Finn Richardson is an inspiring kid. At 17 he suffered a fractured neck, but has not let that stop him living life to the absolute full. What a man.
Another cinematic masterpiece from Anthill Films. Return to Earth is about making the most of the current moments. Living in the now, and making the most of the time before us.
Return to Earth. The time is now.
A catalogue of mountain biking from NZ and overseas, lovingly put together for your perusal. Enjoy our latest offering, Issue 77.
The party train has made it to the final station in Queenstown.
Local knowledge proved crucial on the rough and rocky trails of Alexandra.
The smell of brake was in the air at Coronet Peak.
Wet weather and livestock struck on day two, adding a kiwi twist to a good days racing.
The mountains were calling, and riders got their fill.
The sun is shining and stoke is high for the fourth edition if the Trans NZ.
Riders faced a greasy and technical challenge at the Dodzy Memorial after rain came through the night before the race.
Jérôme Clementz and Pauline Dieffenthaler made a trip through the Alps to tackle the most iconic passes on MTB trails.
Riders from all over the south descended to Dunedin again today for the second round of the Dunedin Enduro series, to master the Mount (Cargill).
Welcome to Fast and Loose Friday, where we showcase YOU!!
Spoke Magazines intrepid reporter Rod Bardsley gets a coveted invite to fly to Europe and take on the Maritime Alps astride the all new Santa Cruz Nomad.
3 adventurers, a film-maker and a photographer set off on a 6 day, 300km unsupported journey wit just a pack raft and a bike each - epic is one word, puckering is another straight from the crew's mouth!
Fourth race in a row in wet and muddy conditions for the EWS racers - Nelson based Meg Bichard tells us all about it in her own words...
Justin relives a muddy Irish race and and intense crowd in this month's diary.....
Its pretty special to have a bike that is truly one of a kind - check out our web editor's Swarf Curve!