Yes, we all have our tumbles. As you all know, I’m certainly no exception! Ever notice that PNW logo on my handlebars? No, I’m not repping my locale that hard- or wait, maybe I am- but that’s actually a company that my friend Aaron runs! PNW Components makes some high end controls, including bars, stems,…
Over the past few weeks things have been changing faster than ever. Anyone who rides their bike aggressively has had a tumble or two. In the past six months, I’ve had a healthy dose of crashes. Luckily I’ve been able to avoid significant injury on most of those. I fully believe that a big part…
Texas, the second largest US state, has less than 4% publicly accessible land. This creates a substantial challenge for mountain bikers. But we’re nothing if not a determined and crafty group and we’ve found a few unique ways to shred Texas on two knobby tires.
The riding in the San Gabriel mountain range in LA is unbelievable! We rode up to Mount Lukens- the highest point in LA at 5’066 ft. This edit is a favorite from a bit back, and this bike is still a favorite of mine- and many others- today.
Tucson has been all over the mountain biking media as of late. Nearly every major outlet has posted content from the area. During my own Tucson pilgrimage in December 2018, I saw for myself just what makes this riding so special.
Trying out the new Ibis Mojo HD5 on Boogieman trail in the North Shore
A sunset #followcamfriday video through Mescal trail in Sedona, AZ
New Ibis Bicycles release: the Ripmo AF. An aluminum version of the Ripmo 145.
I traveled to talk with local mountain bikers in Kamloops, B.C. to discuss trial advocacy in the area.
Special thanks to Martín Hanzlík and Jansen Colberg for covering our travel and lodging on this! Support Cabo Rojo Bike and Hike Trails Association! Every now and then, unique opportunities to visit special, far-off riding destinations pop into my inbox. Despite my jet-setting ambitions, most of them are beyond my time and budget constraints. But…