Y’all like beer? Pizza? Ripping trails? Well then check out the latest from Jeff Kendall-Weed’s Local Loam series live and direct from Pittsburgh, PA!
Jeff Takes on Boogie Man, arguably the hardest trail in the North Shore with NSMBA‘s president, Cooper Quinn.
Jeff Kendall Weed shot over his latest video in his Local Loam series, taking place in Kamloops, BC, the home of freeriding…
“I found mountain biking in the late 1990s, and one of the most influential videos of the era was Kranked. Much of this was filmed in the hills surrounding Kamloops, BC, and to this day, the region is still famous for many massive jumps. However, the actual riding experience of the general public wasn’t quite anything to write home about. The KBRA formed as a way to help organize the voice of the mountain biking community, with a goal of representing the actual riders in town. In conjunction with the amazing work of the KPCC, the riding opportunities for the average mountain bikers are now plentiful. To me, this is a great example of advocacy done right!”
Interested in learning more? Join the KBRA (Kamloops Bike Riders Association) and support growing the sport in Kamloops.
Puerto Rico has a lot of legit trails and in Jeff Kendall Weed’s latest video, he dives deeper into the Local Loam. If you’re inspired by this video, then check out the Cabo Rojo Bike and Hike Trail Association in Puerto Rico!
I lived in Texas for five years and since moving away, there has been an explosion of MTB trail building in Hill Country. Jeff Kendall-Weed takes us on a ride through the Longhorn State and its new ripping trails…
Our buddy Ty talks with Jeff about what it was like to leave his home base of Los Angeles, all his friends, and familiarities for a new city as an adult. Mountain bikes and bikes in general, can be a social catalyst for making new friends and it seems to be working great for Ty in Tucson.
Jeff Kendall-Weed has a new web series out, dubbed Local Loam, and focusing on localized trail stewardship. In this video, featuring Torca the Tucson Off-Road Cyclists and Activists, he sets his scope and lens on Tucson, the riding, and people that keep the trails fresh.
… on an ’95 Ibis Mojo Ti!
I hope your holiday weekend is going well! We’ve been having a blast. Almost as much as Jeff Kendall-Weed had in Arkansas riding mountain bikes!
This dude can shred anything! Even a 90’s, 71º/73º, long stem, canti brake Ibis Mojo!
Jeff takes on the thick Costa Rican jungles in his latest travel vlog, filled with insane lines, and fun times in the emergency room!
The latest from Jeff Kendall Weed takes on some iconic trails on the North Shore…
You saw our gallery with Jeff Kendall-Weed on the new Ibis Ripmo 29’r in the Angeles National Forest last week, and today he uploaded the video from that trip to his YouTube channel! Get boosted with Jeff!
Los Angeles’ riding needs no introduction to the readers of this website. In fact, active readers and followers on our Instagram will recognize some of these spots. When people express an interest in coming to LA to escape the brütal winter months, I kindly oblige, especially when it’s people like Jeff Kendall-Weed. We’ve all seen him riding in videos, but I was curious to witness it in-person. His trip fell in-between a few other photo shoots, so it was going to be tricky, but I made sure to clear a few days of my schedule to take him out and show him some of my favorite trails in Los Angeles. Oh, and he was bringing down a brand new Ibis Cycles Ripmo, a long travel 29’r, which was just icing on the shred cake!
Having just spent the past three days hanging out, camping with, riding bikes alongside and shooting photos of Jeff Kendall-Weed, I can honestly say I have an even greater appreciation for this dude’s hustle and flow. In his latest Youtube edit, he takes off to Bear Mountain in British Columbia with fellow shredder Jordan Boostmaster.
Jeff takes his amazing talents south of the border for his last edit of 2017…
Jeff makes Vancouver’s trails even more fun. If that was really possible!
Turns out Jeff Kendall-Weed can make any bike sing – or scream, depending on your outlook. This time he takes to the hills of Santa Cruz with his cross bike. Impressive as always!