News Alert, bike racing in 2020 might just be done for the year... in March. What's a race announcer to do when there are no races? Behold the Tour de Quarantine, a welcome distraction in trying times. https://youtu.be/FHuY_kHUuiA https://youtu.be/_iC58jWh_MA
Cabin fever is setting in here as the family is all packed indoors, work is blowing up and Denver decided it needed some rain/snow. I'll take all the entertainment I can get... This season, Orange Seal Off-Road is pulling back the curtain on the lives of their team champions as they ride and train on... Continue Reading →
Exactly the vibes needed in these trying times. Stay safe, wash your hands, don't touch your face and seclude yourself to the pain cave.
State Bicycle Co. just released their 2020 team camp video featuring their annual ride from Tempe to Tucson, the weather was... well... interesting. More at the State blog.
Disc brakes are nearly ubiquitous at this point. Mountain bike, road bike, gravel bike, just about everywhere you look disc brakes are there. The stopping power is undeniable, the servicing of said brakes, however, sucks. Park Tool is adding two new bleed kit options to its lineup that might just help remove some of that... Continue Reading →
Cycling and woodworking, I can get behind this. Recently we got back on an old trail that we often used to ride in recent years, especially during lunch breaks to train in view of a multi-day bikepacking trip. Over the years, wind and snow have broken and even uprooted many trees, making impractical the singletrack... Continue Reading →
The Easton Overland team is back for 2020, and ready to take on the 2020 Mid South Gravel Race. For 2020, the team members are riding different six different brands of frames with nearly the same builds and Easton wheels and cockpits. See the full release and video below. 2020. Hoverboards. Robot caregivers. Advanced carbon-neutral... Continue Reading →
The always entertaining, Danny Macaskill rides the new Santa Cruz ebike, the Heckler.
Bikes with Cheech and Nam take it to southern Arizona for the Ruta Del Jefe. Ruta del Jefe A 125- mile and 55- mile ride of mostly gravel/dirt and paved roads in Southern Arizona. Created and organized by Sarah Swallow. Enjoy our perspective on adventures and mishaps that led to a night of laughs and... Continue Reading →
Bombtrack’s latest video is a little different, it features 7-year-old Lubin and his father Clem Shovel as they explore the woods by bike for a little camping. The soothing sounds of rustling leaves and a trickling stream of water soon replace the hectic noises of the big city of Lille. 7-year-old Lubin and his father... Continue Reading →
Track our 84H bikepacking ramble through Scotland's gloomy Grampians. Setting off from the highest, remotest station on the West Highland Train Line, six of us head off on an opportunistic journey to ride the old-established network of wintry gravel drove roads, only to find ourselves bogged-down exploring the alluring voids in between. That’s why they’re... Continue Reading →