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“Down River,” a Mountain Bike Adventure

June 4, 2012


If you have an itching for adventure via boat and bike, look no further –the team at Diamondback Bikes put together this gem. Only problem we see with this jaunt, we didn’t get invited! From the team: The town of Green River, Utah has been on the MTB radar for over 10 years now. Many […]

‘Pedal-Driven’: The Politics Behind MTB Trails

January 6, 2012


Depending upon your vested interest in mountain biking, and to what degree you’re committed to the sport and lifestyle, you may or may not know about the politics behind our existing trail networks –and what it takes to establish and develop the trails we’ve grown to appreciate. It’s not as easy as one might think, […]

‘Natural Playground’ Photo Exhibit and Party

October 20, 2011


The opening reception for “Natural Playground” has come and gone, where a few dozen of New England’s finest adventure photographers and adventure fans gathered to celebrate outdoor pursuits and talk shop. “Natural Playground” is presented by Darkroom Gallery, Cortex Marketing and Evolving from pixels to prints, this gallery features a handful of the finalists represented in the juried […]

Opening Reception: “Natural Playground” Photo Exhibit

October 10, 2011


The opening reception for “Natural Playground” at Darkroom Gallery is slated for this Friday, October 14, from 6-8pm. We’ll be announcing the Juror’s Choice for top honors of the juried contest, and those in attendance will set the bar for the month-long Viewers Choice contest –where votes will be tallied for the public’s favorite shot. […]

‘Natural Playground’ Photo Contest: Exhibit Selections

September 29, 2011


After a month-long submission process, where photographers of both pro and amateur status dropped their images into a hat, we’re excited to announce our first annual “Natural Playground” juried exhibition selections. The photographs selected in this gallery are officially entered into the contest, where they’ll be on display at Darkroom Gallery in Essex Junction, Vermont from October […]

First Mountain Bike Ever, Restored at Interbike 2011

September 21, 2011


Somewhere within the madness of Interbike and its Vegas vibe, with thousands of new and improved bikes to adore and drool over, we’re stepping it back a notch. That’s right. The first-ever mountain bike, built in 1977 by Joe Breeze, was on display in its magnificent restored-fashion –just as it was first intended, for trail […]

Kokanee Crankworx, 2011 Canadian Open DH Highlights

August 4, 2011


The downhill course at this year’s Crankworx Canadian Open Downhill was fast, technical and a bit sloppy. Doing nothing more than fueling the madness on Heckler’s Rock, the weather was a constant variable all week in Whistler for perhaps the biggest mountain bike festival on the calendar. Showcasing the little room for error that each […]