After finishing 4th at La Bresse France, Fabien Barel stood on the podium on his home country for the last time and made his official retirement announcement from the world cup downhill racing. That was in August 2011. Barel is … Continue reading Fabien Barel Speaks on Injury, Recovery, EWS, Tech, Development and more.
Mountain bikers can finally rejoice, summer is here. Along with that comes a host of pretty great riding festivals. North America’s mountain bike scene spreads far and wide, and definitely has it’s fair share of incredible riding. If you’re looking … Continue reading Top 5 North American MTB Festivals
“His name means ‘soldier’,” says Yaar Mahahammad, our translator. Yaar is talking about Askarkhan, a 13-year old boy who has been hefting rocks into the foundations of a new hut with the kind of ease that would put my own … Continue reading Between a rock and a hard place: the quest for Afghan singletrack
The Inca Avalanche Trail Festival; Six days of mountain biking in and around Peru’s Sacred Valley Text: Alfonso Garcia Photos: Carlos Diaz (Geo Cusco), Ali Goulet Luana Olivera waits to get her bike loaded up for another run The road … Continue reading The Inca Avalanche Trail Festival: Mountain Biking in and around Peru’s Sacred Valley
Whilst shooting at the European Enduro Series in Punta Ala with professional rider James Shirley, we happened upon a freshly cut unknown trail that we did a quick burn down. It was about 3 km in length and literally we … Continue reading [Trail Hunter] Trail 402: A Fresh Trail With Radon’s James Shirley