SRAM | Eagle 1x Drivetrain

SRAM introduced the first-ever, purpose-built 1x drivetrain, and is the absolute leader in 1x technology and innovation. We have manufactured, tested and ridden hundreds of thousands of SRAM 1x™ drivetrains, and have capitalized on the lessons learned from our experience to create all-new drivetrains with Eagle™ Technology. Eagle™ drivetrains provide unparalleled performance, enhanced toughness and durability, and the freedom of a 500-percent gear range. 


Rockshox | Rebirth of the champion - SID

No mountain bike fork has epitomized success more than SID. Gold in every Olympics since 2000. More major international race wins than any other fork. An unwavering dedication to light weight, precision, performance and speed. A fierce commitment to competition.


SRAM | Wide is Fast - Roam 60

The new ROAM 60’s careful combination of shape, width, design, and materials yields a new carbon wheelset that gives bikers the speed-enabling features they want—and the critical reliability they need. Lightweight, high-strength 30-mm carbon rims increase control and confidence in any terrain. The precision engagement of DOUBLE TIME™ hubs ensure quick, consistent power delivery from the pedals, and a durable, smooth-rolling feel. The new ROAM 60 is the wheel for riders who want everything and don’t like to compromise.




Mike Zinger | SIGMA ARTisans

A photographer & filmmaker in Victoria, B.C., Mike took up sewing to create bicycle bags that worked for him. It quickly evolved into a line of backpacks, bags, and accessories known as Farsik.


Andrew dunkerton | SIGMA ARTISANS

Andrew Dunkerton is a retired carpenter who now spends his days carving First Nations-style art. Using hand tools given to him over 30 years ago and drift wood he finds in his hometown of Roberts Creek, B.C., Andrew creates masterpieces from his workshop.


SRAM | Steps to the top - Brandon Semenuk

For all three rounds of the Crankworx Slopestyle Championships, we followed the athletes onstage and backstage, as we documented their struggles and triumphs. It started back in March, when Crankworx made its debut in Rotorua, New Zealand. In one of the most picturesque slopestyle settings imaginable, the Brandon Semenuk - Brett Rheeder rivalry resurfaced, and the two were thrown back into the spotlight.