Brandon Semenuk is back! This time, he reimagines the true essence of Slopestyle MTB by designing four unique features in hopes of advancing and promoting creativity in the sport, and allowing riders to bring their own creative riding styles to… Read More ›
From the wet winter of coastal British Columbia to the hot, dry summer days of interior BC, Micayla Gatto’s pushes the Big Betty to the limit.
This was my first time in Pemberton, apart from a brief and horrible night spent killing mosquitos last year on a camping trip. So it wouldn’t surprise you that I was expecting more of the same this time around… but… Read More ›
After being isolated from a lot of people throughout the winter, it was great to catch up with some friends from far away and have some quality time in the forest. Thank youSophie PerraultPaul GenoveseLogan PeatStephanne PeltierMax MoffatRobin MoffatLiam GouldReece… Read More ›
View this post on Instagram A post shared by KR3TURE (@kr3ture_music) Ride through the forests of the Pacific Northwest with @burchmorephoto & @andrew_k_pearson on the 🚴
Last winter, amidst all the rain and snow of Bellingham, Hannah, Drew, Oliver and Skye decided to head south to the Oregon coast in search of better weather and ripping trails. Follow along to see what they got up to!
Lone Wolf trail, Bend, OR. Caleb Ely edit. Prof/ Bar Breaker
Rider: Demetri TriantafillouDirected: Wiley KaupasDirectors of Photography: Tory Powers, Drew BoxoldEdit and Color: Wiley Kaupas, Tory Powers16mm Film: Drew BoxoldPhotography: Drew BoxoldSound Design: Keith WhiteGrip/Pyrotechnics: Ben ReederMusic: Contact by Bronson Demetri Triantafillou – @wererealrearwheelsWiley Kaupas – @wiley.ksTory Powers – @torypowersDrew… Read More ›
Brandon Semenuk and Owen Marks, dancing in the shadows. Sound By Keith White Audio, Music by The Night Beats
Drop-in, hold on and FEAR NOTHING as Forbidden’s Stéphane Pelletier gives us two minutes of full throttle, rowdy riding aboard a box-fresh Dreadnought XT in Nelson, BC. For more information: https://www.forbiddenbike.com/product… Presented by: Forbidden Bike Company Director/ Edit: Calvin Huth… Read More ›
Ever wish you could take that moment where the world slows down, when speed feels easy, and make it last the whole ride? We Just did. Introducing the all-new Range. Get Some: https://www.norco.com/bikes/2022/moun… Credits: Rider – Lucas Cruz Director –… Read More ›
16-year-old Gracey Hemstreet riding her home trails at Coast Gravity Park.
Kendall McLean, a local to Vancouver Island shreds some of his favourite trails on Mt. Prevost.
The World Naked Bike Ride is an international clothing-optional ride that brings together people of all walks of life and all shapes and sizes to “deliver a vision of a cleaner, safer, more body-positive world.” Held in over 120 cities… Read More ›
The Ziggy Link-equipped Druid GX, our first out-of-the-box, ready-to-rip, mixed wheel size hell-raiser, takes the corner slaying abilities of the full-29er Druid and turns them up to 11. Learn more: Forbiddenbike.com Presented by: Forbidden Bike Company Director/Edit: Cole Nelson Additional… Read More ›
View this post on Instagram A post shared by Transition Bikes (@transitionbikes) Take on the biggest terrain without the penalty, Long travel doesn’t have to mean single purpose. Video shot at Darrington, Washington. Check out all the details about the… Read More ›
The All New Patrol: Our Second Mixed Wheel Bike View this post on Instagram A post shared by Transition Bikes (@transitionbikes)
Nic rips some of his local favourites in the Cowichan Valley for Vol. I of the new Cowichan Cycles team “shredit” series.
We decided to take advantage of the early season racing and head out to Washington for the Northwest Cup at Port Angeles. It is always a great time being able to ride tracks that are unique and much different from… Read More ›
Casey Brown, Micayla Gatto and Georgia Astle head out on the road to explore British Columbia and Yukon’s beautiful mountain bike communities. The plan is to start at the very bottom of the province and make their way up to… Read More ›
Adrenaline is the main reason we got hooked on mountain biking in the first place. We spend every day trying to see how far and how hard we can push ourselves. Whether it’s going faster, lifting more in the gym,… Read More ›