… and Hurl pretty much nailed it right off the bat. “We’re here to party and have a good time on our bikes.”
… Brumotti’s at it again!
The South has some amazing trail networks, including Coldwater Mountain in Anniston, Alabama. Eric Porter and Cody Kelley spent a week there, ripping the ribbons of deep south dirt, eating grits and biscuits, all while soaking in the rich culture. Makes me want to road trip!
Do we really need to be reminded that fatbikes are fun to ride year round? I don’t think so. Do we need a video showing them being shredded on some fun and flowy trails? Hell yes. See more on the NO.9 70mm rim at Whisky.
Here’s an interesting concept from Rapha:
“Rapha asked some of its riders to ride from sunrise to sunset across the reaches of the world, from France to the United States to Japan. One film crew flew from point to point to document the rides and learned that no matter where a long ride takes place there are common elements that unite.”
From the looks of this trailer, one of those common elements are insane landscapes. I can’t wait to see the full-length.
Here’s some super pro video from Red Bull’s Mini Drome Over Under event that took place last week…
It’s been a wild ride to watch but the 2015 Trans-Provence ends with a couple of spectacular shots and an ocean-swimming ender.
It’s Friday and the trails are calling. These videos from the 2015 Trans-Provence have me really missing the mountains… Oh and that wallride at the 1:18 mark was so good!
During the ATOC, Tim Johnson and David from Cannondale took their Slate “all-road” bikes from the mountains to the fire roads before getting them dusty on some singletrack. While the Cannondale website still doesn’t list the Slate in their catalog, this is the first we’re seeing of the olive drab and chartreuse paint design. Lookin’ good fellas. Also, Ojai has some amazing trails!
#GetSickDay threw our coverage of the MAVIC® Trans-Provence 2015 off a day. While we were in bed with a cold, these racers were getting sick…