Tom van Steenbergen has quickly made a name for himself as one of the world’s most progressive riders, with a signature front flip that’s earned him the respect of the sport’s elite freeriders. Bike’s videographer Rupert Walker recently caught up with van Steenbergen to see how he’s recovering from a horrific crash sustained while attempting what would have been a record-setting 73-foot front flip over the Red Bull Rampage canyon gap.
It takes a big person to lead, especially when they’re leading the world’s best riders over a 72-foot canyon gap. Tom van Steenbergen is that person.
Marcelo Gutierrez's season is not over. He is back in his hometown of Manizales, and he's taken first place in the Shimano Cup.
When the rope drops on day one at Red Bull Rampage, the athletes get serious. The world's bravest big-mountain riders started carving, chopping and shoveling
The ominous peaks of the Himalayas are known across the world as a premier mountaineering destination. Some even ski the precipitous mountains, but in the foothills, as discovered by Sebastian Doerk and Rob-J Heran in their latest video, "Gone Tomorrow," there are epic spines, chutes and trails to be ridden around every corner.
Kieran Bennett knows how to handle a bike: downhill, enduro or moto, no problem. His fast, smooth-flowing, pinpoint accuracy and hard working attitude recently led him to his first downhill nationals round win this year in Nelson, New Zealand.
The world’s best 24 riders performed an incredible array of mind-blowing tricks to amp up the 62,000 live spectators. For 2 days, Nuremberg’s historic city center turned into a boiling pot for extreme mountain biking. The crowds witnessed the first ever Tsunami Flip in a MTB contest as well as a head-to-head battle until the last minute.
In the opening episode of season 3 of "Fabien Barel Presents," mountain biking legend Fabien and his buddy Jey Clementz are in the south of France. With Fabien's grandma watching, the guys try their hand at petanque, a traditional game of the region. But it doesn't go very well, so they go back to doing what they do best: ripping nearby trails and ripping on each other along the way.
Episode 5 of "Beyond the Bike" takes an intimate look at British racer Danny Hart. The downhill ripper opens up about the stresses of being a professional mountain biker, what has changed since his 2011 World Championships win and what he sacrifices to pursue his dreams.