Category Archives: Videos
From Crankworkx and the Canadian Open Enduro, SRAM’s new Steps to the Top video series profiles some of the world’s top MTB athletes. Watch the full playlist above and see more at SRAM with Finn Iles, Marcelo Gutierrez and Damien Oton.
Didn’t make it to Whistler? Don’t worry, they’ve got ya covered.
Earlier this summer, the Cycle Messenger World Championship found its way to Mexico City as bike messengers from all over the globe found themselves together competing and let’s be honest, partying. See more in this video recap. There are lots of familiar faces in this one!
SRAM continues to develop and refine their MTB wheel line with the Rise 60 wheels.
Check out the full specs at SRAM!
Here’s a little behind the scenes video from one of my favorite bike shops: Blue Lug in Japan!
Here’s yet another profile in the Levi’s Commuter series. It’s nice to see Levi’s stepping it up this year with these videos. If you missed Tyrone’s from the Scraper Bike Movement you should give that a watch!
There are a lot of motion capture riding segments out there. Like a lot a lot. Mostly it dudes on bikes either working really hard at riding their bikes or putting it all on the line for something completely out of the average riders range. Impressive as some of these edits maybe their formulaic approach coupled with the shear amount of them makes for an experience that is ultimately forgettable.
Enter humor. Kirt Voreis has been infusing VTT with levity and slapstick for as long as I have been reading magazines and in this edit he roped two other Bend, OR super shredders Jamie Goldman and Carson Storch into an hilarious self-discovery cum adventure short that really takes you somewhere. That somewhere is the MTB Mecca, a little place called Whistler. Do it, watch the thing.
I love seeing this Kryptonite Messenger Collection finally getting some exposure, especially with that cast of characters…
Here’s a little insight into why I love the dudes at Golden Saddle Cyclery so much. See much more at More than Stores.
Out of all the Levi’s Commuter profiles, this one’s my favorite.
Personally, I think unless you’re pro, you shouldn’t worry about being “aero bro”, because when you’re pro, someone else worries about it for you. That said, this was pretty fun to watch.