In case you were unaware, I want to fill you in: my latest personal project has been building an Instagram account. At this point it's hardly new, with 324+ photos posted and 627+ followers. But unlike some things that start and then barely get off the ground, I've thoroughly been enjoying Instagram, and I don't see my efforts there diminishing anytime soon.

For one thing, it's basic: posting photos of beautiful places and cool experiences is something I've been doing for many, many years anyways, and bringing it to this platform is easy and seamless. However, it can be as intricate as you want to make it: interacting with people and participating in hashtags and challenges adds an entertaining dimension that I really enjoy.

So what are you waiting for? Click on over and give me a follow!

Apparently Ibis enjoyed my recent review:

If you've dropped by this website lately, you'll notice that there haven't been many updates. While perhaps this might lead you to think that I haven't been writing, that's just simply not the case.

On the contrary: I've been so busy writing and working as a writer and Editor in Chief that I've neglected to spend any time writing about my writing.

So if you want to stay up-to-date on the latest articles that I've written for, be sure to click on over to my author page.

Weighing in at a claimed 1,345 grams, you might think these gorgeous carbon wheels are intended for mere XC race duty… but you’d be wrong. The Easton EC70 wheels are designed for trail riding, meaning that they’re more than happy blasting through the rocks and up and over mountains… but more on that below.
The new fork reportedly has new internal components which “increase the small bump sensitivity and high-speed suppleness of the fork.” Cannondale claims that the dual-crown single-leg design make this long-travel enduro fork both stiffer and lighter than the competition.

Read the full article here.

I took to the Duro glasses very naturally. The light weight, solid coverage, and sporty features combine with a rather casual styling quite nicely. But don’t get confused: these are performance glasses through and through. Since I picked them up at Interbike in September, I’ve ridden well over a thousand miles with these on my face.
Whether or not it actually was at the core before, Backcountry’s new pro team, as well as their sponsorship of Utah’s high school mountain biking league, proves that they are now all-in with mountain biking.