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Review: A Purpose Ridden, by Ryan Correy

Ryan Correy's honest memoir deconstructs an evolving father-son relationship, uncovers the struggles in becoming one of Canada’s most respected adventure cyclists and, in this revised edition, discusses the dramatic impact of his cancer diagnosis. [...]

A Shot in the Dark: Interview with SHIFT’s Kelly Milner

SHIFT tells the story of a group of aboriginal youth in Carcross, Yukon, who have spent the past 10 years converting historical trails in the mountains around their community into a world-class mountain biking destination. Writer and director Kelly Milner shares her creative process, and the importance of telling positive stories about Indigenous people and the North. [...]

Anthill Films Not2Bad to Premiere in Banff

The premiere of Anthill Films 'Not 2 Bad' is coming to Banff Ave Brewing co. on June 21st. It's time to get together to celebrate mountain biking and support our local trail crew the Bow Valley Mountain Bike Alliance! [...]

Life Lessons in Mountain Biking

Sometimes life too closely resembles a bone-crushing mountain bike ride on the hardest trails you've ever encountered. Or, maybe it's the other way around: a mountain bike ride reminds you of the toughest times you've had in life. In this piece, contributor C.B. Macintosh confronts the messiness of life by drawing inspiration from the three rules of mountain biking. [...]

7 Women-Only Adventures in the Canadian Rockies

Women are going harder, faster and farther in adventure sports today, and they’re blazing wider trails in the Canadian Rockies. With the support of regional businesses, it’s part of a revolution sparked by some gutsy, ponytail-clad pioneers. Writer John Reid digs into why women are looking for gender-specific experiences and recommends seven women-only, Rockies-based programs. [...]