BIKE CULTURE

A Visit with Engin Cycles

July 16, 2018 Brett Rothmeyer 0

Germantown Avenue seems like a comparatively quiet street when considering the rest of Philadelphia. Trolley tracks and cobbled paths remain from the years gone by, there is a lot that houses a food truck and

Bike Industry News

Devinci unveils 2019 all-mountain Troy

June 28, 2018 Carolyne Whelan 0

Canadian bicycle company Devinci has been in the game for over 20 years, and today they unveil their update to their all-mountain Troy line for 2019. There are a number of options for both the 29

BIKES

Pivot Firebird 29 – First Ride

June 20, 2018 Eric McKeegan 0

Pivot invited us out to ride the new Trail 429 in Moab last month in Moab. The assembled media had a blast, but when Pivot’s head honcho, Chris Cocalis unexpectedly wheeled out a this new Firebird 29

ADVOCACY

My Other Bike is a Vessel of Light

June 15, 2018 Carolyne Whelan 1

Since Halloween, I have been fundraising for AIDS/LifeCycle to earn my spot riding with roughly 2,200 other cyclists and 500 volunteers from San Francisco to Los Angeles. The ride brings awareness to the streets of

NEWS

Meet the new Webatron5000 team

June 12, 2018 Carolyne Whelan 2

Dirt Rag has been secretly devising a masterful plan for world domination digital development and it is time to unveil the team unleashed to deliver fun, visually stunning content to our online platforms. Drumroll, please:

Bikepacking

Chasing the Tune of Kokopelli

June 11, 2018 Dirt Rag Contributor 2

by Maureen Gaffney Riding the Kokopelli, the 150-mile trail between the esteemed mountain bike destinations of Fruita, Colorado and Moab, Utah for a second time is like childbirth. Your mind neatly erases the painful bits, assembles a sparkly highlight

NEWS

Issue 205 – Get it, now!

May 31, 2018 Eric McKeegan 1

The cover depicts Anka Martin flying out of the foliage, as shot by Sven Martin. Inside you’ll find the expected mix of the unexpected, including a lengthy piece by Marty Caivano on the economic prosperity