Nestled on the dry side of Oregon, Bend is one of the nation’s premiere MTB riding destinations. When Carson Storch was about 16 years old, he realized he was having more fun riding mountain bikes than doing anything else. So he made it his primary goal to make the sport his life focus. Today, Storch
“…at about 16 years old I made it my primary goal to make mountain biking my life from that point forward.” Head to the ripping trails and jumps of Bend, Oregon for a look at Carson’s home and learn about what inspired him to become a Pro. more » http://feeds.vitalmtb.com/~r/VitalMtbSpotlights/~3/V5VH0Or07Lo/bturman,109 by brf If you are
We drove south of the border to Bellingham, Washington to ride the Galbraith trails with YouTube stars Seth from Seth’s Bike Hacks and Brian Kennedy from BKXC. We had the opportunity to sit down with them and ask them some questions about their new full time dream jobs. The post Watch: Professional YouTube Mountain Bikers…
No berms were destroyed in the making of this video. Incredible vistas and massive catch berms? Hell yeah. Click here to view the embedded video. Check out more videos on Mtbr. http://reviews.mtbr.com/get-stoked-for-the-weekend-with-this-banger-edit-from-new-zealand by René Slaats Looking for Mountain bike shoes, click here.
It’s too bad this edit is only a minute long. As a woman, I’m always irritated when I watch mountain bike edits that try to be cutesy. Yes, women like wine and yoga, but the focus of riding videos shouldn’t be montages of giggling women drinking chardonnay, it should be the riding. Maybe that’s just
Would you drop in to an abandoned mine shaft? One of the best things about mountain biking is all the amazing places it can take you. While those locales are generally local gems or breathtaking mountain tops, sometimes they’re more subterranean. Take this adventure for instance. After being foiled repeatedly by weather, Kilian Bron headed
Aaron Gwin and his mechanic John Hall break down the Flat Tire Defender system. What’s Aaron Gwin’s secret to racing success? Well, obviously the guy is once-in-a-generation fast. But turns out when it comes to tire punctures (and avoiding them), the four-time World Cup champ has the benefit of a little something called Flat Tire
@louiemilton rides hard and slams to glory for our entertainment. more » http://feeds.vitalmtb.com/~r/VitalMtbSpotlights/~3/UMJYSY8cTio/bailsandfails-Winner-January-9-2017,1507 by tab2space If you are interested in Mountain bike accessories, visit here.
This would be a good guy to consult on the topic of tire traction. Warning: If you are afraid of heights don’t watch this video. And if you are offended by the “F” word, cover your ears and then marvel as Moab local Kyle Mears drops into one of the steepest lines we’ve ever seen.