Many of us don’t have trails on our doorstep and we’ve had to find new ways to get our riding fix during lockdown. Wahoo Shred Sesison is one such option.…
Love is a beautiful thing, but this February 14th we're sacking off the romance and hitting the trails instead – and here’s why you should too.
It's too easy to get stuck in a rut and ride the same trails, so in an effort to shake things up we discard our smartphones and put our faith…
As it's Thanksgiving (yes, we know it's American) here are the things we're thankful for in mountain biking this year.
What is it about mountain bikers that make them so infernally flakey? Here’s what to say when your friends try to squirm out of a winter ride.
The landscape in this Raw 100 may be reminiscent of Red Bull Rampage but inventive lines transform it into a slopestyle playground.
Where: Abandoned dog food factory, Yorkshire. Who: Chris Akrigg. When: February 2008. Photo: Victor Lucas.
This month's star letter ponders why Trails For Wales has taken so long to happen?
How much armour should you wear? Will wearing it really reduce the frequency or severity of injuries, or needlessly hamper your movements?
Three bike garage. This is where our favourite people pick their ultimate bike stable. This month’s are chosen by Richey Schley, freeride pioneer.
If you’re dreaming of turning your summer holiday into some quality time with your mountain bike, then Morzine is the place to go.
Saracen Traverse 29er sports a modest 100mm rear travel via a pivotless ‘Flex Stay’ carbon rear triangle, this combined with an aluminium front triangle.
We caught up with Joe honing his skills and asked for some top tips for riders trying to get the most out of bike time, whatever their expertise.
FlyUp 417 will take your riding to cruising altitude. Trent Sr and Jr head across to Gloucestershire to experience this grassroots facility first hand.
This month's Star Letter wonders if the whole Plus tyre idea was just a marketing ploy..?
Here’s what we’re excited about most this month. Tight pants, 21st century riding gauntlets and the sexiest bike rack of all time.
Italy’s Piedmont region is a mountain biking paradise is the perfect holiday destination for those looking for a wild ride, be it natural or man-made.
There has been one consistent thread throughout the past decade or so of downhill racing though: the domination of Rachel Atherton.
Ignore the overheated headlines proclaiming tourist overload, the Scottish islands still offer the perfect mountain biking getaway.
Do downhill riders hide their thrills? Why do their emotions seem to go downhill just as fast as they do? A new case study has some answers.