Take one of the steeziest freeride mountain bikers in history and pair him with the notoriously rowdy crew at Commencal, and crazy sh** is bound to go down. Andreu has been in this game longer than most, but he sure still knows how to throw down on everything from his DH bike to his moto. In his first video after switching teams to Commencal, we see Lacondeguy throwing down on his home trails and backyard jump track in Catalonia.
Ever seen a mountain bike and been like “yoooooo,” only to find out that you’ll probably never get to own one? Yeah, me too. The first time I saw an Unno bike in the wild, I had that exact reaction. Upon reading more into them, I learned that I’ll probably never be special enough to own one – the handmade frame alone costs nearly $6000, and they only make 50 bikes a year. But that’s ok, a boy can still dream. RELATED: Punch Through It - A Multi-Generational Ski Story The next best thing to
If you’re feeling a bit down these days cooped up inside on your own, Transition Bikes has some thoughts on how you can make the most of it. Right now is a great time to embrace that solitude and spend some quality time with a furry friend and taking it all in. That being said, we do urge you to recreate responsibly. It’s not the time to push your limits, rather, it’s the time to re-connect with the simple things in life and realize what makes things like riding bikes so special. RELATED: PSA
Isn’t it funny how some of the best mountain bike edits don’t have an inch of singletrack in sight? Add Japanese street trials star Tomomi Nishikubo’s latest edit to that list, occupied by deities like Danny Macaskill, Fabio Wibmer and Brandon Semenuk (ok, we’ll admit there’s usually some dirt involved when he’s around). Nishikubo takes his trail bike to the streets of Japan, and lets his riding do the talking, interpreting urban features like few have done before. RELATED: Punch Through