I've been addicted to the feeling of calm that sets in hours into a long ride or alpine climb since I was a Boy Scout scrambling up fourteeners. It's nice to finally have a word for the feeling. ATARAXIA is a short film that was born after a discussion with a good friend, Rudi. Rudi... Continue Reading →
Without an agenda, time becomes irrelevant. When it comes to bikepacking, this is the perfect mindset to have. Void of all expectations and obligations, Jackie Paaso and Stan Jorgensen set off on a three-day, 90-mile mission on the Arizona Trail, embracing the moment and abiding only by the rhythm of mother nature.
Over the summer of 2019, Bjørn Olson and Kim McNett set out on a fat-bike and packraft route, entirely above the Arctic Circle of Alaska (Kotzebue to Point Hope). Their adventure is the focus of an upcoming film.
Fresh from the creators of the Silk Road Mountain Race comes the first edition of the PEdALED Atlas Mountain Race. The new event will kick off February 15th, 2020 and will cover 1,145 kilometers of self-supported, off-road riding through Morocco. The first edition of the PEdALED Atlas Mountain Race will follow a 1145 kilometre route... Continue Reading →
Follow Deane Parker a first time Brevet participant as he undertakes a 250km weekend bikepacking event with 'The Flahute Presents', in the Canterbury high country of New Zealand.
Two Kona sponsored riders, Barry Wicks and Eric Tonkin, conquer two tough climbs on Maui.
Manon Carpenter gives race prep a rest for some 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... Continue Reading →
The Tour Divide is a 2750 mile (4400 km) unsupported mountain bike race from Banff, Canada to Antelope Wells on the Mexican border. The Length of Time documents the race from a rider's perspective telling the story of Josh Ibbett’s ride. See the emotional highs and lows of this classic bikepacking race from the inside.... Continue Reading →
‘The Wolf’s Lair’ is a 400 km bikepacking route that winds through medieval castles, alpine scenarios and ancient italian villages in the Apennines mountains. The Montanus duo traced that route in 2016, after they felt the need to explore deeper Abruzzo region to learn more about their culture and origins. Giorgio and Francesco are back... Continue Reading →