A few years ago, Danny Macaskill introduced trials biking to the world, with a series of wildly innovative videos that left people wondering what the heck was possible on two wheels. Fast forward a few years, and Danny picked up an enduro bike and started bringing the same otherworldly moves to a mainstream bike audience.
Cannondale sure likes to cause a stir. After snagging Josh Bryceland and the 50to01 crew, the brand continues to pay homage to its maverick style with their latest downhill rig. Matt Simmonds has been coyly teasing the bike for the past few months, but finally, we get to see the full rig. It’s been confirmed that the bike has two shocks, which is different, to say the least. RELATED: Shifting Gears: Brooklyn Bell on Diversity in Action Sports The bike hasn’t been released to the public yet,
Timo Pritzel has been professionally riding mountain bikes for 35 years now. He's now embarking into a new chapter of his fruitful career as a parent to an energetic four-year-old. RELATED: Mother Hucker — Kaylee Gibb is a Backflipping Mom of Three He might not be backflipping his bike, but riding through the forests of Germany with his little one on his handlebars gives him the same joy. His edit reminds us that the fun doesn’t have to stop when you have kids, instead, just bring them along
Kilian Bron has an uncanny knack for finding the most unusual locations to ride his bike and making it work every single time. How about an active volcano, Bron? I mean, at least this time it's got dirt. RELATED: Kilian Bron Will Leave You on the Edge of Your Seat At first glance, the volcanic White Island in New Zealand with its sulfur pools and knife-edge ridges seems less than ideal for a leisurely bike ride. But yet again, Bron makes anything look like a good time.