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Winter Training

With the season now just a memory contained to film and photos, it is time to look forward to 2010 and the return of racing. For many the downhill bikes are being given a well earned rest and the motocross bikes are being pulled out to hammer out laps in the sand and dirt. Although a worthy distraction, they are still ideal training tool and much as a golfer uses a heavyweight club to warm up with, pull a rider […]

Descent-Gear Clipped In Entries Live

Easter might seem like a long way off but Mike Marsden of Borderline events always puts on a great race and this is likely to sell out fast! Descent-Gear Clipped In, Moelfre, 2-4th April 2010. Hurry on over to the Borderline website and get th!

The Boss Plays At Inners

Or should that be the Bos? Hot on the heels of the news that Bos suspension had found themselves an official UK distributor in the shape of R53 Engineering, sponsors of the Innerleithen Winter Series and all round nice folk Alpine Bikes just dropped us one of those press release things to say that they are expecting some in stock to the Innerleithen shop any time now. If you are heading down for the first round of the Winter series […]

Oakleys For Your Stocking

We had a look at Oakleys latest glasses, the Jawbone a couple of months ago. Well if you liked the look of them then you will love the look of these………same thing, but now available as a custom build! Pretty much every option on them is customisable, get them in the colour of your bike, favourite team, sweetie, whatever, but at this time of year its gotta be this little Christmas number I just knocked up, I hear santa will […]

Interview: Joe Smith

Joe Smith, he might not have the most Welsh name but this pinner from the “Land of the Dragons”, has one thing for sure and it’s that he certainly rides like a Welshmen…that’s firey, crazy fast and so many skills to boot. Joe took some of his downtime out to answer some choise Q’s from the Marsden, who answers to the name of Mike or anything else to care to call him, enjoy. DW: Let’s break the ice with a […]

FOFO2 at Llandegla Trail Centre

After the successful World Premiere of Foot Out Flat Out 2 – Fast and Loose in Cardiff, Oneplanet Adventure, the guys who run the trailhead at Llandegla Trail Centre are organising a screening of the film this Wednesday the 25th November at 7.00pm. If you didn’t get the chance to see it in Cardiff why not spend the day riding the acclaimed trails and then kick back after with a hot dog and a coffee (FOOT LONG DOG FLAT WHITE COFFEE) […]

Neko Mulally (Audio Interview)

The 16 year old gravity rider from Reading in Pennsylvania has had an impressive year despite the fact that he’s not yet old enough to race World Cups; that will come next season. Most notably, at Whistler this year during the Crankworx events, and racing Pro Men, Neko finish 4th in the Dual Slalom (behind world class talents Kyle Strait, Brian Lopes and Johannes Fischbach), and then in the Canadian Open Downhill finished 5th, just seconds behind World Cup stars […]

MADE – The Premiere

Friday 13th, an unlucky day for some but not Callum Swift- the date for our first look at his new film- chartering the exploits of riders from all around the globe during this season. Due to a work commitment I was stuck listening to the Vice Chancellor of Aston University harp on about global warming and CO2 emissions as the clock ticked to 9pm – I am afraid to say I arrived as the film had just begun (hence lack […]

The North Face: Backpedal Messenger Bag & Tent Mules

The North Face always seem to have some interesting products geared at biking and are a slight change from the normal racing gear. This Bike Messenger bag (The Backpedal) has taken over from my well worn Da Kine backpack as laptop/camera/ MCN/ school gear bag and was a worthwhile change. Made from some of the hardest wearing fabric I’ve seen in a while (Think old Royal shorts that just seem to wear forever) it swallows everything in suitable pockets with […]

Was BMX and MTB invented in Holland?

Seems quite a few folk, have been flapping, all over the world about the true origins of anything “off road” on a bicycle which can point to the origins of the sports of BMX and MTB. Our good friend and old drinking buddy Bart De Jong over at FatBmx has the proof! I think he has maybe hit the nail on the head with this little Dutch Classic. Decide what you want…but most of the wheels look bigger than 20 […]

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