Knolly Bikes | Widens The Gap To 157 Trail Spacing

Knolly Bikes | Widens The Gap To 157 Trail Spacing:

Knolly Bikes moves to 157Trail spacing starting with the new Fugitive. 29er or 27.5+ to pick your poison. No e-bikes here! Just awesome riding bikes!

RIDESTOKE | The Mountain Bike Stoke Collective

RIDESTOKE | The Mountain Bike Stoke Collective:

The Ridestoke collective was founded by two friends after several years of riding together, and many of post ride gatherings. Having worked in the technology field for several years it became clear we were both suffering from burnout. We wanted something more. We needed to relight the fire by turning our passion for riding into something that others could enjoy and share. What better way to do this than to create an online collective where riders from all over the world can share the same riding passion we have. Having ridden anything with wheels from just about the time we could walk, we are still just as passionate about riding today. Whether it’s shredding single track, digging and riding pump track, trials or the DH park it’s a part of us and who we are. Riding is engrained in us to the point it’s no longer just exercise – it’s a lifestyle, stress reliever and community. Riding has taken us to far off places and areas of disconnect where others don’t frequent. It has built friendships and bonds that will last a lifetime. We really hope that you share the same passion for riding that we have and continue to share that stoke. It doesn’t matter if you are a beginner or have been shredding for years. When the turning wheels put a grin from ear to ear – that’s the ridestoke.

Remember wherever you go…Enjoy the ride!

Transition Bicycle Company 2018 Carbon Smuggler

Transition Bicycle Company 2018 Carbon Smuggler:

The Transition Carbon Smuggler has landed. Clean lines and Speed Balance Geometry to get rowdy on!

Roads I’d like to ride: Shafer Road in the Canyonlands National…

Roads I’d like to ride: Shafer Road in the Canyonlands National Park captured by Adam Koble and entered into the Mark Gunter Photographer of the Year Awards