In this letter from Dirt Rag Issue #85 (April 2001), serial art contributor "Captain Black" explains how he eschewed proper engineering principles and created a magical machine for sharing the joy of cycling with his son.
A high school football star joins the military while his younger brother pursues an interest in natural science. In this fictional piece, the brothers' common interest in mountain biking unites them after tragedy tests the strength of their relationship.
What’s it like to date a cyclist? One woman found that it’s an unexpected trip, an odd adjustment to a far-out culture. It also inspired her to live life to the fullest and to pursue her most adventuresome dreams.
Jeremiah Bishop of Topeak Ergon Racing just completed the legendary, eight-stage ABSA Cape Epic in South Africa. As part of his continuing Adventure Diaries, here is part one of a multi-part breakdown of what happened.
Eighty years ago bicycle touring was a different animal. Mountains, dirt roads and all of two gears. One rider pays homage to the old-school guys by ditching the materialism and touring in dirtbag style.
Flow exists in all kinds of sports, even tennis players are seeking to flow—it’s not unique to mountain biking. As such, the new development of flow trails has left mountain bikers all over the world arguing about the merits of different trail construction styles.