On the Eve of America's Biggest ’Cross Season, Proctor Looks Behind the Stare Is their vacancy or fury behind the eyes of a cyclocross competitor? As Geoff Proctor learned by watching cyclocross' greats compete in the world's biggest events, there was something almost tangible that differentiated the sport's supreme from the rest: a determination that—while it can be fleeting—is indomitable.
Looking for Some Fresh Singletrack in Colorado? This Book will Help!
If you’re like me and enjoy riding new trails in new places, it is necessary to do a good amount of research before setting out on the open road in search of singletrack.
Paris-Roubaix: The Past Inspires Greatness
When the peloton leaves the capital and heads north, it traverses the industrial suburbs where smokestacks abound. But it's Sunday and no one's working today: “Pass in peace gentleman, you have enough to deal with in Hell...
The cover of this pocket-sized publication states, “Boneshaker is a practical bicyclist’s handbook and a basic field and street manual for utilitarian cycling.” But it’s not a handbook in the classical sense.
Reviewed by Dave Sheldon As the snow piles up outside and the winter doldrums set in, it’s essential to find a little two-wheeled inspiration. The fat tire video ROAM supplies just that and more, as its adrenaline tapping footage left me dry mounted, red eyed, and craving more…
Written by Troy Rarick and Anne Keller Sixth Edition? Has it really been that many? Has it really been that long since we all started blasting into Fruita for sun, singletrack and desert delinquency? Yup.
A collection of singletrack mountain bike trails based out of Gallup, New Mexico.
By Steinar Smith
Yatahey – The Navajo word for hello.
Yataho – Get on your bike and go!
Reviewed by Dave Sheldon
If you’re looking to reminisce about the early days of fat tired riding, or simply want to gain an understanding of where and how mountain biking started, pick yourself up a copy of “Specialized Stumpjumper: 25 years of Mountain Biking.”