The Italian resort of Finale Ligure is one of the best coastal riding spots in Europe, and the guys at MTB Beds have brought you this no nonsense, comprehensive guide to getting the most out of your stay there.
Today’s tale is an absolute blinder from Steve Peat, set at the after-party of the 2007 UCI Downhill World Championships.
We chat with Cane Creek’s product manager Sam Anderson to find out how a small team found out what they needed to change on the Helm and how they went about it.
A less than ideal day at work spawned several months of learning how to put a bike together the hard way before the concept became reality.
Joe Smith seems like he's been around forever, having been a fast junior way back in 2005. We caught up with him for his plans for the year and beyond.
Former World Cup racer turned film maker, photographer, race organiser, graphic designer and the main man behind Descent-World.
Pitched as the ideal choice for the one-bike-quiver the Juliana Furtado is playful enough to make flatter trails fun and well-enough equipped to tackle bigger, more technical terrain.
At £9500, the Merida eOneSixty is one of the priciest bikes we’ve reviewed here on Wideopen… But does the performance and the build kit match the price tag?
An inaugural trip to New Zealand through Ines Thoma’s eyes which involves old buses and penguin rescues.
Definitely one to let the riding do the talking.
Specialized launch the latest iteration of the World Cup and World Championship-winning Demo based on feedback from Bruni and Iles.
Despite being part of the UCI’s revised schedule, the Val di Sole World Cup got cancelled last week. We take a look at the event’s best moments.
Though she’ll likely be the last to tell you, Julia MacLean has quietly racked up a serious skillset that makes her pretty handy both on and off the bike.
Funn have launched their bid for the best MTB goggles and reprised the SolJam name with their new Soljam goggles.
It might not have the most eye-catching name but can the Cube Stereo 140 HPC TM 27.5 take on the wave of short travel 29ers currently ruling the roost?
Not only is Wyn Masters one of the endless stream of pinned Kiwis taking on the World Cup downhill circuit, he’s also bagged a home Enduro World Series win in Rotorua, as well as being the man behind #WheelieWednesday and WynTV.
A good set of flat pedals should last you a lifetime, and Joe has been running the UK-made Carder TwoTwelve pedals to see if they’re up to the job.
Joe has been spending lockdown with the Nukeproof Reactor 290 Comp to see if the base model in the Reactor range can punch above its weight.
In the Speedframe Pro, Fox Racing have certainly ticked all the boxes when it comes to an MTB enduro helmet, but do they all come together well?
Cy Turner tells how the BFe got the Captain America treatment to become the BFeMAX and has become their most capable hardtail to date.