The organizers of NEMBAfest announced today that the 2020 edition of the festival would not take place on Vermont’s Kingdom Trails, while they search for a more suitable venue for 2021. The announcement comes amid trail access changes on Darling Hill, where three landowners recently decided against allowing mountain bike access on their respective properties Read More
When temperatures drop below freezing—and especially below 15 degrees Fahrenheit—kitting up for a ride becomes increasingly challenging. Without the right gear, there’s a good chance you’ll end up looking like either Ralphie’s little brother at the beginning of ‘A Christmas Story’ or Jack Torrence at the end of ‘The Shining.’ Thankfully there are a handful Read More
After a long and demanding 2019 EWS race season, the Rocky Mountain Race Face EWS Team got together for a couple days of riding bikes, barbecues and GT’s. With winter setting in on the north shore, they looked to the Sunshine Coast for some sweet winter riding including a day in Coast Gravity Park. The Read More
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Next up from the 2019 Bike Magazine Dream Builds: Satchel Cronk’s Santa Cruz Megatower Peer into the workshop of Bike senior editor and former World Cup race mechanic, Ryan Palmer, as this year’s Bike Magazine Editors’ Choice Dream Builds come together. Take an artfully captured and detailed journey as collections of each editor’s favorite components take Read More
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When YT redesigned the 29- and 27.5-inch Jeffsy last year, they quietly omitted aluminum versions. The model carried forward, but with the more conservative geometry of the previous Jeffsy. When we saw the updated spec last week of the carbon Jeffsy, its alloy sibling was, again omitted, but not so quietly this time. It disappeared Read More
Following on from the huge success of DEATHGRIP, the new series explores the fun and stylish, zero-limits riding of Brendog and his crew. Jump on board and travel the world to some of the most unique and coolest riding locations the planet has to offer, from the French Alps to the South African wilderness. In Read More
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Reed Boggs Joins Yeti Cycles (Golden, Colo.) – Yeti Cycles launched their big travel bike, the SB165, a few months back and now have added big mountain freerider Reed Boggs to their athlete roster. Boggs, who just turned 23, competed in his second Red Bull Rampage event last year after an impressive win at the Read More
Manon Carpenter trades race prep for adventure riding in this multi-day tour of the 3,000-meter Mont Thabor in the French Alps. Alongside guide Emily Horridge, Carpenter and crew ride and hike 112 kilometers and 5,052 meters in elevation gain over three days, staying in mountain refuges along the way. Filmed by Laurence Crossman-Emms.
Milton McConville is young, charismatic, and almost always cracking jokes and poking fun. But beneath the light-hearted attitude and cheeky grin is a competitor looking to check off lofty goals. Like so many, he wants to ride his bike but there’s also a desire to be good at a competitive level, to be fast. In Read More
Bike changed dramatically in the last decade. We shifted gears from essentially a print-only enterprise, to one that also produces a plethora of digital content, with the same focus on insightful and inspiring storytelling that has always defined what we do (see Stories of the Decade). That said, we still pour our hearts into each Read More