If there’s anyone that’s comfortable riding at absurdly high speeds, it’s Jill Kintner. How else do you become a five-time Queen of Crankworx, USA National Champion, and Olympic BMX Bronze Medalist? You don’t take the slow line, that’s for sure. This summer Kintner linked up with her pal Clay Porter to film some race-pace riding as part of Red Bull’s Speed of Sound Series. Even though she wasn't going for time, Kintner flies through the woods fully pinned. The no-frills raw edit is a visual treat, focused on the precision and effortless bike handling Kintner brings to her riding.
If a mad scientist decided to become a mountain biker, they’d probably ride like Matt MacDuff. The guy is always building mind bending features to ride—remember when he sent a double backflip on an open loop? His recent edit with Title is exactly what you’d expect from MacDuff: insane builds, and even crazier tricks. We’d recommend watching it a few times through to try and grasp what he’s doing, and good luck trying to name the tricks. We're still stumped.
October is a magical time to be in the desert of Southern Utah. With perfect temps, generally dry weather, and riding elsewhere getting sloppy, it’s no wonder that the world’s best mountain bikers gather every year for a few weeks of red dirt shredding centering around Red Bull Rampage. Unfortunately, 2020 threw a wrench into those festivities, canceling the event and preventing most riders from traveling to this mecca of freeride. Despite that, a few riders did show up – including none other
Imagine this: you’re just putzing around on your BMX bike one day, having a ball hitting curbs and such, and two scary looking dudes with neck tattoos throw you in the back of their car. You’re terrified, unsure what you’ve done wrong, and they bring you out to a forest, mysteriously full of freeride features, hand you a dirt jumper, and are like ‘send it.’ You’ve basically imagined the premise of NS Bikes' new film. Featuring David Godziek as the shredding kidnapee, the film takes an