We’re always big fans of urban downhill racing, so we were pretty pumped to watch the POV from Tomas Slavik’s winning run at Bogota, Colombia’s Red Bull Monserrate Cerro Abajo race. Unlike most of the urban races we’ve seen that are more sprints than full-on courses, this one is a 5-minute descent through everything from the jungles high above all the way down into the city streets. It follows what might be the longest set of stairs to ever see two wheels.
Ratboy, Loose Dog and Co. definitely do a lot of their riding through trail and error. It’s clear that the mind-bendingly creative bike tricks we’ve come to love from 50to01 don’t always happen first try, and that’s totally okay, because watching some of these bails is nearly as good watching the stomps. RELATED: Stay STOKED - Your Guide to TGR's Best Content Without reveling in too much , here’s a look at what it takes to throw down on bikes big and small. Maybe it’ll give you some
With COVID-19 effectively putting the kibosh on spring skiing, it's time to start looking forward to bike season. It sucks to say, but drinking light beers with the gang while ripping lift-accessed slushy bumps just isn't going to happen this year. It's a tough pill to swallow, but the sooner we accept it, the better. RELATED: Stay Stoked- Your Guide to TGR's Best Content So, what's the biking equivalent of spring skiing? It's subjective, but if we had to choose an example, it would probably
Riding bikes through sloppy slick singletrack is as quintessential to the British as afternoon tea and biscuits. If Wales isn’t on your winter riding bucket list, just follow along with Manon Carpenter, Monet Adams, and Veronique Sandler in their quest to explore the region. They’ll sway your opinion. RELATED: Watch the Official ‘Accomplice’ Teaser Llangollen—pronounced LAN-GOTH-LUHN—is a Welsh mountain biking paradise. If you don’t mind getting a little muddy, then there's everything to