… won’t make you ride like that but at least you’ll look good trying. See the new Ride Tee DuoTone colors at Kitsbow!
Well done boys, well done.
Here’s the first, of what I’m assuming will be many of the Red Hook Crit Brooklyn coverage videos.
Mavericks were always a special kind of funky, especially with their inverted forks but I’ve never seen one this rad!
We all love bombing hills on bikes and having ridden up this one (and down) before, I can attest at how gnarly this is.
Adding this to my list of places I must ride!
“The Sunshine Coast is slowly making waves in the mountain bike world. Just a short ferry ride away from Vancouver, British Columbia, the coastal towns have witnessed logging, fishing and mining industries both thrive and dive. In the midst of all this, there’s been an insurgence of trails everywhere, from logging road networks to old landfills, that have caught the attention of the communities and riders alike. Nowadays, the weekends see a mass-migration of bikers to Coast Gravity Park and pickup trucks filled with bikes getting on their second ferry to Powell River. Tourism has become the area’s newest industry, one that is welcomed by the communities and thankfully has no signs of slowing down.”
Follow Marc Maurer as he rides 5600 kilometers crossing the Caucasus Mountains.
Each year, the team at Café du Cycliste travel into the backcountry close to Nice, to climb the Col de la Bonette on the first day the road opens. Here’s a video recapping the day’s events.
Here’s Charge UK’s submission to the Hack Bike Derby. Man, that event looks like so much fun!
… of a Zullo frame.