Some may say mountain biking is an art form, painting lines through beautiful landscapes. Sarah Uhl, a professional mountain biker and artist, draws inspiration from riding her bike all over the world to create her art. Whether it’s ripping high-alpine singletrack, or weaving through Crested Butte’s golden aspen groves in early autumn, Sarah harnesses the flow she finds on the trail and channels it into her creative work.
Ever heard of slopestyle mountain biker Matt Jones? Well, now you have. Jones, a young English rider is well on his way to give big names like Semenuk and Genon a run for their money. His new short film, Frames of Mind, looks into his mind as he visualizes and then executes next-level tricks, most of these don't even have names. See for yourself, this is creativity at its finest.
It’s no secret that to sustain a career as professional skier, you have to put in the off-season training hours. That doesn't just mean going to South America for a few weeks or riding your bike once the trails dry up, but it means hitting the gym and using every chance you can get to gain strength for the winter. Scott multisport athlete Dane Tudor spends much of his winter on huge backcountry ski missions with the TGR crew, but his off-season is anything but “off”. He is busy putting in
Woodward Tahoe is much more than just an indoor training park; with the new facility featuring creatively built mountain bike trails. Greg Watts is the kind of rider who keeps pushing his limits, refusing to be left obsolete in the ever-changing world of mountain biking these days. Back in 2008, he was the first to land a double backflip on a bike in competition, but did not let that define his career. Since then, he has been busy crushing all disciplines of riding, and exploring riding