Mountain Biking from 17,000 Feet to the Ocean With Eric Porter
For centuries, ice merchants retrieved this ice from glaciers on the mountain and sold it at local markets. In homage to this tradition, mountain biker Eric Porter and photographer Mason Mashon rode with their own collection of this glacial ice all the way to the ocean 17,000 feet below.
Eliot Jackson Makes Jumping Gaps Look Easy
Eliot Jackson's key to success? Pull over and scout the options.
Why Rider Tandie Bailey was Drawn to Mountain Biking in Northwest Arkansas
The mountain biking community in Bentonville is stellar and growing quickly. Within that community is a rad rider named Tandie Bailey.
Behind the Lens of Photographer Alex Strohl
Fed up with the routine photographs he was taking, photographer Alex Strohl set off with his friend Isaac Johnston for a trip to Alaska.
The 13 Best Gifts for Cyclists
From water bottles to pumps to great coffee, there’s something here for anyone who likes to ride bikes
One Perfect Thing: Gore Bike Wear Alp-X Insulated Vest
There's no better piece of insulation for winter riding
Meet the Hunting Company Making Our Favorite Backcountry Gear
First Lite, a small apparel operation out of Ketchum, Idaho, is one of a growing number of crossover designers producing gear that works equally well for riding, skiing, hiking, and hunting
Pro Mountain Biker Ryan Howard Showing Off What Arkansas' Trails Have to Offer
Just in time for fall, rider Ryan Howard shreds the impeccable terrain of the Ozark Mountains.
An Overland Expedition Celebrating Oregon's Public Lands
Filmmaker Octave Zangs was deeply troubled political developments threatening Oregon's public lands. He decided to highlight it's value in making this film Our Land.
Cycling Toward Recovery
This year’s Dirty Dozen will raise money for Danny Chew, the event’s longtime coordinator and guiding spirit, after a bike accident left him paralyzed
Danny Chew Won't Let Paralysis Keep Him From Riding 1,000,000 Miles
Cyclist Danny Chew was 783,000 miles into his quest to ride one million miles when he was paralyzed in a bike accident. Now he's determined to finish the job on a hand cycle—and his friends at Pittsburgh's Dirty Dozen race are banding together to help him reach his dream.
High Country Autumn Mountain Biking in Durango
Before the Aspen colors were gone, Brandon Mathis and Terrance Siemon took off on a 28-degree morning to capture this video, 'High Country Trailblazing'.
Biking Across Wyoming's Great Basin
In Wyoming's Great Red Desert lies a stretch known as the Great Basin. In this video, Brigham and Hawkins trek out in these harsh conditions to conquer the trail.