There are so many awesome bike riding options around Salt Lake City, Utah and this past season I was able to shoot a variety of terrain with Sasha Yakovleff. We spent a lot of time over the last 8 months building new features in the woods and searching for unridden freeride lines right in our backyard. It's easy to feel spoiled living in the Wasatch during the summer with all the fun trails, bike parks and freeride terrain that is right out the back door.
From Rocky Mountain to Scott to Norco to BMC, we bring you 42 of the most anticipated mountain bikes for the 2016 season, shot on the floor of the Interbike 2015 tradeshow. Be sure to check out all our coverage from the show, including individual brand previews and first impressions of next year's newsworthy rides.
Biking from Denver to Durango on The Colorado Trail is no easy feat. Its highest point is 13,271 feet above sea level and most of the already-challenging trail is above 10,000 feet. With detours, it took buddies Connor Johnson, Blake Finnerty and Paul Wirth 12 days to cover the slightly over 500 miles they calculated. Sound like your kind of fun? RELATED: The Three (And A Half) Types of Fun, Explained TGR caught up with Connor to hear more about the trip, know the stories behind his
Beyond the actual bikes, there were a ton of brands at Interbike hawking components and accesories–everything from goggles to carbon wheels to shark fin-shaped saddles to kneepads and dropper post. This is a wide swath of what we were able to see in just two days on the Interbike 2015 show floor–be sure to check out the individual brand interviews to get more detail about almost all the products in the gallery.