Turns out, comedian Katie Burrell does more than just ski, she’s a biker too. She’s no Micayla Gatto or Casey Brown, but a rider that's actually relatable. You know, the kind that’s super sick like Brandon Semenuk but still manages to always finish last. To be fair, it’s cause she’s modest and was too busy clearing the trail for you and saving a baby deer from a grizzly bear. You’re welcome.
In all seriousness, I hope this means there’s a Dream Job 2 in the works where she instead follows around mountain biking’s best female riders. One can dream, right?
A clean bike is a happy bike. Max Ritter photo. There’s just something about a clean bike that makes you want to ride faster and push harder on the trail. Maybe it’s a placebo, or maybe it’s the fact that a clean bike typically means everything is working well, your drivetrain isn’t creaking, and your suspension is as active as it can be. Even if you only ride in dry conditions, cleaning your bike frequently will keep it happy and make all those expensive parts work better and last
While one of mountain biking’s most infamous races – the legendary MegaAvalanche – did not take place this summer, organizers couldn’t resist giving racers a chance to bomb down the mountainside at Alpe D’Huez in a mass-start race. Things were a little different this year, but looked just as rowdy as ever, with lots of carnage and pile-up crashes throughout the day. I mean, come on, what’s there not to like about blasting euro techno at the start line while you and 50 other riders all-out
It's pretty normal for professional athletes to wear many hats, and racer Alex Pavon is a perfect example of a multi-faceted athlete. On top of racing on the EWS, Pavon works in the emergency room, manages Juliana Bicycle’s social media, and is going to school for nursing. Talk about a full schedule. RELATED: Watch the Official Trailer for 'Accomplice' However, regardless of what she’s doing, Pavon always tries to spread positivity. Recently, she sat down with the team at Wheelie