BIKES

Some Interesting Bikes of NAHBS 2017

March 13, 2017 Helena Kotala 0

There was no shortage of cool bikes to be seen at NAHBS this year. While it’s impossible for me to pick my absolute favorite, there are definitely a number that I noticed and appreciated for one

FEATURES

Feature: No Rest for the Weary

July 15, 2016 Dirt Rag Contributor 0

Words and photos: Brice Shirbach Originally published in Issue #191 For most of us, the UCI World Cup downhill series is a somewhat nebulous arrangement, largely unfolding by means of online media, live video streams

FEATURED RIDES

Feature: No Sleep Till Denver

July 12, 2016 Dirt Rag Contributor 0

Words and photos: Montana Miller Originally published in Issue #191 My back just went numb, right between the shoulder blades. Which actually feels a lot better than the shooting pain I had a few minutes

BIKE CULTURE

Rad Rider Rigs: Henry Tan Van

March 15, 2016 Katherine Fuller 0

There are people who love mountain biking, and there are those who love it so much they dedicate a vehicle to mountain biking. Chris and Leslie Kehmeier are two of those people, and Henry Tan

FEATURES

Photo Gallery: Crankworx Dual Slalom racing

August 15, 2015 Adam Newman 0

Photos by Justin Steiner and Adam Newman The racing here at Crankworx took center stage Friday night as the threatening rain clouds hovered overhead but never dampened the action. The dry and dusty course was

Just Riding Along

Spotlight: Hanebrink prototype, circa 1993

January 5, 2015 Adam Newman 0

Photos by the author and Anthony Bareno, Velo Cult It’s hard to point a finger at what was the “first” fat bike. Just like the origins of the mountain bike itself, there are several branches

FEATURES

Gallery: Enduro World Series – Crankworx

August 11, 2014 Adam Newman 0

Photos by Adam Newman The sixth round of the Enduro World Series rolled into Whistler just in time for a little thing called Crankworx to get under way. Several classic Whistler trails were groomed especially

Photo Galleries

Jay Petervary wins Arrowhead 135

January 29, 2014 Dirt Rag Contributor 0

Photos by David Gabrys/45NRTH The frozen feats of strength known as the Arrowhead 135 started Monday morning and 45NRTH sponsored rider Jay Petervary took the win in his first attempt, finishing the 135 miles in

Bike Industry News

Photo Gallery: Bilenky Junkyard ‘Cross

December 9, 2013 Adam Newman 0

A long-standing Pennsylvania tradition, Bilenky Cycle Works has hosted a… unique cyclocross race each winter through a salvage yard. There are no UCI officials measuring tire widths, the barriers are not to spec, and #handupsarenotacrime.