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Be Prepared to Hit Replay with Brandon Semenuk’s Latest Edit

To only watch "Inertia," Brandon Semenuk’s latest edit once would be nothing but a disservice to the slopestyle king. Reuniting with his filming cohort Rupert Walker of  Revel Co, we’re reminded in merely three minutes why the reigning Redbull Joyride champion commands such an undeniable presence on his bike.

Surprisingly, Semenuk ditches his typical slopestyle rig for a downhill setup. Effortlessly clearing gaps and sending backflips in his trademark freeriding style along the way. The freerider’s impeccable riding makes for another dreamy shredit necessary of replay. Walker and Semenuk, good friends and constant collaborators, filmed and edited the piece shortly before competing in this year’s Red Bull Rampage competition. While the main inspiration behind the project was simple–to create a high-intensity DH edit–the final piece is far from simplicity. 

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Video: The Funny Truth About Buying A Mountain Bike
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Video: The Funny Truth About Buying A Mountain Bike

Video: The Funny Truth About Buying A Mountain Bike

IFHT Films knows a thing or two about mountain bike humor, and their latest short tells exactly what it’s like to get into the world of mountain biking. It goes something like this: see someone else having fun on a bike, buy sh***y bike, hate it. Buy better bike, break it. Buy nice bike, love it. Get hooked on the sport and empty your wallet on it. We can all relate, can’t we? RELATED: Micayla Gatto + IFHT Films = Kendrick Lamar and Bikes

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Get a Sneak Peak of the New Red Bull Rampage Course
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Get a Sneak Peak of the New Red Bull Rampage Course

Get a Sneak Peak of the New Red Bull Rampage Course

While Red Bull Rampage is raw, gnarly, and intense, it's also one of the most unique events within the mountain biking industry. That's pretty clearly evident in the fact that there isn't actually one set course. The lines are decided by the riders. Each of the 21 competitors is given complete creative freedom to craft their dream line in the Utah sandstone, which means no two runs will be alike. RELATED: 11-Year-Old Grom Sends Old Rampage Course There is one caveat: no power tools

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Video: Jimmy Chin and Kit DesLauriers Go Skiing in Greenland
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Video: Jimmy Chin and Kit DesLauriers Go Skiing in Greenland

Video: Jimmy Chin and Kit DesLauriers Go Skiing in Greenland

In the new Roam Original “AVANI NUNA,” Jimmy Chin and Kit DesLauriers explore Greenland’s ski mountaineering potential. From whales breaching to couloirs leading straight into the frigid North Atlantic, this visual splendor highlights the area’s unique character and natural beauty. As usual, Jimmy provides some philosophical musings in addition to his rad skiing. Taking advantage of lightweight drone technology, Jimmy and Kit manage to capture overhead shots that wouldn’t be possible