The 2015 Vienna Air King competition was ruled by American Nicholi Rogatkin.
Chris Akrigg is no average rider, but even the most talented bike handlers have "average" rides. Chris takes us out on one of his regular, everyday trail rips and finds some funky setups to conquer along the way.
In the first episode of The Syndicate, we get a look into the team's preparation for the 2015 season and see how Ratboy and Minnaar dealt with their injuries at the Lourdes World Cup.
If you only have time to watch one Lourdes World Cup video, this is the one–fast and loose riding, crashes, metal and a good look at what went down.
Aaron Gwin's Winning Run at Lourdes is proof that loose isn't necessarily fast: the American looks to be back to his Gwinning ways with the composure and pace that made him dominant in 2011 and 2012.
Brutal crashes and hucks to flat from the qualification round on the rough and rowdy Lourdes World Cup track.
Hop on board with Josh Bryceland for a practice lap down the steep and gnarly Lourdes World Cup track. This is a proper downhill course!
Claudio is back! Enjoy this POV Lordes World Cup course preview, accompanied by all the sound effects of a panicked Claudio making poor line choices while he tries to keep up with Crankworx Rotorua DH winner Loic Bruni.
A bit of Ronnie James Dio in the background and a lot of Garett Buehler sending massive lines make this video a must-watch.
SRAM's video and story "Far and Wide" accompany the recent release of their GX drivetrain components.
Levi Allen of Left Coast Media House shot this beautiful video in Vancouver Island's Cowichan Valley with riders Trevor Thew and Nic Rodgers.
The Rider and The Wolf is the story of Mike the Bike, the Mountain Bike Hall of Fame cyclist who disappeared without a trace in Colorado.
An unpredictable and short course made for some wild riding and good spectating at Round One of the British Downhill Series in Ae Forest, Scotland.
World Cup Downhill season is kicking off this weekend in Lourdes, France, which means it's time to brush up on your downhill knowledge. Here's a quick look back at what happened in the Elite Men's class last season.
Kali's new Shiva full face is claimed to be the lightest and smallest DOT-certified helmet, weighing in at a paltry 1050 grams.
With the UCI World Cup Downhill series kicking off this weekend in Lourdes, France, it's time to brush up on your downhill knowledge. Here's a quick, action-packed review of what happened in the Elite Women's class in 2014.
It's not Claudio Caluori, but it is good POV footage of the gnarly track in Lourdes, France that will play host to the first World Cup DH race of the season.
Round one of the British Downhill Series went down in Ae Forest, Scotland. It was a mucky one, though the track had dried out a bit by the time the racing started.
Slawek Lukasik has his priorities in order: just because it's Easter and he's on his way to church doesn't mean he can't get a rip in.
At 7:38 am on March 28th, 54-year-old Frenchman Eric Barone broke his own mountain bike speed record on a nearly vertical snow track in Vars, France.