Dylan Lewis’ highly anticipated signature “Death Grip” frame from Mutiny is finally available! It comes in 21.3″, 21.6″ or 21.8″ top tube lengths, and features a tall 125mm heat treated offset thickness head tube to compliment those big boy sizes. A 13.7″ slammed rear end with half an inch of adjustment ensures you won’t loop out if you come in a little tail heavy, and 6mm dropouts with integrated chain tensioners keep your wheel right where you put it. Subtle graphics and small details like embossed Mutiny logos on the gussets and seatstay bridge bring the whole thing together to…
Colony has gone and given Anthony Napolitan a signature product in the way of these new Bio Mech handlebars. Two pieces of heat treated multi-butted chromoly tubing come together to form a set of bars with a rise of 8.9″, width of 29″, back sweep of 10.5° and up sweep of 2°. They’re available from Colony dealers worldwide in your choice of either black or chrome.
The woods of PA have been infested with international visitors for the better part of the last month or so. Dudes from Australia, Belgium, Holland, France, England, Brazil, and I’m sure a few countries I left out have all been passing through the trails Mecca that is Pennsylvania. This video I spotted over on Compression captures a good sampling of that international contingent as they enjoy the good trails, food and adult beverages native to the Keystone State.
Well this isn’t a bad way to start off the day! Our friends over at Wars of Flow went on a week long trails trip through the South of England hitting spots like Leatherhead, Brockham, Wisley and Hills & Mountains. Don’t worry, I’m jealous too! While I certainly hope to one day put some tracks down at those spots, for now living it through this edit they came back with will have to suffice.
Remember that Red Bull showcase on the Skalka Trails that Jiří Zouhar put together last month? Well, here’s the extended version of it that features about three times as much footage!
Come get rowdy down at the 9th Street Trails on the 29th and celebrate the monumental achievement of reaching 69 consecutive Halloween trail jams!
I don’t understand a single lick of Swedish but I still found this documentary piece that Alexander Gustavsson put together on Stefan Truedsson to be really captivating. Stefan is the driving force behind Kristianstad, Sweden’s Cape Trails, and though I may not know what exactly he’s saying in this, the passion that he has for the spot he’s built more than comes through.
The Bogey Trails have managed to grow quite the thriving scene in their two short years of legalized existence!
Though the video quality isn’t the best, this POV still gives you a really good look at what Martin, Matt and Chris have going on in the woods they call WoodWardle. Good luck finding your way through those lines without a local showing you the way first!
You are definitely blowing it if you missed Remy Morton’s United Kingdom edit the first go around! Here’s your chance to either make amends for missing it, or watch it again if you did already see it.