Check out Sweetlines Junior Racing, an all-girls downhill development team of girls aged 7-13 who train and compete under the guidance of professional coaching from Kat Sweet, Karen O’Connell and Kaytlin Melvin.
This year, Pinkbike photographer Matt DeLorme and his girlfriend Anne Galyean packed up their lives on the East Coast of the USA to chase new dreams and start afresh in Colorado. This is the story of their summer of change.
Beyond the bike is another world of components, gear and accessories that play an equally important role in a mountain biker's performance. We selected four items for nomination, each from a different segment of the market.
There are starting to be more and more trail centers popping up around the world and they are providing a great place to get after it on our bikes. Blake and Simon head to Northern Ireland to get a taste for Rostrevor and they like it.
Jamie Nicoll overcame a life threatening injury with sheer will and strength of character, and is now a highly respected racer on the EWS circuit. Meet the man who beat the odds in this interview, and look out for the documentary that follows on December 30th.
The latest series from the UR Team documents the lives of their riders over the course of the last year. The first episode will be released on December 30th, and focusses on tough as nails Kiwi Jamie Nicoll.
The battle for downhill supremacy raged throughout 2015, culminating with a storybook ending at the World Championships. We present three races, chosen from a season that will be etched into the memories of DH fans for many years to come.
Has the world gone insane? Thanks to limited snow fall in the Northern hemisphere this season, bike parks and lifts are reopening on both sides of the Atlantic, which could herald a shift for many resorts to rethink their year round business strategy. Case in point: Les Gets, France.
It's easy to get caught up in the bike hype. We all want shiny new stuff, but there's more to this sport than the latest and greatest. This Christmas let's be thankful for all of our friends, trails, and bikes.
The first Share the Ride event of the season kicks off at Pinkbike's HQ in Squamish, BC, and we reach our fundraising goal of $40,000! There's still time left to pitch in, make a donation, and have a chance at winning cool prizes.
The Yak Attack had eight stages that climbed over 12,000 meters and traveled over 400 kilometers. Matt Rousu did it on a fat bike - it was his way to raise awareness of the courage and fortitude of the Nepali people following the devastating earthquakes earlier this year.
Scott Sports and the Road 2 Recovery Foundation are hosting a draw for Paul Basagoitia with 6 frames up for grabs, including 5 that are one-of-a-kind and include a host of Gamblers and Nino Schurter's custom painted Spark from the 2013 World Champs.
Embracing all the opportunities that a move to new location offers your riding is exactly what Sasha did, leaving his home in New Hampshire for a state that's become synonymous with mountain bikes; Utah.
This is the first episode of the Connected Project in which we showcase our home town of Umag, what we ride on a daily basis and where we first started riding as well as the only dirt jump spot in Croatia - Rakitije.
We've teamed up with Glide Gear to give two lucky people the chance to win a Scopio 3 Axis Gimbal and a Glide Gear Leios phone/GoPRO Gyro Stabilizer - perfect for budding videographers. Enter to win inside.
For many riders, maintaining a bike consists of a high-pressure spray wash and a dab of chain lube. Some baby their bikes with dedicated products for degreasing, cleaning, protection and lubrication. Where do you fall in between those extremes?
There's no shortage of great things mountain bike related coming from Sheffield. The latest is Airdrop Bikes, a small rider owned company who aim to make bikes that are simple, effective and fun to ride.
The Northern Monkeys take their annual holiday with one goal in mind - complete the Trans Maritime Alps Classic. Though it's not all about the end goal and they get to experience some incredible riding during their trip.
It's that time once more, when we begin to roll out the nominees for our annual industry awards. In this prelude, we outline some changes and additions we've made, and offer a chance to review last year's winners.