Category Archives: Videos
Hunt Wheels: SuperDura Dynamo Wheelset

A little bit of SON can brighten up anyone’s day and the new Hunt Wheels SuperDura Dynamo wheelset brings this normally unbridled power source to your bike for a killer price. See more details at Hunt.

Apr 27, 2017 3 comments
Let’s Rescue Britain’s Forgotten 1930s Protected Cycleways

“In the 1930s, Britain’s Ministry of Transport commissioned the building of 500-miles of protected cycleways. Between 1934 and 1940 at least 280-miles of these innovative cycleways were actually built, usually both sides of the new “arterial roads” springing up all over the country.

Some of these cycleways still exist, but they are not today understood to be cycle infrastructure: they should be rededicated. Others are buried under a couple of inches of soil: they could be excavated. ”

Let’s all help Carlton reach funding for this ambitious journalistic endeavor by kicking him a few bucks at Kickstarter!

Apr 27, 2017 Comments are OFF
3rd Gens a Charm with the New Ibis Ripley

The OG Ripley was the first modern full suspension mountain bike I rode, years back. Having only ridden hardtails and rigid bikes before, the Ripley opened my eyes to just how fun full sus bikes can be. A lot has changed since then and while I’m still a dedicated hardtail rider, the new Ripley has piqued my interest. See more at Ibis and I can’t wait to shred one of these!

Apr 26, 2017 2 comments
The Meaning of Life

Fish eyes, lake jumps, bridge jumps and boulder cases, don’t miss this Mudcows Tribute.

Apr 24, 2017 Comments are OFF
The Fairdale Rockitship

Like the big, bad brother to the Goodship, the new Fairdale Rockitship can tackle your road rides and more with fender, rack provisions, and bigger tire clearances. If you like the looks of this bike, check out more details at Fairdale! If you want to see this prototype become a reality, drop a comment here and let them know.

Apr 23, 2017 4 comments

This crew knows how to party!

“During the Easter of 2017 we packed our camping gear on our mountainbikes and went to ride the Roslagsleden hiking trail in Sweden. There are several campsites and lodging is available throughout the trail but anyway we carried our own tents. Trees by the trail are marked with an orange color, so it is virtually impossible to get lost. Roslagsleden starts in Danderyd and finishes in Grisslehamn, and also passes through the town of Norrtälje where we had our finishing pizzas and headed back south.”

Apr 21, 2017 2 comments

What is “Tramontana?”

“…is a journey through human ancestral fears and primordial virtues of the fire, the natural element that, since the dawn of time, allowed it to defeat the dark, the cold, the isolation and the wild beasts. A tribute to the human wild side that gets lost in the origins of our story.”

Apr 20, 2017 8 comments