Weekend Warmup #163

LET 'ER RIP: The New Devinci Chainsaw | Devinci Cycles

No amount of snow or ice can stop this Chainsaw from ripping. Kenny Smith, Steve Vanderhoek and Jack Pelland put the new bike with a legendary name through its paces in the middle of winter. From the first lap on Mount Prevost’s frozen DH tracks the guys pushed the bikes hard in sketchy conditions. After firing up some of the North Shore’s heaviest moves in the middle of winter, they knew this bike could handle anything. 

It’s a Chainsaw. Let ‘er rip.

Eddie Reynolds Joins the Kona Factory Team | Kona Bikes

Eddie Reynolds. So. Much. Style. Born from the surf and skate culture in SoCal, he started out a grom with promise, but we knew there was so much more. He rides fast and hard, with an unmatched style. After a stint on our Super Grassroots team, we’re taking a cue from Eddie’s riding and launching him into the stratosphere as the newest member of our Factory Team.

Alongside Kona, Eddie is supported by Shimano, ENVE, Fox, Marzocchi, Maxxis, Chris King, and Deity.

Welcome to the big leagues!

Questionable Choices | Evil Bikes

We all know "that rider." The one who shows up to your Whistler weekend on a hardtail, and still clears Crabapple. The one who races XC on their enduro rig, and manages to put the hurt on their spandex-shrink-wrapped opponents. They don't just ride against the norm, they blaze past it and wait for the pack to catch up.

Our numbers guy, Ian Fay, falls under this umbrella. Understanding the motives behind Ian's bike choice is often a fool's errand. In most cases, "Why?" becomes irrelevant and gives way to, "How?!"

To that end, the 66.67-degree head tube, dropper post and low-slung frame of our Chamois Hagar provides some explanation.

We may never truly get what is going on in Ian's head, or why he can't just ride the 'correct' bike for once. Still, there's no denying the joy in making a questionable choice, and seeing it pay off.

WHITE HORIZON | The North Face

When she was younger, Fernanda Maciel was asked what her dream was. She replied that it was to travel the world and explore, but even she couldn’t have imagined this.

Mount Vinson is Antarctica’s highest peak. At 4,892m, it takes most people between four and six days to complete the journey to and from the summit. Fulfilling her dream to run in the world’s most remote locations, Fernanda sets out to see how much quicker she can scale the coldest and most isolated of the seven summits

FEELZ | 50to01 TV

Spring sky and power wheelies.

Riders: Josh Lewis, Josh Bryceland, Sam Cofano

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