Rapid Escape

Horseshoe Bay > Earls Cove > Saltery Bay > Powell River > Comox > Nanaimo > Horseshoe Bay. 24 hours, 4 ferries, 245km and 11 hours 48 minutes of cycling, 2 burritos, 2 coffees, 2 Mars bars, 1 bag of gummies, 1 Coca-Cola, 8 litres of water and one body of water (Strait Of Georgia)…

TRANS(formative) PROVENCE

It wasn’t just when Sven Martin needed a helivac after bending (and snapping) his forearm around a tree. It wasn’t just carrying Jon Cancellier the last hundred meters to the finish line of the last stage after he had broke his foot. (Which was also the same day as the above happened. #carnage) It wasn’t…

ESKAPEE – Negative Escapism

  Eskapee.com might be one of the best things to happen to the universe of digital bicycling content in a while (‘a while’ referring to at about a year or so because things happen so fast on the internet). It’s an incredible outlet who’s purpose “is to tell the real mountain bike story. Stories we hope…

Zummerzet

This place isn’t an artisanal cidery with faux rustic charm, this is a working farm and there is absolutely zero airs and graces gone into it. It’s rugged, raw and bloody delicious. the photos I shot aren’t of the most bucolic parts of the barn, in fact, it’s impossible to really show how perfectly unrefined this place is.

IKAM: THE RULES

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…

Meet The Trolls: A partially enthographic and wholly conjectural investigation into a mountain biking’s newest terrain and the real riders that virtually ride there.

*This piece originally appeared in Cranked Magazine issue 1. Illustration by Wacek “Waki” Kipszak. Meet The Trolls:  A partially enthographic and wholly conjectural investigation into a mountain biking’s newest terrain and the real riders that virtually ride there.   Mountain biking is a multifarious activity and there appears to be no singular definition of what…