Grinduro is becoming a force to reckon with, for a race that started as a gravel grinding gran fondo with enduro-style racing thrown in for kicks in Quincy, California in 2015. For 2020, Grinduro is continuing its global expansion with events in California, Wales, Switzerland, Japan, Quebec and Australia. Highlights for 2020 include: 6 events... Continue Reading →
The Veneto Trail covers 450 kilometers with over 10,000 meters of elevation. Not only does it look like a hell of a ride, the views of the Dolomites look incredible as well. Try your hand June 27th, 2020. A trip of your lifetime - experience Europe's most spectacular mountain range on peerless trails: the Dolomites... Continue Reading →
The Postman is a new short film from Sam Needham. The short looks at the trail Kenny Mackay, the last postman to walk the rugged singletrack route, took each day to reach the isolated village of Rhenigidale before a road was constructed in 1990. Clinging to the frayed edges of the ragged shores of the... Continue Reading →
Sage Bicycles is a semi-custom, titanium bike builder based in Beaverton, Oregon. The company just revealed a new made-in-the-USA gravel bike, the Storm King, and it's a stunner. The bike is named after a singletrack trail near Bend, Oregon. The Storm King features clearance for 700c x 50mm or 650 x 2.4" tires and had... Continue Reading →
Grab a Dale's Pale Ale and check out these slick new rides from REED Cycles. PRESS RELEASE: REEB Cycles We are stoked to announce the complete 2020 line-up of updated and new core bike models. Led by the totally re-designed and re-focused SQWEEB v3 full suspension 29er and our new Jeff Lenosky signature ReDikyelous hardtail,... Continue Reading →
What better way to enter the weekend? Road trip, awesome scenery, mountain biking and a beautiful dog eating it all up. We set out on a brisk, winter day to shoot this before heading back to school for the semester. Bryan’s dog, Kaia, accompanied us and this was the result.
‘Home Wild Home’ is the latest film by Montanus, but it doesn’t tell of an expedition in a remote land like those they made in Patagonia and Iceland. Montanus duo created a sort of tribute in honor of their own land, filming the backyard trails that link their hometown L’Aquila, in central Italy, with the... Continue Reading →
What do you like to ride? Mountain trails? Rainforests? Along the beach? California's got it all covered. Canyon Bikes take us through the incredible variety of riding available in the Golden State. KC Deane is what could be best described as a globetrotting adventurer. Equally adept on two skis as he is on two wheels,... Continue Reading →
Two unsurprising but welcome updates are coming to Zwift; the ability to steer your avatar and a new off-road singletrack section. As part of their FutureWorks live testing and development program, Zwift will be running a beta of the new steering option in a new singletrack section of the Titan Grove expansion. Here’s what Eric... Continue Reading →
A great look at Grinduro Scotland 2019 from Canyon bikes. On the hunt for the perfect party-to-race ratio, we travelled north to Grinduro Scotland. From flowing singletrack to fast fire roads and a kick-ass atmosphere, we were rewarded with one of the best days riding out there, and the Canyon Grail was in its element.
Through overwhelming community support, local political advocacy and the cooperation of a once-reluctant land manager, the Whiskey Run Trail system went in with record speed. Already, over ten miles of singletrack dodge back and forth under a shaded canopy of fir, spruce and alder, and if you stop long enough to smell the blooming rhododendron,... Continue Reading →