Freehub strives to be different than any other Mountain Bike publication out there, and will always showcase community generated content and a mixture of Art and Photography on their covers as shown here in their first 3 issues. Contents Page of the newest Freehub Volume that hit newsstands October 25th. Others that accompany it in 2. Freehub loves to feature different riders from different disciplines, and issue 2. Photography is an important and expressive part of sharing and documenting our world, so we curate profiles on emerging and established photographers like this image from a current profile on Mason Mashon.
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From seeing how the molds are made to collecting rubber from trees, this beautifully shot, in-depth video covers how everything goes down But even when there's no finish line, no tape and no timing, that resolve still exists—it's ingrained in his riding.
The rooty and rutted trails of Vedder Mountain in Chilliwack, just across the Canadian boarder from Carson At 17, Dylan Sherrard moved away from Whitehorse to pursue a life of mountain biking, a path that would ultimately bring him back as his hometown became a sought-after destination for riding in the north Thomas Vanderham's moment of clarity came when he was ten years old. After witnessing a neighbor kid doing wheelies in an alley, Vanderham set out to master the technique himself.
His first attempt was spastic and short lived, but for a brief moment he felt that perfect balance point. That feeli When childhood friends Brandon Watts and Steve Dempsey were looking for a new type of biking adventure, they turned their attention to bikepacking. After a few chats, they decided that they wanted to do a trip where they could fly somewhere with their bikes, hop off the plane and begin riding.
Few people are as involved in the many facets of mountain biking as Kyle Jameson. His drive and p Sounds like the trip of a lifetime. Now, what was it that you said about free candy? Every winter we fantasize about moving to New Zealand, so this year we did. With endless terrain to explore, Darren and Ricky take to the motos to try and find some lines to ride on their mountain bikes. With ridges and cliffs everywhere and access to almost anything they can see, the door is opened to some truly unique features.
As professional athletes, Darren Berre After an intense week at Red Bull Rampage, Darren Berrecloth has most of his seasonal obligations behind him, allowing for a little rest and relaxation in the desert.
Fresh off the plane from Africa, Ricky has a few days at home to regroup and ride the local trails before heading off to meet up with The Claw in Utah.
Just like many other mountain bike-crazed towns Revelstoke has roots as a ski town, and the community that soon after flocked to Revelstoke for the ski bum lifestyle is the same one that made the push to make the trails what they are today. Old growth logging and mining culture meets new age riding as tourism shows no signs of slowing down - and for good reason!
Just a short ferry ride away from Vancouver, British Columbia, the coastal tow Jill encounters a little snow, high winds, a few soggy corners and some good views while The Freehub crew links up with Mike Hopkins as he rides a brief segment of the continental divide trail, retracing the paths of old explorers. As fate would Accessibility Settings: On Off.
Vital MTB. Freehub Magazine. Tweet More Filter: All Highlights Videos of 16 Posts. Next Exit Episode 2: Revelstoke, BC video Just like many other mountain bike-crazed towns Revelstoke has roots as a ski town, and the community that soon after flocked to Revelstoke for the ski bum lifestyle is the same one that made the push to make the trails what they are today.
Forest of Progression video Old growth logging and mining culture meets new age riding as tourism shows no signs of slowing down - and for good reason! A Few Thousand Miles To Go video The Freehub crew links up with Mike Hopkins as he rides a brief segment of the continental divide trail, retracing the paths of old explorers.
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