Poll: Plastic Fantastic Or Woven Woe?

Compared to roadies, mountain bikers generally seem pretty comfortable with change and innovation. We are progressive types after all right? To be fair, our sport is a lot newer than the crusty old world of road cycling, where history and tradition create all kinds of…

9 Bikes Stolen From Pace Cycles

We’ve just heard the word from a bird about nine stolen mountain bikes from Pace Cycles as of yesterday. From initial reports, Pace Cycles was broken into during the wee hours of the 16th of January, with a number of stock and customer-owned bikes being…

WTF: The HoverSeat

While yesterday may have been known as Blue Monday, this is also a significant time of year for many families going through the aftermath of the Christmas and New Year holiday period. All of the brand new GoPro’s, drone copters and foot spas have had…

Be Like Bergur

I first met Bergur a couple years ago in my travels to Iceland. Born and bred Icelander, this dude gets after it. He is one of the few people who humor my “bad ideas”, then tops them with his own. Be Like Bergur→ The post…

Event Spotlight – Big Fat Race – 1/22/17

Up North in the Chequamegon National Forest, there’s a race coming up that sez it’s a different kind of race. You can click the race flyer to go to the event web page or click HERE to go directly to register for the event. If…

Anne-Caroline Chausson Returns To Commencal

There is no denying it, Anne-Caro is a dead set legend of mountain biking. The Frenchwoman has more victories to her name than we could possibly list in this story, but just to jog your memory, here are the big ones; 13 x UCI Downhill…

Riding back to happiness

A few months ago I got into a bit of a rut. Not an all consuming black cloud rut. Just your typical too much work, not enough sleep kind of overcast feeling. Normally when I start to feel like this I self medicate with a…

‘Rōnin’ Honda CB200 – Minority Custom Motorcycles

In ancient feudal Japan, a rōnin (or in Japanese, 浪人 – literally meaning ‘wave man’) was a samurai warrior with no master. A samurai usually became ‘masterless’ from the death of his master, or after the loss of his master’s trust. Thus he would be…

Up In The Tower

Since we’re one of the few remaining bike magazines out there that is not owned by a faceless corporation but instead is run by some real people who ride bikes, we thought we’d give you a peek behind the scenes here at Singletrack Towers. First…