Here’s another great piece of storytelling from Joey Schusler and his crew. Read the full story with photos at Yeti!
… The guys in Chico just posted a video showcase from all the Paul Camp bikes. If you missed the gallery from this, check it out in the related column on the left.
State takes on a new approach to show their appreciation for pro cycling. In the first episode of “Riding Fixed Up Mountains with Pros” they join Pro Cyclist Travis McCabe up Mt. Lemmon.
This looks incredible!
“There are few roads in Lesotho. There are even fewer mountain bikers. Here the horse is supreme and the myriad horse trails that have been carved through its steep and rugged mountains are its lifeblood. Horsemen ply these trails, just as they have for generations, riding between villages that have remained unchanged over centuries. Amidst this scene frozen in time is Isaac, a twenty-two year old horseman who is bridging the gap between old and new. For a week in April 2017, Isaac – or Leputhing Molapo to use his Basotho name – rode a 180 Kilometre traverse of the mountains of his home country. It was a ride like his father had done before him, but this time he was leading two mountain bikers.”
Making a weekend out of a race, taking the time to explore and soak in the local culture is what makes bike races so special. Here’s Freehub’s latest from the NZ Enduro.
In cities like London, the battle for space unfortunately takes place between automobiles and cyclists. While it’s not a laughing matter, this film by a team of 16-19 year olds, is sure to bring a smile to your face.
… is a good way to spend the day at the San Giovanni al Natisone Velodrome in Italy.
We’ve all been there at some point, but how many of us would pop our dislocated shoulder back in and then finish the race? Rachel Atherton is a boss.
… if this harness design from Cotton Carrier would work on the bike?
Life can’t be all donuts and pink smoke I suppose!