We last saw Kurt Sorge somewhere in the mountains of BC, filming his segment for Accomplice. Since then, he’s been busy ripping trails and sending jumps that make us question the power of gravity in his part of the world. That’s pretty evident in his latest edit, filled with some heavy-hitting winter riding up in BC. I mean it’s one thing to be hitting these kinds of jumps when they’re all packed in and dry on a sunny summer day, but why not add in some ice and snow to make things a little more interesting?
Although for most people, ski season is in the front of our minds during winter, there's a small population that still spends their days thinking of berms, tabletops, and some good old fashioned brown pow. If you're one of those people who tunes their bike more in the winter than their skis (the chain was just looking a little dry, right?) this video's for you. Those lucky enough to call the Northwest home, like Oliver Parish, are here to help us live vicariously through them. Although the
Just as it does in many sports, fear plays a fairly large role in mountain biking. We see athletes riding trails or doing tricks and think to ourselves "that's so scary, I could never do that." But fear, like many obstacles, is a mental game. Pro mountain biker Remy Metailler walks us through how he manages fear. Metailler doesn't pretend to be superhuman, but rather provides some tips on how he manages fear when sending those crazy rock slabs. Some of his tips include walking the line and
Google told us that the latter half of this video is in British Columbia, but we're actually a hundred percent sure it's on Mars. Here's our evidence: first, look at all those weird wiggly rocks! No way you can find those on Earth. Second, the way Jacob Mullen rides a bike completely defies all Earthly gravity. Third, there's no way someone on Earth could grow a mustache that magnificent, the laws of physics just wouldn't allow it. We'd love to know how he got transported from that very