A Moto-Inspired Race Bike
Handbuilt in Colorado, every fork is assembled to the highest standards with extra love –
Yup, you can create your own carbon fiber mountain bike.
Wheels that can handle the “French Flow”
We've seen it over and over in plenty of sneak peek videos and at numerous
More enduro for the money
Looking for top-tier components in a murdered-out package? The solution is in.
Super spicy enduro rubber from Continental
1965-2015. 50 years. Our 50 years of innovation has helped us perfect one thing, amplifying
On-the-bike performance paired with hike-a-bike abilities
Two riders from Art’s Cyclery in San Luis Obispo, California, take in ride as the sun burns off the morning fog. Photo: JK/Mountain Bike Action
Karklins will be responsible for the overall operations and expansion of BST Bikes, including Ellsworth Bikes.
Sombrio, a brand of Dorel Industries Inc., is thrilled to announce that world-class mountain bike racers and former brand athletes Jill Kintner and Bryn Atkinson
Trail Genius, with the support of LIFEIME Events, set out on a new endeavor; to record VIDEO and GPS data of the entire 100 miles
Our staff was out testing bikes one day near Pasadena, California, when this team of high school racers and coaches showed up. High school racing is spreading
Check out the new rides from Santa Cruz The Santa Cruz Bicycles demo truck will be at Art’s Cyclery on Sunday, February 8th from 11am-3pm.
Ever wonder where the MBA crew tests their bikes. We do a fair bit of our testing in the San Gabriel Mountains. Southern California Outdoor
Riding “feet up through the turns” is often considered the mark of skilled and confident cornering. It’s better if at least one foot is still on a pedal,
This is the brand new video from Fabio Wibmer. While we don’t show trials videos often, this one was simply too much fun to not
If you have a passion for mountain biking, love to shoot photos and can write well, then Mountain Bike Action Magazine may have the job
Patrick Reynoso lofts the Intense 951 EVO DVO into one of his test trails. You can read our review of this new 27.5-inch-wheeled downhill bike in our
Watch Mitch Ropelato shred snow, sand, and trails on his Specialized Fatboy.
Spencer Rathkamp puts in some test time on the KTM Scarp Prestige for our review in the March 2015 issue of Mountain Bike Action. The issue should be reaching subscribers and bike shops soon. Photo: JK/Mountain Bike