BC Bike Park #4

Kicking Horse Mountain Resort Read More...

GPS on DH bike

I reviewed the Xplova E7 GPS recently and they let me keep the unit. I installed it on my V10 for the trip to Canada. Read More...

Bontrager G4 tyres

I have praised Bontrager tyres before, but this was the first time I had a go on their DH tyres. Read More...

650B wheels

There is only a small difference between 26" and 650B wheels (I refuse to call them 27.5" since they aren't actually 27.5") so I wasn't sure if they could be much different. Now I know they are better. Read More...

BC Bike Park #3

Fernie Alpine Resort Read More...

Two centimetres

I had a bit of a technique breakthrough this year on the really steep and demanding sections of hills - which involved moving my shoulders about 2 cm further forwards in relation to the bike. Read More...

BC Bike Park #2

SilverStar Read More...

Wide(r) bars

When I purchased my DH bike 4 years ago bars were typically 75 cm wide. Now they are typically 80 cm wide. I thought it was time to update. Read More...

Titanium springs

Almost all the pro downhillers run Ti springs on their shock. I needed a new spring this year so I thought I would try one out. Read More...

BC Bike Park #1

Whistler Read More...