Category Archives: Videos
“Different dudes. Same agenda. At least sort of, anyway. Bring XC champ Russell Finsterwald and weekend-warrior champ Chris Dewar together to some posh digs in Palm Spring, California, and some stuff is going to happen. Late-morning shuttle or pre-dawn pedal, it doesn’t really matter—although the dawn-patrol, uphill, asphalt commute to the Idyllwild trails deserves a nod—when two like-minded mountain bikers come to check out some exciting new trails, limits are pushed and some dirt is sure to fly.”
Rock Shox’s new RS-1 is getting tons of love over at their video department.
See some photos from this video shoot below!
This is a great watch!
In the road cycling world, there’s #RaphaDramatic and in the MTB world, there’s #IntenseIntense. Or something…
In November 2013, six Scandinavian frame builders met at the workshop of Johnsen Frameworks in Hølen, Norway to build six different variations of the classic “Rough Stuff” bicycle.
Video by LP Lorentz. See his photos on Flickr.
Thank you so much for sharing this video Truls!
This is kind of depressing and uncomfortable to watch – like a bad Ben Stiller movie. You just know things are going to go wrong.
Having ridden all over the world, it’s interesting for me to hear this Dutch reporter discuss the lack of “infra” in US cities. When these clips are presented in a matter-of-fact way, it’s easy to see why we’re so far behind in the US…
Nice find Jeff!
Today, in the wake of hundreds of elaborate April Fools jokes, Santa Cruz popped this bad boy up on their site. Introducing the new Nomad 27.5 shred sled. That turquoise and pink bike is so pissed off! See more specs, a killer video and photos below.
Los Angeles bike crew Trophy Club take us on a two-wheel adventure (with a few special guests).
Communities start one pedal at a time…
Photo by Adrian Marcoux
Here’s a feel good flick from Rock Shox, featuring that RS-1 inverted fork:
“They’re the future of XC mountain biking—in more ways than one. Kate Courtney and Russell Finsterwald are classic overachievers: She’s a NICA alumnus gone World Cup hopeful (and is a Stanford undergrad in her spare time), and he’s a former U23 National and Pan Am champ ready to compete in 2014 at the pinnacle of our sport. Stripped of team logos, and outside the boundaries of course-marking tape, however, both are simply mountain bikers with a passionate penchant for new trails and eye-opening adventures.”
Basically, this video makes me want to go ride some more desert.
Wilis recently built up a No 22 Little Wing track bike to race at Red Hook Crit. These bikes look even better in person. I’d highly encourage you check one out!