Winter is over, springtime is here, and the riding season is just around the corner. Fan favorite Fab Barel can feel it too, so he’s dusting off the bike for a new season of Fab Barel Presents. Spanning 4 episodes, … Continue reading →
In this episode of Life Behind Bars (Season 2 Episode 10) Kenny Smith, Robbie Bourdon, Thomas Genon, and Yannick Granieri join Semenuk as they resurrect a section from NWD 10 with the help of Intern despite being a bit preoccupied. … Continue reading →
A while back we posted a short guide of sorts for people looking for pieces and parts to build/upgrade their one bike solutions. We’ve updated the list so check it out if you’re in the market for some new parts.
2009 was an exciting year. We took a look at a lot of different products, traveled to events, covered breaking news, and debuted our first electronic magazine. Check inside to see some of our most popular articles from 2009.
2008 Intense M6 FRO Intense is long known for creating high performance downhill bikes. This year they introduced the M6 to replace the M3 as their flagship downhill machine. We built up one to test for ourselves and see how … Continue reading →
Bike Build: 2008 Intense Socom The last 4 pages of the build article are published now. We hope you enjoy the article and hopefully was worth the wait. Let us know what you think. The full Socom review will be … Continue reading →
Bike Build: 2008 Intense Socom In 2007 Intense shook the downhill industry up a bit with their Socom. The Socom was the love child of a 6.6 and the Uzzi. A lightweight downhill frame by a manufacturer known for creating … Continue reading →
Earlier last winter we put together a mobile tool kit and thought it’d be appropiate to show it off again.Â Whether itâ€™s at a race, on the trail, or riding around the local spot youâ€™ve probably had something break or … Continue reading →
Today concludes our coverage on our proof of concept “Do-It-All” bike. I have published the last pages of the article which include part weights, full bike photos, build issues and conclusion. The gallery has been fully updated with all of … Continue reading →
We are continuing our coverage on our proof of concept “Do-It-All” bike. Today the brake and cockpit choices are made available by clicking the link below. [more] [discuss] Previous Coverage “Do-It-All” Bike Build Guide
We are continuing our coverage on our proof of concept “Do-It-All” bike. Today the drivetrain choices are made available by clicking the link below. [more] [discuss] Previous Coverage “Do-It-All” Bike Build Guide
We are continuing our coverage on our proof of concept “Do-It-All” bike. Today the wheel and tire choices are made available by clicking the link below. [more] [discuss] Previous Coverage “Do-It-All” Bike Build Guide
Last week we released our “Do-It-All” Bike Build Guide. It was developed as a tool for those looking to build a good all around bike. This week a Proof of Concept article will be published each day chronicling the choices … Continue reading →
We’ve written up a guide for all those riders striving to create a “do-it-all” bike. The guide should help those who are researching this type of build or are looking for all around solid parts for their bike. We hope … Continue reading →
Dirt Rag put up a little Microbyte article on disc alignment and the tools that can be used to fix problems. Those of us that have ever took a good spill or got a little squirrelly in a rock garden … Continue reading →
Whether it’s at a race, on the trail, or riding around the local spot you’ve probably had something break or work loose on your ride. Wouldn’t it be nice to have the confidence that you’ll be prepared to repair the … Continue reading →