Ever witnessed a Marine mountain bike? This faithful, dedicated mindset makes them the hardest-charging riders on the mountain, doing so without limitations of fear or reserve.
Mudflap was one of the early cycling fanzines containing equal parts comic book, scrapbook, reviews, interviews and accounts of Greta's personal adventures as a punk-rock bicyclist. This is Mudflap's story.
"It's more about people than machinery."
For Issue #190, we sat down with Tony Ellsworth to catch up on the last few years and talk about bike design, technology and his hopes for the company's future.
Vicente’s journey from professional road cycling to pioneering one of the first mountain bike frames, and being one of the first mountain bikers, has earned him notoriety, even legend.
Our exclusive, raw interview with pro rider Amanda Batty, an outspoken supporter of women’s rights and equality in a male-dominated sport.
"Little Andy," from the Dirt Rag Personality Issue, in his own words.
For Dirt Rag's first personality issue, we put Amanda Batty on the cover. Her interview is a no-holds-barred discussion of the sexism, misogyny and double standards often found in cycling and its media.
In this middle of this week word began to spread around Interbike that Chance was at the show and a few social network accounts popped up with the classic Yo Eddy! logo and a simple message. We’re back!
Jeremiah Bishop is looking for a teammate for the hardest race of his life, and there is a million dollar purse on the line.
The first of four profiles of major industry players who still steer the ship at their own companies plus a review of one of his latest flagship products.
At the end of June American enduro racer Ben Cruz of Team Cannondale OverMountain finally earned his first ever international victory at round 3 of the Superenduro Series in the Lombardia Alps of Madesimo, Italy. It was a nasty, rainy event where weather definitely played a role.
Last weekend while doing trail work Cannondale-WTB OverMountain rider Mark Weir was crushed by a 300-pound tree limb, breaking his pelvis in three places. We talked to him by phone from his home in Novato, California, where he’s recuperating for the next six to eight weeks. Mark was especially disappointed about the accident because he just signed a new, three-year contract with the Cannondale OverMountain team. All things considered Weir seemed in good spirits and was happy to talk about his ordeal.
Read the interview here.
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