Love the Bike You Already Have
Reignite your passion for the bike you have at home, because that shiny new one you've been eyeing up is already spoken for...
Wheels for All - WTB Launch the Proterra Lineup
Built around the twin concepts of simplicity and cost-effectiveness, WTB aims to provide a quality wheel at an affordable price, regardless of what you ride.
WTB’s All-New Carbon CZR and E-Ready HTZ Rims Have Arrived
Tougher than 2020, WTB's new rims have been through their in-house testing wringer prior to release...
Min-Maxed-Metal: WTB KOM Light & Tough Rims
Many months on WTB's excellent answer for riders sticking with aluminum rims for the price, ride quality, or application.
Does The Saddle Fit?
WTB's New Saddle Fit System
The WTB Fit Right System uses an unusual measurement and some questions about your personal setup and preferences to guide you to the right saddle...
Wet Weather & The 29x2.8" WTB Vigilante Plus Tire
Riding aggressive plus-sized rubber on the gnarliest all-weather trails the North Shore can offer...
Sea Otter 2019
Sea Otter's Best Bits (and a trip to Santa Cruz Bikes)
Tires and Lego and tools and bars and chain guides and an electric 'bike' you may not hate...
DIY MAINTENANCE TIPS
Awesomize Your Ride - A Spring Service Primer
Spring is here. Here are some things to try at home to get your ride dialed.
This Man Loves 2 Women's Saddles*
It turns out WTB has noticed that women's specific saddles - tested by female riders - often appeal to dudes ...
WTB Vigilante & Trail Boss Tire Review
Big updates to WTB's tire designs should land them on a lot of most wanted lists
Riding WTB's New 2019 Rims & Tires
WTB updates rims and unveils a selection of aggressive, higher volume tires with new rubber compounds…
One Man's Preferred Perch - the WTB Deva
This Man Loves a Women's Saddle
The WTB Deva saddle isn't deceptively named - it's made for women but Andrew Major likes it anyway...
WTB Ci24 rims w/ White Industries XMR Hubs Reviewed
WTB's first foray into carbon rims is deep and stiff - and it may not require a second mortgage to pay them off...
Living in a van to support the EWS life
Ryan Gardner spent 6 months living in a van to save money in order to race overseas on the EWS circuit. While holding down a full-time job.
“Is this some kind of masochistic manifestation of mid-life in crisis, or just the next phase in my infatuation with bikes?”
Best of 2015 – Jon’s Picks
Jon's list involves places to ride, old buddies and fast new friends up and down the west coast - and some gear...
WTB PadLoc Grips: Reviewed
The controversial WTB PadLoc grip system gets put to the test, along with the carbon Blackbox Clementz Boobar handlebars…
Reviewed: WTB Trail Boss and Riddler
The combo of a beefy front tire and a fast rolling rear with cornering bite seems to be gaining favour...
Living Like Mark Weir in Marin…
What's it like to live like Mark Weir, with pump track races, private DH tracks and RC cars of every description...
WTB Volt Carbon Saddle
“all of our taints are discerning, yours included…and WTB are leaders in the field of taint-friendly saddles.”
WTB Frequency Team i25 Rims
A solid performer for those who want to run a burlier rim for aggressive riding…