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…
I headed to sunny Sedona, AZ for this month’s Patreon tutorial. Here are my top tips for riding Sedona, AZ like a pro!
THIS IS LOCAL LOAM Community. The Central American community. The enduro community. While a few days is nowhere near enough time to really understand a new culture, that one theme kept coming up during our trip to Costa Rica. Just how did this overriding sense of community grab me, you ask? I had never been…
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.
A sunset #followcamfriday video through Mescal trail in Sedona, AZ
New Ibis Bicycles release: the Ripmo AF. An aluminum version of the Ripmo 145.
The trails has a great penchant for being treacherous in both the dusty summer conditions as well as in the greased lighting winter rains.
A Galbraith mountain classic, Unemployment Line trail is an amazingly flowy sequence of perfectly built jumps. A true MTB flow trail!