Champery Still Rocks

The boys from ShapeRideShoot get their late season shred on as the snow is late in Switzerland this year, making the most of the trails before the inevitable white stuff falls from the sky marking the end of another great year on the bikes!

“Champery is a Swiss resort well known in the MTB scene because it owns one of the steepest tracks, which became famous with Danny Hart’s winning run during 2011 World championships. What people know less is that you can find a few more trails just as fun as that one. I spent a few days up there filming with Julien Fournier, one of the locals, and my mate Vincent Tupin in unexpectedly dry terrain for the season in these mountains. This year, winter is starting pretty badly with little precipitation and warm temperatures under the sun. We had such a contrast between the sunny areas and the shadows. On one side of the mountain you can ride in the dust with your bike while you can ski at the same elevation on the other.”

There is the beaten track, there is getting off the beaten track, and then there is this place! Check out these three riders from Austria who ditch the Alps an...

2 weeks ago
1,985

There is no off-season for James Doerfling, follow him as he goes in search of rideable trails escaping the snow back home. Plastered in mud and soaked through...

6 days ago
948

I can only imagine how many of us dream of having this kind of lifestyle. Who wouldn't want to sack off work to ride in one of the most beautiful places in the...

13 hours ago
853

  If you watch just one video today, make sure it's this one. Danny Pace, Matt Macduff, Sam Reynolds, Blake Samson, and Dylan Stone head to South Africa,...

4 days ago
736

Check out 16-year-old Sacha Bickerstaff, a young pinner from Northern Ireland. At the British Downhill Series in Fort Bill she smashed the Junior category, pu...

6 days ago
660
Mountain Bike Magazine Online and Free

IMB is a free international online mountain bike magazine that focuses on all aspects of mountain bike. It is published every 2 months and is completely free to read. This free online mountain bike magazine is the most successful online mountain bike magazine of its kind. With readers in over 150 countries round the world it is the only mountain bike magazine to achieve a true global status.

Each free issue of IMB comes packed full of articles about the sport of mountain bike. Regular features include our very popular video technique section with moves for beginners intermediates and experts alike. Add to that a mix of mountain bike news, travel and interviews from around the globe and you have everything you will ever need to keep you up to date with mountain bike.

IMB is the world's number one online mountain bike magazine. IMB is FREE to read and published 6 times a year by Next Element Ltd.

Total Page Flicks 114,437,666
TOP