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You see these guys week in and week out at the races. Putting in lap after lap and hanging out, laughing in the pits. What you don’t see is the type of riding that most of us spend the majority of time doing. This is a web series that we created in collaboration with Freefrom […]
Wedged in between Toronto and Mississauga the Etobicoke Creek is a hidden gem in the middle of a vast urban environment. According to local lore these trails were originally carved out by motocross riders and 4×4’s in the 1970’s and likely got their start as game trails long before that. Today, the Etobicoke Creek trails […]
Clay Porter and John Lawlor document the career of one of our sports greatest legends, Sheffield native Steve Peat. Decades of archival footage, images and interviews from Steve’s life are masterfully edited in what will be one of the greatest mountain bike stories ever told. Peaty is a fan favourite and most of us have […]
In today’s market, we are always looking for a bike to fit our wants and needs. Constant changes brought on by the cycling industry sometimes make it hard to see the forest through the trees and make the right choice. On every group ride I have been on this year, two topics always come up. One is wheel size and the other is all-mountain; this new breed of bike that is capable of doing it all. I cannot speak for you, but I can bet these two topics have joined you for some of your rides as well. I have been most torn with what wheel size to choose. That was until the Opus Nelson 1 27.5”.
When it comes to making a great mountain bike edit, it takes more than just shooting your buddies on a piece of trail with your iPhone. It takes a great trail, great riders and great editing to make it work. And that’s exactly what Ben Reasbeck, Kyle Easby and Brian Hunt set out to do […]