Veronique Sandler can do a lot on her bike: no handers, whips—even caveman drops. Still, out of all these maneuvers, she's most famous for her crank flips. To take things up a notch, the Kiwi doubled up on her favorite trick.
She’s a rider that's worth keeping an eye on. Chris Seager, Director of Deathgrip, recently announced a big project in the works with her. Rumor has it that Casey Brown, Tahnée Seagrave, and others will be joining her on the silver screen.
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So stoked to be directing #VISIONmovie for @adidasterrex with the absolute legend @veroniquesandler! We’ve all been pretty busy this winter working on a sweet project, can’t wait to show you guys the final film, but it’s been such a blast till now! Huge thanks to: @robbie_meade @ampglobalmedia @fiveten_official @revolutionbp @duncanphilpott @adamdayson
Just about a year ago, when Specialized released their latest iteration of the Stumpjumper, it was accompanied by one of the single greatest marketing videos ever made. We watched it over. And over. And over. And over again. And we know you did too. Well, if you’ve done any snooping around YouTube and Instagram lately, you’ll probably have noticed that Big Head is alive and well – and that the weird alternate universe he seems to live in is quite entertaining. RELATED: How Bill Nye
Vali Höll shreds some Austrian dirt at last year's Crankworx event. Red Bull Content Pool photo. Innsbruck, Austria – a haven for mountain bikers in the Alps of all types – has permanently banned downhill mountain bikers from using any form of public transportation in the area. While the ban has been on the books in various forms for some time now, citing in part a single case of violent misconduct from a passenger using the Nordkette Bahn, the city government has begun enforcing a
The likelihood of Polar explorer Otto Sverdrup and his crew surviving their expedition was low, traveling in the high Arctic was notoriously ruthless. 54 years prior, Sir John Franklin made a similar journey in pursuit to find the famed Northwest Passage. Instead of discovery or glory, his ship became snared by the ice. The merciless landscape forever claimed him and the 128 men he commanded; they were never to be seen again. After traveling countless miles from Norway, Sverdrup would not