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Mobbin’ in BC

Mobbin' in BC Story and Video by Tommy Caldwell When we got an email from Tom Caldwell, better known as TommyCInsta asking if we wanted to partner up for an upcoming video project we were all ears. We’ve long been fans of the old school British video style, fish eyes, [...]

Review: Kitsbow Adjustable Short V4

Kitsbow Adjustable Short V4 The Everyday Short Words & Photos by Sourpatch A couple months ago, we reviewed Kitsbow’s Merino Ride tee and are happy follow that up with their Adjustable Short V4 We usually prefer to review shorts and tops as a complete kit, but due to timing and [...]

Pedals & Petrol: Prospectors of Adventure

PEDALS & PETROL Prospectors of Adventure Words by Drew Rohde | Photos & Video by Samson "Rides with Wind" Hatae If you’ve been following us for a while you may remember our Bikes on Bikes story last year. We rode from Bend, OR to Sturgis for the Harley rally before [...]

Review: Marzocchi Transfer Dropper Post

Marzocchi Transfer Dropper Post Words & Photos by Rob Dunnet It’s been 20 years since Marzocchi first made a splash in the mountain bike world with their Z1 fork. Since then the brand has had some major ups and downs, going through the hands of different owners who have all [...]

Review: POC Coron Air Spin Helmet

POC Coron Air Spin Helmet Words by Chili Dog | Photos by Andrew Lee POC has always had an incredibly clean, minimalist design aesthetic and the Coron is no exception to that ethos. In fact, it’s that minimalist design that actually caught our attention back at Sea Otter when we first saw [...]

Crankbrothers Synthesis – MTB’s First Tuned Wheel System

Crankbrothers Synthesis Mountain Bike's First Tuned Wheel System WHAT IS SYNTHESIS? A tuned and optimized front and rear specific carbon wheel system that addresses the specific performance requirements and loads of mountain bike riding. A compliant tuned front wheel to enhance control and handling characteristics through increased dampening while maintaining [...]

Review: Deity Knuckleduster Grips

Deity Knuckledusters Words by Seve Mustone & Drew Rohde Photos By Seve Mustone As mountain bikers, we often think of the most expensive pieces of equipment as those that will make the biggest difference on our rides. For that reason, we overlook our grips and throw whatever chewed up, three [...]

Review: Starling Cycles Murmur

Starling Cycles Murmur Words by Robert Johnston | Photos Jonathan L Dawson | Video Adam Mcguire Starling Cycles, one of numerous “steel is real” proponents emerging in the UK market right now, was kind enough to lend us a long term tester to see just how real his steel is. [...]

YT Mob Log – Entry #6.16: Lamp Shades & Life Lessons

YT Mob Log: Entry #6.18 Lamp Shades & Life Lessons with John Hall Words by John Hall | Photos by Isac Paddock Column Sponsored by Fox I’m back again for another Loam Wolf installment! Luckily there’s no shortage of things to talk about recently. It seems that I always [...]

Interbike Day 2 Recap

Interbike 2018 Day Two Recap Back to grind we set out for Day 2 of the indoor show here in Reno, Nevada. Check out some of our favorites from the day. Maxima Bike Line We spent quite some time geeking out with the Maxima guys discussing how important those invisible [...]