For the fifth year, Niner has created a special IMBA themed bike in support of the non-profit’s mountain bike advocacy efforts. This year’s version is a custom painted ROS 9 Plus complete bike with special detailing and components throughout.
Take a peek at the new Rocky Mountain Thunderbolt MSL. We have an aluminum version of the 120mm chassis in for testing now, but before we could finish our review the team from British Columbia have upped the ante with a carbon fiber frame.
Last time on This is Peaty we watched as teammate and protege Josh Bryceland picked up his first ever World Cup victory. In Episode 4, the Syndicate spend the long gap between races testing some new bikes, including the 27.5 V-10 and an all new model, the V-16.
After a bit of a summer vacation, World Cup downhill racing returns this weekend with the first of two North American stops at Mont Sainte Anne in Quebec, Canada. As always, the one and only Claudio Caluori shows us the track.
Yesterday we brought you news of a new Specialized downhill bike with bigger wheels, and today it's Santa Cruz's turn. Seems the gap in the World Cup schedule was the perfect time to finish off the new products and we'll be seeing a lot of new stuff at Monte St. Anne this weekend.
Spy shots of the new Demo have been floating around the internet for years, but this week Specialized and Red Bull released this video which gives you a behind-the-scenes look at its introduction to the athletes
The final stop on the North American Enduro Tour, the Scott Enduro Cup presented by GoPro at Canyons Resort, traveled 17.2 miles of trail with 3,200 vertical feet of descending with sharp switchbacks, off-camber rooty singletrack, and the bike park flow trail.
The biggest party in the mountain bike universe is descending upon Anchorage, Alaska, this weekend, as the annual Singlespeed World Championship rolls into town. We’ve partnered with photographer Devon Balet to capture the action, the mischief and the mayhem for everyone who can’t be there, and everyone who was there but can’t remember.
Keep a keen eye on our Instagram, Twitter and Facebook pages as we try our best to keep our coverage safe for a “family magazine”.