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Mountain Bike Reviews - Smith Forefront MIPS 2018
Mountain Bike Reviews - Smith Forefront MIPS 2018
Smith Forefront MIPS

Smith’s groundbreaking Forefront helmet gets the MIPS treatment in an upgrade that sees safety even further improved in this impressive lid. The striking looks of the Forefront were turning heads when it first came out, and it still does today. The primary tech inside was the use of the AEROCORE which utilised Koroyd’s impact protection system to create a low…

Mountain Bike Reviews - Smith Forefront Helmet  2014
Mountain Bike Reviews - Smith Forefront Helmet  2014
Smith Forefront Helmet

Weight: 330Grams Now for something completely different… Smith are known for their eyewear and their snowboard helmets, but they have just brought their A game to the mountain bike table with the Forefront. Firstly lets get the obvious out of the way, the Forefront looks a little different. It’s not really styled like anything we have seen before, and it’s…

7 days ago

Nate: Noah Sears and I celebrated #nationalbeerday this past Wednesday by riding PBR, out at the 18rd trails in Fruita, Colorado. See what I did…

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4 weeks ago

My first time riding the section of AZT Bellota from Reddington to Milagrosa with Sam Schultz, Randy Sooter, Kyle Mears and Josh Tostado. As classic…

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1 month ago

As Nate Hills says, After ending last week's episode in the dark, redemption was due on what is probably regarded as Tucson's most classic trail,…

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2 months ago

Nate says: Molino Basin and Bellota are two of the finer sections of the Arizona Trail, if I do say so myself. #followcamfriday on this…

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2 months ago

If there is a local favorite DH track in Tucson, Bug Springs has to be the one. Nestled into the tight turns of Mount Lemmon,…

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2 months ago

Nate Hills: No animals were harmed in the making of this #followcamfriday. Basically, you ride Wild Burro to the top, Wild Mustang in the middle…

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3 months ago

As Nate Hills says: Alex Petitdemange is one of those guys that is good at everything. Witnessing his precision on the track was humbling and…

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3 months ago

Take to the trails of Sedona with Nate Hills and Jeff Kendall-Weed: I filmed this last week as we both ended up in Sedona, Arizona…

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3 months ago

Nate Hills heads to the original site of the Red Bull Rampage aboard his enduro bike to take on some of the gnarliest terrain, here's…

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4 months ago

I can honestly say that in all of my years of traveling and riding bikes, I have never seen anything quite like this. The average…

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4 months ago

As Nate says, I am not entirely sure where to begin here but I guess I have known Shawn for about 15 years and have…

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5 months ago

Nate Hills: It has been a couple of years since I have had the pleasure of riding Longhorn. This became Denver's first bikes only directional…

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Issue 62

Bored with the same old trail? Take some advice from Ben Gerrish and explore the less travelled lines on your local loop. Get creative and go play on your bike while sharpening your skills and seeing what is possible with a little imagination.

1 year ago
Issue 59

An institution in their own rights, Sven and Boris are two of the best photographers in the business and have produced countless iconic images. Samantha Dugon finds out more about this dynamic duo.

2 years ago
Issue 59

The most popular movies from the IMB website over the last two months!

2 years ago
Issue 55

Editor Rou Chater laments on the art of crashing and how we as mountain bikers are never far away from that next off. He’s speaking from experience after crashing in Les Arcs recently and managing to break three bones in his leg and ankle and snap all the ligaments too.

3 years ago
Issue 55

Isac Paddock gets up close and personal with one of the fastest riders on the planet and the man who keeps him rolling, John Hall. We find out about the relationship between the mechanic and the rider, and why it is so crucial to top level performance.

3 years ago
Issue 52

Rou and the IMB Team head to Les Arcs in the Savoie region of the Alps to rediscover one of the best mountain bike locations in Europe. With runs from the top of the mountain to the valley floor and a hugely improved bike park they make new friends, ride amazing trails and discover somewhere they might try and call home.

3 years ago
Issue 51

Enduro rigs, a hardtail and a plus sized trail bike that's friendly on the wallet. This issue we take a look at no compromise race machines from Giant and Canyon whilst getting back to basics with a trail ready hardtail from Sonder. Marin continues to impress with their trail bikes and we take a look at the latest SRAM drivetrain, the GX Eagle.

3 years ago
Issue 47

The joker, the jester, the class clown, you'd be a fool to think Yoann Barelli isn't serious about riding bikes. With results capable of hitting the top ranks of the World Series this is one rider who takes his racing seriously, but those who know how to work hard, know how to play hard too!

4 years ago
Issue 47

More images with no particular place to call home this issue!

4 years ago
Issue 46

We’ve just launched a huge update to the App we have been working on for the last 18 months! Find out all about it here!

4 years ago
Issue 45

Emily Slaco gambles on a 48hrs journey to find a mini paradise in the Canary Islands and discovers what makes this little island so great. Food, drink, amazing trails and great company combine to create an unforgettable trip in an exotic location in the Atlantic.

4 years ago
Issue 45

Boutique brand Pivot have been supplying the bike world with top-end desirable machines since 1997, but what is it about these bikes that gets riders so excited? And what does it take to make the ultimate bike and the perfect riding experience, we chat to the man behind Pivot, Chris Cocalis.

4 years ago

For over 50 years Smith Optics has hung its hat on a heritage of authenticity, innovating products for the fresh-air addict who pushes their limits and gear daily.

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