A couple years back Grant Robinson, Jon Matlock and I put together a small magazine. We all needed an outlet for ideas, an aesthetic, and philosophy that wouldn’t fit anywhere else in mountain bike magazines. We didn’t really care to make a mountain bike magazine or even a mountain bike magazine. We produced one issue…
January looked like this. And incredible amount of fun and this video captures a lot of the vibe.
Here’s a few photos from the event where you only need one gear but having two livers would be nice.
I’m a nerd for the history and tales behind trails probably as much, if not more, than I am for riding them. So when Alison Taylor (the editor of Crank’d Magazine) asked me to write a story about the history of trail building in Whistler I jumped at the chance.
#159 is like the cookbook of how to make something of worth and truly rad. I feel like I was lifted off the ship and pulled put through the sky so I could look down upon the ship and see it as a tiny speck in the ocean, it’s relatively to it’s surroundings, where it has been and where it should go.
So, is racing, mountain biking and is mountain biking, racing? I’d agree with the former but the latter? That would require a few more qualifiers.
On one hand this is a fun little video about one guy’s amazing stag do. On the other hand it’s about friendships, celebrating a lifetime of friends and making every moment count.
It happened. I spoke too soon and one of the big dogs went down. Or should I say, got put down. Dirt was a leading light since the day it launched 18 years ago.