We chat about multiple collarbone breaks, developing the 29er with Intense, the challenges of changing from the Intense team to… well… the new Intense team, and his recent move to the Enduro World Series where he’ll be riding for Canyon Factory Racing.
Growing up in Utah and with a love of riding two wheels on dirt, it’s not surprising that Ethan saw Red Bull Rampage at a young age and was inspired.
We sat down to talk about how saddles have progressed since mountain biking began, how a saddle is designed, prototyped, manufactured and tested.
Kathy Sessler is the team manager for one of the most popular mountain bike teams in the world, the Santa Cruz Syndicate.
How do you go from your first mountain bike race in 2015 to standing on World Cup podiums in 2019? Well, Nina Hoffmann is the right person to ask.
We discuss the pressure that his amazing junior career put on him as he entered elites, and how he’s working to manage that, including training while he’s in bed.
I’m chatting mountain bike design with Aaron Kerson and Adam Hammerman from PNW Components.
Fancy a bit of tech talk with one of the most tech-savvy mountain bike racers of all time?
We chat about Marin’s history, how it lost its way, and how the current crew has approached bringing it back to being a popular and desirable brand. Aaron also gives some thoughts on how you could get into the bike industry too!
We find out more about the big changes that Laurie made to his riding style and setup in 2019, along with what else he’s been working on heading into the 2020 season.
We cover the COVID-19 pandemic and its effects on him and the bike industry, his views on the environment and why the bike industry needs to do more.
Ever wondered what mountain biking was like at the start? We follow his journey from cyclist, to mountain biker, to bike designer and builder, through journalism in print media and ultimately online with Pinkbike.
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.
What does it take to go from a late start in the sport to a World Cup podium? Well Dakotah Norton knows.
Who know’s when the racing will start, but that doesn’t mean we can’t talk about and be excited by it!
I sat down with Robbie to find out more about how he went from full time builder to full time filmer.
Euan is a 4x racer and a doctor who has managed to combine his love of riding and medicine to help provide racers with the level of care that he feels they deserve.
Sean has been a driving force behind developing the riding scene on the east coast of America, and along with Neko Mulally is the man behind Windrock Bike Park.
These guys have been following the downhill circus for a number of years, taking awesome photos, consuming a few beers along the way, and generally taking a good times approach to watching world cup racing.
We’re heading to the wind tunnel this week for something a little different.