Evil Bikes Updates The Wreckoning With New Colors and a UDH

Evil Bikes Updates The Wreckoning With New Colors and a UDH

Standing the test of time, Evil’s flagship enduro bike, the Wreckoning, has undergone a two small but not so insignificant changes; the addition of SRAM’s Universal Derailleur Hanger and captive shock washers for less fiddling. Looking at the stats, the 166mm of rear wheel travel and geometry table remain the same. Evil decided to add … Read more

Bike Check: Christina Chappetta’s Trek Fuel EXe

Bike Check: Christina Chappetta’s Trek Fuel EXe

As a huge fan of a gruelling sufferfest, a proper slog up a forest service road to the alpine, and good old-fashioned bike park laps, Christina didn’t jump on the eMTB train right away. And while she’s definitely not throwing in the towel on her trusty Top Fuel, Slash, and Session just yet, she has … Read more

Race Face Announces New Aluminum Turbine Cranks

Race Face Announces New Aluminum Turbine Cranks

Race Face first launched their Turbine cranks in 1993, back when three chainrings were the norm and 1×12 drivetrains weren’t even a consideration. Times have obviously changed, but there’s still a strong demand for aluminum cranks that can take a beating and aren’t overly heavy. To meet that need, Race Face have introduced the latest … Read more

‘Riverdale’ actor sentenced for fatally shooting mother

‘Riverdale’ actor sentenced for fatally shooting mother

A young BC actor who fatally shot his mother in their Squamish home has been sentenced to life in prison with no parole eligibility for 14 years. Ryan Grantham, 24, pleaded guilty to second-degree murder for pulling the trigger on March 31, 2020. Justice Kathleen Ker handed down the sentence in a Vancouver courtroom Tuesday, … Read more

Check Out: An Air Compressor To Seat Tubeless Tires, Stealthy Body Protection, Giant’s Cycling Computer, & Mullet Links

Check Out: An Air Compressor To Seat Tubeless Tires, Stealthy Body Protection, Giant’s Cycling Computer, & Mullet Links

A lot of gear comes across our desks here at Pinkbike. Check Out is an occasional round up of everything our tech editors have gotten their hands on. Sometimes it’s products we’re doing long-term tests on, other times it’s stuff we’re stoked on but don’t have time to fully review. And, sometimes it’s crazy shit … Read more

Racing & Industry Rumours: Hardline Series, Vergier Trexit (false), OneUp Investment, etc.

Racing & Industry Rumours: Hardline Series, Vergier Trexit (false), OneUp Investment, etc.

With so many questions still remaining, it’s likely that 2023 will look a lot different from what we’re all used to. Our last Racing Rumors article laid out some of what’s expected, including a long-discussed racer’s union, a smaller finals field at World Cups, no commentary from Rob Warner at those World Cups, and a … Read more

Practice Photo Epic: EWS Crans-Montana 2022

Practice Photo Epic: EWS Crans-Montana 2022

The final racing block of the 2022 Enduro World Series (EWS) kicks off in Crans-Montana, Switzerland amongst some of Europe’s most dramatic scenery. The penultimate round sees high stakes for both sets of competitors, as they battle to shore up their overall standings ahead of the series finals in Loudenvielle, France in just one weeks … Read more

Bike Industry Professional with Terminal Cancer Nils Amelinckx Aims to Start ‘Rider Resilience’ Social Enterprise

Bike Industry Professional with Terminal Cancer Nils Amelinckx Aims to Start ‘Rider Resilience’ Social Enterprise

In 2017, bike industry professional Nils Amelinckx was diagnosed with advanced bowel cancer despite otherwise being a fit and healthy thirty year old. He was given no more than five years to live. He found that riding bikes and documenting his travels through photography and writing brought him mental clarity and physical resilience at this … Read more

Video: Brendan Fairclough Rides A Crazy Steep Rock Slab in a World’s First Descent

Video: Brendan Fairclough Rides A Crazy Steep Rock Slab in a World’s First Descent

Sep 14, 2022 by Sarah Moore FollowFollowing (Riding at 11:15) Something completely different for you this week. Riding this insanely steep rock slab I spotted as I was driving back from the World Cup last month. As we found out, this thing is beyond what is possible to ride down. There was just not enough … Read more

Spotted: A New Rocky Mountain Slayer for 2023?

Spotted: A New Rocky Mountain Slayer for 2023?

It’s been three years since the Rocky Mountain Slayer last received an update, which means it’s very likely there’s a new version on the way in the not-so-distant future. A keen eyed reader recently sent over a few photos of what’s likely the next iteration, a carbon-framed bike that looks to be well past the … Read more