Ben Baker is an ex-World Cup rider who left racing to pursue a "normal lifestyle", consisting of full-time work on his plumbing and carpentry business. Although Ben is tied up at work during the week, he still makes it out for weekend rides and pins it faster than ever!
Our featured product has been changed to the Avid HSX 160mm rotor for the incredible price of only $30. This two-piece rotor allows for significant weight savings as well as better heat dissipation to maintain performance even during sustained braking on longer trails.
The 2015 BC Enduro Series is now underway with the first two races of the series having taken place earlier this month. In case you missed the results of the Sunshine Coast and North Vancouver races, you can find the results here. With the Lower Mainland races being done for this years' series, the next stop will be in Penticton on June 7th. Come out for a day of racing and fun, and if you haven't already registered you can do so here.
We are excited to announce that we've got the latest 2015 Easton stems and bars in stock in both 31.8mm and 35mm sizes. Shop now and save on a wide range of carbon and alloy bars, stems and seatposts!
Bas van Steenbergen has managed to keep things fresh over the years with videos that showcases his talent on all styles of tracks and bikes. Here he is riding his local trails in Kelowna, BC when the snow was still stubbornly clinging to the ground. He recently headed down to California to participate in CruzFest, and now he's now back on the road to race at this season's first Canada Cup event in Monte St. Anne, Quebec. Good luck Bas!
Evgeny Kurnikov had a vision of creating his first video project in extreme, unusual conditions and he did just that. Evgeny takes his slopestyle riding to the next level by performing huge tricks on some sketchy features, all within a unique urban setting. Filmed entirely in Russia, this is one video you don't want to miss!
CruzFest was this year's first stop in the Fest Series freeriding events and the riders were throwing down bigger than ever on the course that was built by Kyle Jameson, Jeff Herbertson, and Ryan Howard. You may have seen the POV video where the guys drop massive lines and stick their landings...but have you seen the video of the crashes they took to get that footage? Have a look here: