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Tea and Biscuits Captures The Essence of the British MTB Scene

From an outside standpoint, the core British mountain bike scene is about as ridiculous as it gets. Outrageous accents, loooooooose riding, a healthy dose of muck, and high-energy vibes are a good place to start. No wonder some of the best riders in the world come from the woods of the English countryside. In the end, the scene there is all about community and bringing together friends through a life lived on two wheels. Or in their terms: "Just some chaps out ridin' their bikes in the woods, and havin' a proper good laugh in the process!"

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Tea & Biscuits is a fresh look at what it means to be a mountain biker in the UK, and features some incredible riding by everyone from Kade Edwards, Bernard Kerr and Adam Brayton to local lads in the woods.

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This is A Stunning Look at Building One of The World’s Most Expensive MTBs
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This is A Stunning Look at Building One of The World’s Most Expensive MTBs

This is A Stunning Look at Building One of The World’s Most Expensive MTBs

Ever seen a mountain bike and been like “yoooooo,” only to find out that you’ll probably never get to own one? Yeah, me too. The first time I saw an Unno bike in the wild, I had that exact reaction. Upon reading more into them, I learned that I’ll probably never be special enough to own one – the handmade frame alone costs nearly $6000, and they only make 50 bikes a year. But that’s ok, a boy can still dream. RELATED: Punch Through It - A Multi-Generational Ski Story The next best thing to

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Transition Bikes Reminds Us How We Can Enjoy Our Solitude
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Transition Bikes Reminds Us How We Can Enjoy Our Solitude

Transition Bikes Reminds Us How We Can Enjoy Our Solitude

If you’re feeling a bit down these days cooped up inside on your own, Transition Bikes has some thoughts on how you can make the most of it. Right now is a great time to embrace that solitude and spend some quality time with a furry friend and taking it all in. That being said, we do urge you to recreate responsibly. It’s not the time to push your limits, rather, it’s the time to re-connect with the simple things in life and realize what makes things like riding bikes so special. RELATED: PSA

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MUST WATCH: Tomomi Nishikubo’s MTB Riding Will Blow Your Mind
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MUST WATCH: Tomomi Nishikubo’s MTB Riding Will Blow Your Mind

MUST WATCH: Tomomi Nishikubo’s MTB Riding Will Blow Your Mind

Isn’t it funny how some of the best mountain bike edits don’t have an inch of singletrack in sight? Add Japanese street trials star Tomomi Nishikubo’s latest edit to that list, occupied by deities like Danny Macaskill, Fabio Wibmer and Brandon Semenuk (ok, we’ll admit there’s usually some dirt involved when he’s around). Nishikubo takes his trail bike to the streets of Japan, and lets his riding do the talking, interpreting urban features like few have done before. RELATED: Punch Through