Smoother, faster way home: Blair Range Trail || Mt Seymour, BC | Mountain Biking

Smoother, faster way home: Blair Range Trail || Mt Seymour, BC | Mountain Biking

Welcome back everyone. Hope you all enjoyed my last video. At the end of it I ended up popping out at Hyannis Point, which is no where near to where I started. Today’s video is a bonus video for the week and shows how to get back to the Old Buck Parking lot without just

COMMENT MONTER UNE MARCHE EN VÉLO ? LA TECHNIQUE DE BASE ! (VTT STREET TRIAL)

COMMENT MONTER UNE MARCHE EN VÉLO ? LA TECHNIQUE DE BASE ! (VTT STREET TRIAL)

Hi everyone, I hope you are well Today we meet for a new video and today we will make a new tutorial we have already seen several ways of mounting an obstacle, whether it’s the bunny up, the rear wheel bunny up, the bunny up to front, the pedal up, the hook up, today we

Bike and Ski with Asbjørn Eggebø Næss | #TestedForLife Tryout | 60′

Bike and Ski with Asbjørn Eggebø Næss | #TestedForLife Tryout | 60′

Trollstigen is the place where we start the season and we close the season. This is the serpentine road going up to Trollstigen, but it’s closed, and we’re going by bike. My name is Asbjørn Eggebø Næss. I’m a skier and I live in Romsdalen. When you bike up this road from the parking lot

Inside World’s No.1 Cycling City | Ground Report by Dhruv Rathee

Inside World’s No.1 Cycling City | Ground Report by Dhruv Rathee

Hello friends Welcome to a new ground report Today, I have come to Amsterdam This city is called the cycling capital of the world because there are so many cycles here The number of cycles here is equal to the population of this city, that is 8,50,000 I feel like our country can learn a

I filled my mountain bike brakes with baby oil for a year and here are the results!

I filled my mountain bike brakes with baby oil for a year and here are the results!

This is my Diamondback El Oso fat tire mountain bike, and well, it’s not exactly what you would call svelte. The tires are almost 5 inches wide which is like 3 normal mountain bike wheels side by side. We already know these tires are massive enough to use the bike as a floatation device. And

Building & Riding a twisty hip jump transfer thingy

Building & Riding a twisty hip jump transfer thingy

Last month we began building Rhodorooter, a steep downhill trail through the rhododendron thickets of Berm Peak. At the top around the very first turn, we made a mess. Dubbed the Kevin Jump, this failed project was Kevin’s plan to build a twisty transfer hip thingy out of two dead trees. We figured that throwing

Docu – By Bicycle through Kazakhstan – Part 1 – #35

Docu – By Bicycle through Kazakhstan – Part 1 – #35

We are in Kazakhstan Close behind the border The border crossing was good It took an hour or something To leave Russia and enter Kazakhstan 29 Days – 2120km Here are many insects Flies, mosquitos and other small flies You can’t make a break And if you start cycling you have a cloud behind you

Building & Riding the Skinny Backyard Tree Jump

Building & Riding the Skinny Backyard Tree Jump

Western North Carolina is a temperate rain forest, and therefore so is Berm Peak. It’s a great place to leave something if you want it to rot. This snake infested wood pile is a pretty good indicator of what happens to untreated oak when you leave it outside here, and it’s the exact reason for

White Rim Road – Canyonlands National Park

White Rim Road – Canyonlands National Park

Terra Incognita The land in between A forgotten labyrinth where two rivers meet, Towering monoliths ignite the imagination And canyons form mazes Revealing millions of years of geology. For thousands of years, people have called these sacred canyons home. This land of harsh winters, searing summers, and inhospitable terrain Hides thriving microclimates rich with biodiversity