From EpicTV: The Red Bull Farm Jam on the South Island of New Zealand is a very unique event. It brings together MTB, BMX, and MX riders for one crazy jam that features some super sick tricks and some equally heinous slams.
Specialized has been documenting Cole Seely during the off-season while he puts in work on the bike, at the test track and in the gym to prepare for the West Coast Lites season.
It's a wrap! Life Behind Bars season 1 has officially come to a close. We check in with Brandon and the Coastal Crew to get an inside look at unseen footage, the most unforgettable moments, and the biggest regrets from the incredible year that was.
For its holiday party this Monday, Bell rang in the holidays with shovels, rakes, gloves and plenty of mushy dirt along with reps rom the Mountain Bikers of Santa Cruz (MBOSC), helping improve a steep section of the Emma McCrary mountain bike trail in the Santa Cruz mountains.
In this special edition of Mountainbike Chronicles, Red Bull is in Austria for the Suzuki Nine Knights event. Still early in his career, Martin Soderstrom has already turned the mountain bike world upside down. We also take a look at how this amazing event was captured on film.
A little strange. A bit funny. A whole lot of content that you shouldn't look at on your work computer...the latest "sex tape" from Cedric Gracia charts his approach to recovering from a broken hip.
Brandon and Logan decide to give bungee jumping a go for the first time, and then venture back to the Sunshine Coast for one last epic session with the boys.
Rocky Mountain's Thomas Vanderham & Geoff Gulevich traveled down to Utah to compete in this year's Red Bull Rampage, the largest and most dangerous competition in freeride mountain biking. Both of them killed it down there, coming away (mostly) unscathed and placing well (8th for Thomas, 11th for Gully). This is a short film about all the work and sweat and struggles behind the scenes of a competition like Rampage.
SRAM has always maintained that XX1 is not intended to be a weight-weenie's solution to changing gears. That said, it also happens to be 200 grams lighter than the company's anorexic XX group, so yeah, it's going to appeal to cross-country types. But there's still more to this story...