Event Alert | Red Bull Hardline 2017

Hard by name, hard by nature, Red Bull Hardline isn’t an event for the faint of heart. Returning to the hills of the Dyfi Valley in Wales for the fourth consecutive year, the brainchild of visionary Downhill rider Dan Atherton was conceived to push the progression of the sport for both riders and fans. The course he designed for the 2017 edition combines heart-stopping grades and rocky technical sections, punctuated with a 50-foot jump that will send the riders right off the mountainside and virtually over the heads of the…

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Video: Red Bull Rampage 2017 | Meet the riders

Virgin, Utah, once again beckons the best mountain bike riders to the desert to compete in one of the biggest tests of skill and guts in the world. Judged by former competitors, the 21 invited athletes have found an all-new event zone with more natural terrain options than recent years — returning the 12th edition of Rampage to the roots of big mountain riding, raw and untamed. Pre-Qualified Riders Antoine Bizet (FRA) Andreu Lacondeguy (SPA) Brandon Semenuk (CAN) Carson Storch (USA) Kurt Sorge (CAN) Kyle Strait (USA) Pierre Edouard Ferry…

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Red Bull District Ride Is Back!

After three years away, the ultimate urban freeride MTB contest returned to the plazas of Nuremberg, Germany. Here is the Recap of the Finals from Red Bull District Ride: Thousands of fans packed the streets as the world’s best riders threw down gravity-defying runs through the city’s different “districts.“

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5 Things Learned at Red Bull Joyride

For the 14th time the biggest stars in slopestyle mountain biking returned to where it all began: Red Bull Joyride at Crankworx Whistler. Thousands of fans lined the course with its massive jumps and features and cheered on the riders. With the American Nicholi Rogatkin aiming at the never before achieved Triple Crown of Slopestyle title and Canadian Brett Rheeder hell-bent on beating him after a narrow defeat defeat at Crankworx Innsbruck, the story line was set. In the end it all played out different and the victory was taken…

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Red Bull Rampage Returns to Utah October 27

The date is set for one of the biggest tests of skill and toughness in mountain biking. On October 27, Red Bull Rampage returns marking the 12th edition of the storied event. Set in one of the most demanding locations on the planet, the event has become the most coveted title in Freeride Mountain Biking. This fall, 21 of the world’s greatest riders will once again descend upon Virgin, Utah’s distinctive landscape as they fight to claim their place atop the Rampage podium. More information about exclusive spectator tickets and event…

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Video: Nitro World Games 2017 – Full Competition

This year’s competition saw the world’s top athletes pull out all the stops for an action packed evening full of wild attempts and World’s Firsts. Nitro World Games 2017 took place at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City, UT on June 24th. About Nitro Circus: Nitro Circus is what happens when a group of pioneering adventurers decides to make their hobby into their profession. This crew of wild ones represents a cross section of everything awesome in action sports: freestyle motocross, BMX, skateboarding, scooter, snowboarding, skiing, BASE jumping, sky diving,…

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Bangalore Bicycle Championships 2017 – MTB DownHill

One of the oldest Downhill mountain biking races of India, BBCh MTB Downhill, rolled out earlier this Sunday. Sharing the Bangalore Mountain Festival (BMF) course on Avathi Hills, on the outskirts of Bengaluru city, BBCh DH race saw a good turnout of mountain bikers along with roadies transitioning to DH! With more than 30 entrants over 4 categories, Sunday was on the rocks! With an overcast looming over the weekend, the racers expected a downpour on race day. But to everyone’s surprise, the sun peeped well through Sunday, keeping the rocky…

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Atherton and Fayolle take glory

Reigning champion and Frenchman open UCI MTB World Cup season with wins. The opening round of the UCI Mountain Bike World Cup in Lourdes was won in dramatic circumstances by home downhill hero Alexandre Fayolle as the defending women’s champion Rachel Atherton coasted to victory. Despite a dusting of snow at the start hut earlier in the week, things in France had stayed sunny and pleasant. The track, which had seen some minor changes from last year was running extremely fast and dusty, but Briton Atherton still had it all to…

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