If you’ve ever met Luna, you’d get it. Equal parts shop dog, trail assassin, and land shark, Luna lives for the good things in life - endless singletrack, a good meal, and stick. I mean, let’s be real, don’t we all? Presented by Bikologi.
Watching the pros run practice laps on World Cup DH courses is always mind blowing, since they’re nowhere near race pace and are still going much faster than most of us ever will. Imagine having the ability to do that? Must be fun. With more World Cup DH racing coming your way this weekend, Gee Atherton provides the goods with a course preview of the track in Maribor, Slovenia. It’s a good mix of high-speed and steep roots with lots of technical gaps. With some rain in the forecast for race
It seems like kids these days keep sending it bigger and bigger. This group of groms known as the Outlaw Bike Team certainly proves that. These kids are not only pushing themselves on bikes but their team also values leadership, teamwork, and education. Based all over the Salt Lake City area, these kids are already riding better than many of us even dream of. Their first full edit not only showcases the amount of talent in this group, but also some excellent dance moves and fancy cars.
Jesse Melamed certainly had one of the most action-packed race seasons of any mountain bike athlete this year. With two EWS wins and a claim to the #1 number plate, he returned home to Canada on a total high. Of course, traveling internationally meant two full weeks of quarantine with his housemates (also EWS racers), which must have felt like forever. But lucky for them, that quarantine lined up with closing day at the Whistler Bike Park, where it was all about party laps with the friends to