There's been a huge panic on North Vancouver's Mount Seymour due to "No Trespassing" signs being posted by the land's owners. What does all of this really mean to all the user groups that recreate there?
Cam McCaul spent many years competing at Rampage but now he sits behind a monitor with a microphone in hand commentating the event. Cam reflects on what it's like to step down from the hill and to take on this unique responsibility.
Even today there are places that lay almost untouched by man, and to go an adventure there by bike can take a lot of planning and preparation, but even when you've prepared, nature may have other ideas.
From the Czech Republic to Africa to discover a different side to the country by meeting the locals, riding the trails and taking the chance to make the most of the adventure in such a beautiful place. Take a look at Uganda as seen by bike.
Following on from the earthquakes that struck Nepal, and his first visit to the country, Tito Tomasi launched Vive La Vie, an organisation to help raise money for Nepal and give mountain bikers the chance to get something in return.
Sometimes you just want to pick up a van or old school bus, load it up and live on the road. That is exactly what Andrew Taylor is doing as he converts this old school bus into his adventure vehicle and gets ready to head to Alaska.