Video: Bringing BMX to the big screen in India – Malayalam film “Nonsense”

. For the first time in India, a film spinning around the BMX theme. Featuring our buddies from team Sharptune and Zealot from Mumbai, NONSENSE is a Malayalam film Directed by M.C.Jithin, about a kid and his BMX aspirations.  “The story of the film is very fast and goes through complex situations. The protagonist Rinosh George and his co-stars perform extreme cycle stunts in the film. When we started searching for someone who could help us with these stunts, we got many calls. But none of them could beat…

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Video: Schmidty’s Gone Berzerk!

Woodward Camp and Woodward Digital Media Partnered with Brandon Schmidt, Dave Metty and Odd Squad Family to produce “Schmidty’s Gone Berzerk!” When Schmidty breaks free, make sure to keep an eye out, no one is safe from his all his craziness.  Filmed By: Josh Babu Additional filming: Angelo Carruba, Joseph Nicolaus, Emma Finnegan Edited By: Josh Babu BTS By: Josh McElwee, Jeremy Pavia, Tristan Alfre Music: ‘Wave and Surf’ (feat. St. Pierre) – Odd Squad Family

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Video: River riding in Meghalaya with Gregory Allya Warjri

Follow Gregory from Shillong, India, as he rides his bike down a river in Meghalaya! This looks fun!  Mountain biking is one sport that I love. Have been riding since I was a kid. Been riding varied terrain in Meghalaya and I always like trying something new.  After tarmac, loose & rocky terrain, this one has to be one of the most exciting and challenging one yet, with it’s slippery slab, deep holes and pools that you might fall into. I’d want to organize a race one day on…

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Video: YT squad at the World Champs 2018 – Lenzerheide

AARON GWIN TAKES 5TH PLACE AT THE UCI WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS Riding a prototype YT TUES 29er bike for only the second time in competition, Aaron Gwin took 5th place here in Switzerland in front of a raucous crowd of 20,000+ people. His team mate Angel Suarez was on a scorcher of a run that would have placed him 6th, but a front wheel wash out in the final sector put an end to a dream run.   

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Product Feature: Dirtlej – Dirtsuit Light Edition

What is the most tiring task after a good mucky day on the trails? It is the cleaning part! Well, here’s an interesting new product from Germany to keep the rider feeling like a clean baby while the sky pours!  Our team recently got their hands on the new Dirtsuit Light Edition. A lighter version of the rowdy “Dirtsuit Classic Edition”. Built for light trail riding, hiking and casual usage, the light edition packs in some efficient protection from the rain/dirt/wind while being low on the weighing scale, at…

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Discover the true MTB paradise of Val di Sole

Val di Sole is a true paradise for mountain bikers. It may host the UCI Mountain Bike World Cup, but it’s not just a playground for pros. Riders of all abilities flock to this MTB Mecca thanks to a huge variety of trails and bike parks. With its network of routes, amenities, lifts and cycle buses, it’s uniquely geared for riders. The 35km long Val di Sole cycle path is the ideal way to get to your starting point. It follows the Noce river through woodland and meadows along the valley…

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BC Bike Race 2018: Day 7 – Squamish

SQUAMISH, BRITISH COLUMBIA July 13, 2018 – Morning temps for the burly 56 km final stage of BC Bike Race in Squamish were expected to be in the mid 20s soaring to the low 30s in the afternoon. Some of BCBR’s 90 Mexican participants might consider it a chilly spring day. On the coast we call it hot. Perennially a people’s choice favorite, the Squamish course was about to serve up a veritable smorgasbord of sumptuous singletrack. After a 5km warm up on asphalt to wake legs fatigued from six…

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BC Bike Race 2018: Day 4 – Earls Cove to Sechelt

SECHELT, BRITISH COLUMBIA July 10, 2018 – “After that trail, if there’s one game I’ll never play again it’s Frogger,” said an American rider, between laboured breaths. He was in the middle of a multinational chain of BC Bike Racers that included a Chilean, Frenchman, Guatemalan and a Canadian. Forty kilometers into a 62-km day, climbs like the Sechelt classic Frogger can feel like salt on an open wound. That’s when camaraderie is forged on the trail though – the unspoken language of mutual, dig-deep suffering. But there is always…

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Video: Bangalore Mountain Festival 2017 Recap

Earlier this year, the 2nd installment of the Bangalore Mountain festival took place near Nandi Hills, Bangalore. The Downhill race was definitely the highlight with riders from Bangalore, Pune, Nepal, Shillong, Mumbai, etc. All coming down for this event. It was pretty crazy to say the least. Here is a quick highlight reel. – Robin Conz

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Resolutions: Partners in Grime – Felix Burke

For many, completing post-secondary schooling is a difficult task. For others, training and racing for Canada’s grueling weather is overwhelming. But what about doing both? Victoria, B.C. racers and roommates Felix Burke and Quinn Moberg manage to tackle an ambitious lifestyle consisting of equal parts education and maintenance of a competitive national ranking on Canada’s XC racing circuit. So, what does it take to race hard plus earn an Economics or Kinesiology degree in the off season? Teamwork and resilience. The Rocky Mountain/7Mesh riders know that success means more than…

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