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Olympians on Galbraith: U.S. National Team training on local trails

Story by Spencer Paxson Photos by Caleb Smith "Lean it harder! Lean it! Now open it up!” I hear the coach shout from above as we...

A Northwest Touch: Local trail builders on a digging holiday at...

Story and photos by Brad Andrew The mountain bike trail builder is a unique breed. The trail builder leads a life of labor that garners...

All things bicycle on display at the Seattle Bike Show

Thousands of local bicycle enthusiasts and industry folks flocked to the Seattle Bike Show like spokes to a hub last weekend.  The annual event at...

Bikepacking in Chile and Argentina

By Cory Tarilton Photos by Lauren Dunn Many changes signal the end of summer in the Pacific Northwest. The mountains shed their green hues in exchange...

Kona comes to Bellingham

Story and photos by Teresa Schmidt Kona Bikes, a Whatcom County-bred manufacturing company with a global following, is several months into its bold decision to...

Fat Biking

Not just for the fringe By Spencer Paxson The cynics have called it an “abomination of the noblest invention.” The visionaries have deemed it a portal...

Adventures in Cyclocross

By Spencer Paxson Alpinist Fred Beckey once said of mountaineering, “an adventurous goal helps one discover those essential human qualities – curiosity, patience, fear, alertness,...

Cascadia Classics

Pro mountain biker Spencer Paxson shares some of his favorite trails.

Dial in your bike fit

These easy adjustments can make for a much better bike ride.

Tommyhoi by bike

Biking the Mt. Baker Highway to Twin Lakes and hiking Tommyhoi Peak.