BLAST FROM THE PAST

Blast From the Past: Gus’s Last Ride

February 26, 2015 Dirt Rag Contributor 0

Editor’s note: This story first appeared in Dirt Rag Issue #158, published in August 2011. Words by Landon and Mary Monholland. Illustrations by Ashely Swidowski. I give two excited dogs a whistle. I mimic the

BLAST FROM THE PAST

Blast From the Past: Machine Soul

February 12, 2015 Dirt Rag Contributor 0

Editor’s note: Machine Soul first appeared in Dirt Rag Issue #21, published in February 1992. Words by John Gurklis. Dirt Rag #21 cover art by Mark Tierney. This is defined as the ethereal component of

Just Riding Along

Riding in the snow, the modern mud

February 11, 2015 Dirt Rag Contributor 0

By Harlan Price Snow riding today is all that’s left of the version of the chaotic two-wheel drifting we regularly did before trail stewards were abundant. Fortunately, some time riding the white-capped seas will benefit

BLAST FROM THE PAST

Blast From the Past: Pain

January 29, 2015 Dirt Rag Contributor 0

Editor’s note: The poem “Pain” by Philip Walter—with art by Jim Harris—originally appeared in Dirt Rag Issue #121, published in May 2006.   I’m racing down through unknown track and, I’ll admit, a bit too fast.

Rider's Eye

Rider’s Eye: ‘reEvolution’

January 5, 2015 Dirt Rag Contributor 0

It’s not often we feature video submissions from readers, but Bjørn Olson is no ordinary cyclist. He is a fearless and dedicated Alaskan explorer, and often uses his adventures to highlight the perilous balance between

ADVOCACY

Girls Rock in Santa Cruz County

December 12, 2014 Dirt Rag Contributor 0

By Joh Rathbun. Photos courtesy of Jessica Klodnicki. Still in its infancy, the Girls Rock ride, organized by Jessica Klodnicki, general manager and executive vice president of Bell and Blackburn, hosted its monthly ride at Ibis Cycles

Bike Industry News

What Does The Future Hold For Fox?

December 10, 2014 Dirt Rag Contributor 0

Last week’s news of Fox Factory Holding Corp. buying Canadian companies Race Face Components and Easton Cycling for a cool $30.2 million should be raising more than an eyebrow in the fiercely competitive world of