Crankworx Rotorua Bikezilla
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NEWS: CRANKWORX ROTORUA GIANT TOA ENDURO BY CAMELBAK

Through sweat and dust, two non-local Kiwis rose to the challenge to take the win in the first event of Crankworx Rotorua 2020. Wellington’s Rae Morrison accomplished total stage domination, while New Plymouth’s Eddie Masters took four out of six stages over the course of the day.
Bikezilla Chiang Mai Street Riding
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EVENT: BRINGING BACK THE RIDERS ONTO THE STREETS OF CHIANG MAI

Bikezilla saw the situation of the Thailand National Sports University Chiang Mai Campus Skate & BMX Park and was deeply saddened. We are aware of the good times when the bike park was at its prime. It is now a forgotten place. The riders are gone… We want the street ride culture in Chiang Mai to come back!
E Mountain Bike Bikezilla
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SPOTLIGHT: THE E-MTB EXPERIENCE

The electric mountain bike is fast gaining its way into mountain bike lifestyle – epic rides and race formats. Is it really the easy way out of real cycling? Or are we opening up to to more options? Our Chiang Mai representative shares her views.

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Crankworx Bikezilla
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NEWS: WHO’S WHO AT CRANKWORX 2020

Kings, Queens, hopefuls, all-stars, and up-and-comers preparing to descend on New Zealand for first stop of 2020 Crankworx World Tour
Wildside Chiang Mai
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DESTINATION: GET ON THE WILD SIDE

Enter Wildside Chiang Mai. At first glance, some may say this is not a bike park. It isn’t. It’s a bike playground and a mini bike lifestyle eco-system. This concept works perfectly for Chiang Mai. It is easier, faster and cheaper to setup than those big bike parks, adopts the Go-Green Mountain Biker philosophy and totally scaleable for expansion both within Thailand and beyond. Now we get to enjoy the benefits of big bike parks with a smaller construction footprint over our beloved mountains.
Rachel Atherton Bikezilla
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SPOTLIGHT: RACHEL IS BACK

RACHEL ATHERTON BACK ON THE BIKE AND TARGETING WORLD CUP RETURN The 32-year-old talks rehab, World Cup return, weddings and new bikes. Rachel Atherton has set her sights on winning her…
Bikezilla x Chiang Mai Bike Playground
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BIKEZILLA X CHIANG MAI BIKE PLAYGROUND 2020

NOW AVAILABLE ON A LIMITED RUN Join the community at Wild Side Chiang Mai and beyond. Wild Side Chiang Mai is what we call the dream eco-system for bike life.…

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RIDER: COURAGE ADAMS STREET BMX

Courage Adams left Nigeria when he was just five-years-old to relocate to Spain with his family. Eighteen years on, the BMX rider has returned to the land of his birth on two wheels. Inspired to do so by last year’s film following Starboy and the Lagos BMX Crew, ‘Encouraged’ sees Adams trace his roots back to the family home in Benin City.
Soil Searching Specialized Bikezilla
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ED NOTE: LOOKING INTO THE SOUL OF MOUNTAIN BIKING

Just weeks ago, while riding along a nice technical session of a trail in Singapore, I got into a introspective debate on how much sanitization should trails be treated with. Too much work on it and it becomes unnatural but not tending to it enough makes it unrideable. It’s a constant dilemma I have been dwelling on for years. At about the time when I was about to give in to bias opinions within my old-school-klunker brain, I got a call from Specialized’s Asia Pacific office. Soil Searching is coming to this region and Bikezilla was invited to the Trail Builders’ Summit at Minami-Alps, Japan. This marked the first step to my soul-searching trip.