Ride caught up with everyone’s favorite bicycle ninja, Mark Mulville at Woodward Tahoe for lesson on how to do pendulums. If some aerial ninjutsu is what tickles your fancy, then you’ll want to pay close attention to this!
Dem GT boys giving you your Ride BMX recommended trick fix at the Hoodrich Trails!
Another year of X Games, another year of shitty TV dirt coverage. Luckily Ride was in the stands filming the whole thing, so we can kind of fill in the blanks that the TV broadcast left out.
Head on over to Ride and peep Jeff Z’s photo gallery from last weekend’s Bangers and Mash Jam at the Stay Strong Compound. You can also check out the edit from the jam HERE if you missed it.
So X Games Dirt has made its triumphant return to US Soil. Dave King was in charge of building the course and I think he came up with a pretty good one. If you didn’t land decent on the second to last set you were pretty much ass out for the last one. There was a fair amount of panic pedaling going on and even more power cases. Nyquist cased so hard that he got ejected over his bars and all the way to the bottom of the landing. Even more impressive was Pat Casey’s 10/90 case. It wasn’t a…
Finally some good footage of the Burlington Bike Park! I had no idea that Toledo Joe was behind it. Interesting!
Say what! Trails gracing the cover of another magazine! This time it’s the latest issue of Ride, and Clint Reynolds is on the front of it cranking a 360 lookback (bars facing the correct way this time) at Catty. The photo is from Tree’s East Coast trip which you can read all about inside the mag. Congrats Clint!
I’ve been to a shit ton of dirt contest in my day but this one at Texas Toast has been the absolute best. You could actually feel the excitement and energy in the air as it was going down. Chris Childs came away with the well deserved win, and thank god he did because there would have probably been riots if he didn’t! You can check out the full results after the jump.
Here’s another Interbike Spotlight from Ride, this time with Clint Reynolds giving the lowdown on the Credence Turtleneck stem. Oh which by the way is available now! Keep your eyes and ears open because we have something cool in the works with S&M and the new Turtleneck!
Ride catches up with Mark Noble and he shows off Deluxe’s new USA made Welcome bars and PA USA frame. Having seen both of these first hand, I can attest to how good they really look! You can also check out some detail shots of the PA USA built up HERE.