BC Bike Race: Stage 6

Stage 6 – Sechelt to Langdale | Presented By: Shimano | Distance: 49.3 kms | Elevation Gain: 1403 meters After five stages, the trail starts to take its toll. Yesterday was a grinder, a boat load of up and down, with plenty of fast pedaling to make the legs beg for mercy. Racers woke to Read More

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e*thirteen Updates A/T Tires

When e*thirteen tires first launched, they answered the prayers of the huddled masses of aggressive trail riders, yearning to ride free of pinch flats and sidewall tears. There was finally something short of a DH boat anchor that could hold up. But then the masses got picky. e*thirteen tires’ durability came at a cost to Read More

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SRAM Recalls Lyrik, Yari Forks

In conjunction with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission and the Canadian government, SRAM is recalling 920 RockShox Yari and Lyrik forks due to a danger of the forks’ lowers breaking. The forks were sold primarily in the U.S.—although about 80 were sold in Canada—between January and April, and were sold both aftermarket and as Read More

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BC Bike Race Starts Today

The BC Bike Race kicks off today for its 13th Lucky Year. It’s dubbed the ‘Ultimate Singletrack Experience’ for good reason and the countdown is on to see who will reign supreme in this epic test of technical riding and monster endurance on British Columbia’s legendary gnarly terrain. Over the course of seven singletrack-rich days, Read More

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The Jolly Green Giant

This article was produced in partnership with Killington Resort. One year ago, we were testing six long-travel 27.5-inch rigs that flirted with the border of DH bikes—or so we thought. We were hurling ourselves down Goat Skull, a smattering of roots, dark clay-like dirt, and hidden here-and-not-there rocks. High speeds with a start gate, an Read More

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Video: William Robert in ‘Just Passing Through’

Utah is not only the ultimate playground for freeriders, but also the ultimate proving ground for those looking to leave their mark on the scene. Frenchman William Robert is well known for his flatspins and stylish whips, but they’re usually seen under a forest canopy rather than a desert sunset. Earlier this year, Robert and Read More

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