Here’s a video recap from Red Bull’s Over Under Mini Drome in NYC.
If you need a reason to be stoked on the Trans Provence, just look at this video’s title image. A mix of old vernacular and modern MTB technology creates this dichotomy of trail stokedness. Or something like that. Just check out the MAVIC® Trans Provence’s Day 02 coverage and look for our boy Ty in the mix!
… oh and happy birthday Gary!
The Showers Pass Cascade Collection is designed for the unpredictable temperature and weather fluctuations riders experience while taking on mountain ranges like the Cascades. Included in this men’s and women’s collection are the Alpine Jersey, Cyclone Jersey, Track Pant, Gravel Short and a Liner Short.
The Cascade Collection provides a full range of versatile cycling apparel utilizing technical fabrics, reflective elements, innovative waterproof pockets, and UV protection; keeping cyclists comfortable at peak performance through multiple seasons and varying conditions.
The crew at Funeral Cycling has been cooking up a new project with support from GT Bicycles, bringing a bunch of familiar brands along for the ride. With such a focus on the perfect bikepacking setup these days, this project harks back to a time – not long ago – where you just got out and got over your heads.
Hit the jump for the a few more photos, and head over to the Adventures section on the Waypoints site for the full Sloquet Hot Springs story.
… this one’s beautiful.
“Eddy Merckx embodies that spirit of excellence…”
Last week was Eddy’s birthday and to celebrate this excellence, the folks at River City Bicycles in Portland made an homage video, showcasing their in-shop shrine of the Cannibal.
Here we are, one full year later. The MAVIC Trans-Provence was the buzziest enduro of 2014 and this year’s course looks to be delivering one hell of a fun time. Even on Day 01! Let’s all wish the Radavist contributer Tytanium some good luck!
I like the looks of this!
“Before the start no one had a clear idea of what would happen along those 110 km in the vineyards and hazelnut orchards of the Langhe territory. Many expectations and so many unknowns for the competitors, and everyone who was there.
The story telling of the first Superenduro B-Road was in the hands of the media crew, which moved fast on motorbike following the groups of competitors between asphalt and gravel sections, to document the race and spirit of this event.
Check the video report with the best shots from the race, good memories for someone and a little push for everybody else to don’t miss the second edition!”
Good morning! It’s officially summer and NYC is one of my favorite places to spend time on a bike during the next few months. Here’s a look why.
With all this dirt on the site as of late, I figured it’d be nice to spice it up a bit with another video from the Col Collective… Here’s Michael’s latest video, featuring the Col d’Aspin.