Ryan Van Duzer of Boulder, Colorado is a content creator and speaker who's contributed to the Travel Channel, Discovery Channel, Men’s Journal and National Geographic. In Mountains to Deserts he delivers amazing views from a seven-day bikepacking trip from Durango to Moab. It's a great look at the San Juan Hut system.
Bombtrack with more great visuals, this time around a trip to the NRW Cross-Cup. If you missed it, be sure to check out their video on the Tuscany Trail.
Desert touring by fatbike and packraft. Incredible visuals. Additional images and explicatory words can be found here: mikesee.exposure.co/fat-n-happy Music by Omar Faruk Tekbilek, "Take a flight". I bought it on iTunes to support the artist. If you like it I hope you will too.
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.
Alright, I need a gravel bike a plane ticket to Kona. Now. Once a year, the big island of Hawaii becomes the epicenter of the triathlon universe. The Queen Ka'ahumanu Highway consistently proves to be a challenging cycling course for Ironman athletes due to hot temperatures, strong trade winds, and red line competition come race... Continue Reading →
“Ed Unicycles the USA” is a great series Ed Pratt has filmed and produced as he attempts to ride a unicycle 4,000 miles across the United States of America. It's pure insanity and it's very entertaining.
This is a great video from Bombtrack on the Tuscany Trail. The Tuscany Trail, an event that has grown to be one of the biggest bikepacking events certainly in Europe if not internationally, was to be the destination for the Bombtrack team trip in June, 2019. The promise of sunshine, the beautiful Tuscan scenery and... Continue Reading →
A great short for the weekend, Nicola Totaro set out by bike and raft and explored Gargano National Park on Italy’s Adriatic coast. Stunningly beautiful. The Gargano National Park, with its 121,000 hectares, offers the spectacle of biodiversity as well as a unique territory made up of white rocky coasts, mountains and beech forests. Out... Continue Reading →
This is a fantastic video documenting a father and daughter bikepacking trip through the Himalayas. Over 21 days, the pair covered 1,250km, through illness, extreme winds, and over rough terrain and high altitudes they prevailed and shared a very memorable journey. In late 2018, father-daughter duo, Jess & Peter Cappendell decided to bike tour 1250... Continue Reading →
The 2019 Trans Cascadia just wrapped up and Freehub Magazine put together a fantastic look at all the action.
Rugile Kaladyte and Jay Ritchey documented this year's Tour Divide and have compiled a film, dubbed, “I Just Want to Ride”. Be sure to catch the premieres on the dates listed below if you can: October 15th — Anchorage, Alaska (The Bicycle Shop at Dimond, 7 PM) October 17th — Louisville, Colorado (PEARL iZUMi HQ,... Continue Reading →