At first I wanted to make it rain with insults, but I decided to bite my tongue …then Dakine sent us one and I was no longer able to stay on the sidelines.
The spring builds resistance up to the point of release, making it very clear to the rider when the cleat will release…
Construction is finally complete on a new Shore classic…
“It’s encouraged me to go a little faster, kept me in the cockpit when faster tried to get me in trouble…”
“…my mistakes were compounding and I was about to have my control bankrupted, but I stubbornly smashed a few holes and rocks, and came out the other side with credit intact.”
When spring morphed into actual summer, not some Canadian knock off of a warm season, my son and my favourite guilty pleasure came along
Some of us at NSMB have been riding clipped in forever. Others switched to flats due to the constant terror of riding in the era of “build it high, build it skinny, build it siiiiiick”
Kaz Yamamura meets up with Dylan Sheffer for more biking action.
Job one was to cook up some special rubber. Specialized enlisted Wolfgang Arenz, the mix maaster for Specialized tires, to conjure up his black gold…
The Enduro goes 650 by stealing the front triangle of the 26″ version – but does it ride like a Frankenbike?
You still see a lot of old Yakima HoldUps out there – and for good reason…
“When it came time to decide on a steed for my first trip into the Chilcotins…I didn’t hesitate when reaching for the Stumpy, and we had a grand old time…”
After owning the D3 helmet for a couple years I was able to identify a few more things that made it well worth the purchase
The global bike obsolescence conspiracy has won and there’s not much anybody can do about it.