There are many trail users out there just looking for a chance to be useful and keep their favorite trails in top shape. Trail clubs and land managers should follow these steps to tap into them.
Sometimes, I cross the fine line between brilliant bargain hunter and mere low-rent cheapskate. And it usually happens with mountain bike products. Here’s my list of stuff that’s burned me the worst.
X-Fusion has a new fork set to debut at the Sea Otter Classic. Get a preview of what to expect from the up-and-coming mountain bike suspension company.
Bike mechanics know when you’ve been abusing or neglecting your bike – just like the dentist can tell that your choppers haven’t seen floss for the last four years. Here are some of the least-believable lines you can spring on your local mechanic.
I’m not much for the group-think that can plague mountain biking: You have to ride a 29er; you have to be on Strava. And of course, you absolutely must ride a RockFoxocchi. But I found an alternative to the usual suspects of mountain bike suspension.
The GoPro Helmet Hero and similar helmet cams have encouraged all sorts of mountain bikers to make videos that suck. Follow these tips so your video isn’t one of the mongrel hordes infesting YouTube with boring, endless vistas from your handelbar.
I once posted a list of 6 Horrible Things People do to Their Bikes. Let’s flip that around in a different direction … and look at AWESOME things people do to their bikes.
As a long-time mountain biker, I’ve owned more than my share of bikes. But there’s one that really made a change in my life that no other bike will equal.
Corporate America loves latching onto things it doesn’t understand, throwing money at them and scratching their heads when the accolades aren’t what they hoped. Chipotle’s “text to win” promotion is a case in point.
Take a look at the clean, utilitarian work of Idaho-based Civilian as it takes a different approach to making bicycles.