Bernard Kerr thrashes Whistler in this latest edit. The post Watch: “Just Another Whistler Edit…” Bernard Kerr Style! appeared first on Singletracks Mountain Bike News. Watch: “Just Another Whistler Edit…” Bernard Kerr Style! by Tom Anderson Interested in Mountain bike accessories, visit here.
Danny Mac’s JRA is very different to most people’s JRA. more » http://feeds.vitalmtb.com/~r/VitalMtbSpotlights/~3/lNUKMgqiMHU/iceman2058,94 by herr_kaneador If you are interested in Folding mountain bikes, continue reading here.
Welcome to Berm Creek. Here’s the berm. And here’s the creek you’ll end up in if you don’t use it. For the past few weeks I’ve been building trails at Berm Creek, or I’ve been doing my best to. If you want to build good trails—sustainable trails, Berm Creek could be a case study in
Mounted and tire ready. CushCore, a foam tire insert, isn’t content just to prevent flats like other inserts. Its goals are better handling and rim protection, as well as improved trail feedback. The insert, which looks like a fat coned belt, fits snugly into and extends beyond a rim’s cavity, providing better lateral stability by
Ryan Kremsater has been riding mountain unicycles in the Pacific Northwest for a long time. Watch 12 years of stunts (and falls) in this 3 minute highlight reel. I heard that unicycling in the PNW is safer than mountain biking because grizzly bears will not eat a person riding a uni because they are scared
Editor’s Note: This post and all photos are courtesy Trek Bicycles. The original feature story can be found here. Trek donates $ 1 from the sale of every Bontrager mountain bike tire to the National Interscholastic Cycling Association. Trek is proud to support NICA’s mission to help kids build strong bodies, minds, and characters through
Adam Morse delivers a strong performance in the role of rider, but it’s his four legged friend Flow who steals the show. The human in this sleepy edit is a solid rider, but the real star of the film is the actor Flow. Originally cast in the supporting role of “dog,” he stole the spotlight
Maxxis Minion DHFs have substantial side knobs. Plus bikes are one of the key growth areas of our sport, as riders discover bigger tire volumes and lower air pressures. But most of the available Plus tires thus far have very small cornering side knobs. Until now that is. Maxxis has just sent us the 2.8”