The second part of Seasons of Shred, Austrian Altitude with Gravity rider Andrew Taylor has been released and you can check it out below. Before you do that, if you haven’t seen part one, you can view it HERE.
“It’s not very often you get the chance to build a set of dream mountain bike jumps overlooking a picturesque valley. So when Andrew Taylor and Niki Leitner were offered the chance to do exactly that they jumped at the opportunity. How did this all come about? Rewind one year, driving through the Austrian Wachau on their way to the Dolomites, Andrew and Niki stopped off to ride with local, Roland Kogler, and the idea was formed. Roland’s good friend, Wolfgang Bauer’s family owned a nice chunk of land which just so happened to overlooking the Wachau Valley, in Maria Taferl. What’s more, they were more than happy to allow Andrew and Niki to construct whatever they want there! So with the help of professional builders and riders Clemens Kaudela and Patrick Leitner a dream line was sculpted and a perfect week of shredding was about to commence. A huge thanks has to go out to Roland and the Bauer family for helping make this dream come true!” – EpicTV
Video courtesy of soloproductions
Revelstoke is home to some of the world’s best mountain bike trails. With a town full of adventure, you know the trail builders have what it takes to build the trails that you want to ride…
I invited Garett Bueller to come up and ride Revelstoke’s classic ‘logging leftovers’. With Buehler’s style I knew we would have the recipe for a good, smooth flowing edit. You cannot mistake a great trail and especially with Bueller behind the bars to show us how it’s done.
Garett is riding the gravity 800 Bars, Stem, Chainguide, and Cranks. Click HERE to view the full groupset.
And to see the full article on Pinkbike, click HERE
Hey guys, our Gravity GRID chainguide has hit Pinkbike for a review!
“The Grid chain guide has a lot going for it, including its $109 USD price that’s pretty reasonable and a bit lower than some of its competition. That wouldn’t matter if it didn’t work well, but it does. It’s easy to install, makes life easier when it comes to doing any maintenance, and seems to do an easy job of keeping the chain in place. I’d say that all of that makes choosing which chain guide to go with pretty easy.” – Mike Levy
You can review the full article on Pinkbike HERE
Video courtesy of Diamondbackbikes
Mike Hopkins”Skip the emotional monologue and let’s get down to business. What makes biking awesome? That one turn, your favourite section of trail, those suppressed powers that just saved your ace from taking the tumble of your life… the list is long. This my friends is ”MOMENTS.” A series tipping its hat to the fleeting experiences that prompt a ”This is awesome!” brain badgering. From alien adventures to that flying through the forest feeling, this series aims to capture the simple things that put a big ol smile on your face. Shore and sweet.”
Hey all! As the season wraps up, we have had our final race for the Cascadia Dirt Cup and our US Gravity ambassador, Charlie Sponsel, clocked the 5th best time in the race. Even better, Charlie, as well as fellow Gravity rider Scott Kemp, took 4th and 5th place respectively in the series overall.
Our Gravity riders are sporting the GRID line of product on their bikes and if you click the image below you can look into the GRID line more extensively.
Kelly is from Nelson New Zealand and lives part time in Whistler, BC.
Mike Hopkins is a Professional Mountain Bike Athlete bred from Canada’s B.C. Interior. He grew up amidst the outdoor driven community of Rossland,
Charlie Sponsel is from Portland, Oregon and runs the Team Robot Blog and Writes for Pink Bike. He also sends it further than you on the weekends.