Have you ever watched a mountain bike edit that felt like it was pulled out of a horror movie? Probably not. There are a lot of mountain bike edits out there. Some are good, some are great, some not so much. With so much content out there, it’s becoming more and more difficult to stand out. Yet, this phenomenal edit by SCOTT Sports manages to do just that. Rather than just shooting a compilation of killer action shots, in the video for their latest version of the Ransom, SCOTT draws inspiration from a series of different movies and T.V. shows to put together an edit that at once draws on thriller and sci-fi themes, and seems to move past the traditional downhill edit. Watch the short clip below to take a look at how different shots of Scott’s edit compare to some standout moments in cinema/television.
The French are on an absolute tear this year when it comes to downhill mountain biking. Amaury Pierron, who burst onto the scene last season with resounding wins, found his unparalleled speed again this weekend on home turf, winning the Les Gets UCI DH World Cup with over a two-second margin. Check out his POV from one of the loosest runs we’ve ever seen – all the way into the finish corral of cheering French fans. RELATED: Must Watch - Brandon Semenuk in Midpoint Pierron beat out fellow
, the newest project from Anthill Films, the production house behind and (alongside TGR) , is nowavailable for digital download here. The film is a cinematic journey into the simple act of living completely in those moments by riding bikes, and features the talents of Brett Rheeder, Thomas Vanderham, Casey Brown, Matt Hunter, Reed Boggs, Ryan Howard, Joey Schusler, Thomas Genon, Brandon Semenuk, Carson Storch, Emil Johansson, among others. RELATED: Rowdy Highlights From
Slopestyle seems to be experiencing a sort of renaissance in mountain biking these days, with new events popping up all over the world celebrating big tricks, air time, and good vibes on the bike. The latest, held at Kelowna, BC’s Big White, is the only FMB Gold event in North America. This gives US and Canada-based riders a chance to compete on the highest level close to home. RELATED: Brandon Semenuk Proves he is A MTB Deity As the last event before selection, and with a wildcard spot up