The 2016 Singletrack 6 kicked off on the southeast side of Fernie in the Castle and Ridgemont trail networks. The stage started with TransRockies' traditional downtown roll-out before tackling the classic Hyperventilation climb and the enduro-style timed descent on Hyperextension. From there it was on to some more prime BC new trails: Kush, Kushier, and Kushiest.
Riders then headed back on the classic and super-flowy Coal Discovery trail, with one more climb up through Sidewinder, Eric’s and Kid’s Stuff. The day finished up with a challenging run down Hessian and Broken Hip into the finish at the Fernie Aquatic Centre.
Nestled in Crested Butte (CB) and the Gunnison Valley are a copious amount of singletrack mountain biking trails, in fact, the highest concentration you’ll find in North America. Out here there are 750 miles of trail to ride on, and the best part is the variety, which ranges from picturesque high alpine to desert riding. We’ve even kicked off our latest mountain biking film endeavor with director Ryan Gibb in the world-class riding destination. This network of trails is what makes Crested
Even though the Red Bull Rampage finals aren’t until next Friday, things are already in motion down in Virgin, Utah at the new competition venue. The athletes have begun the laborious process of creating their line. We’ll still have to wait a few more days before any of the action begins, but in the meantime, they have been busy keeping the world updated on the progress via social media. No surprise, there have already been hiccups and excitement along the way. RELATED: Get a sneak
A few months ago, the internet blew up with the news that Marzocchi was back in the mountain bike game with two new suspension forks, the Bomber Z1 trail fork and the Bomber 58 DH fork. Recently, we've seen it under riders like Tyler McCaul, Geoff Gulevich, and Kaylee Gibb, to name a few. To be honest, I have never ridden any of the old Marzocchi stuff, no original Bombers, no 888s, no Monsters, but I certainly understand their place in mountain biking lore. Back then, they broke ground by