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All-Female Bike Crew Perfectly Parodies Kendrick Lamar’s “HUMBLE”

This might be one of my favorite videos that I have seen in the past year. This all female bike crew from Whistler perfectly parodies Kendrick Lamar's "HUMBLE". The flow and concepts are flawless, from calling out the bros on the trail to the shitty pink outerwear companies insist on making. The video is almost a shot for shot recreation of Kendrick's original. I have to admit, I'm bumping this track all afternoon. 

Check out the original here.

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Stop What you Are Doing and Watch This MTB Video Immediately
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Stop What you Are Doing and Watch This MTB Video Immediately

Stop What you Are Doing and Watch This MTB Video Immediately

Ever heard of slopestyle mountain biker Matt Jones? Well, now you have. Jones, a young English rider is well on his way to give big names like Semenuk and Genon a run for their money. His new short film, Frames of Mind, looks into his mind as he visualizes and then executes next-level tricks, most of these don't even have names. See for yourself, this is creativity at its finest.

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Ever Wonder How Dane Tudor Shreds Pow So Hard?
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Ever Wonder How Dane Tudor Shreds Pow So Hard?

Ever Wonder How Dane Tudor Shreds Pow So Hard?

It’s no secret that to sustain a career as professional skier, you have to put in the off-season training hours. That doesn't just mean going to South America for a few weeks or riding your bike once the trails dry up, but it means hitting the gym and using every chance you can get to gain strength for the winter. Scott multisport athlete Dane Tudor spends much of his winter on huge backcountry ski missions with the TGR crew, but his off-season is anything but “off”. He is busy putting in

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After Sitting out Rampage, Rémy Métailler Wins Taxco Urban DH
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After Sitting out Rampage, Rémy Métailler Wins Taxco Urban DH

After Sitting out Rampage, Rémy Métailler Wins Taxco Urban DH

After being forced to skip Red Bull Rampage due to visa trouble a few weeks ago, speed demon Rémy Métailler took the win at the 2017 Taxco Urban DH. For those not familiar with these races, riders hurl themselves down narrow streets and stairsets through cities all over the world, dodging buildings, the crowd, and sometimes even stray dogs. Rémy's Taxco run is nothing short of incredible.