As general manager of Crankworx, Darren Kinnaird has his work cut out for him.
I recently sat down with Chromag founder and designer, Ian Ritz and engineer Ben Arnott to discuss the new pedal.
With the news that a womens’ riding event would be heading to Afan later in the year, we caught up with one of the founders of Sisters of Send for a chat.
We caught up with Andreu Lacondeguy to find out why he made the move, what his plans are for the coming year, and where the future of freeride is headed.
Five years later, have the secrets of speed changed? We revisit an in-depth look at top racers and their outlook on hauling ass.
The Hope HB130 was the second bike to come out of Barnoldswick and we caught up Rob Dodsworth to see how the project came together.
Andréane Lanthier Nadeau is another cross country rider who swapped World Cup XC for the joys of racing bigger bikes on bigger terrain.
The frame has been streamlined and there have been a few minor geometry adjustments but overall, the bike looks similar to its older sibling. I reached out to Ruben for a quick interview to learn more about the changes.
At just 19, Jamison brings serious riding chops and a seasoned eye to his work.
Follow along as John takes a quick walk through the pits and places a critical eye on some of the bikes his fellow peers have been working on during the World Cup Circuit.
Just before Christmas, Muc-Off announced that they would be expanding their range into modular riding packs, the Muc-Off LAB.94 range.
Interview: Danny MacAskill on Finding Inspiration, Attempting Tricks 700 Times & “Game Changing” Tubeless Set Ups
We caught up with Danny to talk about his return to the trials bike, how he motivates himself to constantly raise his riding level, and the custom bike Santa Cruz produced for him.
Seth Alvo of Seth’s Bike Hacks is always working on projects to produce the high quality video content he is known for.
Voted best bike shop at the Singletrack Reader Awards 2019, Si has made the shop more than just a place where bikes are bought and fixed.
Well known for her no-handers and airborne tricks, we managed to keep Veronique Sandler on the ground long enough to answer a few questions.
Ines Thoma races for Canyon, coaches riding clinics, and travels with her bike. Does she have time for anything else?
Everyone that has raced a bike has choked at some point, but you can deal with your own head and focus with the right preparation.
What is the story behind one of the most exciting and progressive riders in the world of mountain biking?
If you’re a fan of big mountain lines, big air and freeride, chances are Alex Volokhov has flown across your radar.