This is it! I'm stoked to announce that there are not ONE, but TWO guided MTB trips planned to Tasmania, Australia coming up. I was last in Tasmania leading a group of guided clients to ride sweet trails as well as to watch the Enduro World Series Round in April 2017. It was an AMAZING… Continue reading We’re Heading Back to Tasmania!
The 7 Similarities of Mountain Bike Skills Lessons & Rim Protection Systems
As a mountain bike instructor and also a user of CushCore, I’ve had the pleasure of mountain biking a variety of riding locations, with a fairly diverse mix of people, and have experienced different ways these people see themselves or set goals regarding their riding. I enjoy teaching people how to ride better, and… Continue reading The 7 Similarities of Mountain Bike Skills Lessons & Rim Protection Systems
New Bike Day – Yeti SB6 Turq 2018
In the shadow of lofty Mount Timah... ... a new Yeti roams. There’s a fresh bike in the house, built several ‘oldie but goodie’ components that survived the last iteration of the SB6 that I had been riding for more than 2 years. What lasts, lasts, - and stays on the bike, ‘a part… Continue reading New Bike Day – Yeti SB6 Turq 2018
Trans NZ Tested
A funny testimonial of sorts unfolded during my participation in the Trans NZ this year. The five-day multi-stage enduro is considered equal parts competition and exploratory adventure – certainly for this writer visiting the South Island of New Zealand for the first time with a mountain bike in tow. The first two race days, I… Continue reading Trans NZ Tested
My Guiding Backpack’s Top-10 Items
Stuff happens while out mountain biking – a mechanical, an injury, a change in the weather – that can dampen our enjoyment of a ride, or even stop it dead in its tracks. Such occurrences have to be dealt with decisively and with the right pieces of kit. Taking the basic spares, repairs, and first… Continue reading My Guiding Backpack’s Top-10 Items
New Edit: Chilcotins Backcountry Video
Managed to drop my first RAW Epics-produced video. A little background to the origins of this edit. I had been sitting on the draft of this for awhile. Lots of footage from our Chilcotins mission had been check and pared down into a 2-min+ piece. The decision-making process as to whether to upload it raw… Continue reading New Edit: Chilcotins Backcountry Video
Mt. Bromo Yeti Tribe Gathering – October 2017
The first-ever Yeti Tribe Asia gathering heads to exciting Mt. Bromo
Chilcotins Backcountry – September 2016
A short hop by floatplane or a 1/2-day's drive from Whistler, The South Chilcotin Mountains deliver the ultimate wilderness singletrack experience.