Blog

04 Jul 2017: BEING KANKŌKYAKU 観光客 IN JAPAN

BEING KANKŌKYAKU 観光客 IN JAPAN

30 May 2017: Tall Bikes Will Save The World

Tall Bikes Will Save The World

Riding any bicycle is a positive step toward a healthy lifestyle and personal enjoyment, but it's the tall bike that has the power to change the world. The tall bike remains on the fringes — only embraced by the daring, the creative and the foolish. Join the Zenga Bros for as they explore how to build, ride and coexist on a tall bike.

The Zenga Bros mission is the eccentrification of the world: To create everywhere, redeem everything and be a fool. Welcome to the modern tall bike movement.

21 Apr 2017: Spring

Spring

is upon us..

12 Nov 2016: Biking On Snow: Why You Need To Ride A Fat-Bike Immediately

Biking On Snow: Why You Need To Ride A Fat-Bike Immediately

When the seasons change and flakes start to fly, most folks will sadly put their bike into storage. But what if there were a way to combine your love of riding with your love of snow? With the fat bike, there is.

12 Nov 2016: Flashes of the Altai

Flashes of the Altai

Three childhood friends set out for the far western corner of Mongolia to combine
mountain biking and packrafting in a self-supported adventure into the unknown. Never
having attempted a mountain bike to packraft link-up, they decided it was a great idea to
travel to one of the most remote and sparsely populated places in the world to try it out.

The goal was to traverse the Mongolian Altai, a remote range of high glaciated peaks
with silt-laden rivers draining from their heights. The only inhabitants of the region are
Kazakh nomads, the last people on earth who continue the tradition of hunting with
golden eagles. Ancient standing stones carved over the millennia stand guard over the
landscape.

Twelve days in the wilderness, riding over high passes loaded with gear, surviving
raging whitewater, drinking fermented mare’s milk, and battling the elements, this was
not an adventure these young lads would soon forget.

A Film By: Joey Schusler