… has just blown my mind. Before you ask, yes, there are mountain bikes in this animation and I’ve never seen them rendered more majestically.
Myanmar is an amazing country with a complicated history, but as you can see in the latest video from Two Wander Yonder, it’s a beautiful place for a bikepacking trip.
There’s black gold in them thar hills! Café du Cycliste goes searching for the elusive, expensive Queen of Black Truffles.
B-Hard and Alex from State Bicycle Co take on the fabled Black Canyon Trail in Arizona in the latest video from the brand.
In the latest Atherton Diaries, we get to tag along with Gee, Rachel and Charlie as they descend some of San Remo’s most fabled trails.
Freehub’s latest takes a look at the classic road trip, way Down Under.
A friend of mine once said “It doesn’t have to be fun to be fun.” Follow Chris Shalbot, Scott Rinckenberger and Justin Olsen as they enjoy/curse the Continental Divide Trail between Montana and Idaho.
We ride a lot of dirt roads in California and usually end up staring down some beastly climbs on even the chillest of rides. I can climb all day, but nothing drives me nuts like mud and cold. Combining those two ride elements can have disastrous results. Watching this video on Land Run 100 has me re-thinking my tire choice for this year’s event…
In celebration of Swift Industries’ 10 Year Anniversary, artist Sean Hipkin hand-painted a one-off of their Horizon Line Zeitgeist Saddle Bag. Giving Sean complete artistic freedom, everyone at Swift was amazed and surprised to see the final product. This is the first time seeing Sean’s work and I must say, it’s trippy. In a good way! See an interview with Sean at the Swift blog.
This video came in from the Philipines, where a shop there released a limited run of the Harabas single speed frame, designed to be ridden with slicks or knobbies, free or fixed. I really dig the reverse mig welding sequence. That’s a first for sure. Check out some photos of these frames on Instagram.