Troy Lee Designs Kenevo

What would you do if you free rein to paint a Specialized mountain bike? Over the years, Troy Lee has answered this question several times with a range of trail-blazing bikes. And if you're hungry for his latest creation, here's a Troy Lee Designs Special Edition with some real juice.

'Cross Tracks

There’s the race, and then there’s what gives the race its personality. Join us as we undertake a different kind of UCI World Cup course preview, from the spirited fields in the USA to the hallowed cyclocross stomping grounds of Belgium and beyond.

Roll

The Roll is the kind of bike you want to put your mark on—and that’s just what we let a bunch of Specialized designers do. Take little internal competition, a little imagination, and let the good times Roll.

Littlest Ambassador

Ruby Isaac won't back down—she's got dreams to chase and energy to burn. Gutsy and fierce, she's determined to go as fast as she possibly can on two wheels, ride her way to the Olympics, and inspire other kids to get into cycling along the way. Dream big, Ruby—you've got this.

New Tarmac

New Tarmac

How To Ride Long

Completing a long ride will fill your confidence cup to overflowing, but how do you work your way up to one? Here's everything you need to dream, plan, and execute your longest ride ever.

How to Trackstand

No trail critter, traffic light gawker, or ride partner worth their salt can resist the allure of watching you execute the perfect trackstand. It’s a killer combo of balance, beauty, and basic bad-assery, and while Kate demonstrates it in this video, we’ve also pulled together a couple of tips to help you practice.

How To Bunny Hop

It’s not just for tricks and looking cool, a bunny hop will help you clear logs and trail obstacles, and it can save your bacon when you’re out on the road. Think about it—curbs, potholes, railroad tracks—the bunny hop is a veritable parachute out of danger. And did we mention it looks cool? It’s time to channel your inner Thumper and up your hop game.

The Secret to Switchbacks

When you’re first starting out mountain biking, there are the basics to learn—to look ahead, body position, braking—and then there’s the biggest, but most rewarding, headache of them all: Switchbacks. Here are some basics, plus a switchback primer, to get you rolling that singletrack with confidence.