A road trip throughout the wild west is a rite of passage. Nothing beats long days on the road and seeing America’s natural gems like Old Faithful. Tanner Stephens and friends decided to give the old west adventure a try, but did things a bit differently. Instead of looking for bison and geysers, they were in search of singletrack. From Whitefish, Montana, to Teton Pass in Jackson, they certainly found what they were looking for on this trip.
Fresh off a win at Rampage, Brandon Semenuk clearly isn't one to rest on his laurels. He just released , the third and final installment in The ACT Series produced by Revel Co., a collaboration between filmmaker Rupert Walker and athlete Brandon Semenuk. RELATED: Brandon Semenuk Goes Mountain Biking This installment features Semenuk shredding big mountain lines in Utah and flowy trails in Colorado and/or British Columbia, at least based on our knowledge of states and biomes. The subtle
Parents teaching their kids how to ride a bike is one of the classic tropes of American culture, and for good reason. Bikes are a perfect toy for kids—they foster independence, provide a fun avenue for exercise, and teach groms that it's worth getting back in the saddle even after a fall. And as is often said, you never forget how to do it, so the initial investment of time pays lifelong dividends. RELATED: Explore Denmark through BMW with Kriss Kyle Cam McCaul is a great example of a
It certainly wouldn’t be a stretch to call Red Bull Rampage 2019 one of the best mountain bike contests ever. Riders put down some of the heaviest runs we’ve ever seen, tossing bigger more technical tricks than ever before, all while carving lines down one of the least bike-friendly venues in the world. Of course, it’s one thing to watch the thing on TV or from the base area, but it’s something else entirely to watch the rider’s perspective as they piece their lines together down the