Darren Berrecloth

Darren Berrecloth’s innovative riding style and professional business acumen brought freeriding to the masses and helped elevate freeride competition to international status. “Bearclaw” grew up in North Vancouver at the foot of the mountains where Canada’s pioneer freeriders were altering the perception of what was humanly possible astride a mountain bike. Darren, however, was dead […]

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Radek Burkat

Radek Burkat emigrated with his family from Poland, so most of his early years were spent scrambling to learn a new language, navigating the Canadian school system, and assimilating into a culture that must have seemed like the Wild West. Radek emerged from that experience as a gifted computer systems engineer who had recently discovered […]

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Dave Kelly & Rob McSkimming

If a place could be inducted into the Mountain Biking Hall of Fame, it ought to be the Whistler Mountain Bike Park (WMBP). Since opening in 1999, the WMBP has served as a hothouse for global mountain bike culture, concentrating so much energy in one place that it launched countless athletic careers, generated previously unknown […]

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A sad day for cycling, a legend amongst us has passed on. For 46 years Tony Tom and his "A Bicycle Odyssey" shop in Sausalito, California offered cycling fanatics the finest from around the world.

Join us on December 12th for a memorial ride around Paradise Drive in Tiburon. Meet at Dunphy Park across from A Bicycle Odyssey and be ready to leave at 10:00am. A celebration of Tony's life will follow afterwards back at the park. There's a new gofundme campaign to care for his mom Ruby and if you would like to contribute the link will appear after you sign up below.

Sign up for more info as it becomes available.