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This Ohio boy moved his entire life to Hurricane, UT, to turn small gains into massive progressions to eventually bring him to his first Rampage podium.
My greatest happiness comes from introducing others to mountain biking
and working to remove barriers to create a space for all.
This trip came about for a number for reasons. The first was that Yeti wanted to get the Yeti / FOX National and Devo teams together for a relaxing weekend of riding before the 2021 race season.
Yeti Ambassador and New Jersey native, Laura Slavin takes you on a tour of her backyard in Vernon, NJ to prove that there’s more to this state than its nickname ‘Dirty Jersey’ would let on.
A years worth of blood, sweat, and dirt. The culmination of work designated for Rampage.
I needed a morale boost. Two convincing colleagues pulled me to the Potawatomi trail system in Pinckney, Michigan and set me up on a steel hardtail. From that first ride, life as I knew it changed.
An ode to the people, places, and trails of our home state.
Searching for Singletrack Across Borders.
Trail hunting through the interior.
The plan - 7 summits in 7 days
Hates Insta filters, helicopters, and crybabies. Frostbite. Political unrest. Dealing with injuries three days from a cell signal. This is Dan Milner.
Summer time is peak ridin' season
Kids and bikes; wherever you are in the world, they go together. The chaotic streets of Kathmandu may not seem like a typical breeding ground for world-class mountain bikers, but then again nothing is typical about Rajesh (RJ) Magar.
Everyone prepares for the onset of winter in different ways. For Shawn Neer, it means making his annual pilgrimage to the great white north for one final rip on the high alpine trails.
Making the most out of the 2880 minutes between Friday night and Sunday night.
Yeti Ambassadors Reuben Krabbe and Sarah Rawley journey through the backwoods of Whistler through uncanny conditions.
The drive to the trailhead follows the shoreline of the fjord. Mountains rise steeply on the side. Lush, green forests at the valley floor contrast against the emerald colored water. Above in the alpine, the dark granite towers above us.
In northern New England when the days grow shorter and the air begins to cool, nature reveals one of its awe-inspiring spectacles. The leaves of the deciduous forests transform from summer green to a kaleidoscope of colors.
Squamish-Whistler-Pemberton-Abbotsford-Vancouver-Squamish – this would be our planned route. A mixture of singletrack, brutal climbs, fire road and hitch hiking.
This adventure was something I’d wanted to do for a long time. The goal was to bikepack for 10 days through the San Juans, fishing alpine lakes and streams along the way—and buddies from the Yeti Tribe made the perfect team for it.
A story about biking in Whitefish, MT
The objective was to complete the first ever multi-day bike traverse of the Cordillera Real’s west side following llama trails, open scree fields, and primitive trekking paths. These mountains proved to be one of our greatest challenges to date.
Riding in Montana requires embracing the Frontier Spirit.
New Zealand ’s varied topography makes for an awe-inspiring mountain bike playground.
Cathedral towers, deep canyons and crushed red dirt produce endless riding possibilities.
I realized while sitting atop a grassy pinnacle, overlooking braided rivers that worked their way down from massive glacier tongues, that Iceland doesn’t feel like another country, it feels like another planet.
Tackling big lines in Southern Utah on a trail bike.
Sometimes the most challenging and arduous terrain is in your own backyard.
Searching for unknown trails and fresh loam with Jared Graves