Introducing the New SRAM HS2 Rotor
Thicker surfaces and a heat-shedding paint make the HS2 SRAM's coolest running rotor to date...
How to pack a bunch of shit onto your bicycle
The Noobs Guide to Bikepacking - Part 1
“Hold on a second. I can just write myself an e-mail if I wanted to read some ill-informed opinions on a topic that I don’t know much about...”
Honzo ESD: After Hours
Kona Ambassador Leah Lind-White teams up with Satchel Cronk to create an incredible all night shred-a-thon...
2021 UCI DH World Championships Round Up
A historic day in Val di Sole, and a strong showing from the Canadian juniors were all part of this year's World Champs...
Shimano Brings Ice Technology Freeza to Their 6-Bolt Mounted Rotors
"Available in both 180mm and 203mm options, the new RT-MT905 rotor delivers unprecedented cooling benefits in a 6-bolt rotor option..."
Obsessed With Mountain Biking
The NSMB Podcast: Kasper Woolley – Coming Of Age
How did Kasper Woolley end up racing bikes, and pitting with a factory team at EWS events after years of ski racing…
REVIEW | EDITORIAL
When it comes to bikes and gear, the team here at NSMB.com generally agrees on what works and what doesn't. But every once in a while our testers disagree so strongly that a rebuttal is necessary.
WORTH EVERY PENNY
Worth Every Penny: August 27th
Editor's picks that we reach for every time and wouldn't hesitate to replace.
Bio-lubricants: Fast or Friction?
Why you need to oil your bike's chain, how it works, and wet vs dry lubes - we've got a lot to cover.
Ask Uncle Dave
Have New Standards Made Bikes Better?
"Let’s take that 2011 Giant Reign the Mr. Quinney hangs out to dry and see what we could do with a modern take using nothing but 2011 standards..."
Preview the Naughty Northumbrian with Brendan Fairclough
Join the South's finest free-racer in the wilds of Northumberland to sample what these race-only, hand built and wild trails have to offer...
Bigger & Better
Oakley Sutro Review
Oakley's largest coverage model is like wearing a goggle lens with arms…
A women's freeride event in Bellingham, WA
Canadian Made Carbon: the We Are One Arrival
We were on hand, filming the chaotic last days before the release of We Are One's magnum opus - The ARRIVAL.
2022 Canyon Lux Trail
It's firm and fast, and light but built to last. Canyon's new trail bike has come to stay and play on North Shore Tech-C trails.
Cycling Canada's 2021 World Champs Selection Blunder
Is it better to have riders who don't meet selection criteria - or no riders at all? Cycling Canada had one thought and then decided otherwise.
The Knife Edge
Gee Atherton explains why he chose to share such a raw piece of footage and why he feels it’s important that we don’t shy away from the less glamorous side of extreme sports...
Ride Every Day | The Bass Way
“Any perspective in my life, the bike has always been there to save me.”
WTB CZR Carbon Wheels Ridden (a little)
WTB pairs CZR i30 rims with their own Frequency hubs for a reasonably-priced carbon wheelset with a common sense warranty and a great ride...
Cycling Canada Updates 2021 World Championship DH Team to Include Elite Women
Three elite women and the addition of a fourth junior lady now selected to attend Worlds in Val Di Sole…
The Best Bit About Being A Bike Reviewer
Even for the biggest bright-eyed and bushy-tailed gear nerd, the best part of reviewing bike stuff is working with the artistic wizards that make it look interesting...
Final Results – Maribor World Cup DH 2021
The hot, dry and blown-out race conditions weren't enough to deter junior Canadians from top five results…
Greg Minnaar - The G.O.A.T.
Adidas 5.10 Celebrates over a decade with Greg Minnaar...
REVIEW | EDITORIAL
I Learned to Ride in Crappy Gear (and my Kid doesn't have to)
Years removed from riding in crappy gear, Andrew was surprised to discover how much better some stretchy, and durable shorts made riding for his grom...