Why is it that us humans seem to knock the successful, yet love the underdog? At first I thought this phenomenon was a bit of a British thing, but upon closer inspection it appears to be rife worldwide. It’s almost like we love to build people up just so that we can knock them down again. Isn’t it about time we gave some of our support to the winners too?
Holger Meyer and his crew go in search of giant mountains and endless singletrack descents in Italy’s amazing Aosta Valley.
Mike Jones found consistency in 2013 in the first ever Junior World Cup series, but he missed out on winning the series (after leading it) by just four points, but did manage to take two wins. For 2014 he steps–up to the senior category and takes up a position with Sam Hill and Joe Smith on the Chain Reaction/ Nukeproof team.
The bikes we ride and the trails that we ride them on are changing rapidly as technology and materials allow for lighter, more robust bikes made for Alpine mountain biking.
Doesn't it seem like an odd couple when you pair Brendan Fairclough with Brandon Semenuk for a movie segment and choose Fiji as the location...?
Dirt finds out more out about invisiFRAME, a company that makes customised bicycle frame protection. Each kit is individually tailored to specific makes, models and sizes of frames and even accessories including cranks or forks.
Biking will make you superhuman. You’ll be able to fly higher, move faster, conquer terrain that others won’t walk
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