Hello there, two-wheeled compadre, happy Spring! Out here in the Columbia River Gorge, we’re still seeing frosty mornings, but earlier and earlier in the day it’s disappearing into the ever-greener corners of our trails, yards, and gardens. The telltale signs… Read More ›
Month: March 2021
No Other Way
New Look, New Feel, Classic Norco. Rider-first mountain bikes designed and tested in the backwoods of British Columbia. Directed By: Andre Nutini and Zach Rampen Cinematography: Andre Nutini, Liam Mullany, Harrison Mendel Edit: Zach Rampen Production: Absolute Cinema Colourist: Sam… Read More ›
Bas van Steenbergen//Duncan RAW
A lap down Double D in Duncan BC.
Squamish Frozen Ground with Fabien Cousinié
No loam, no problem! Watch Fabien Cousinié squeeze all the speed and steeze he can out of the frozen Squamish trails on his @nsbikesco FUZZ. It transforms some trails in a giant concrete pumptrack and makes some sections quite a… Read More ›
A Tall Tale – Perception is reality aboard the all-new Instinct
From exaggerated stories of blissful alpine singletrack to rubbing elbows with the pros, everyone has “that friend” whose tales from the trail are too good to be true. But this story feels different. They’re telling it with confidence and you’ve… Read More ›
How It Is with Caleb Holonko
Kona Gravity Team Rider Caleb Holonko and his Process X CR show us how it is.
Breakfast with Boz Podcast Concussion in Cycling
EPISODE SUMMARY Crashes happen, and unfortunately, concussions can happen, too. How can we improve the culture and awareness around concussions in cycling, and how should riders safely return to riding following a concussion?
Thomas Vanderham Blasting Blues
Espresso and John Deere are two of North Vancouver’s most popular trails. But these blue flow lines are far from its gnarliest. So it was surprising when North Shore local and freeride legend Thomas Vanderham said they were two of… Read More ›
Finn Iles Full Speed Enduro Showdown in the Rain | Sound Of Speed
Can you imagine the sounds of a winter storm rolling into coastal British Columbia? Or the sounds of rain drops pouring down through the lush forests of Vancouver Island? What about the sounds of a perfectly dialled mountain bike slashing… Read More ›
“Across the Bay” w/ Kyle and Kevin
Last February, the two owners of Transition Bikes, Kevin and Kyle, decided to depart from Bellingham, and hop across the bay to Orcas Island for a day of relaxed shredding.
Storm Warning – Quinn Hanley
A bad day on the bike is better than a good day at work could be the mantra of the Sea to Sky… And the rest of the world. “During the long winters in Whistler with no way out, we… Read More ›