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50to01 is Everything Good about Mountain Biking

In a world of short attention spans and an insatiable hunger for the biggest, boldest, most inaccessible riding ever to grace the internet, 50to01 keeps it real. The boys from the UK are true Jedis when it comes to riding bikes, spreading the love through the ways they know best: skate-style edits that showcase everything about their bike adventures. Whether it’s the laughs, the spills, or the downright creative riding, it just never gets old. Oh and of course the best part is Ratboy’s still-indecipherable accent. I mean his riding doesn’t even make sense most of the time.

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In their latest creation, the boys head on a continental road trip, hitting all their favorite spots in the Alps on trail bikes, BMXs or their DH rigs. It’s good vibes for all.

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POV: Amaury Pierron’s Winning Run from Les Gets
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POV: Amaury Pierron’s Winning Run from Les Gets

POV: Amaury Pierron’s Winning Run from Les Gets

The French are on an absolute tear this year when it comes to downhill mountain biking. Amaury Pierron, who burst onto the scene last season with resounding wins, found his unparalleled speed again this weekend on home turf, winning the Les Gets UCI DH World Cup with over a two-second margin. Check out his POV from one of the loosest runs we’ve ever seen – all the way into the finish corral of cheering French fans. RELATED: Must Watch - Brandon Semenuk in Midpoint Pierron beat out fellow

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Video: Richie Rude Makes Freeride
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Video: Richie Rude Makes Freeride

Video: Richie Rude Makes Freeride

While Richie Rude has been involved in his fair share of scandal lately, one thing is still certain – the kid knows how to ride a bike. It comes in many forms: winning EWS races, shredding his home bike trails, or blowing up freeride spots in his latest video for Yeti Cycles aboard their new SB165 bike. RELATED: Proof That Brandon Semenuk is A Mountain Bike God Yeti’s new bike seems to a departure from their relatively conservative offerings of late – it looks to be a true long-travel

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15-Year-old Shows What Rotorua has to Offer
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15-Year-old Shows What Rotorua has to Offer

15-Year-old Shows What Rotorua has to Offer

Rotoruans are obsessed with their dirt, so much so that they’ll proudly tell you it’s the best in the world. Nicknamed “New Zealand’s Dirt Gold”, the brown pow out here is comprised of leftovers from the geological activity that formed the land. The ash, clay, and pumice combination makes for trails that can be ridden year-round—no matter how rainy it gets. RELATED: Crankworx Rotorua Photo Recap As a result, the community thrives on mountain biking and it’s not uncommon to see groms like