Howdy Trail Folk, Coming at you on Week Six of our eight-week Spring newsletter campaign. We hope you’re enjoying these longer pieces about things like Post Canyon Trail Adopters, Trail Heroes, fundraisers, work parties, and our annual report. If you’d like to stay… Read More ›
Howdy Trail Folks, You ride Post trails. You love Post trails. You sometimes think: How does this whole Post trails thing work? Wonder no more. Here’s a quick introduction to this unique trail network. What is Post Canyon? The Post… Read More ›
This is what E-bikes are made for! Short run ups, sand traps and tight transitions are tough on muscle bikes but no problem for the Socket Rocket! My Niner bikes WFO E9 is too much fun!! @solidfoto edit.
After nearly 30 years on the harrowing and hallowed trails of British Columbia’s North Shore Mountains, Betty Birrell still thinks life is one big playground—and that you’re never too old to send. FOLLOW @PATAGONIA_MTB: https://www.instagram.com/patagonia_mtb/EXPLORE PATAGONIA MOUNTAIN BIKE: https://www.patagonia.com/mountain-bi… Directors:… Read More ›
“Born From Junk” traces the outlaw roots of mountain biking back to its raw beginnings in Crested Butte, where a crew of unlikely pioneers in pursuit of wild times in the mountains blossomed into a global phenomenon. READ THE WRITTEN… Read More ›
Earth Day Success Our Earth Day weekend was a great success with multitudes showing up to shake booty with Vitamin D at the Bingen Theater last Friday. This event raised about $3,060 in ticket sales and our raffle to help… Read More ›
My first ever visit to the Chilcotins was an exercise in having my ass handed to me. Josh Hall and Chris Clark were world-class fit, and I thought I was ‘close enough’ to hang. I was wrong, and the weather… Read More ›
Inspired by British mountain bike movies like “A Slice of British Pie”, “Tea and Biscuits” and 50to01 vids, we set out to make a mountain bike movie in our town Bellingham, Washington. The key difference being that we wanted to… Read More ›
According to Wikipedia, the Tasmanian Devil is a carnivorous marsupial and, until recently, could only be found on the island state of Tasmania. There is, however, no account in the entry of its riding habits, or explanation for its unbelievable… Read More ›
Living in California sure has its perks. Ocean views and hundreds of miles of trails make it an easy place to fall in love with. Plus, over 280 days of sunshine mean year-round riding in the Golden State. While bike… Read More ›
Known for his effortless unique style and friendly character, Carson Storch has quickly become one of the big names in Big Mountain Freeride which has earnt him the honour of becoming a proud RedBull athlete. Career highlights include a podium… Read More ›
As they prep for the 2022 DH race season, local Race Face and Devinci Development Racing riders Patrick Laffey and Drew Mozell dodge the rain, snow, and windstorms of Vancouver Island to tackle some rough off-season Prevost laps in their… Read More ›
A short film featuring Brandon Semenuk. ____________________________________ Directed by – Rupert Walker & Brandon Semenuk (Revel Co.) Producer – Brandon Semenuk D.O.P – Rupert Walker Cinematography – Rupert Walker & Anthony Vitale Aerial Cinematography – Rupert Walker Editing/Color – Rupert… Read More ›
QUARTERPOINT is a 37 minute experimental mountain bike film shot between 2018 and 2021 in the state of Oregon. Starring Carson Storch. Directed by Clay Porter.
Luke Strobel coming in hot with a fresh, new edit aboard the Stumpjumper EVO. Get More from Specialized Join the Specialized Discord Server: https://discord.gg/specializedFollow Specialized on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iamspecializedLike Specialized on Facebook: https://www.fb.com/specializedbicyclesFollow Us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/iamspecializedFollow Outride: https://www.instagram.com/outride/ 🚲 Follow… Read More ›
Snack, ride, repeat. Marzocchi athletes Micayla Gatto, Hailey Elise, and new addition Celeste Pomerantz, headed over to Vancouver Island’s trails for some early season riding in our latest edit, Icy Fresh. Hero dirt conditions made for some great riding and… Read More ›
Risk versus reward—the idea that an endeavor with greater uncertainty garners greater payoff—is a principle used in fields as diverse as economics, athletics and even relationships. For Vancouver resident Steve Vanderhoek, the saying reflects nearly every aspect of his life…. Read More ›
Lightfall shares the story of legendary MTB photographer Sterling Lorence and his process to get the perfect shot in the dank and misty mountains of Vancouver’s legendary North Shore, with riders Jackson Goldstone and Brett Rheeder. Subtitles available! Click on… Read More ›
If you have a better recipe for fun family outings than bikes, kids, and nature, we know about a dozen people in Kamloops who are all ears. Enjoy the latest installment of Little Trail Hunter—Wild Things!