Dissatisfied with the plateau in his riding, mountain biker Patrick 'Bengel' Rasche looks toward Kamchatka, Russia's looming volcanoes for inspiration.
From filmmaker Ben Page, The Frozen Road chronicles the Canadian Arctic segment of his bike ride around the world.
From women’s collective And She’s Dope Too and Backcountry.com, Moksha highlights a group of mountain bikers in Nepal who want to grow the number of women in the sport.
From Wildland Media, Beyond Trails in the Atacama follows mountain biker Lorraine Blancher on a cycling trip through the Andes.
Ash Smith is the founder and race director of Trans Provence, an adventure bike race in the French Alps. Itinerology: The Workspace, from filmmaker Sam Needham, follows Smith as he tries to develop a technical, stunning, and rigorous course through France’s alpine landscapes.
Vanmoof Bike Company has a policy: if your bike is lost or stolen, they will either hunt it down for you or replace it for free. How? Each bike from Vanmoof has GPS technology, which allows a dedicated team to track down its location. In Bike Hunters: The One That Got Away, two of the company's bike hunters head to Casablanca to close a year-long case.
From Tyax Adventures, Switchback Entertainment, and MBTA, and Norco Bicylces, Respect takes a critical look at backcountry mountain biking.
From filmmaker Kevin Winzeler and ENVE Composites, The Whole Enchilada follows rider Luke Strobel as he descends the 8,000 feet of vertical on the infamous trail.
With new technologies to keep their singletrack in perfect condition through the winter, it's no wonder this wild sport is catching on.
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