FEATURES

Video: Finding Remote

August 18, 2017 Press release 2

Kona Gravity team rider Graham Agassiz and Kona Canada’s resident fishing enthusiast Matt Stevens head out to do some fly fishing in British Columbia on the new Kona Remote. What are your thoughts on e-bikes

EQUIPMENT

First Look: Wolf Tooth B-RAD system

April 21, 2017 Helena Kotala 0

Wolf Tooth’s B-RAD, aka Be-Rad or Bottle Relocation and Accessory Device, is a versatile system for organizing your water bottles and other essentials using bottle cage mounts. The system is built on three different mounting

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

BIKES

Review: Salsa Powderkeg Tandem

December 22, 2015 Justin Steiner 0

This review was originally published in our sister magazine, Bicycle Times Testers: Justin Steiner and Emily Walley Salsa first began prototyping tandems back in 2010 when former Salsa Engineer Tim Krueger and his wife Odia

BIKES

The One-Bike Challenge

November 24, 2015 Eric McKeegan 0

Rocky Mountain Thunderbolt 790 MSL BC Edition How far can a short-travel trail bike take you? From Issue #187 We are at an interesting point in the technological advances in mountain bikes. For years the

This Just In

First Impression: Surly ECR

January 20, 2014 Adam Newman 0

Let me answer this question first: no, this is not a Krampus with holes drilled in it. While ECR closely resembles its 29+ brethren, it is a completely different beast. The frame is different, the

GEAR

Review: 2013 Salsa Fargo 2

December 20, 2013 Jon Pratt 0

Rather than a beefed-up touring bike, the Fargo 2 is actually a drop-bar mountain bike, with a lighter compact frame, 2×10 drivetrain, tubeless wheels, and slacker geometry than you would find on a road-going touring