Every so often, a video is released that truly captures the fine line between the smooth flow and the chaos that is mountain biking. German freerider Anton Wünscher teamed up with filmmaker Anjuna Hartmann to create this incredibly unique and absolutely stunning edit. Creative cinematography, fresh editing, and some super stylish riding make this a must watch.
By now, you've probably seen that in Teton Gravity Research's latest film–, presented by REI–we got our friends Cam McCaul to drop into Corbet's Couloir on their bikes, making history as the first riders to ever do so. What you didn't see was that after cameras stopped rolling, both McCaul and Brown ate it pretty damn hard. Still, judging by McCaul's reaction in our latest behind-the-scenes video, it doesn't seem like he was too worried about a little spill after such a crazy feat. To see
It's no Corbet's Couloir , but Austria's Hahnenkamm downhill, with a 27 percent average gradient is the steepest World Cup ski course in the world. Mountain bike legend Max Stöckl is no stranger to speed, as the Austrian native hit a whopping top speed of 167.6km/h in 2016 at Chile’s Atacama desert to break the world speed record on a standard mountain bike at the time. Given his penchant for speed, and Hahnenkamm's convenient location in his backyard, Stöckl thought he'd try something nobody
Freeride mountain biker Andreu Lacondeguy sat down with Young Talent to discuss his love of riding, which flourished back when he was just a little 10-year-old grom. He began riding with friends in Sant Pere de Vilamajor, Spain, and never stopped pursuing his dream, ultimately riding all the way to the 2014 title at Red Bull Rampage.