Few places in the mountain bike world have the magical cache as Whistler, British Columbia. If you've never been, it's home to not just the Whistler Bike Park, but hundreds of miles of trails throughout the valley and far up the mountains.
Dirt Rag contributor Brice Shirbach not only writes words and shoots awesome photographs, he also does a fair share of videoing as well. His latest is an expose’ of the amazing trails in Beacon, New York.
Last time on This is Peaty we watched as teammate and protege Josh Bryceland picked up his first ever World Cup victory. In Episode 4, the Syndicate spend the long gap between races testing some new bikes, including the 27.5 V-10 and an all new model, the V-16.
After a bit of a summer vacation, World Cup downhill racing returns this weekend with the first of two North American stops at Mont Sainte Anne in Quebec, Canada. As always, the one and only Claudio Caluori shows us the track.
Spy shots of the new Demo have been floating around the internet for years, but this week Specialized and Red Bull released this video which gives you a behind-the-scenes look at its introduction to the athletes
The event that has launched viral video stars and dropped thousands of jaws returns to Utah this fall, a freeride mountain biking spectacle known the world over as a proving ground for the best, bravest and most well-rounded rider on two wheels. Red Bull Rampage, a marquee event in the NBC Signature Series, will take place near Virgin, Utah with the finals set for September 28, 2014 and airing on NBC, November 30th at 12:30 p.m. EST.
Steve Peat is naturally the star of his eponymous show, but in this episode the real darling is Josh Bryceland, Peaty’s Santa Cruz Syndicate teammate who picked up his first ever World Cup win at Leogang.