mtl-trails MartinLortz's article
May 5, 2017 at 12:28May 5, 2017
The Mountain Bike Tourist: Quebec Road Trip Part Four - Vallée Bras-du-Nord
No it's still 10km; the 10km uphill is a gravel (for cars/pick-ups) road. Still, a fantastic way to shuttle up without too much hurt. Some steep parts, but most of it is quite smooth. Th Nielson is still epic.
mtl-trails leelau's article
Jul 26, 2016 at 14:10Jul 26, 2016
Economic Impacts of Mountain Biking Tourism - 2016 Update
Debbie Downer showed up...I can't believe how much hate there is on this website with people making money and SPENDING IT buying high end bikes, staying at hotels when they travel for vacations, paying for 5-7 day events, with a LOT of that money trickling down to small communities hosting the events (who need it, btw), to trail builders who get amazing single tracks built for local people to enjoy, or helping fund R&D at bike/component companies that will eventually make it to bikes that "normal" people can afford to buy. What's so wrong with all of that? Sometimes I feel like it's a socialist board. You can't afford it? You have 2 options: work hard to afford it or be happy for the people who can, buy the gear you can't afford and just move the f*ck on from your hateful stance on people who can. I love cars, I drive a VW Golf, and I don't hate guys buying Audis, Lambos, etc. Grow up. I'm going to do BC Bike Race next year, and you know what, on that given week, I guarantee you I'll have a better time than you. :) On a more positive note, thanks for the article, extremely interesting.
mtl-trails dbaker's article
Jul 15, 2016 at 10:09Jul 15, 2016
2016 BC Bike Race - Photo Epic
Nice catch. Those signs are $$$. lol
mtl-trails eveono's article
Jun 2, 2016 at 13:47Jun 2, 2016
From the Trenches of a World Cup - Rider Perspective
Thanks again for writing those amazing articles!!
mtl-trails cpendrel's article
May 6, 2016 at 7:38May 6, 2016
The BC Stage Race Experience: Talk and Tips - Rider's Perspective
Very cool write-up. Glad Pinkbike is having more of those these days.
Apr 28, 2016 at 8:19Apr 28, 2016
mtl-trails eveono's article
Apr 27, 2016 at 6:56Apr 27, 2016
Sea Otter Classic - Riders Perspective
Yes!! The column is back!! Glad to see you're at it again (racing and writing). Good luck for 2016.
mtl-trails vernonfelton's article
Apr 15, 2016 at 4:48Apr 15, 2016
Kona Carbon Hei Hei DL - First Look
That bike, and the Cannondale Habit SE, seem to be THE perfect bikes one really needs; I'm happy to see the pendulum swing back in favor of more "normal" bikes that are faster and better adapted to the real trails people ride in. I'm sorry, but most of the time (90%+ of the time) I simply don't need 150-160mm of travel; 120-130mm will be plenty, and I'll take the weight savings and more efficient geometry with fun factor included.
mtl-trails matariveros's article
Nov 23, 2015 at 7:03Nov 23, 2015
Just came back from 8 days of hiking in the Argentina side of Patagonia (El Chalafate en El Chalten) and it is a truly stunning landscape. The whole time I was just looking at the trails from a mountain biker's perspective, but they were all hiking-only. Plus, the GF is a beginner, so it would have been too overwhelming. Anyhow, the whole place is worth a visit, whether you bike, run or hike the area...just stunning.
mtl-trails mikekazimer's article
Aug 29, 2015 at 9:13Aug 29, 2015
First Look: Only What's Necessary Shoes, Spank Pedals and Wheels - Eurobike 2015
How many kind of flat pedals is Pinkbike going to report on? I mean...they all look 95% the same, have no technological advancement, provide very little advantage from one model to the next, and fewer people ride them now than ever...