“Uh, wut.” That’s where I’m still at here, as words continue to fail me. Apparently “stand up cycling” is a thing. Since it would be too difficult to lower your saddle and go for a ride standing the whole time. The benefits of stand cycling: exercise. Because the best way to get additional cardio is […]
On June 9-11, Hood River, Oregon is playing host to a new kind of event: the Outfound Series. An adventure sports and innovation festival, participation is not just encouraged, it’s the reason for coming.
Bend, Oregon rider Carson Storch joins Rocky Mountain Bicycles. Shreddit commencing.
Riding responsibly is a topic that simply can’t be discussed enough. With the increasing number of young/ new riders hitting the trail, the opportunities for trail conflicts also rise. Minimizing these conflicts and educating new riders on being prepared as well as proper trail etiquette is key to not just growing the sport, but keeping […]
PORTLAND, OR. — Velotech/Western Bikeworks has hired Inga Beck of team Bermstyle to head event marketing efforts and social media for the two Portland based retail stores as well as the online stores.
The SF Bike Expo returns this Saturday to the Cow Palace in San Francisco. Doors open at 11am, and the event is free at the door, with free bike parking to boot. (there is a charge for parking a car) Known as the biggest bike swap in the Bay Area, there are tons of deals […]
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. […]
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 […]
Things are sped up or slowed down so often in video edits that you can’t even tell if it’s real half the time, so when raw edits like this one recently posted on Vital MTB of Brian Lopes popped up, we had to post it. Here’s a glimpse at what it looks like when a […]
There’s a photo of these amazing looking dirt jumps that kept on popping up on my Facebook feed. They’ve appeared in the feed before, but this time I had a clue, as it was marked as the site of the Red Bull Roast It. Turns out these jumps are part of a jump park located in […]
This weekend marks the 5th iteration of the SF Bike Expo put on by the gang at RideSFO. The event seems to grow exponentially every year, thanks to the nice weather we’ve been enjoying in the Bay Area is what is supposed to be winter. As always, the headline event is the huck-filled display of skill known […]
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 […]