If steep, raw, and never-ending trails sound like your cup of tea when it comes to mountain biking, Oaxaca, Mexico is the place to be. Combine said trail riding with some of the most vibrant culture, amazing food and unique travel experiences you can get, and a trip to southern Mexico turns into a trip of a lifetime. Home to the Sierra Norte, a rugged mountain range with a unique network of shuttle-able mountain bike trails, and local guide Alvaro Gutierrez, Oaxaca is paradise for mountain bikers.
After a fairly unsuccessful attempt at imitating Danny McAskill's trials biking antics a few weeks ago, Brendan Fairclough is back for more. This time he's added a second vehicle to ride over, and is fully committed to riding over his chimney. RELATED: Check out the TGR Journal Vol. 1 After a month of biking on his roof, Brendog is clearly getting more comfortable up there, and his questionable carpentry skills seem to be improving as well. However, pride comes before the fall, which in this
Join Tom van Steenbergen, Kyle Norbraten, and James Doerfling on a tour of their Canadian homeland. The journey beings in southern British Columbia near the Fraser River Delta, and follows the river north towards the Sibola Range, a largely-unknown range in the province's far north. RELATED: Check out the TGR Journal Vol. 1 With rumors of big, steep mountains covered in red dirt filling their ears, the trio set out to pioneer what might be a new legendary MTB zone. As with any voyage of
Professional athletes are some of the most particular when it comes to choosing and using gear, and that’s no surprise given that their life often depends on it. Cam Zink certainly falls into the particularly picky category when it comes to choosing what goes into building his bikes, and he outlines exactly right here. While Zink might be best known for hucking huge airs aboard his YT Tues freeride bike, he’s also no stranger to putting down blistering times on race courses aboard a similar,