This new edit showcases the silkiest of riding from Canadian mountain bike legend Brett Rheeder. He flows through a slopestyle course like water, and director Harrison Mendel’s cinematography is simply breathtaking. Turn up the volume and watch one of the best make it look easy.
Canada is a place where anything is possible, including getting heli-drops with your mountain bike. POV master Nate Hills visited Revelstoke’s Mount Cartier to see what this is all about, scoring a 7000-foot descent through the beautiful high alpine and lush forests of BC. The lesson? Forget the badass shuttle rig, find a buddy with a helicopter and go get after it.
While Josh Bryceland aka Ratboy may have retired from professional racing, he sure still knows how to obliterate a downhill track. His buddy and fellow racer Brendan Fairclough just launched a new film , and to celebrate, the two released one of their favorite moments of the film. Watch them rip down the old race line in Schladming, Austria, pushing each other to the limit while making it look oh so easy.
A few years ago, we interviewed Jeff Kendall-Weed–a nice, friendly bike nerd who just happens to ride down your average trail like it's some kind of video game–jumping off the trail to ride a log you didn't even see, bunny hop over a stomach-high rock, nose wheelie down a granite face, or double up gaps you didn't even realize you could get the speed for. Check out this video of Jeff destroying some of the best trails Vancouver Island has to offer.