The Tail Whip with Phil Sundbaum

Wanna learn to tail whip? Phil Sundbaum shows you how in this video.

The Tail Whip w/ Phil Sundbaum from Kris Jamieson (Jaymo) on Vimeo.


Brian Miller shreds his way around the SF Bay

Brian Miller stars in this cool WTB promo video shot in a variety of locations around the San Francisco Bay area.

Bay Area mixtape - More Mountain Bike Videos


New Phil Sundbaum video, part 1

Cory Tepper got some new video of Phil Sundbaum doing what he does best on his Steel Reserve. Part 1 of 2...we'll post up the second half soon!


Phil Sundbaum breaks his foot!

Yep, Phil broke his foot while he was out riding last week so he'll be on the sidelines for a couple of months. Luckily, he won't need surgery but he will be hobbling around in a sweet walking cast/boot thing that he wasted no time customizing...

Since Phil was out of commission and couldn't ride this past weekend, he decided to host a little Haro jam at the Fenwick skatepark up in Washington state. Phil grilled up hot dogs and served up soda for all 60 riders that showed up for the jam.

Phil's friend Tony Archibeque got some of the jam action on video....

Fenwick Jam 2010 from Tony Archibeque JR on Vimeo.


Mary goes everywhere...

This video shows some true 29er versatility. This guy rides his fully rigid Mary SS down some pretty technical stuff. It's a little bit cross country and a little bit of trials...it all adds up to great riding skills on some amazing trails.

29er-rocks from amotion.at on Vimeo.


Haro’s going on Tour!

The weather in California is getting warmer…time for a ROAD TRIP! The Haro rig is hitting the road this weekend and heading up north for the week-long Tour of California. That’s right, we’re going on tour!

We’ll have a booth set up each day at the MBT Lifestyle Festival which will be located near the finish line at each stage finish. Festival hours are 11am to 4:30pm each day. Stage finish cities and dates go as follows:

• Stage 1, May 16: Sacramento
• Stage 2, May 17: Santa Rosa
• Stage 3, May 18: Santa Cruz
• Stage 4, May 19: Modesto
• Stage 5, May 20: Bakersfield
• Stage 6, May 21: Big Bear Lake
• Stage 7, May 22: Los Angeles
• Stage 8, May 23: Thousand Oaks

Be sure to stop by the Haro booth to check out the bikes we’ll have on display, grab some Haro stickers, and pick up a tube of our all-natural Haro lip balm we’ll be giving away.

Haro pro trials rider Mike Steidley will be performing his signature bike stunt show twice daily in our booth. The first show will be at 12:30pm and the second show is scheduled for 2:30pm (this time might float a little bit based on when the peleton is due to arrive at the finish line).

We're raffling off a bike a day at each stage of the TOC with the proceeds to benefit Susan G. Komen For the Cure! Raffle tickets are just $1 each, so for less than the cost of a cup of coffee you can help join the fight against breast cancer and have the chance to win a Haro or Masi bicycle.

We’ll also be giving away some other cool prizes each day…but you have to follow us on Twitter to win! Each day, we’ll be sending out a “TOC Tweet” that will contain the word of the day. The first 10 people who show this tweet to us at the booth will get a Haro tee shirt. The second 10 people will get a Haro water bottle. Be sure to follow us on Twitter…@HaroBikesMTB.

See you on the road!


Brian Miller sessions the Santa Cruz jumps

Almost a year ago, Brian Miller moved to Santa Cruz, CA. With contest season coming, he decided to pack his truck and hit the road. This was filmed during his last few sessions at the trails.

Video courtesy of Jackson Allen


Jamie Goldman's yard

We just got home from the Upsidedown and Underground comp in Jamie Goldman's backyard in Bend, OR. The team killed it there riding nonstop all weekend, his yard is so much fun!! More than anything this event was about fun, there was a best trick jam, a pumptrack race, and a jump comp on the big line as well. In the best trick jam I was working on some 360 tailwhips, Brian Miller was doing 360 tuck no handers and some other good stuff, and I can't even remember what Watts was doing, he's wild! On the big line I crashed just before finals started while tailwhipping the biggest jump, and bruised the crap out of my tailbone! It was a fun 12 hour drive home.... Anyway Miller put together a good run with some good variety, and Watts brought back the heelclicker on the start drop, which is pretty damn gnarly! There's no riding shots of me, cause I was riding, but I did take a minute to shoot these photos of the Brian and Greg! We all had a good time, got some great photos for the Decline article and web, and rode lots, thanks Jamie!

Team Haro looking good, I mean reeeaal good.

Brian with a 360 xup during his run.

Brian and Greg on top of the roll in.

Greg doing a heelclicker on the stepdown, ridiculous.

Greg scoping the course.

Greg 360 off the last drop.

Brian dumping in a 3 on the second jump.

Milo learning how to dig, he wouldn't let go of the shovel, he loved it!


Cruise a Haro Heartland along the rim of the Grand Canyon!

If you are planning on heading to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon this summer, now you can rent a Haro Heartland from Bright Angel Bicycle Rentals at the South Rim Visitor's Center. The cost is $10 per hour or a full day for $35. Prices include helmets, locks, and roadside service just in case something goes wrong during your ride. You can visit the official website at www.bikegrandcanyon.com.
For more details and to read more, click here.