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Antoine Bizet Flipped 5 Times on 4 Jumps at Rampage

Frenchman Antoine Bizet is no stranger to Rampage, unfortunately crashing in last year’s competition on a double backflip attempt. This year, he managed to land it rubber side down, flipping five times on four jumps. You do the math there.

The judges were clearly not as impressed as the crowd, but here’s the POV from the People’s Choice Winner. #bizetgotrobbed?

Wow! That was really great.

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WATCH: Mountain Biker Jumps the Tour de France, Again
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WATCH: Mountain Biker Jumps the Tour de France, Again

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Well, the Tour de France finally got interesting this year. While it’s certainly not the first time someone’s done this, Alexis Bosson certainly styled his jump this year. Not only did he clear the pack and make it on international TV, he threw a big ol’ suicide no-hander over the road gap. Check out Bosson's POV:

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The Andorra UCI DH World Cup Was A Nailbiter
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Racing is usually exciting, but this weekend’s DH World Cup in Vallnord, Andorra took that to a whole new level. Have we seen a changing of the guard yet again? After seeing all sorts of things go down in practice and qualifying, Tahnee Seagrave beat out Rachel Atherton with a 4.8-second lead on the gnarly track, marking her second victory in a row. Loris Vergier stumped fellow Frenchman Amaury Pierron, so far arguably the rider of the year, with a heater of a run and a 1.3-second lead.

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Vinny T’s POV From Royal Hill FEST is Complete Insanity
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While the rest of the world is getting amped about Crankworx, the unsanctioned FEST series continues to do whatever the hell it wants—and we love it. Created by the riders for the riders, the Fest just made a house call at Nico Vink's mountain bike and FMX course, and things get rowdy. Vink sculpted an impeccable line of jumps and the riders celebrate by sending it big. To get a sense of the amplitude, preview the course from Vincent Tupin's eyes as he hits two of the lines—any guesses how