We started our journey in Telluride, bikepacking a big loop to Silverton and then off the Colorado Trail and Continental Divide, ending our trip back in Silverton and hitching a ride back to Telluride. We quickly realized our trip through the mighty San Juans wasn’t going to be easy.
"What makes it so good? Big wheels, grippy tires, confidence-inspiring geometry, quality suspension parts, and well-tuned rear suspension. One tester returned the 5.5c to me after nearly 100 miles of riding. With wide eyes, he reported, 'This bike is ridiculous.' "
DEATHGRIP puts the defining style of Brendan Fairclough with the progressive filmmaking of Clay Porter, slamming them together into an in-your-face, non-stop onslaught of race-pace action set against Planet Earth scenery.
There are certain places all American mountain bikers have to get to at least once in their lives: Crested Butte, Moab, Sedona, to name only a few. Problem is, though, you do a single trip to any of these meccas, and you’ll soon realize once is not enough. Not even close.
The new Pivot Mach 5.5 is a brilliant combination of travel, wheel size, and geometry that provides an all around trail/enduro machine. It’s a bike that inspires you to climb while looking forward to the descents and that begs you to push your limits while putting a smile on your face.
ne of two signature events of the Roswell Cycling Festival week, the 4th Annual Big Creek Quick Six Enduro offers a unique format to those looking to give it a try.
Pinkbike had the pleasure of following Cody through this years’ Slalom event and got a window into the world of one of mountain biking’s fastest gated racers as he sought to reclaim his title in one of the most electric races on the calendar.