How did Ibis Cycles get its start? Where is it going today? We put Scot Nicol on a stage and gave him the limelight to tell us his and Ibis’ story–past, present and future. These videos are you chance to see and hear it all. Enjoy.
Photos: Dan Barham Words: Bad Vlad and the Apparatchiks Bike magazine’s Bible crew was lucky enough to stumble upon Brevard, North Carolina’s ‘Zombie Squirrel’ Alleycat Race—a celebration of bikes, beer, brains and bar chords. The inimitable DFB was there to capture the undead action.
Words: Joe Parkin Photos: Anthony Smith Video: Scott Smith Every professional athlete I’ve ever met has really just been a larger, stronger and faster 12-year old, with an insatiable desire to try new things. And every professional wheel-sports athlete I’ve ever met has had some strong interest in other wheel sports. In other words, most [...]
Photos: Anthony Smith The Portland Design Works / Paved Magazine Circulus Pursuit was a single-elimination pursuit-style race around the compact (about 40 feet in diameter) circular velodrome. The competition came down to a very exciting finals round between Jason, an explosive young show-boater, and Geneo, a 49 year old Minneapolis resident and bike shop owner [...]
Written by Seb Kemp Photos by Nicolas Teichrob Day One: Lift-off! The De Havilland chugs across the lake and we lift slowly off of the water. The noise from the engines would muffle any conversation, that is, if the incredible scenes didn’t already do so. Everyone present on the plane is glued to the window. [...]
Photos: Liam Doran The first stage of the inaugural Trestle All-Mountain Enduro was a chainless downhill, where Mother Nature decided to make things interesting by throwing random downpours, cold winds and lightning in the mix. It was this stage that saw downhill racer Brian Buell take an early, and surprising, lead over Ross Schnell. Over [...]
Photos and words by: Anthony Smith Just hours before the Kokanee Crankworx Red Bull Joyride slopestyle event, some of the world’s best racers, freeriders, and local shredders gathered on Whistler’s Crabapple Hits trail to battle for bragging rights in the unofficial Whip Off World Championships.
Words: Ryan LaBar Photos: Anthony Smith and Bruno Long The weather cleared and summer finally hit in Whistler, British Columbia, for the Red Bull Joyride slopestyle contest. In a high-flying battle with insane tricks and unfortunate crashes during the first two rounds, the field was whittled down to just eight riders for the super finals. [...]
Photos by: Anthony Smith
By: Anthony Smith Last summer, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort’s trail builders worked side by side with the masterminds at Gravity Logic–the world’s premiere trail sculptors–to construct the resort’s all new Bike Park. Recently, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, with support from the The North Face, unveiled its all-new bike park to the public. This past weekend, [...]