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Flow Trail Video: Trek Runcatrail, Flims Switzerland

Found on the web this morning, this edit of the TREK Runcatrail in Flims Switzerland has me counting down the days until our summer road trip north to Whistler. The Runcatrail is apparently the longest flow style trail in Europe with a total length of 6 kilometres. That’s about 3.72 miles for us American folk. […]

06.26.2013 From the world-wide web Read the full story →
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Pumptrack Video Round-Up

The best part about the concept of the pumptrack is the riding scene that builds around it. Because riders of all ages are capable of riding them, riders of all skill levels gather together to share in the good times. It’s something that isn’t found as often in the mountain bike trail riding scene, where […]

05.24.2013 Bike Parks and Trails Read the full story →
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The Tamarancho Flow Trail AKA Endor is open for business

The new flow trail in Marin has been open to ride for a few weeks now, and the word has gotten out. Local bike shops are reporting massive increases in the number of riders coming through Fairfax. Parking lots are full, the trails are busy, (as if they weren’t well populated before) and riders are […]

05.13.2013 Tamarancho Read the full story →

Danny MacAskill in SF

It’s always amazing to see a trials/ street rider of Danny MacAskill’s level riding his bike. I’ve been on a few rides with incredibly skilled trials riders, and it often just turns into a show. These guys look at features of a city in such a different way from most of us. Where you and […]

09.02.2012 From the world-wide web Read the full story →

Ode to dogs and loam

The latest web edit from Projekt Roam is a love letter to their four-legged companion and the flowy single track of Oakridge, Oregon. If you haven’t been experienced the trails there, you’re in for a treat. Non-doggy lovers, skip ahead to 1:30 for a taste of what you’re missing. The thing I miss the most […]

08.26.2012 From the world-wide web Read the full story →
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Santa Cruz Blur TRc now available with 142 rear axle

For years Santa Cruz Bikes has stated their bikes didn’t need a through axle rear end, as they were already quite stiff. When they released the Tallboy LT, they debuted their new 142mm rear axle, something Santa Cruz fans have been clamoring for. Santa Cruz has long claimed the through axle only increases the rear […]

08.23.2012 Santa Cruz Bicycles Read the full story →
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Put some steez in that whip

“There ain’t nothing better than the feeling you get, while throwing the bike sideways and throwing a twisted whip.” That quote is just one snippet from the lyrics in the following video. Is it a bit silly? Maybe, but totally spot on. And now I want to get my dirt jump bike out and hit […]

04.11.2012 Trail Style Read the full story →

Kenny Belaey – SF edit

GT put together this nice edit of their new team rider Kenny Belaey. The best part about it? The whole thing was shot in our backyard here in the Bay Area. It’s always amazing to see riders of this caliber riding the features in our everyday environment. When you see a cement block you might […]

04.08.2012 From the world-wide web Read the full story →
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Stop-motion Bike Build Video: Best Bike Build Edit EVER.

I’ve thought about documenting a bike build and creating an edit before, but never committed to the time it would take to do it right. The guys at Binary Bike did though, and in the process, out did themselves with this creatively executed stop motion edit of a bike build. (Click here for the back […]

04.01.2012 From the world-wide web Read the full story →

Shredding on Trail Bikes

Just came across this sweet video edit put together by Connor Rickey of his buddies Alex Chamberlin and Chris Jones shredding the trails in our backyard here in the East Bay. I’ve been thinking about filming a similar edit myself- there is something even more rad about shredding on a trail bike with an XC […]

03.01.2012 Blog Read the full story →