Mind-blowing mountain bike edits don’t come to be without hours and hours of work. Planning, digging, waiting, shooting, re-shooting, and all the production work are all part of the game. And that’s not even the hard part – you still need to nail all your tricks for the camera. It's a tough game to create this stuff. Tyler McCaul just dropped Chapter 1 of a new self-produced series Handbuilt and it showcases not just his sick riding, but all the hard work that goes into each shoot. Keep an eye out for the next part, coming soon.
Timo Pritzel has been professionally riding mountain bikes for 35 years now. He's now embarking into a new chapter of his fruitful career as a parent to an energetic four-year-old. RELATED: Mother Hucker — Kaylee Gibb is a Backflipping Mom of Three He might not be backflipping his bike, but riding through the forests of Germany with his little one on his handlebars gives him the same joy. His edit reminds us that the fun doesn’t have to stop when you have kids, instead, just bring them along
Colorado sucks, you probably shouldn’t go there. High alpine biking, groves of shimmering aspens, and miles and miles of singletrack—sounds awful right? Jokes aside, Colorado is a remarkable place, with no shortage of things to keep you busy and Yeti’s latest visual masterpiece pays homage this bounty of outdoor recreation. RELATED: Colorado’s Best Backcountry Skiing Base Camp Celebrating their home tuff with a stacked list of locals—Nate Hills, Amanda Bell and Michael Larsen to name a
When someone like Remy Metailler calls a trail “the best jump line he’s ever ridden,” you typically don’t mess with it. But leave it to Whistler Bike Park trail crew supervisor Peter Matthews to improve upon perfection. After a bit of a hiatus, Whistler's Dirt Merchant trail is about to re-open with a new jump line near the bottom, filled with more big jumps, rollers, and massive berms for your railing pleasure. RELATED: Casey Brown Wins Crankworx Innsbruck Whip-Off Follow Metailler and