Toyotas, both vintage and new, MTB shredding and camping. Three things I love in one video. Nicely done, fellas. Thanks for sharing this video, Chris!
Ever wonder how those Tour trophies are made? Since 2011, these glass trophies have gone to the winner of the Tour. Who’s going to win it this year?
Ask anyone who makes frames here in the USA and they’ll tell you it ain’t easy, especially Steve Crandall. While it ain’t easy, we’re glad you do. Keep at it, dudes!
When Chrome began in Boulder, Colorado in 1995, they only had a few employees who did everything from answering the phones to salvaging parts in junkyards. Now Chrome is located in Chico and for their Heritage Collection, it’s very much still hands-on.
E-bikes might be one of the most controversial subjects in cycling right now, but Wade Simmons sure makes them look fun!
David Cachon takes on one of the manmade structures that you can see from space and it looks like a blast!
Thanks to River City Bicycles for pulling this together!
“Gateway Green is an enormous undertaking that’s been in the works for almost twelve years now, and this Saturday, June 24th, it’s officially opening to the public. The amount of work that went into making this a reality- both physically and politically is impressive to say the least, but saying the finished product reflects it is an understatement. Special thanks to the Northwest Trail Alliance, Portland Parks and Recreation, and all the volunteers who put countless hours into this project to make it a reality. Gateway Green is the Portland area’s first, extensive, 25-acre mountain bike-specific park which lies just on the other side of I-205 from Rocky Butte and just a few blocks away from the Gateway Transit Center. It’s incredibly accessible by either the 205 bike path, or the Blue, Green and Red MAX lines, and is only seven miles away from River City. For more information on the park, be sure to visit www.gatewaygreenpdx.org, and we hope to see you out there soon!”