Going back to a hardtail – even one with progressive geometry like the Primer – required patience. The payoff was well worth it.
A collaboration between the legends of the framebuilding world and the new wave of framebuilders creating the future of bicycle making.
“…if you do finish a ride with super wet shoes, you can just slide off the outer shoes and drive home in the liners.”
Cedric Gracia treats us to an entertaining voice-over from his brilliant race run at the Megavalanche Reunion Island from late 2016.
From bikes that defy their category to jackets that deliver and a electronic shifting, Pete’s Best of 2016 choices ran the gamut this year.
A well-rounded Christmas haul that covers the bases, from a good book, to MTB skills, to dressing up your #flaskfriday. And a bike.
While there are many great riders, and other world champions, there are very few legends, and only one Anne-Caroline.
Their catalog is so precise that the pages can be used to cut limes. My margarita tastes great, by the way.
The Hendrix has become the Marshall, the Kobain is new, and the Django comes in two wheel sizes but neither is plus…
We have our own ideas, but yours are usually better. Talk to us!
The new Giro Switchblade shares a name and a removable chin bar with its predecessor, but everything else – including its intended use – is different.
Jesse Melamed just misses, Rude repeats as EWS Whistler champ. Carlson finds redemption, while Brown and Miller finish 3rd and 4th.
Three days of riding the new Enduro and soaking in the riding culture on BC’s Sunshine Coast.
For the launch of the 2017 Giant Trance, we headed to the pristine, remote wilderness of the Southern Chilcotins.