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How this Adaptive Athlete Found Self-Acceptance Through Cycling

Growing up with one hand, Josie Fouts became accustomed to feeling abnormal. Strangers would always give her looks and kids would ask about it at school. As a result, Josie rejected and ignored her differences. She stubbornly refused any help and tried to live like she had two hands. Cycling, however, changed everything for her. She couldn’t use a conventional bike. But after some tinkering, she found a way to adapt the handlebars, shifters, and brakes to accommodate her needs. It was a turning point in her life because for once she embraced her physical difference instead of ignoring it. The film Go Josie follows this transformation while highlighting the importance of making bikes accessible for all types of people.

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​VIDEO: Iago Garay Lives The Island Life on Tenerife
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​VIDEO: Iago Garay Lives The Island Life on Tenerife

​VIDEO: Iago Garay Lives The Island Life on Tenerife

Off the coast of Northern Africa lies a small archipelago that’s home to sandy beaches, stunning volcanic peaks and warm weather all year around: the Canary Islands. It's a little bit of Hawaii in the middle of the Atlantic. Turns out it’s not just a dreamy vacation spot for beachgoers – the islands actually have some of the wildest mountain bike trails in the world. As part of his Not Far From Home video series (filmed with the intention of showcasing his local riding spots in Spain –

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​VIDEO: Samantha Soriano’s Progression Process For Red Bull Formation
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​VIDEO: Samantha Soriano’s Progression Process For Red Bull Formation

​VIDEO: Samantha Soriano’s Progression Process For Red Bull Formation

We’re just a few short weeks away from the second-ever Red Bull Formation taking place outside Virgin, Utah. Are the riders ready? Yes, but there’s always room for more. In the case of Samantha Soriano, she’s still pushing her progression with a little help from her best friend/worst enemy, her own brother Ross. Learn more about her process getting ready for the biggest event in women’s freeride mountain biking in Episode 1 of her new web series

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Podcast: Brandon Semenuk On the Progression of His Career
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Podcast: Brandon Semenuk On the Progression of His Career

Podcast: Brandon Semenuk On the Progression of His Career

Even though Brandon Semenuk constantly puts out one mind-bending bike edit after another, he hardly ever talks in any of them. He's a man of few words, which is fair considering he’d rather channel all his energy into landing bike tricks that are hard to comprehend. But when he does open up about his career, it’s worth listening to. Recently he sat down with pro BMX rider Dennis Enarson for an episode of the Unclicked podcast. Semenuk chatted for a whopping two hours about his passion for