Watch Braydon Bringhurst’s Film ‘8600FT’
Climbing mountain biking’s iconic ‘Whole Enchilada’ trail in Moab, Utah.
“The Whole Enchilada” is one of mountain biking’s most epic trails—attracting expert-level riders from around the globe to Moab, Utah, to challenge its 8000-plus feet of descending over rugged and raw terrain littered with rock drops and boulder fields. But no one has ever tried to ride up every inch of the trail—until now. Equally mentally challenging as physical, “8600FT” is a 1.5-hour feature-length film of Braydon Bringhurst’s attempt to summit "The Whole Enchilada."
Agile, capable, and most importantly, fun, Spectral 29 is sure to make your riding experience unforgettable. If you’re looking for a versatile mountain bike ready for any trail, the aggressive geometry will give you the control you need to ride any trail any way you want.
Impossible Route: Far West Texas
The very first episode of the Impossible Route covered the daring attempt to traverse Death Valley by gravel bike. Deep sand, grueling heat, and desert survival shocked cyclists Jeremiah Bishop and Tyler ”Vegan Cyclist,” and left them with many important lessons. With bags packed, lessons learned, and a new challenge in mind, our intrepid duo are making a return to the desert for the start of the second season of the Impossible Route.
The Best Gravel Setup for Belgian Waffle Ride: California from Eddie Anderson
Wondering what to ride at this year’s Belgian Waffle Ride: California? Hear directly from Alpecin-Fenix's Eddie Anderson on his recommended rig for the big race.
Trail Mountain Bike Buyer’s Guide
Trail bikes are the most popular style of mountain bike and with good reason—they aim to achieve the knobby tire Holy Grail— a bike that climbs and descends equally well. Your ride style and where you ride will shape your own idea of the perfect do-it-all trail bike. Fortunately, we have the spectrum fully covered.
RAD Tribute Video “BRAYD” Pays Homage to 1980’s Bicycle Culture
Trail rider Braydon Bringhurst's innovative riding style is inspired by his love of the iconic 1980's BMX movie RAD.