At the risk of sounding hopelessly naive, I wish the bike industry would get together, talk things over, find some common ground and get on the same @#$%ing page when they roll out "the next big thing".
Quebec has been quietly building up several different riding destinations, Brice Shirbach caught wind of something special going on, so he headed north of the border to check out the trails for himself.
For the first time there’s a bill in Congress that proposes to end the blanket ban on mountain biking in Wilderness areas. Will the bill actually become a law? And why are some mountain bikers actually opposed to the bill? Here's the story.
We all love to see the pros and their polished pit areas, but what about all the privateers that fill out the field at many top tier races? We go deep into the mix of caravans and riders at the recent EWS event in La Thuile.
Davis is a small town, with lots of trails, and plenty of room for you and your pals. We wanted to know more about it, so Brice hit the road and has everything you want to know about this little gem, inside.
In 2011, Reading was a major hub for gang activity, in 2012 it was branded the poorest city in the Unites States, but now, in 2016, Reading's natural resources and trails could be its saving grace. There's change in the air and mountain biking could well be the hope the city needs.
In part two of their Snowshoe adventure, Brice and the Cane Creek Crew explore the extensive singletrack in the resort and talk to Bike Park Manager, Josh Olson, about their hopes of bringing a World Cup to the park in the future.