Fun fact: only Syndicate riders and Aaron Gwin won World Cup races this year.
The Val di Sole track is exactly what racers have been asking for: raw, steep, technical and fast. With the overall title still on the line, there's no more fitting track to host the finale of this year's World Cup DH series. Check out this footage to see who was looking quick in practice.
This weekend, the World Cup returns to Val di Sole in the North of Italy after a year away from the infamously technical track. Back in 2008, Sam Hill laid down this crushingly fast run, only to be robbed of his glory just before the finish. Break out your skinsuit and give it a watch.
The Coastal Crew's Kyle Norbraten, Curtis Robinson, and Dylan Dunkerton head to the wilderness of the Chilcotin Mountains, seeking inspiration for their Coast Gravity Park.
The past two Crankworx events haven't gone as planned for Brandon Semenuk. But yesterday he threw down a flawless run at Crankworx Whistler, integrating some extremely technical tricks into his run and winning the competition for the fourth time.
A stylish local, Dennis Langestam had never ridden a downhill bike or Crabapple hits before yesterday. But Langestam's inexperience didn't keep him from going big enough to make the Whip-Off finals.
We'll have a ride impressions video posted in the very near future, but for now watch Stevie Smith and Mark Wallace shred the new Troy.
Watch the winning film from this year's Crankworx Dirt Diaries.
Freerider Mike Hopkins leads us on an overnight adventure on a remote stretch of New Zealand singletrack.