Thoughts, rants, and opinions from across the bike universe.
Warning: Opinions can be dangerous if taken too seriously. Remember, it’s just mountain biking and it’s pretty friggin’ cool. Sure, some issues like trail advocacy and access issues can be contentious and rightfully so given their potential ramifications, but don’t let some guy’s opinion about the practicality of a kickstand ruin your day or keyboard.
Before ditching your old bar, why not cut off a couple of cms and see if your legacy length still works for you with modern bike geometry?
In the second installment of our five-part series on climate change, we visit the wildfire epicenter of southern California.
The question is, can we justify riding mountain bikes in the shadow of this global pandemic?
Lessons from two weeks in the desert riding budget bikes.
This is a story about oil-bathed, trigger-shifted, any-shop-can-service, shift-without-pedaling,
In the first of a five-part series on climate change and the future of mountain biking, we visit Colorado's wildfire- and beetle-ravaged high country.
The Inside Line podcast listeners respond to the current state of mountain bike design.
I reached out to influential women that currently work in the bike industry to get their thoughts on why there aren't more women in the bike industry and how we can change that.
The Inside Line listeners respond to the question about the current cost of mountain bikes.
What do boar populations have to do with mountain biking?
Listen to us dive deep into the challenging topics of Mental Health, Body Image, the Cannabis Industry, and the taboo details of being an Elite Level Athlete.
Bad tires make you slow, tentative and terrified, rarely adjectives that describe a good ride.
The Race of Champions would be a season-ending event where XC, DH, enduro, and freeriders would compete against each other on identical bikes.
This little series titled ‘A Mountain Biker’s Guide to Nature’ is intended to spark interest and attention toward the natural landscapes we all enjoy riding through.
The math is simple: The cash you can get for your old bike (X) versus the cost of the new rig you're lusting for (Y) equals a pallet of cash ($$$$).