The last three stops of the World Cup circuit were a roller coaster of a ride for the Syndicate Team with Josh ‘Ratboy’ Bryceland going for the overall title and Steve Peat vying for the top-ten. And then to top it off, the season ended with a Championships that surprised the world. Sit back and
Come on a journey through the Italian backcountry with two of the biggest names in mountain biking - "Mark Weir" and "Matt Hunter." With the help of a decked-out retro camper van, the rivalrous duo camp out to get an early start on one of the most majestic trails in Europe. 'Glamping' this is not. This is ready-set-go trailhead adventure riding.
Crash on the 4th jump of the Crabapple Hits at Whistler, British Columbia.
As they say in Russian, "Nobody's home!" (They are crazy!). Check out this Russian mall downhill race.
He wanted the title like no other competitor of Red Bull Rampage 2014. Three times in a row he missed the podium despite good performances and finished fourth. Now the time was right to break the Rampage curse. Watch his run through his eyes!
The two-man team of Francesco D'Alessio and Giorgio Frattale embarked on a multi-day trip in Gran Sasso d'Italia, Abruzzo, Italy, that will for sure make all adventurists a little jealous.
As the action still reverberates in our minds, here are some of the highlights from the rowdy Red Bull Rampage 2014 finals.
Last year he backflipped his way to the podium at Rampage. But besides all his successes, Kelly McGarry is very approachable, humble and friendly.
A collection of videos from the Red Bull Rampage qualifier rounds.
The Kamikaze Bike Games Enduro was held on Sunday—it was a sold out crowd of 300 riders for the fourth stop of the California Enduro Series.
When Graham Agassiz and Andreu Lacondeguy began building a lip-heavy line at Red Bull Rampage with heavy drops on each end, the rest of the field wondered how they would pull it off.
In the fifth episode of Road to Rampage (watch it above), Kyle Strait, Andreu Lacondeguy and Tom van Steenbergen finally make their treks to Utah and arrive at the brand-new 2014 Red Bull Rampage venue.
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.
As an event with serious legacy, Red Bull Rampage truly is the pinnacle of the freeride mountain biking world. All the glitz and glamour, however, is built on a strong foundation of dirt, sweat and teamwork.
It seems that over the past few months, more and more videos have been popping up showing people riding seemingly unrideable trails – trails that have do-not-fall-zones.
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.
The GoPro step-down feature measures 50 feet from lip to landing, with a 25-foot drop. Makken Haugen decided to be the first Red Bull Rampage competitor to hit it.
Unlike most events, the course is not pre-determined; athletes are given a mountainous zone packed with perilous terrain – How they get from the top to the bottom is entirely up to them.
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
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.