opening its revamped Bike Park today, May 26. The bike park hosts the longest season in the Rockies and is currently the most affordable park in the country. The resort is also hosting the Mountain States Cup ‘Chilli Challenge’, next weekend, June 3-5. Here are some clips of the […]
A well-done video with an appearance by our very own former Assistant Photo Editor, Morgan. Truvativ: Every Ride Has a Story. Back in January, Truvativ swung through Bellingham, Washington and witnessed the supreme creativity and perseverance a diverse group of trail builder’s had.
This video has everything from slow-motion goggle shots to dramatic product shots to berm-slashing radness. Having just signed with Knolly Bikes, Mike Hopkins is now releasing a steady stream of content bolstering the brand’s presence on the web. Video is by Liam Mullany. For more photos and information on the shoot visit Ridemonkey.com
The Coastal Crew has taken one large step into the world of filmmaking by teaming up with Anthill Films to produce its first feature mountain bike film. The collaboration is called SecondBase Films. By meshing its rider perspectives with Anthillʼs long-time experience and success, SecondBase Films is excited to present ʻfrom the Inside Outʼ. ʻInside […]
Ever wonder how the video quality changes between the top-brand POV cameras? Well, in this web-feature, Squirrel puts them each to the test. Check out the July issue of Bike magazine for a more in-depth rundown and test of these cameras. Squirrel compares five POV cameras head-to-head, back-to-back on the same (overgrown) course. The same […]
We don’t know who these guys are, but they sure make that trail look a lot of fun. Cuss-word warning: there is some profanity in this video. Also, there is no music in this video so choose your own. NOTE: It has been brought to our attention that the rider in front is Bryn Dickerson. […]
Behold the Kona Entrourage–baby brother to the Operator (see bottom of page). No need to take the cranks or chain guide off to tighten up the main pivot. It can be easily tightened from the non-drive side of the bike. The Entourage has short-for-its-class 16.3-inch chainstays. The back end of the Entrouage sports a 150-millimeter […]