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Born and raised in Anchorage, Alaska, Lael Wilcox is an ultra-endurance cyclist. She's inspired to push her own limits, travel the world by bike and encourage other women and girls to get out and ride. She filed this dispatch from the recent Roam Fest women’s mountain bike festival in Arizona.
Every so often you come across a rider whose style and fluidity on a bike leaves you wondering how they do it. How can someone defy gravity, manifest a physics equation into real life, and navigate the most technical descent – uphill – effortlessly and with the utmost humility? Braydon Bringhurst is one of those riders who leaves us wondering.
We caught up with multi-discipline cycling star Pauline Ferrand-Prévot of Team Absolute Absalon-BMC as she ended her season. She details her history with TIME Pedals and reveals her favorite place to ride. Hint, she really loves her home country!
An era before electronics on bikes and when dropper posts were just making their way onto the scene. Fast forward seven years later, Flight Attendant was being fine-tuned for its worldwide debut. If you believe the hype (and we do), Flight Attendant may change the game forever. Buckle up. This will make mountain biking evolve. But before we go forward, let’s look back and talk to those who were part of the development of Flight Attendant from the ground up.
Vali Höll Wins Double Header and World Cup Overall in Snowshoe, USA
Six Days of High Altitude Singletrack Racing with the Santa Cruz htSQD at the Breck Epic.
Nino Schurter Brings Home 9th Elite XCO World Championship Title, Evie Richards Wins First.
A lot has happened since we last checked in with Hannah Bergemann. Catch the latest happenings from Formation and learn how she is quickly becoming one of the world's most prominent female freeride mountain bikers in Hannah Bergemann: Chapter 2.
Ben Hildred's how-to guide for climbing 1,000,000 feet in 200 days on a mountain bike.
After spending an off-season and a year of lock-down on his home trails in Santa Cruz, California, R-Dog, aka Ryan Howard, finally flew the coop to visit a friend and check out their riding scene.