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.
The comfort food, the brimming hospitality, the lush rolling landscapes–these uniquely southern qualities lend themselves to both on- and off-bike enjoyment to the Nth degree. So forget tumbleweeds and think kudzu instead as you prepare for the ultimate southern mountain bike road trip.
Ibis' 120mm-travel Ripley 29er platform has been around for four years now, and in that time it has earned a rep as a sporty feeling, fun loving trail bike that's a good match for a rider who appreciates efficiency and near-telekinetic handling abilities. In that time, Ibis also offered a second version, the Ripley LS, with a longer reach and slacker steering compared to its OG predecessor, and now a new version of the Ripley LS is set to replace both models.
Golden, Colorado-based Yeti Cycles has always had a strong local identity, but its impact is felt throughout the cycling world. Following the launch of its game-changing Switch Infinity shock in 2014, the company has been growing so fast that the brand is looking for more factory space, yet again
We all know that coffee and mountain bike racing go together like ... well, coffee and mountain bike racing. We caught up with Loam Coffee Ambassador and Yeti mechanic Shaun Hughes who came off another successful Enduro World Series season wrenching for EWS champion Richie Rude as well as Cody Kelley. The questions we were dying to ask was what life was like on the road this past race season and of course where and how coffee was part of Shaun's routine.