Fabien Barel won the first round of the Enduro World Series in Punta Ala. Clementz came in 2nd place. Jared Graves took third.
It is July and the biggest thing in bike world is the Tour de France. Yes, there are Olympic MTB XC qualifying races, BC Ride, yadda yadda yadda. But the Tour de France is, at its beating heart, a mountain bike race. That they ride rigid 29ers with skinny tires and wear really tight shorts [...]
Words by Brice Minnigh, Photos by Morgan Meredith It was only Day 5 of the seven-day BC Bike Race, and the cracks had begun to show. Bike magazine’s own Team Sad Sacks—who had spent much of the race’s first four days faffing around taking riding photos, helping other racers with repairs and chatting far too [...]
While much of the United States spent Wednesday drinking beer and barbecuing in honor of Independence Day, Bike magazine’s own Team Sad Sacks celebrated July 4 by grinding their way through the most physically taxing stage of the BC Bike Race.
Between xgames bashing and Mtb twitter wars, twitter its cool tonight — Craig Stik Glaspell (@stikmanglaspell) June 30, 2012 This week I’ve decided to hand over The News Of The Tweet to Stikman it seems. He was the sun around which so much humorous tweeting revolved this week. Watching x games live on espn, over [...]
Words by Brice Minnigh Photos by Morgan Meredith The 500-strong field in the 2012 BC Bike Race converged yesterday morning on the tiny community of Powell River, disembarking their ferry to a rousing welcome from the local community—including bagpipes, a choir and applause from hundreds of the town’s residents. Within a half-hour of arriving on [...]
Source: Red Bull Travelling with your bike is an amazing way to create connections between different riding communities all over the world. To capture this, the Anthill crew followed freeride legend Wade Simmons on his annual summer trip to the Swiss Alps along with fellow freerider and friend Matt Hunter. The Switzerland session presents three [...]
Words by Brice Minnigh Photos by Morgan Meredith From the steady rain that pelted our tents through the wee hours this morning to the noisy German-language conversation that served as our early 5 am wake-up call, Bike magazine’s own Team Sad Sacks knew today would be a day of reckoning with untoward elements. Unable to [...]
Words by Harlan Price Campbell River hosted day two of the BC Bike Race under the wettest conditions in race history. With a police escort, 525 spirited racers left from the Robert Ostler Park under a steady drizzle of rain. After a neutral start the police escort pulled aside and an opening road section spread [...]
Words by Harlan Price/Photos by Dave Silver, Margus Riga and Todd Weselake BC Bike Race Day 1 Surrounded by a country celebrating its birthday, the winners of the opening day at the BC Bike Race started their seven-day journey through epic BC singletrack. Barry Wicks, and Wendy Simms (Kona Bikes) won the opening stages of [...]
Here’s to the beloved Sh*tbike, our world-famous ambassador of sideways enthusiasm. While yours most certainly lacks the A-list celebrity status owned by our intrepid Bikemag beamed blunder, we know you’ve got one—a pile of crap, a relic of a bygone era, that humble bike that got you to class mostly on time, a daily driver [...]
Upload pictures of your worn, beat-up bike to the ‘Proof of Life’ Photo Contest from Teva for a chance to win up to $2K in prizes. A winner will be selected each week to receive a free pair of Teva Links Mid shoes, and at the end of August one grand prize winner with the [...]
By Vernon Felton By now, you probably know that SRAM is rolling out an 11-speed, single-ring group called XX1. If not, check out this story. Today, SRAM revealed a few more details about the new group, which they believe will appeal to both enduro and cross-country racing types. If you’re still grappling with the whole [...]
Words by Brice Minnigh Photos by Morgan Meredith Bike magazine’s own Team Sad Sacks is off to a fun start at the 2012 BC Bike Race, making countless new friends and savoring highest-quality singletrack they’ve ever experienced in a stage race. Riders from 33 countries were either pleasantly surprised or shocked by the technical nature [...]
Our most valued photo contributors have devoted years to refining their craft, learning to read light, manipulate time and compose landscapes. But equally important as their technical precision is the fact that they are all committed mountain bikers—real riders who combine their abilities with hard work to elevate our sport to a more noble, almost spiritual, plane.
By Derek Taylor Photo by Nicholas Teichrob HE WAS ALWAYS A LITTLE AWKWARD. That was the first tip-off. Many action sports prodigies are a little unusual before they find their calling. He never got along with the stick-andball jocks in his rural Idaho hometown. He was gawky, wore his jeans too high, and his T-shirts—usually [...]