This is a great and wholesome watch. Dan Clark takes us along on Koby Clark’s journey over the Baja Divide. Koby tells the story of his ride and gives some highlights of the challenging 1700-mile route. Bikepacking as a family in a foreign country definitely looks like an adventure. During the winter of 2018, 10-year-old... Continue Reading →
Gianmarco Dodesini Valsecchi shot some incredible images during the inaugural PEdALED Silk Road Mountain Race in 2018. A brutal but stunning self-supported bike race in the remote landscapes of Kyrgyzstan. It's short but sweet, absolutely stunning scenery. Follow Shift Cycling Culture for more.
The Cairngorms are Calling is a new short film by Chris McClean (@chrismcclean) and Ed Shoote (@dmbins) that follows a group of riders traveling through some of Scotland’s most beautiful scenery. As we ride the bikes slower and slower uphill we could be a million miles from civilisation. We can see maybe 10 feet in... Continue Reading →
I'm stuck in the house with heaps of snow covering the roadside, good thing Col Collective is here to transport us to Switzerland where Mike Cotty takes us on a stunning ride up the Albulapass. We’ve had the pleasure of visiting Switzerland a few times now and the Swiss Alps are certainly a must for... Continue Reading →
Traveling with your bike can be a pain. Just packing a bike for travel is stressful enough, worrying that you have the right tools, consumables (tubes, lube, etc...), nutrition and spare parts to get through whatever riding you'll be doing can make traveling with a bike seem like less of a vacation than a chore.... Continue Reading →
Want to suffer like Steinbeck? Five Australians dive deep into the heart of America. “The Bikes of Wrath” feature film showed publicly for the first time this past April at Five Point Adventure Film Festival in Carbondale, Colorado. The movie follows five Australians as they attempt to cycle 30 days for 1,600 miles from Sallisaw,... Continue Reading →
Wild Horses is a look at the first year of the Silk Road Mountain Race, an absolutely brutal (26,000m of climbing), long distance (1670km), self-supported bikepacking race with very little tarmac that follows the trading route. The clock never stops and there are no prizes. What an incredible adventure. We are extremely glad to announce... Continue Reading →
Rachael and Julia of Juliana Bicycles take us on a trip from Slovenia’s mountains all the way to the sea.
The Rails to Trail Conservancy (RTC) is a nonprofit that works to transform abandoned rail lines into multi-use paths around the country. Based in Washington, DC, where they can help shape policy, they manage an incredible 31,000 miles of trail across the United States. The RTC is currently planning development of the Great American Rail-Trail (GART), a trail... Continue Reading →
Modify Content's full films follows Nico Vink, Kurt Sorge, and Kyle Jameson on an epic ride up Momotombo, one of Nicaragua’s active volcanos. The film won an Emmy for Technical Achievement crediting the aerial filming of Matt Katsolis. The film looks great, the ride just looks insane.