This is old by the internet’s standards but I can’t let this go undocumented here at the Radavist. Wow.
Join three of Niner’s gravel racers as they embark on a journey throughout the high desert in Nevada, inspired by the tales of an old prospector named Charles Breyfogle…
Deane Parker recently took on a 250km bikepacking trip in the Canterbury high country of New Zealand and has a nice video short showcasing the tour.
This video is beautifully shot and will speak to fly anglers and mountain bikers alike!
In remote Baja, Mexico childhood friends stumble upon an untapped Mecca for two dissimilar passions – stalking striped marlin on the fly and progressive, freeride mountain biking. But in this part of the world, almost nothing, other than a cold beer at the end of the day, comes easily, and through hardscrabble adventure and misadventure this motley crew hopes to find never-before ridden terrain and experience marlin exploding into chaotic topwater action.
Be on the lookout here for the full feature-length when it drops online.
After a successful career racing the European pro circuit on teams including Trek-Livestrong, Team Sky, and Katusha-Alpecin, American pro cyclist Ian Boswell has decided to transition from the road calendar to a new challenge — racing for Wahoo Fitness on a circuit of his own design that will include gravel and endurance mountain bike events. Boswell will be chronicling his move from road to gravel racing in Wahoo’s new Frontiers campaign that will include podcasts and video episodes.
When Ride with GPS began developing their new mobile route planner, they had a whole list of things in mind. For one, they wanted to utilize a smart phone’s tapping feature to allow the creation of a route. Users should also be able to search for various locales and be routed to and from your current location, with interactive elevation profiles and deliver riding time-based on how long you climb, pulling from your previous riding history.
Once they began working on the app, they were able to tap into the various map options offered like satellite, terrain, OSM Cycle, OSM Outdoor, ESRI, and more. Finally, they wanted users to develop color-coded routes to distinguish sections.
This app is now available to use, so if you’ve been struggling with other apps, give this one a try!
Lots of people have expressed the views shown in this video by Path Less Pedaled and with good reason. Why should you have to buy an “AXS Mullet” configuration to gain Eagle gear range with your drop bar bike? Russ from PLP walks you through the process of how to mate an NX cage with a Rival rear derailleur… but how well does it work?
Ryan le Garrec, one of our contributors here at the Radavist, followed cyclist Josh Ibbett during his 2019 Tour Divide attempt. This is his story. Watch this documentary here and be on the lookout for a photo gallery later this week.
Kona’s sponsored riders Barry Wicks and Eric Tonkin take on two beastly climbs in Maui for the brand’s latest video.
I’ve been riding the Marzocchi Z1 for a few months now – albeit not with a coil and not nearly as steezy as Wade Simmons – but I’ve been damned impressed by this more-affordable option from Fox/Marzocchi. Coil shocks intrigue me and it doesn’t hurt to see Wade crush some North Shore dirt.
Remember last week’s video from Danny MacAskill? Well, here’s the behind the scenes bonus video, showing what it takes to make a video with Danny.
Here’s a fun recap video from USA Cycling’s Cyclocross National Championships at Fort Steilacoom Park…
Start ’em young! … and not just with racing, because there’s so much more to cycling than racing! In the Summer of 2019, the Oregon Chapter of National Interscholastic Cycling Association (NICA) took 18 of its riders bike packing along a section of the Oregon Timber Trail (OTT)…
Danny MacAskill takes us inside his gymnasium for a dose of creative training…
Cheech and Nam, two ladies with tons of personality, experience, and opinions about bikes, just posted a new Youtube series they’re working on. Watch on as they discuss everything from BMX to bikepacking and beyond. I can’t wait for the next one!
New years usually mean new sponsorships and this year, Chris Akrigg bids adieu to Mongoose. Let’s look back at some of his most stunning lines from the past 12 years with the brand.
The Good Times Roll is a group of friends that like to take on ambitious rides. This past summer they rode from Freiburg to the Bodensee, through Switzerland along the Rheinfalls, through Lichtenstein, over the Vorarlberg where they encountered snow and almost got lost but somehow made it all the way to the Königssee in Berchtesgaden.
Fans of Squid Bikes‘ Sammi Runnels will rejoice at the latest GCN video showcasing her professional ‘cross bike. This is one of the most unique bikes in the pro circuit, since it’s US-made and features a Spray.bike paint job. Like what you see? Follow Sammi on Instagram!