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Going Places - Slovenia: Mountains to Sea
Juliana ambassadors know all the best places to go by mountain bike. Let Rachael and Julia inspire your next adventure… This dynamic duo went on a multi-day bike tour of Slovenia’s best trails aboard their Roubions. Early morning alpine descents, picturesque villages, and charming Slovenia folk bands were all part of the journey.
Views: 13596 Juliana Bicycles
Mountains to Sea cycle trail, Ruapehu, New Zealand
Beginning on the slopes of a volcano, the Mountains to Sea Cycle Trail reveals varied natural and human history on its winding, often remote path to the sea. Learn more: http://www.newzealand.com/int/feature/mountains-to-sea/
Views: 12467 100% Pure New Zealand
Mountains to Sea Cycle Trail
From the flanks of Mt Ruapehu to the coastal shores of Whanganui, the Mountains to Sea Cycle Trail is a route encompassing majestic mountains, stunning native forest, and the spiritual, cultural and historical highlights of the Whanganui River. Part of the New Zealand Cycle Trail, the Mountains to Sea Cycle Trail traverses the alpine majesty of Mt Ruapehu, historic coach road and bridle trails, tranquil indigenous forest via two National Parks, the legendary Bridge to Nowhere, a jet boat transport option for the Whanganui River link to Pipiriki, and a country road trail abundant with history and culture alongside the Whanganui River from Pipiriki to the Tasman Sea at Whanganui.
Views: 1136 Visit Whanganui
DOC Mountains to Sea Cycle Trail
To promote the Whanganui National Park's Mountains to Sea Cycle Trail DOC Whanganui filmed the route. It was our job to take these four clips and create one video that could be used for public events and presentations. A brief introduction was developed with consideration towards future promotion of other activities in the area.
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MTB VTT - Between mountains and sea - Santacruz Bronson 2 - Calanques Cassis
Some MTB riding from the alps to the famous Calanques of Cassis in south of France
ELSASS MOUNTAINS Ep 2.0 | Enduro Mtb Film
Les montagnes d'Alsace offrent une possibilité gigantesque pour pouvoir rouler en toute circonstances et sur des terrains variés toute l'année. Nous essayons dans ce deuxième épisode de "ELSASS MOUNTAINS" de montrer les spots sur lesquelles nous aimons rouler et vous partager quelques rides. ELSASS MOUNTAINS Ep 2.0 A film by Jules & Louis Dreyer Filmed & Edited by Jules Dreyer -Starring- Louis Dreyer -- Jules Dreyer -- Quentin Oswald -- Emma Hoch -- Thanks to these partner All Mountain style Amygos Zefal The real mud bud Chaintamer Music - in order of appearance - I'm Big - Steve Jablonsky Stora Farliga Rymdprojekt - Gar at Pipan It Was A Good Day - Ice Cube Brother by the rural alberta advantag Jacque Brel - le talent c'est l'envie Sea Dogs and Pyrite by Soft Though Asian Dub foundation - Modern Apprentice FM ft. Gaelle Marion - Within -- 22/02/19 --
Views: 3833 louju68
From the mountains to the sea
From the top to the bottom, start at Paul da Serra and finish at Paul do Mar, what an incredible ride.
Views: 113 Filipe Monster MTB
Top 5 - 2019 Cross Country Bikes
It’s that time of year again, where we look toward the 2019 season and the bikes set to make an impact in the world of cross country racing. We’ve got some all new models, a real classic and an uber high-end bike you might not have heard of before. So, sit down, relax and feast your eyes upon some XC goodness.
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Riding Fixed, Up Mountains, With Pros. - Ep. 8 Mt. Baldy w/ Justin Williams
Justin Williams is one of America's most dynamic racers. With back-to-back Road and Criterium National Championships under his belt, Justin is paving a new path for younger riders to now follow in his footsteps. In Episode 8, State Bicycle Team rider Josh Tyrrell (super Canadian) meets up with Justin on Mt. Baldy to talk about grass-roots cycling, fixed-gear bikes, sibling rivalries and representation in the sport. Watch and you'll find the riders have a surprise run-in by a heavy-hitter! About the Series: "Riding Fixed, Up Mountains, With Pros." The concept is simple, we wanted to get to know our favorite Pro cyclists and what better way to conduct a natural interview than on the bike, taking them out of their comfort zone just a bit by doing in with NO GEARS (and no brakes sometimes). Want to learn more? Check out our BLOG for behind the scenes here: https://www.statebicycle.com/blogs/news/riding-fixed-up-mountains-with-pros-episode-8-mount-baldy Check out what Justin is doing on: - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/juswilliamz/ Check out what Cory is doing on: - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nationsnumber1beast/ Liked this episode? Subscribe to our channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/statebicycle ----------- Shot and Directed By Saxon Richardson: http://saxonrichardson.com/ Animations by Chris Homa: http://chrishoma.xyz/ ------------ Music Credit: Song is 'People In My Head' by Rock Europa: http://www.rockeupora.com/
Views: 18266 State Bicycle Co.
A Carinthian Mountainbike Adventure. In summer 2017, 3 carinthian bikers had the idea of a really unique adventure. Starting in Millstatt, they crossed the high alpine area "Reißeckgruppe" to finish in Mallnitz. A challenging projekt! Riders: Stefan Müller Martin Walder André Lesacher Team: Marco Dullnig Karl Divos Christian Huber Kamera/Ton/Schnitt: Andreas Gasser/Backland Media
Views: 8211 Backland Media
From Caucasus Mountains to the Black Sea
on small tracks and roads in the Caucasus Mountains and continuing on down to the Black Sea
Views: 1757 wal+
Atlas 2 Sea Bike challenge Atlas Mountains Morocco
Atlas 2 Sea Bike challenge in the Atlas Mountains of Morocco, perform your physical fitness, explore the Berber villages, meet the local people, cross green valleys, enjoy Morocco's country side. Web: www.atlas2sea.com / [email protected]
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[RAW] From Mountains to the Sea
Ride in Finale Ligure - Italia
Views: 31 Cyril Démery
Mountains and sea
Explore places that most people didn't even know exists..
MST day 12 and 13 - Mt Mitchell - North Carolina Mountains to Sea Trail
Areas covered: Climb up to Mt Mitchell and then down to Black Mtn campground Specifically: Day 12 - Craggy Gardens to Lower Creek on the foot of Mt Mitchell Day 13 - Lower Creek to Mt Mitchell, then down to Black Mountain campground Section comments: After spending a nice long weekend at home, I got back on trail just north of Asheville on the Blue Ridge Parkway at Cravens Gap. This entire section included a fair amount of elevation gains as I not only had to get up Mt Mitchell, but also had to climb and then drop back down various knobs & mountain ridges along the way. Day 11 had me on trail & steadily climbing. I passed multiple day hikers out for a Sunday stroll, enjoying the nice weather and views. I made it to the Craggy Garden visitor center, where I loaded up 4 liters of water and watched the sunset. It was beautiful. I then hit the trail for less than a 1 mile to get onto national forest land & setup my hammock on the side of a hill maybe 10' from the trail. Not the best spot but it worked just fine. Day 12 I enjoyed watching the clouds from various knobs & capturing some nice time lapses. But it was a tough day, at least mentally. I had convinced myself to pick up the pace, and when the trail was rough & not allowing for that, I was a bit down on how long it was taking. I finally got to the Buncoombe Horse trail near Mt Mitchell State park, which was a flat, level old road - so it was a nice way to finish the day. I camped that night near Lower Creek, lose to Commissary Hill. I later saw warnings about bear activity in the area but never had any problem. I did get some pretty strong wind and rain that night, which thankfully subsided by the morning. Day 13 I climbed up Mt Mitchell, which of course was windy & clouded in, but still alive with energy & the force the nature. I had hoped to get a coffee at the gift shop up top but that was closed. I hustled down to Black Mountain campground, as rain was in the forecast. I got a walk-in spot, and took a nice hot shower. I later met some fellow Hoosiers from Indiana and they shared some hot dogs while we sat around a campfire. Later than night, it poured, for the 2nd night in a row. The next 2 nights were forecasted for even heavier rain, as hurricane Michael rolled in from the south. So once again, even though I had the food to continue on, I decided to call in the cavalry to pick me up. My good friend, who I had exchanged a few messages with about the MST, offered to pick me up so I jumped on it.
Views: 192 SoutheastBackpacker
MST day 8 epilogue - Lost hikers - North Carolina Mountains to Sea Trail
Mountains-to-Sea trail Areas covered: Graveyard Fields Section comments: After weathering hurricane Florence, I was dropped off on the Blue Ridge Parkway (BRP) near US-74/Waynesville. I'll be honest - I was a bit worried about how much road noise I would encounter given how close the trail followed the BRP. And it started out sounding a bit like Charlotte Motor Speedway as the motorcycles roared on the parkway. Eventually, the trail got a bit further from the road, and the Sunday traffic started to die down, so I noticed the noise less and less. Day 6 started with a nice smooth trail gaining elevation at a nice pace. Then it got a bit more serious and I was huffing & puffing. I eventually made camp just before DoubleTop Mtn overlook. One nice thing about following the BRP is the trail pops out near the overlooks, so you get to enjoy them as well. Day 7 the trail was a bit more primitive and rugged but also more remote - it had far less traffic noise as it gained some distance away from the BRP. The campsite near Rough Butt Bald was one of the larger ones out there. Day 6 & 7 I only saw 2 other groups on the trail. Day 8 I crossed Middle Prong Wilderness, Flat Laurel Creek & into Shining Rock / Graveyard Fields. Beautiful areas if you've never been here. I was tempted to hit the Devils Courthouse overlook but bypassed it once I saw it was in the clouds. This portion of the trail requires a bear canister to camp overnight, which I did not have. My plan was to see if anybody was camping near Black Balsam road & store my food in their car; or camp before or after the section requiring a canister; or somehow get a ride around this section. I reached Black Balsam road around 5 pm and nobody was camping along the road - first time I've seen that. I ate my dinner (hoping somebody would setup camp) and pondered my next option - either night hike thru Graveyard Fields; backtrack to the Art Loeb (and legal camping) or something else. I finally decided to night hike even though I already had in 11 miles. Well that turned into its own adventure. After darkness set in around 8 pm & I'm somewhere in Graveyard Fields, I hear shouting on the trail in front of me. Perplexed (since nobody should be camping here), I yelled back, thinking maybe I was freaking them out night hiking. Turns out I ran into 3 lost hikers who had called 911, which subsequently was activating search & rescue. I was able to guide them back to their car, and they ended up giving me a ride until I was in an area I could camp. Day 9 & 10 were a little less eventful - I hit Pisgah Inn for lunch & to use their restrooms (later found out showers were available at the campground). I then ran into a fellow MST hiker & shared a camp with her & her dog - the only time the entire trip somebody else was at camp with me. One final note - I had intended to continue on thru Asheville and stay at a motel or possibly hostel. However, when my looked at hotel pricing - it was a prime leaf-peeping weekend - I decided I would rather not pay $140 for Motel 6, so I caught a ride back to Charlotte. This also allowed me to see my daughter for her birthday.
Views: 245 SoutheastBackpacker
Mountains to Sea Trail - Segment 4
I section hiked the first 275 miles of the Mountains to Sea Trail in August/September 2016 with my friends Cornsilk and Kaleidoscope. This was my first venture out with the GoPro, and I loved it! Check out my website for more awesome stuff on hiking! www.continuetheadventure.com
Views: 730 G-SWISS
$149 Mountain Bike vs mountain - The Walmart Enduro
Welcome to Pisgah Forest, home to a huge array of remote and challenging mountain bike trails. To get anywhere here, you need to climb a few thousand feet. To get out alive your bike needs to hold up to roots, sharp rocks, and sustained braking. There’s no cell phone reception out here, and the trails are far too narrow for emergency vehicles. When your very life depends on your equipment, what value would you place on reliability? That fact that we’re at Walmart is pretty irrelevant. It could just as easily be Target, Amazon.com, or even Canadian Tire. They all offer the same thing—bikes built and assembled to the lowest spec possible. With names like trouble, wipeout, ambush, and carnage, these bikes deliver what they promise, but today we’re staying optimistic. Alex and I are taking our time and weighing our options. Even in a sea of super cheap bikes, we can choose the ones that suit our priorities best. We settled on a pair of Genesis V2100’s, which had front discs, threadless headsets, and half decent saddles. As we checked out, reality started to set in. We’d be relying on these bikes for over 5000 feet of elevation change. We’d need all the help we could get. Back at the house I packed everything from sockets to gorilla tape, to zip ties, to extra food, lest we get stranded on the far reaches of mount Mitchell. We set out with our new bikes in tow, and kept two main goals in mind; Make it down the trail in one piece, and finish it off with Mexican food. What started as a ride quickly devolved into a grueling hike. It wasn’t the gearing, or even the weight—we just tried and couldn’t. The tires had no traction, and the bikes flexed like crazy under any kind of torque. Once the grade evened out we had a much easier time, and started to clear some serious ground. We were enjoying nature, and It wasn’t long before we reached our first downhill. Although it was only 50 yards, it was telling. Alex and I settled in for a long ride up the old Mitchell toll road, knowing full well that the climb might be the easy part. We were climbing at a snail’s pace, painstakingly choosing our lines. Our cranks started creaking, and our hubs began to eat themselves, but we picked our way up the toll road without encountering any major mechanical failures. In fact, we were enjoying ourselves. For $149, Alex and I were taking part in an activity enjoyed by the likes of dentists and jewelers, with their pretty $6000 bikes. What do those bikes do that these can’t anyway? On my trail bike, this janky rock garden is a blast. On this bike, I couldn’t wait for it to be over. As you can see, Alex had been going much slower than me. He had the sense to. His bike had not one bit of damage to it, while I was nursing a blown up fork and no drivetrain whatsoever. It was clear by this comparison that speed is the major destructive force on these bikes. As I edit this video, my hands, arms, shoulders, and torso still hurt from this ride. On my trail bike, the brakes can be applied with one finger. On the Genesis, braking is a full body workout that leaves you in pain for days. We had made it to the end, sort of…. we still needed to get to the car. Luckily it was mostly downhill and I could hitch a ride on Alex’s backpack. After beating ourselves up for the better part of 5 hours, there was only one thing on our minds. Playing around on department store bikes might be fun and games, but I found that riding one on an actual mountain bike excursion is not fun, and most definitely not a game. Still I’m amazed that Alex’s bike survived. Although he was using a lot more restraint than I was, everything from the gears to the brakes were working at the bottom. To Walmart’s credit, there are warnings on these bikes that tell you not to take them on mountain bike trails. After our journey, I’d have reason to believe that on a flat dirt path, the Genesis V2100 would inconvenience you at the very most, not kill you. But just like sushi, tattoos, and cosmetic surgery, you’ll regret cheaping out on a bike that you really intend on exploring the mountains with. If you want to fall in love with mountain biking, try renting something first, or save up $400 for an entry level hardtail. In the meantime you can hike these trails for free. With one of these you may be hiking anyway. If you enjoyed this video, I have plenty of others on this topic. Let me know what you think below, and better yet give me some ideas of what to do with these next. Thanks for riding with me today, and I’ll see you next time. My music: http://share.epidemicsound.com/trQSg
Views: 3038511 Seth's Bike Hacks
Slovenia mountains, caves and sea
Križna Jama, Cerkev Sv. Križ, Debeli rtič, Viševnik, Julian Alps, Adriatic Sea around Koper.
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Mountains to Sea Trail 15 - Buck Creek Gap to Black Mountain Campground
This is day 1 of an overnighter on the Mountains to Sea Trail hiking from Buck Creek Gap to Black Mountain Campground. Day 2 with the summit hike to Mount Mitchell will be posted soon.
Views: 192 KeeFr Hikes
Mountain Biking in Duluth Minnesota was surprisingly great
Earlier this month I passed through Minnesota on a trip to visit Park Tool Company. I decided to visit the city of Duluth in the hopes of finding good mountain biking, and I'm really glad I did. Sure, Duluth has a reputation and I thought it would be good, but it was better than good. In this video, I'll tell you some of the reasons why.
Views: 309823 Seth's Bike Hacks
SEE THE WORLD 23: Peru, of mines and mountains
23rd episode of a ride from Alaska to Argentina and around the world. This one is at Northern Peru as I make my way through the big mine-lands and towards Cordillera Blanca following old roads and trails. more info on the episode, exact route, journal and music playlist at: (you can also subscribe there to get earlier access to new videos!!) https://iohangue.wordpress.com/2018/01/12/video-see-the-world-23-peru-of-mines-and-mountains/ the video project: http://www.bikewanderer.com/video https://www.instagram.com/iohangue/ https://www.facebook.com/thebikewanderer/ support! be a part of the ride and join 90+ patrons on Patreon at: https://www.patreon.com/iohangue also one-time donations at: https://www.gofundme.com/seetheworldYEAR3 Music (all property of respective individuals/record companies, so thats why there may be ads on the video or it may be blocked on mobile/in some countries) I am Oak - Trees and birds and fire Blaze Foley - Clay Pigeons Old Show Medicine Crow - Wagon Wheel Mark Knopfler - Before Gas and TV The Great Lake Swimmers - Your Rocky Spine Rachelle Van Zanten - Your Country Tallest man on earth - Into the Stream Johnny Cash - Troubled Waters Cinematic Orchestra - Home Albert Kubzein - Yensei Punk Edward Sharpe and the magnetic zeroes - life is hard tallest man on earth - dark bird is home
Views: 42174 Iohan Gueorguiev
MTB in the NSW Snowy Mountains featuring Bungarra Trails
The NSW Snowy Mountains is a great location for Mountain Biking, catering to every age and ability. Bungarra Trails, located at Bungarra Alpine Centre Jindabyne has plenty of trail riding and technical development focus for riders. Get a group together and stay onsite, with riding at your doorstep. For more info contact [email protected]
Views: 4202 ALI Bungarra
NO MOUNTAINS? NO PROBLEM!! // Singletrack Sampler
Who ever said you needed mountains to go mountain biking? Today we are out to show you can have just as much fun on the pavement with a buddy and a little creativity! Subscribe! http://bit.ly/2ovQ8hP This Channel is made Possible by YOU! http://bit.ly/supportthesampler Joe's MTB Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDwGPugX6uNIUnxGgtde5hQ RAD TITANIUM DJ BIKE http://bit.ly/2rORQ4C Singletrack Sampler Shirts http://bit.ly/STSMerchandise My Gear! http://amzn.to/2Aa1Fxb Joe and I didn't have time to get to the trails after work today, but we still wanted to get some pedaling in, so we decided to go for a street ride in dt Tampa after Joe scouted out a bunch of a potential fun spots. Turns out there were more than a few, and that you really can have fun anywhere on a bike. We spent the entire evening cruising town, play follow the leader, and stopping to session fun spots along the way. I think you all will enjoy this one quite a bit. The whole reminds me of being a kid on my bike and the feeling of endless possibilities and fun that it gives. LFRHGS Alexander
Views: 145228 The Singletrack Sampler
Peter Glasford on Mountains Biking at Blue Mountain (full)
Sea Otter Canada ambassador Peter Glassford talking about the amazing mountain bike trail opportunities at Blue Mountain The Sea Otter is coming to Blue Mountain, Ontario in July 2019. Join us for a 4 day celebration of everything cycling incl. Road, Gravel and Mountain Bike races, large expo with 200+ brands and 300+ demo bikes. festival incl. live music, local craft breweries and local food vendors.
Views: 85 Sea Otter Canada
M2C Mountains to Sea Race NZ 2016
M2C Mountains to Sea Race is returning on Friday 8th & Saturday 9th April 2016, covering 270km of classic kiwi terrain. Starting on the alpine slopes of Mt Ruapehu, winding up and down trails hidden in untouched native forests, streaming down the unique Whanganui waterway to finally reach the shores of the Tasman Sea. Entries are open now for individuals, teams, corporates, clubs, weekend warriors and die-hard competitors! Go to www.m2c.kiwi.nz to register
Views: 325 Wanganui NZ
Turkey's Black Sea Mountains - From the Air
Watch more Black Sea videos on Turkey channel: https://goo.gl/nEKYuH See the stunning mountain ranges of the Black Sea region of Turkey like you’ve never seen before – from the air! Matador’s filmmakers produced an amazing video of vistas over the Kaçkar Mountains, from the dizzying heights of Zilkale and Ayder Plateau down to the lush greenery of Çoruh Valley and Uzungöl! Check it out for yourself in Turkey's Black Sea Mountains - From the Air! #BlackSeaHunt #Turkey #Homeof #BlackSeaMountains
Views: 1506611 Turkey.Home
Virtual Mountain Bike Ride in The Rural Mountains of Mindoro of The Philippines
Our first real Virtual Mountain Bike Experience. Go visit the Rural Valleys and Mountain villages of Mindoro in The Philippines. Ride pass native huts and farmhouses and see how life is in a remote area of this fascinating tropical island where time has stood still for many decades. The rides go over mostly Sand Paths and some on remote roads For the Full HD without Watermark download version, please visit https://vimeo.com/ondemand/mindoro SUBSCRIBE For Unlimited Streaming for over 2000 Videos Of Treadmill Videos and Virtual Walks and Cycle Work Outs Please Visit www.worldnaturevideo.com
Views: 83 World Nature Video
10 Bike Tips & Hacks for MTB, Road, and Beyond
You know what time it is! Here's another 10 bike hacks video to kick off the fall, with tips for your tires, bike rack, and even your trail dog. Follow Eric Porter on Instagram @portermtb Watch this playlist of other Bike Hacks videos https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pWX7bdKmVpY&list=PL5S7V5NhM8JSV_SBE9HUgdKgKw-wEob2V No pups were harmed during the making of this video, although there's "that guy" in every comment section. #mtb #cycling #bicycles
Views: 1447562 Seth's Bike Hacks
Around the Mountains Cycle Trail, Southland, New Zealand
Soak up majestic mountain and lake scenery on this cycle trail, through secluded valleys, rustic farmland and historic settlements. Learn more: http://www.newzealand.com/int/feature/around-the-mountains/
Views: 13441 100% Pure New Zealand
mountain bike trip at eilat mountains
טיול אופניים בהרי אילת
Views: 113 David Pisoa
Trail Bike of the Year 2018 | Overall Winners | Mountain Bike Rider
Year after year, the relentless march of progress brings the full-suspension trail bike inching ever closer to perfection. | Click here to subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/user/MBRmagazine?sub_confirmation=1 And while it’s easy to bemoan the lack of standardization and inherited obsolescence that goes hand in hand with progress, it’s this constant evolution that makes every generation of trail bike that bit more capable than the last. This year is no exception. Take the Canyon Spectral CF 8.0 for example. Bar a slightly longer reach and a smidge lower BB height, its vital stats are virtually identical to the old Spectral. But these subtle improvements to the geometry and fit, combined with a revised suspension layout and fatter 2.6in tyres, make it a completely different proposition in the dirt. It’s fast, it’s confidence inspiring, and best of all, it’s a hell of a lot of fun. And that’s before we even mention the build kit. Factor in its direct to consumer business model, and only the Commençal Meta TR comes close to matching the Canyon’s value for money. Taken as a package, there’s no disputing the Spectral’s pedigree, and it’s easily deserving of that coveted ten out of ten rating. The 29er category was the most hotly contested this year. Proof, if it were needed, that 29er trail bikes haven’t lost any of their momentum. And, despite strong opposition from Whyte, YT and Trek, it was a wild-card entry from Vitus that won the day. A result made all the more impressive considering it’s the cheapest bike in the test by quite some margin. Once again, it was the details that really made all the difference. Little things like the wide trail up front to improve cornering confidence, and thicker-casing rear tyre to help avoid punctures. The RockShox Lyrik fork also gave the Escarpe 29 VRX a distinct advantage over its rivals with the excellent Charger RCT3 damper absorbing everything we could throw at it. The Escarpe offers room for improvement, though. The seat tube needs to be made shorter to better accommodate a 150mm dropper, and the bottom bracket could do with being a bit lower. Ironically these are both criticisms that were levied at last year’s winner, the YT Jeffsy. Seeing as both of these brands are young and dynamic, we suspect that neither will take our feedback lying down. For now though, Vitus has the upper hand. Winning Trail Bike of the Year in the Plus category two years on the trot, it’s fair to say that Scott is on a roll. With the most progressive sizing and geometry in class, the new Genius takes the winning formula first developed on the short-travel Spark and applies it to a 150mm platform. Scott is so far ahead of the competition, no other bike even comes close to challenging its supremecy. However, when you’re paying upwards of four thousand pounds for a bike, you can afford to be fussy, and much as we love having the two travel settings on the rear of the Genius 720, we don’t want it hooked up to the fork and we see no need for the full lockout. That’s the only fly in the ointment, but it was enough to stop the Genius 720 getting a perfect 10. So those are the headlines, but if you want the full scoop, be sure to watch our full reviews on all three winning bikes. These videos will be dropping next week, so stay tuned. More at: MBR: http://www.mbr.co.uk/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MBRmagazine Twitter: https://twitter.com/mbrmagazine Google +: https://plus.google.com/100709099986573088553
Views: 342354 Mountain Bike Rider
MTB Buyers Guide - What You Need To Know
Buying a mountain bike can be confusing at the best of times, thankfully US tech editor Josh Patterson is here to run you through what you need to know.
Views: 812929 BikeRadar
Towing a Trailer to Colorado to Ride MTB!
This video will be a little different, as I haven't had much time to ride over the last week. On Thursday I rented a travel trailer and set out towards Moab to attend Outerbike. If you're ever driven from the East coast out to the rockies, you should be able to relate to this trip. http://www.outerbike.com/ My Channel Sponsors Diamondback http://diamondback.com Box Components http://boxcomponents.com Slime Tubeless Sealant https://shop.slime.com/collections/tubeless-bicycle-tire-sealant
Views: 402423 Seth's Bike Hacks
Taiwan - Where Mountains Meet the Sea -
The film "Taiwan - Where Mountains Meet the Sea " gives you a glimpse not only of Taiwan's natural features, but also lets you see the people's efforts and achievements. At the same time, we hope that through this modern, quality film, you come to appreciate Taiwan better than ever.
Views: 28075 Info Taiwan
Ski To Sea 2010 - Team Johnny - Mountain Bike - 5x Speed - 1 of 2
This is the mountain biking leg for Ski To Sea 2010 shown at 5x speed.
Views: 1098 StevenLoeppky
Mountain Biking The Andes Mountains - Mendoza, Argentina XC MTB
Trek Superfly 100 Andes Mountains ride In Argentina with great landscapes. Place= Valle Hermoso, Mendoza Bike= Trek Supefly 100 Elite 2011 Altitude: 8500 Feet Recorded: Juanary 2014
Building the Mountains to Sea Trail
Volunteers in the Greensboro area have been meeting regularly to construct part of the Mountains to Sea Trail, which runs the width of North Carolina. Voices of John McCullough and David Craft. Photos by Kassondra Cloos
Views: 163 Kassondra Cloos
How To Climb Efficiently | Mountain Bike Skills
Climb more efficiently and climb faster! Subscribe to GMBN: http://gmbn.eu/subscribe Get exclusive GMBN gear in the GMBN store! http://gmbn.eu/shopgmbn Sign up to the GMBN newsletter: http://gmbn.eu/email In this video Scott takes you through some of the key techniques to climb as efficiently as possible. Got a tip to add? Let us know down in the comments! Watch more on GMBN... ▶︎ How To Get Fit Without Really Trying http://gmbn.eu/3J ▶︎ How To Train For Long Climbs http://gmbn.eu/3K ▶︎ Top 10 Excuses for Not Going Riding http://gmbn.eu/3L Click here to buy GMBN T-shirts, hoodies and more: http://gmbn.eu/gmbnshop The Global Mountain Bike Network is the best MTB YouTube channel, with videos for everyone who loves dirt: from the full-faced helmet downhill mountain biker to the lycra-clad cross country rider along with everyone and anyone in between. With the help of our pro and ex-pro riding team we’re here to inform, entertain and inspire you to become a better mountain biker, including videos on: - How to ride faster with expert knowledge - Fix everything with pro know-how - Ride anything with world-cup winning skills - Dial in your bike with bike set-up advice - In-depth entertaining features - Chat, opinion and interact with us on the Dirt Shed Show Welcome to the Global Mountain Bike Network | Covering Every Angle Thanks to our sponsors: Canyon bikes: http://gmbn.eu/Canyon SCOTT bikes: http://gmbn.eu/SCOTTbikes Crank Brothers: http://gmbn.eu/crankbros GT bikes: http://gmbn.eu/gtbikes Ass Savers: http://gmbn.eu/asssavers Smith Optics: http://gmbn.eu/smith YouTube Channel - http://gmbn.eu/GMBNsubs Facebook - http://gmbn.eu/GMBNFB Google+ - http://gmbn.eu/GMBNGplus Twitter - http://gmbn.eu/GMBNTW Instagram - http://gmbn.eu/GMBNIG GMBN Shop - http://gmbn.eu/gmbnshop GMBN newsletter - http://gmbn.eu/email Leave us a comment below!
Learning to Wheelie and Meeting Canadians! Sea Otter Classic 2019 Recap (Day 2)
Day 2 of the Sea Otter Classic was a huge success with lots of fun times with amazing people! The Canadians were in full force as well! Highly recommend checking this event out! http://www.seaotterclassic.com/ Vandoit: https://www.vandoit.com/ Northshore Racks: http://www.northshoreracks.com/ Sweet Earth Foods: https://www.sweetearthfoods.com/ Want to help support the channel? Find us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/awesomemtb Not a fan of Patreon? Paypal.me/awesomemtb Amazon Wish List: http://a.co/6MAzBrs Our Address: Hannah and Mo Awesome 8583 Irvine Center Drive #415 Irvine CA 92618 Follow Hannah on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hannahthekook/ Follow Mo on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/moawesome/ Follow Awesome MTB on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/awesome.mtb/ And Until Next Time...Ride Awesome! ----- OUR GEAR ----- (Affiliate links so you are helping the channel) The Gimbal I Use in all my POV: https://amzn.to/2A0B0Cb Extra Gimbal Batteries: https://amzn.to/2NI0cAG My Gopro https://amzn.to/2A18G2d Extra Gopro Batteries (you’ll need these!) https://amzn.to/2NICtAy GoPro Memory Card https://amzn.to/2CLbiE7 Chest Strap https://amzn.to/2A0lXbn External Hard Drive https://amzn.to/2IVW5QV Our Point and Shoot https://amzn.to/2IMxCxk Mo’s Helmet https://bit.ly/2AaqpVm Mo’s Pedals https://bit.ly/2Px6C7y Mo’s Front Tire https://bit.ly/2CIFUpZ Mo’s Rear Tire https://bit.ly/2PzB3dq Mo’s Favorite Gloves https://bit.ly/2PuiRBQ & His Favorite Jersey https://bit.ly/2PyeyWf Hannah’s Helmet https://bit.ly/2PAbOHR Hannah’s Pedals https://bit.ly/2OtYrN6 Hannah’s Front Tire https://bit.ly/2PvAj9e Hannah’s Rear Tire https://bit.ly/2yElcTB Hannah’s Favorite Gloves https://bit.ly/2AbiqY6 #seaotterclassic #hyrdoflask #seaotter Music: Rafaga de Dub by makina https://soundcloud.com/makinamakinama... Creative Commons — Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported — CC BY-SA 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b... Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/uAK5s5SXUdQ
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Exploring NC: Mountains-to-Sea Trail, Part 1
This video slideshow chronicles my 2008 winter adventure on the Mountains-to-Sea Trail and marks my YouTube debut. Enjoy my photographs, favorite hiking music, and commentary from my 2 month, 477-mile hike and 238-mile bike ride from the Outer Banks to the Blue Ridge Mountains! If you would like to read about my adventures, get recommendations on day and weekend trips along the trail, and read my backpacking advice and philosophy, check out my blog at http://hikingNC.blogspot.com Please support the Friends of the Mountains-to-Sea Trail. This trail is a real gem, but in need of a little more love and development. You may NOT use any of my photographs without my permission.
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Downhill Mountain Bike vs. Horseface // Following Seth's Bike Hacks Down The Steepest Trail Ever
This Channel made possible by YOU! https://www.patreon.com/singletracksampler Singletrack Sampler SHIRTS! http://bit.ly/STSonTeespring My Gloves! http://bit.ly/HandupGloves My Gear! http://amzn.to/2Aa1Fxb Subscribe! http://bit.ly/2ovQ8hP There are a number of firsts happening in this video - first time Seth visited Windrock, the first time I ever stepped foot on a full downhill bike with double crown, and the first time I've ever ridden with a pro racer (Neko Mullaly). But there is something that definitely isn't a first: Seth talking me into doing some crazy stuff!! In today's video, the guys at Windrock Bike Park has set me up on there Santa Cruz V10 DH bike so that I could see what it was like to utilize a full 8.5 inches of squish. I spend the early parts of the day feeling the bike out and comparing it to the feeling of my trail bike. Then, as the day progresses, and Seth continues to egg me on, we put this bike to the ultimate test on the steepest trail I have ever seen, yet alone ridden. This day was an absolute blast, and I hope you all enjoy getting to see the behind the scenes debauchery. I think this video in particular will give everyone a great idea of why we are so stoked on having Windrock Bike Park a mere 3 hours (worth it) from Asheville. This is going to be a slightly less bumpy ride thanks to the big bike, but regardless, grab that favorite beverage, strap in, and let's rip!! LFRHGS Alexander
Views: 458818 The Singletrack Sampler
Dji Spark Drone vs. Mountain Biking.  Is it a game changer?
Subscribe for more! http://bit.ly/sub2trailboss I recently bought a Dji Spark for taking more self shot pictures and videos. Is it a game changer? Lets take a look and see how it works for mountian biking in this completely self shot edit. Check out the Dji Spark here: https://www.uniquephoto.com/dji-spark
Views: 193849 Jeff Lenosky
FOALS - Mountain At My Gates [Official Music Video] (GoPro Spherical)
Watch the “Mountain At My Gates” music video at 4K on desktop or 720p on mobile devices. Directed by NABIL for United Realities http://united-realities.com Shot 100% on the GoPro HERO camera from http://GoPro.com. GoPro spherical content requires Google Chrome or the YouTube App on Mobile. View in Google Chrome and use AWSD keys or your mouse to move around. Check out the GoPro Behind the Scenes video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TO-m3exi27M The new album WHAT WENT DOWN featuring "London Thunder," "A Knife In The Ocean," "Mountain At My Gates" & "What Went Down" is out now: http://foals.co.uk. Connect with Foals: Instagram: http://instagram.com/foals Twitter: http://twitter.com/foals Facebook: http://facebook.com/foals Tumblr: http://wearefoals.tumblr.com
Views: 17098805 Foals
Climbing Mountains on a Track Bike with Patrick Seabase | Gillette World Sport
►Subscribe to Gillette World Sport: http://bit.ly/GWSsub Patrick Seabase fell in love with the simplicity of track bikes, but refused to limit himself to cycling on tracks, taking his track bikes to new heights within the Swiss Alps. ►How to Climb a Mountain with Chris Froome & Team SKY: http://bit.ly/GWSFroome ►The Rise and Rise of Danny MacAskill: http://bit.ly/GWSDannyMacaskill Get more World Sport Facebook: http://bit.ly/GWSFacebook Twitter: http://bit.ly/GWSTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/GWSInstagram
Views: 15423 World Sport
California @ 20mph - Mountains to Sea Trail - Back Bay Newport Beach - eBike Tour
California @ 20mph - Mountains to Sea Trail - Back Bay Newport Beach - eBike Tour
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Cloud ride in Santa Monica Mountains
Beautiful day!
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Ice & Palms (Full Movie) | VAUDE
A 100% self-powered bike + ski adventure. Jochen Mesle and Max Kroneck start their biggest and most extraordinary ski tour so far. The mission: Bikepacking across the alps and skiing some iconic mountains along the way - no motor allowed! The two friends have traveled the world for many mountainous adventures, but while skiing in distant locations this idea grew in their minds: a ski expedition that starts right on their own doorsteps. Six weeks, 1.800 km, 35.000 vertical meters and a dream come true. AWARDS: Audience Award Filmfest St. Anton 2018 Jury Prize Winterfilm Festival 2018 Best Mountain Sports Film - Fort William Film Festival 2019 Finalist Banff Mountain Film Festival 2018 Best Mountain Sports Film - Vancouver Mountain Film Festival CREDITS: Producer: Jochen Mesle, Max Kroneck, Philipp Becker, Johannes Müller Director: Jochen Mesle, Max Kroneck, Philipp Becker, Johannes Müller Production company: El Flamingo Production year: 2018 Film website: www.iceandpalms.com Special Thanks: Family Mesle Eva & Max Habazettl Family Kroneck Silvia Meier Johannes Schnitzer & Petra Schwarz Cyclist on the way to Andermatt (Chris Gmür - https://bit.ly/2KO9DlZ) Edelrid Fornohütte Check the project blog: iceandpalms.com (German only) SOUNDTRACK: https://spoti.fi/2IE9xLe Subscribe to our Channel for more Outdoor Movies: http://vd.cm/channelsubscribe Find out more about Vaude on our Website: http://www.vaude.com/ Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/VAUDE.Sport Visit us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/vaudesport/?hl=de Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/VAUDE_sport Follow us on Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/vaudesport/ Watch more Outdoor Movies on this Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL496FDF1ED9A07363 Explore the beauty of nature, no matter what weather, temperature & countryside. VAUDE is Europe’s most environmentally friendly outdoor brand, to let sportsmen & women enjoy nature & to support their outdoor adventures like free skiing, climbing, hiking & mountain biking. Mountain sports are our roots & mountains our foundation & brand symbol. They stand for the high expectations in our work at VAUDE. Witness the fascination of outdoor adventures on our channel.
Views: 120994 VAUDE

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