We interview Dr Lewis Kirkwood, PhD in MTB, about exposure to vibrations in mountain biking, why we should care about it and what we can do about it.
Yoann Barelli has been a mainstay on the Enduro World Series since 2013.
"This young generation has way more diversity in it than our current mountain bike community so I have high hopes that we are going to witness a whole different MTB community in about 10 years."
Examining the rise (and fall?) of the wide-tire revolution.
"The design of this bike wasn't limited. It was a clean slate aimed at getting the most performance possible out of a bike with absolutely no obligations to anyone but myself."
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.
Tomomi Nishikubo, a former Japanese trials champion, has moved onto shooting narrative-led street trials videos full time.
We have a chat about how Grant came into the sport, how he approached hitting huge gaps and the stories from the original rampage.
An in-depth interview with Nico Vouilloz, with topics ranging from geometry to suspension set up and everything in between.
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.
After our first outings on the new Bontrager Line Pro wheels we reached out with a few questions to learn a bit more about the offerings and development.
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.
Santa Cruz connected us with the reclusive talent behind the 5010 launch video, Handy MacAskill, and we asked him a few questions.
A little bit of chance and a lot of hard work led to John Hall landing his dream job as a World Cup mountain bike mechanic for Aaron Gwin.
Olly makes a surprise discovery, there's elevator music and we chat with Sam about bike set-up, pump track home builds and the usual random tangents!
Marc joins the show to discuss his long career and some of the processes and routines he used to help build and maintain his confidence at the top of the sport.
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.
Ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes of a bike launch?