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…
weekend. Martin Soderstrom from Sweden took the event with a solid final run and went home with an extra $8,000 in his pocket. Another super fun event held by Winter Park! #CFFEST
After a stressfull week on the GXC circuit, the guys needed some down time out in St Tropez. Sun, sand and Bryceland's backside was the perfect cure, before heading home for National Champs... Which turned out to be a belter of a course, fast and dusty in the height of the British Summer... An epic race, but some bad luck for Peaty once again, check the full story inside...
It's an advertisement--but a pretty kick ass advertisement all the same. Okay, the shot of some dude's butt--that I could live without--but the line "Maybe you think it's all Red Bulls and high-fives, but it's not." got my attention. Nice writing. Good footage. If only more adverts were made like this, I might actually watch them. Nice work from the people at Backcountry.com
Here’s a review, a terribly subjective and opinionated judgement of Anthill’s "NotBad" movie.
It's a big time of the year for Enduro racing: July is the month where you have to score the big results and do your best at the most important race of the season. Follow this incredible month's footage of Jerôme Clementz, riding, sharing, racing and winning EWS in Les 2 Alpes and Megavalanche in Alpes D'Huez.
You remember the long, lame vacations you took with your family as a kid--the trip to see the world's biggest cow pie or the visit to the Ear Wax Hall of Fame? Well, this isn't one of those vacations. Apparently, it pays to have a dad who rips.
Here's the action from Day One of the Enduro competition at the Colorado Freeride Festival (CFF) at Trestle Bike Park in Winter Park, Colorado. CFF is being billed as the largest freeride festival in the United States and features the best mountain bikers in the world battling it out for over $45,000 in prize money.
What is the meaning of mountain biking? In this continuing Kitsbow video series, we explore what it means to ride from the motivations and perspectives of those whose tireless efforts have lent the sport meaning and inspiration to our own lives. In this second chapter, we head to the arid hills of Kern County to learn about what mountain biking means to Brien Chartier: the BLM Ranger tasked with policing the region's public wilderness lands.
In this video, Breckenridge local and pro rider, Kevin Soller, takes you on a tour of B-Line, a trail that's part of the town’s trail network (the Breckenridge Freeride Park was one of the first municipally-funded parks in the country), which extends from downtown and is used to access spectacular high-mountain singletrack such as that along the Colorado Trail, Guyot loop, Wheeler Trail and many, many more.
When I was invited by Anthill Films to join them and Matt Hunter on this pioneering journey for their upcoming short film, “Forgotten Dirt,” it was clearly a no-brainer. It was guaranteed to be the adventure of a lifetime. This video and photo gallery hint at what's coming on August 6th.