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Brandon Semenuk Blows Minds, Yet Again

You know how Brandon Semenuk regularly breaks the Internet with videos of his absolutely insane riding? Well, with the help of cinematographer Rupert Walker, he just did it again. Version 3 of his Raw 100 series just dropped, and yes, it’s even better than before. Semenuk hasn’t been competing much this year, mostly focusing on producing mind-blowing shorts like this. Never one to conform, he’s even got a few new tricks up his sleeve, and check out the continuous shot at the one-minute mark.

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Specialized Just Dropped the Best Marketing Video Ever Made
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Specialized Just Dropped the Best Marketing Video Ever Made

Specialized Just Dropped the Best Marketing Video Ever Made

Specialized’s marketing department deserves an Oscar for this one. Do you follow anything about mountain biking on the internet? Then you’ll love this, and yes, it’s all in the details. Not really sure what my favorite part of this guy is, but there’s everything from “looks like a session,” “never go full enduro,” to a questionable new EDM soundtrack courtesy of the world’s best-looking mountain bike DJ. We also get to take a peek into Specialized’s design process. No, really, we do. Oh

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Look Ma No Hands
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Look Ma No Hands

Look Ma No Hands

Because typical mountain biking is just too mainstream, Antoine Boulard releases a video of him bombing a trail...with no hands.  It's a wild video, but we'll stick to riding with our hands at 10 and 2.

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A look at Freeride’s Kilimanjaro: Mountain of Greatness
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A look at Freeride’s Kilimanjaro: Mountain of Greatness

A look at Freeride’s Kilimanjaro: Mountain of Greatness

The two highest peaks of Africa: Mount Kenya and Mount Kilimanjaro. The notion of tackling both summits back-to-back would mean scaling 36,398 vertical feet and covering 99 miles. Physically grueling to do either peak alone, in the fall of 2016 Hans Rey, Gerhard Czerner, and Danny MacAskill had a more ambitious idea: to do both on mountain bikes. The daunting feat—never attempted until now—was documented by Freeride Entertainment in their new short film, “Kilimanjaro: Mountain of Greatness."