Graham Agassiz is back in his hometown of Kamloops and eager to hit the infamous Bike Ranch. But before he can get pedaling, he’s in need of a partner to ride with. Who better than Max, a local 8-year-old grom who has no shortage of tips and tricks for the legendary freerider. Their little jaunt through the bike park is shreducation at its finest. We’re just not sure out of the two who’s the mentee and who’s the mentor.
Big news from the mountain bike world as SRAM released a long-awaited wireless drivetrain and dropper seatpost. The new Eagle AXS system is based off their existing 12-speed mountain bike drivetrain, but nixes shift cables for a wireless system. Additionally, their new Reverb AXS seatpost utilizes a similar wireless system to actuate the hydraulic internals. RELATED: What Goes into the Trans-Cascadia MTB Race? Why bother messing with a system that has worked for decades, you may ask?
It might be the middle of winter, but watching GT Bike’s freshest rider Tom Isted go HAM on this jump trail is certainly not boring. With trail bikes these days, the possibilities are endless, and we’re no stranger to seeing DH-sized hucks on little bikes. However, Isted infuses some serious style into this hectic run set to a classic track. Talk about going friggin’ huge! RELATED: Riding Captain Ahab Like You've Never Seen Before Check out more from the young
When Brandon Semenuk dropped into his custom-built line for TGR and Anthill Production’s 2015 mountain bike film unReal, he did not expect it would become one of the most-viewed mountain bike segments ever. Semenuk would go on to produce other mind-bending riding segments showcasing his creativity and Jedi-like bike handling skills, but this one was special. RELATED: Check out Adolf Silva's Insane Save from Darkfest 2019 The crux for this particular unReal segment was that it was all shot in