Video: Red Bull Pump Track World Championship 2018 | India Qualifier

The WallRide Park in Hyderabad, India was the location for the 4th stop of the Red Bull Pump Track World Championship where India’s best battled it out on the Velosolutions Asphalt Pump Track for their place at the World Championship final later this year.  The WallRide Park in Hyderabad hosted India’s first ever asphalt pump track, built in 2017 as a part of the city’s efforts to support the growing interest in cycling amongst the local community. One year on since its opening, the Velosolutions Pump Track welcomed riders…

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Event Alert: Red Bull Pump Track World Championship 2018

A unique new global race series is set to excite the cycling community in 2018 with the first ever Red Bull Pump Track World Championship. The series will take pump track racing to a new level and bring a fresh face to bike racing all around the world from New Zealand to the USA, Chile to India and France to Japan. Velosolutions, globally recognized for their leading pump track and bike park construction, have teamed up with Red Bull to launch the exciting series. Qualifier events will take place around…

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Video: DH on the steepest World Cup Ski Course | Max Stöckl

Max Stöckl is used to breaking speed records on a mountain bike, however the daredevil from Oberndorf had not encountered anything like the legendary Hahnenkamm downhill course before.  The 43-year-old rode down the 3312 metre piste with a spine-chilling 27% average gradient on a regular mountain bike that you could buy from the shops and put together, incorporating 15 millimetre (0.6 inch) metal spikes on the tyres for added grip. After hitting a top speed of 167.6km/h in Chile’s Atacama desert to break the speed record for a standard mountain bike in…

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4th Himalayan Mountain Bike Festival 2017

India witnessed the fourth edition of the wicked Himalayan Mountain Bike Festival in Manali, where mountain bikers from all around the world ride and race together for 1 week in the holiday season of the beautiful Himalayan town ‘Manali’, aka “The Mountain Biking Capital of India”. Himalayan Mountain Bike Festival which is organized by Himalayan Mountain Bike Network hosted a BMX Jam session, flagging off the week’s two wheeled festivities. The weekend included, India’s roughest Downhill Mountain Bike Race and a challenging 2-day Cross Country MTB stage race. The concept behind…

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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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Drop and Roll on the streets of Manila

Tropical storms, exotic beaches, fantastic people and plenty of sick lines in a tropical street trials paradise! Danny MacAskill, Duncan Shaw, Ali C and Fabio Wibmer flew to the Philippines in December for the final Drop and Roll Tour show of 2016. To kick off 2017 the crew pulls back the curtain and shows highlights from a trip none of them will ever forget    

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A real-life Mad Max?

For two years, Markus ‘Max’ Stöckl laid out a plan to put himself in the record books yet again. And in just 11 seconds and at a speed of 167.6 km/h with a standard mountain bike, whose components you could buy yourself in the high street, he reached that speed hurtling down a mountain with no name in Chile’s Atacama desert. Stöckl has a penchant for the record books. Brought up in the Austrian mountains, his thirst for speed was established at a young age, his place in the speed annuals…

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