Got a case of the Mondays? Watch this rad video by Quentin Chaumy of Nicolas Luque riding Belledonne Massive in the Alps.
Double backflips, frontflips off of drops, flipwhips, and good style are coupled with great filming in this piece from Harrison Mendel, Rupert Walker and Virtu Media.
I fell in love at the SF Bike Expo. The Expo embraces bikes, culture, and cool. It catered to both my bike geek side and adrenaline junkie side, and it did so with the romantic scent of cow manure in the air.
Despite spending years on the road with bands such as Sleater-Kinney and Wild Flag, Carrie Brownstein has had remarkably bad luck when it comes to finding an after party worth attending while on tour.
More than 80 artists have contributed original works created from SRAM bicycle components to support World Bicycle Relief.
Representing one of the largest reinvestments in North American professional mountain-biking in recent years, co-sponsors Sho-AIR and Cannondale announced the formation of the new Sho-Air/Cannondale race team on Thursday in Southern California. The Lineup. “World, Meet Sho-Air/Cannonadale. Sho-Air/Cannondale, Meet the World…” Billed as the North American arm of Cannondale’s global mountain bike race category, Sho-Air [...]
Does this photo prove that Lance Armstrong is an arrogant S.O.B. or does it just capture the man resting after a hard day of not feeling bad in the least about the shit-storm surrounding him? Wait, are those the same things?
By Vernon Felton When SRAM debuted their XX1 single-ring drivetrain, they made it clear from day one that XX1 wasn’t being targeted at any single group of riders. Sure, it made immediate sense to XC racers, but the allure of a less complicated drivetrain (and, potentially, one that results in fewer or no dropped chains) [...]
Source: Dan Barham Shot in the space of just twenty four hours, “An Ending” tells the story of Dylan Sherrard’s last few moments of Fall riding before Winter sets in to Kamloops, BC.
From counting sheep to dodging sheep, ONE Industries athlete, Dan Atherton, sets out on an epic ride in the company's AM kit – the new Alliance Jersey and Sector Short
Brandon Semenuk is in Virgin, Utah. Check out his run at Red Bull Rampage. Apparently, he's also a bad ass at rally racing.
Gore's Countdown 2.0 GT is a performance waterproof jacket that’s stripped down of any bells and whistles to keep price in check.
Check out the Contour Nepal edit from the award-winning bike movie ‘Where The Trail Ends.’ See just how gnarly the mountains are in this remote area as the athletes battle the elevation that has them gasping like fish out of water.
brightcove.createExperiences(); Source: Red Bull The latest film in the new series from videographer Clay Porter follows Gee Atherton to one of the most challenging freeride events, the Red Bull Rampage.
For part 3 of the trip Weir, Barel and company get to taste the true wilds of Morocco.
New apps, brilliant start-ups and why is this man wearing Philip Seymour Hoffman's Head?
Surf, beaches, fish heads, tattoo shops and one very sick rig...the Sombrio crew take a trip to California's remote North Coast.
Anthill's latest clip chronicles the 2012 World Cup Season and the top three riders as they battle it out for the title.
Autumn has arrived, leaves litter the ground and the sun packs his bag and punches the clock at work early; all of which change the ritual of riding for mountain bikers back east.
Sometimes getting out and riding--despite the horrible weather--is exactly the right thing to do, no matter how counter-intuitive it seems.