Meet the Team: Toby Monks
Meet Toby Monks, Forbidden's European Sales and Operations Coordinator. It wasn’t so long ago that you could count every member of staff at Forbidden on one hand, but as we’ve grown, so has our team.
Video: The big horse gets rowdy in “Let it Run”
All Killer, no filler. That was the name of the game when Cumberland staff member Stephane Pelletier set out to capture his version of a classic “Dreadnought video”.
Druid GX Ziggy Edition - The High Pivot, Mixed Wheel, Fun Machine!
We've been doing mixed wheel for a while now, and we're pleased to formally introduce our first Mixed wheel "Ziggy Edition" bike, the Druid GX.
FORBIDDEN BIKE CO x North Shore Billet - Canadian Made Idler Pulleys
Canadian Made Idler Pulleys are here.
VitalMTB Raw - NAC ATTACK with Dillon Butcher
Nasty Nac's and Duel Crown Dreadnoughts, what more could you ask for?
Earth Day Birthday 2021 - An Adventure for a Good Cause
What does your ideal birthday look like? For BC Ambassdor Celeste Pomerantz, whose birthday happens to land on #EarthDay, her ideal birthday was a multi-sport, max elevation-adventure kinda day, all with the underlying goal of raising money for Protect Our Winters Canada.
WE’RE GOING RACING! Introducing: Forbidden Synthesis
Magnus Manson, Rhys Verner and Jack Menzies Join the All-Canadian Forbidden Synthesis Team
Filming a Bike Video 101 - Behind the scenes of Forbidden's latest video project
It’s not every day that we get to head into the interior with enough camera equipment to sink a ship, quite literally. Nelson holds a special place within the fabric...
Video: Dillon Butcher's First ride on the Druid
Rider: Dillon Butcher Edit: Stephane Pelletier We are thrilled to have Vancouver Island local, DIllon Butcher aboard our bikes. We've had our eyes on him for a few years now,...
Video: Welcome to the Family - Nic Court Joins Forbidden Bike Co
So who’s Nic Court we hear you say? A Vancouver Island boy, through-and-through, and a rider as close to a "surfer bro" as you can get in a mountain biker....
Video: Christening the Forbidden Dreadnought in Nelson, BC
Throughout maritime history, ceremonial ship launching has been the process of transferring a vessel to the water. A naval tradition dating back thousands of years and a considerable engineering test...