With the Kamikaze Bike Games currently in full swing at Mammoth Mountain, this video pretty much sums up how far we’ve come since the first Kamikaze race in the mid-80s.
The relatively young sport of enduro racing has attracted mountain biking's best athletes and become highly competitive – quickly. American athlete Curtis Keene was ranked 12th in last year's Enduro World Series. For him, that's not good enough. This video – from Red Bull TV – beautifully and thoroughly illustrates what it takes to hang, compete, and win in this grueling sport that athletes say is no safer than world cup downhill racing.
After the race dust settled, disco music fizzed, and athletes wounds started to heal, the Smith team took off south heading into the unknown hoping to discover more wild trails, breathtaking views and experience much more of the welcoming Chilean culture. They found bamboo forests, volcanic rich soil, and some unbelievable trails in Chillan. This time with a lot less bloodshed...
Bike presents 'Huayhuash,' a short film chronicling three Colorado-based riders' mountain-bike adventure in the Huayhuash range of the Peruvian Andes.
Looking for adventure on a mountain bike? These Colorado riders found adventure—and a lot more—on a journey into the Huayhuash range of the Peruvian Andes.
The conditions at Saturday's race at the second round of the UCI World Cup in Cairns, were so wet and nasty that pro riders were overhead say they might be better off running sections. As reported by Red Bull, this was "possibly the only international-level bike race ever to be paused to allow a snake to cross the track, the jungle threw just about everything at the riders." Enjoy this epic highlight video produce by the Parkin brother for Red Bull and you.
The venue which will forever be synonymous with Shaun Palmer’s near miss of the World Champs by just 0.15 seconds back in 1996, returns to the World Cup calendar. Watch the entire 2014 finals race coverage here.
"The rock garden is way gnarlier than anything else on the track. From what I've been told, it's really hard to get through it. I knew that looking at it. There's just so many different ridges and the rocks are so greasy and then red dirt is getting pulled onto them. It'll be tough, but looking forward to it. Everybody's running the same track so... It'll be good times." –Bryn Atkinson
Did you miss the first stop of the Enduro World Series? Well, you're in luck. Our friends at DirtTV put together this excellent, comprehensive video coverage from the Nevados De Chillan. Watch the complete story of the race here.
In March, a group of Euros decided to mount studded tires on their mountain bikes and slog down the crevasse-riddled Valle Blanche, one of Europe's most popular winter ski and snowboard runs. Call it part so-typically-Euro, part badass, part funny. Or just call it done. Either way you have to commend this crew for getting out there and trying something different. Check it out here.
This (somewhat graphic) video is the second of a three-part series by Smith Optics that brings you through the last few days of the Andes Pacifico Enduro stage race with an unexpected hospital visit to keep things exciting. A blind course makes it an even playing field, but also a game of question on how hard racers should and can push themselves around every turn. Viewer discretion is advised...if you go lightheaded at the sight of blood you SHOULD NOT WATCH the video. If not, take a look for a raw and real view into the highs and lows of enduro racing…
To help aspiring stage racers prepare for singletrack challenges, Kona XC racer Barry Wicks gives some tips on how to survive the races you set out to slay.
If you can spot a narrative thread to our season finale of Fishing With Joe, let us know. Even the producers are confused over this chat with Brett Tippie.
Sometimes, Fishing With Joe is more about catching a beer buzz than anything else. Actually, that's most of the time.
In this episode of Fishing With Joe, our host and Scott Struve of Hayes talk about Harleys, brakes and beaches. Wanna be a smarter person? Watch this video.
Casting a line in the Sea Otter pond was a first for longtime festival attendee Gabe Schroder. Watch the latest episode of Fishing With Joe to see if beginner's luck helped him in reel in the big one.
Slopestyle phenom Martin Soderstrom reflects on his long road to recovery from a broken leg—and how it has shown him what riding actually means to his life.