Video: Damon Iwanaga | Twenty18 Highlights

Japanese heavy hitter, Damon Iwanaga  keeping it loose in this 2018 mash up cut!  Shout out to: Loose Riders, Scott Sports, Sensus Grips, Reverse Components, Schwalbe, Five Ten, Ninjaz Gloves, Marzocchi Suspension Video Credit: Mikey Sylvestri Simon Silver Bart Cautaerts Jelle Harnisfeger Shaperideshoot Ray Syron Clay Shaw Mike Powers Ben Stanziale Caleb Cooper Aaron James You may also like: Video: Good People, Good Times – Twenty17 Highlights   .

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Video: Team Japan | Practice – World Champs 2017, Cairns

A post shared by Freerider MTB MAG (@freeridermtb) on Sep 9, 2017 at 7:23am PDT Team Japan warming up for the Finals tomorrow. #MTBWORLDCHAMPS2017 #frmtb #freeridermtbmag #freeridermag #cairns #australia #japanmtb #worldchampionships A post shared by Freerider MTB MAG (@freeridermtb) on Sep 9, 2017 at 8:03am PDT Photo: Hiroyuki Nakagawa | Video: W D Media

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Video: Loamy MTB Trails in Nagano, Japan

  On the second leg of our journey through Japan, we met more local riders, & found some killer loamy tracks! A trail called Banksy, filled from top to bottom with natural burms, deep loam and natural doubles! We also got to experience the epic Monkey Park, where we got to hang out with some rad little dudes…for sure a once in a lifetime experience! – One Antler Productions.  Riders: Dylan Forbes, Justin Roy, & Mitch Gulliver Local Riders: Jinya Nishiwaki, Tomoki Fuse, Dave Enright, Takashi Minamiura. Bikes: Rocky Mountain…

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22nd Asian MTB Champs 2016 – Thailand | RESULTS

The 22nd Asian MTB DH Champs in Chai Nat, Thailand concluded today. With 28 of Asia’s selected racers battling it out for the win, the 1KM course was blazing in soaring heat. Japan‘s missile Kazuki Shimizu took the win with a 1:54.666. Thailand‘s Tanaphon Jarupeng grabbed 2nd with a 1:55.343 and Japan‘s Junya Nagata took 3rd with a 1:56.084. Nepal‘s bullet, Rajesh Magar landed a 20th with 2:19.148. Shakar Yakthumba finished 23rd followed by India‘s Piyush Chavan (26th) and Suraj Panday (27th) and Nilesh Dhumal (28th).  

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Roku Utsugi – Exclusive interview

This 18 years old “Boy Wonder” from Kathmandu Nepal has caught attention of the entire town and plans to go big in coming years. Roku Utsugi lives for riding BMX and here’s what he has to say. FR MTB MAG: How did your inclination towards BMX come about? ROKU:  A friend of mine who used to ride BMX got me into it. It’s just about having fun, hanging out with friends, seeing new things and places. I was instantly hooked FR MTB MAG: Are your parents supportive of what you…

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