What kind of bike does it take to keep up with the Captain of Chaos?
Jeff Herb, Nico Vink, Nick Pescetto, Andreu Lacondeguy and Kurt Sorge bring you Hoffest from the riders’ perspective.
Two time winner Kyle Strait talks about his first win in 2004.
A full day on steel Chromag hardtails touching the four corners of Whistler? How hard could that be?
Follow Andreu Lacondeguy, Kyle Strait and Tom Van Steenbergen as they prepare for a fresh hillside for Rampage 2014
Like super sizing your fast food meal, only without the diabetes…
A moody look at how the podium order got locked in with lots of slow mo to for trick analysis
Todd Hellinga got his hands on the tester just in time to race it in the EWS event in Whistler
Rémy delivers more than just hucks, gaps and scrubs…
“Riding bikes is awesome. Getting to ride bikes with Thomas Vanderham and Matt Hunter when you’re 7 years old? That’s even more awesome…”
Someone’s gotta pay those biking bills, but should we have all our eggs in one basket?
Eurobike product releases are dropping, and it looks like Tuesday is all about Helmets and MIPS
No more need to pack two helmets for Enduro races, or for 95% of us, for your next bike trip.
We asked for a Riot with more travel up front – the Riot delivered that and more
Anthony Messere leads the FMB World Tour, while Brandon Semenuk is just a smidge behind
Sam Hill won the race and Loic Bruni was fourth – only 1.075 seconds behind – but was Sam always in the lead?
Cory Leclerc worked as Robin Williams’ stunt double, riding bikes for the film RV…
Nasty, ridiculous riding that shows how talented and fearless these riders are…
All three spots atop the podium were filled by riders who placed in the top three on the day
Furious race action from France in the last World Cup DH of the year. Bryceland and Carpenter chase title bids, but who will grab the final chance at victory and carry the most momentum into World Championships?
Matt Simmonds and Rachel Atherton are fastest before the reins get dropped
McCaul, Rheeder and Semenuk, have enough of a voice within the company to influence the creation of a bike…
The riders are loving this new track. Steep and technical – will flat pedals win again?
Is this mountain biking? A circus stunt? The murky waters in between? Whatever – Zink pulled it off brilliantly, making it look so easy.
It’s a smooth and combustible blend of hard work, stoke, and sheer guts that’s been aged and refined for maximum viewing pleasure…
Who knew Peaty is fluent in French? “Je m’appelle downhill track!”
There was one notable omission from the Slash line: Carbon. That all changed last week.
What bike do you ride when a chair lift can’t take you to all the heinous lines and you want to go for a mellow (or not so) rip?
“That was not an Orgasm up there, it was just Pure Fear”