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A Classic Skate Spot Got Razed, So This Guy Hit It On A MTB

Ever heard of the El Toro 20 stairs? If you paid any attention to skateboarding and BMX over the years, you’re likely to have seen the infamous 20-set in all kinds of edits. Well, turns out that the notorious stair set at California’s El Toro High School is being demolished. Too much riff raff hanging out hurting themselves on bikes and boards? Who knows.

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Regardless, pro BMXer Dylan Stark saw it as a fitting opportunity to try something new on the classic spot. With the stairs gone and nothing left but a perfect dirt tranny, Stark jumped off the neighboring roof aboard his downhill bike.

Reminds us of one of our favorite culture-clash BMX moments:

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TGR Tested: A First Look at Viathon, Walmart’s new Mountain Bike
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Is Viathon's new mountain bike the real deal? We decided to give it a test at Outerbike to find out. Viathon Photo. Walmart isn’t a brand most turn to for upgrading their bike, but Viathon could change that perception. The bikes launched last April, and when word got out that Walmart was quietly supporting the brand, it caused quite the stir. Many see this as an exciting window of opportunity - by tapping into Walmart’s extensive consumer base, the sport might have a chance to grow as a

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Flying with your bike just got cheaper, as long as you don't exceed the weight limit. Max Ritter photo. Following suit from competitors like American Airlines and Alaska, Delta Airlines eliminated its $150 flat fee for oversize sporting equipment. Until now, flying with a bike, surfboard, or other large sports gear would come with a hefty price tag. Those days are gone (sort of), under the new rule that treats this as regular luggage. RELATED: Traveling with Ski/Bike/Surf Gear Just Got

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Video: Rachel Atherton Tears Achilles at Les Gets DH World Cup
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Video: Rachel Atherton Tears Achilles at Les Gets DH World Cup

Video: Rachel Atherton Tears Achilles at Les Gets DH World Cup

Last weekend was tough one for Rachel Atherton. After an already stellar season, Atherton was feeling good during her practice run in Les Gets, boosting the long jump and teeing up to hit the big drop near the bottom of the venue. That’s when things went really wrong - she cased the final jump, rupturing her Achilles tendon in the process. RELATED: How To - Mountain Bike Setup Basics Atherton is currently recovering from surgery to fix the tendon, and is stoked to be back on the bike for next