Friday Shredits: Cold Rolled Fatbike Singletrack, PDW, Rampage and more

It’s like Tron in real life. Thanks to WOOProductions and Endless Gap, we get this enlightening video where LEDs were mounted to both bike and rider.

Make sure to check out the Cold Rolled fatbike series after the break!

Still don’t get fatbikes? Maybe the Cold Rolled short film series will shed some light on the matter. As a partnership between Clear & Cold Cinema, Salsa Cycles, and TravelMarquetteMichigan.com, Cold Rolled takes a closer look at the Winter cycling scene, and how fatbikes are changing the way we view snow in places like Marquette, Michigan. One of these days, I’ll make my way up there to check out the Snow Bike Route – a 15 mile winter singletrack designed specifically for fatbikes.

#FYFB

Admittedly a month old at this point, with cross season wrapping up, PDW’s most recent video on the BreadWinner CX team is still totally worth a watch. Go out, work hard, ride home.

Thinking about going to Woodward At Copper? This video makes it look like a ton of fun, so if you weren’t planning on it, maybe you should.

Road to Rampage, Episode 8. Redbull brings us even more Rampage coverage as Tyler McCaul prepares for battle.

Part 2 of Sram’s XX1 Enduro series, Flat out and Focused.

Enduro is demanding on riders and bikes in the same way: it requires a unique combination of all-out riding and reliability over long stages, multiple days of racing and ultimately a long season. This second chapter follows the best enduro racers in the world from the iconic Mega Avalanche in Alpe d’Huez to the final race of the Enduro World Series in Finale Ligure, Italy. Here, in addition to Jerome Clementz’s victory in both the race and overall, Curtis Keene, Rene Wildhaber, Anka Martin, Anneke Beerten and many more reflect on the first season of the Enduro World Series and what it means to be an enduro racer today.

Comments

Mindless - 12/20/13 - 12:28pm

Fatbikes are cool.

skipdapbaddamarangdoo - 12/22/13 - 12:12pm

Are the l.e.d.’s ok?

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