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Emmerson Wilken Goes Big

0 By on Thursday July 30 2015 in Exclusives

Emmerson Wilken may be layed-up with the injuries from his big crash last month (seen at the start of this clip), but he’d been busy up ’til then putting together a little showreel of his undoubted riding talent. Emmerson talks us through the project… A few months… More ›

EWS Round 5 Teaser: Crested Butte

0 By on Thursday July 30 2015

Crested Butte in Colorado is one of the best places I’ve ever ridden a mountain bike, and a cool little town to hang out in after the riding is done. The Enduro World Series racers are in for a treat this weekend when Round 5… More ›

NZCX Nationals Report and Video

0 By on Wednesday July 29 2015 in Exclusives, Racing

By Sophie Luther Dunedin’s weather didn’t let the Cyclocross National Championships down this weekend, it gave the riders exactly what they wanted, snow, mud, ice and slippery obstacles to suffer through. The 48 hardy Cyclocross riders battled it out for the National title over the… More ›

The Kiwis Ep 16: Queenstown – The Gnar

0 By on Wednesday July 29 2015

Welcome to Queenstown, the adventure capital of New Zealand, the Southern Hemisphere and quite possibly the world. The mountain biking opportunities down here are unbelievable. Once we had explored the ridiculously awesome, but oh so common, Rude Rock, Dreamtrack, Skyline Gondola, & Gorge Road with… More ›

Just Watch: Chris Akrigg – The Water Cycle

0 By on Tuesday July 28 2015

Another piece of Akrigg magic, there’s no point in trying to describe what this guy does, so just watch… A downhill romp from the top of the Brecon Beacons through South Wales all the way to the coast through streams, rivers, waterfalls, reservoirs and across… More ›


2 By on Monday July 27 2015 in Exclusives

Richie Goldsbury is one half of the semi-fictional character Bobby Goldsbury, as featured on the popular Spoke tee-shirt from a couple of years back. He’s also a mad tinkerer, inventor, builder and rider of his own bikes. Take a look at the methods he used… More ›