With so much attention put on racing and competitions, good old-fashioned riding your bikes with your friends sometimes goes overlooked. Well that’s exactly what Adolf Silva, Ben Deakin, and Joel Anderson set out to do in South Africa. The crew hit a handful of classic jump and freeride spots in the area, testing the limits of their trailbikes and creativity, and things got really rowdy, really fast. Check out the session at the infamous Night Harvest jump jam. Adolf Silva has some moves!
There’s a new player in the bike industry, and it’s a rather familiar but unexpected name: Walmart. Technically, their new hardtail is being sold online through the brand known as Viathon, but it's still owned by Walmart. The retailer's move into the high-end bike market shouldn't come as a huge surprise considering last year's expansion into selling outdoor goods. RELATED: Nico Vink on the Evolution of Freeride Walmart's heirs, the Walton brothers, are also huge cycling fanatics. Just
We've got something big in the works...a brand new TGR mountain bike film directed by Ryan Gibb, co-director of the groundbreaking film Life Cycles - coming Spring 2020. This our latest feature-length mountain biking film since releasing UnReal with Anthill Films in 2015. RELATED: Nico Vink on the Evolution of Freeride Stay tuned!
Sam Pilgrim is known for getting rad on two wheels, and has even gotten pretty rowdy on a tricycle. Now, he's upping the ante with a quad. Pilgrim explores the bike's capabilities in a variety of disciplines, including urban downhilling, wheelie-ing, skatepark, and drifting. Despite its somewhat-unwieldy appearance, the quad performs surprisingly well. Related: Ripping Around on an Electric Ski-Fatbike It's hard to imagine how Pilgrim can increase the degree of wheelage from here, but