Andrew Neethling has ridden for the likes of Mongoose, Trek and Giant Factory Racing teams over the years, chalking up plenty of World Cup top 10s in a season and even the odd podium.
Danny Hart was looking forward to racing this year after an incredible end to the 2019 season.
Kids bike seat supremos Shotgun are releasing a 52-page, hard back book based on their Shred ‘Til Bed drawings released in April.
Nigel Page looks back at a life of riding bikes and trying to avoid the 9-5.
Sam Hill shares a little about mountain bike training and family life between races.
Racer Cai Grocott opens up about his struggle with depression and mental health.
The Way Bobby Hears It is back with a banger of a chat and with a banger of a human being.
There’s no shame if pandemic life has you looking forward to five o’ clock more than ever. But if you’re also hoping to not undo any of your fitness gains during quarantine, you might consider reaching for a light beer – if light beers weren’t so boring.
Not only is Hans Rey’s home adjacent to some of the world’s best trails, the home itself holds some of the world’s best stories.
In this episode we discuss the latest on mountain bike racing, athletes, tourism, brands, and of course everyday trail riders.
We catch up with Jai Motherwell and go deep into the hard times and the fun times.
There's a lot of talk about getting back to normal after the pandemic, but can we learn from this pause and make meaningful changes?
Here is another bumper selection of mountain bike films available on streaming services.
Beyond being the older brother of freeride icon, Cameron Zink, Howie has his own stories of globe-trotting exploits, brushes with greatness and heartbreak.
There isn't much good news about right now, so we're pretty pleased to be able to compile a few of the campaigns being run by companies in the outdoor space.
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.
Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship Founder Greg Williams shares some of the strategies the group has used to bring various trail user groups together that are applicable in other communities facing similar challenges.
Romain Paulhan learned over the years that racing and riding aren't about results, but the bonds made between fellow humans.
We chat about some his early memories of racing, signing his first pro contracts, transitioning into a commentary/brand ambassador role plus much more.
From mask manufacturing to 3-D printing ventilator parts, the bike industry is not standing still during the pandemic.