Decades of natural recovery have already taken place, but the reality is that these peaks and valleys will never return to their original state. Another reality is that without its evil history, this land would have far fewer mountain bike trails on its slopes.
Industry Nine & GT Factory riders Ronnie Renner and David Lieb getting into what it's all about. Whether it's bikes or motos - it's all about riding.
We're mountain bikers, and singletrack is our solace. Lines of dirt, decorated with rocks, leaves, grass and the marks of compatriots that came before us.
A new Commencal frame with some shiny, prototype Fox bits for Greg Williamson.
Four bikes, two weeks, a $2,000 price cap, and a lot of rocky trails.
All the numbers for the Specialized Stumpjumper EVO, Marin Mount Vision, GT Force, Orange Stage 6, and the Santa Cruz Megatower gathered in one place.
After testing CushCore Plus tire inserts in a handful of different setups, here's the wrap up review.
At home with Joey Schusler in his sprawling backyard of the Rockies.
We sat down ahead of the (now delayed) 2020 season for a catch up on the last couple of seasons of racing, his offseason testing, injury, bike set up, mullet bikes and plenty more.
Cam and Cody headed to Florida for the grand opening of a new flow trail built by Zink's non-profit, Sensus RAD Trails.
The revised line has broad appeal and a limited run you may just go bananas for.
Chainless suspension performance with your chain installed?!
I had heard a ton of good things about this new Ergon saddle from a bunch of riders, and I thought to myself, could this be the one?
The brand from Squamish, BC has a new rear axle, 34.9mm diameter dropper post, and the latest Shimano-compatible Switch chainring.
A one-man operation built on the premise of pushing back against the current industry trends of constantly shifting standards and new models each year.
I 100% recommend the setup to riders who are looking for a riding kit that will stand up the rigors of off road and enduro riding.
Times may be a little tougher ahead, and the dreams of a new bike may be dashed requiring us to keep our existing bikes running longer and stronger.
Our biggest mountain bike test of the year is complete and having crowned our two Bike of the Year winners, from the Trail and Enduro categories, we sit down to talk through the contenders.
Maurice Tierney, co-founder of Dirt Rag magazine, talks about how mountain bike gear and culture has evolved over the past three decades, and his recent decision to cease operations at the iconic publication.
Forgotten faces and questionable directions aside, Kristin Butcher's prosopagnosia-influence life is full of newness and the ability to ride a trail for the first time twice (or more).