November issue of Bike magazine hits newsstands

Stories from mountain biking's soulful fringes

The November issue of Bike hits newsstands today, and the entire magazine is devoted to the ruggedly individualistic resolve that has given mountain biking its defining moments. It’s a revolt against all the superficial crap that is suffocating us. It’s about interesting and often-eccentric people who consistently do whatever they want, regardless of fickle industry trends. It’s about punk rock. Never mind the bollocks—here’s Bike magazine.

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A rowdy group of friends throws caution to the wind in a mid-winter quest for snow-free singletrack. What could possibly go wrong?
A rowdy group of friends throws caution to the wind in a mid-winter quest for snow-free singletrack. What could possibly go wrong?
Something about a rugged, 50-mile circuit in Utah's Wasatch Range has secured one man's undying devotion to its hard-fought freedoms.
Something about a rugged, 50-mile circuit in Utah’s Wasatch Range has secured one man’s undying devotion to its hard-fought freedoms.
Contributing Editor Vernon Felton and Gear Editor Ryan Palmer test out Breadwinner's latest hand-made beauty, the Bad Otis.
Contributing Editor Vernon Felton and Gear Editor Ryan Palmer test out Breadwinner’s latest hand-made beauty, the Bad Otis.