Get a tour of Ratboy’s narrowboat living quarters, watch him smash some UK corners on his trail bike and then get in a bit of mini-moto shredding for good measure.
Following an exciting World Cup season, the Hafjell World Championships 2014 were par for the course.
The laid-back town of Aptos, California, has become well known for its celebrated Post Office Jumps, which have drawn talented riders from all over the world. These jumps gave the locals inspiration to build unique zones in other Aptos locations, and few locals are more influential than Ryan 'R-Dog' Howard, Jeff Herb and Kyle Jameson. Our new short film, 'Live from Aptos,' documents the passion that these riders have for the scene that they and so many others have helped to create.
Eight meters above the ground, riders fly across the 15 meter gap in the Big Air District in front of a sea of cheering spectators.
Holger Meyer has been to Eurobike 15 or so times and new for this year is a booth that has boxes. So in the spirit of all things dumb, Joe and Holger jump on them.
At home in Spain, Andreu Lacondeguy practices downhill on enduro motocycle trails with his brother, while Kyle Strait pursues his passion for racing, earning a silver medal at the U.S. National Championships, and Tom van Steenbergen goes to Europe for a slopestyle competition he'd rather forget.
Steve Peat and 2014 World Cup Champion Josh 'Ratboy' Bryceland take us on a run down the Hafjell World Championships 2014 track.
The Red Bull District Ride course builders have worked tirelessly at full throttle to finish this unique track on time. In just a few days they have changed Nuremberg’s old city into an amazing urban freeride course.
Joe catches up with Wick, The Legend, over a few bottles. Their talk goes away from fishing and lands on stage with bands that they believe should play at Eurobike.
Only a few hours before last weekend's pro downhill race in Nordkette, Austria, it started pouring rain and the course changed from a tough but manageable piece of technical track into a muddy, slippery nightmare.
Justin Julian, general manager at Salsa Cycles, teaches Joe how to noodle for Koi in the fifth episode of "Fishing with Joe at Eurobike." And keeping his streak going, Joe was skunked.
What do these riders do when snow blocks their trail? They ride the scariest trail ever seen, instead. In "Trail Ninja," Ep. 17, Dan Milner and the crew head to Italy to ride one of the most rewarding trails on the planet: a 50-kilometer mountain bike ride from the mountains to the Mediterranean coast. Starting high in the Ligurian Alps, the Trail Ninja finds that danger is around every turn when snow forces him to take a deviation from the trail in wolf country.
The fifth episode of this season takes a look into the lives of downhill legend Steve Peat and the 2014 UCI World Cup Champion Josh "Ratboy" Bryceland, as they venture across the Atlantic to North American. In wild British fashion, they get slapstick crazy during their "summer Christmas" and dive deep into the mental challenges of tackling some of the fastest tracks on the circuit. Windham was the last North American stop and the times across the line were mere seconds apart, but when Ratboy came across, he showed why he's now number one.
Where's Brandon Semenuk? Joe speaks with him at Eurobike and sets up a time to go fishing, but believe it or not, he gets stood up. Weird.
In the third episode of Fishing with Joe at Eurobike, Joe meets up with Chris Distefano, who's with Rapha. They start out with the pronunciation of the brand, Rapha, and end up talking about the odds of sponsoring Joe...