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MacAskill and Söderström Rip Across Germany In LederBROsen

Biker bros Danny MacAskill and Martin Söderström got hooked up with a classic VW camper van and set out for a good ol' fashion road trip through Germany, the home of their Continental tires. The two started out in Hamburg, where Danny unfortunately brought some of Scottland's sub-par weather with him, but a little rain wasn't going to slow them down as the Scott claims Hamburg is one of the best cities for riding street in the world. 

Gloslar was the next stop, which offered more of a true rugged German cityscape for the duo to try and stack some clips on. Söderström had a good battle trying to whip around a flair on a very tight, steep bank and let's just say it got the best of him. In Berlin they were greeted by the world famous Mellow bike park, and left the legendary park in charred remains after they put on a clinic for the locals to wrap up the trip. 

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WATCH: Nico Vink Manuals the Entire Whistler Bike Park
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WATCH: Nico Vink Manuals the Entire Whistler Bike Park

WATCH: Nico Vink Manuals the Entire Whistler Bike Park

Talk about bike control. While Belgian Nico Vink is best known for sending the biggest jumps in the world and freeriding down obscure peaks, the man knows a thing or two about manualing. Taking a break from his usual Chatel bike park antics, he heads to the loamy woods of Whistler. Truth be told, he may as well have left his front wheel back in Europe, because it seemingly doesn’t touch the ground once in this edit. 

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Want To See Someone Frontflip A Road Bike?
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Want To See Someone Frontflip A Road Bike?

Want To See Someone Frontflip A Road Bike?

Yup. Nitro Circus’s Todd Meyn strapped on his favorite lycra suit and roadie helmet to ride a road bike down the mega ramp. The result? A front flip no-hander. Sit back and take this one in a few times. Pretty rowdy, eh?

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Kyleigh Stewart Finds the Flow in Kamloops
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Kyleigh Stewart Finds the Flow in Kamloops

Kyleigh Stewart Finds the Flow in Kamloops

It’s not surprising that the two time national Canadian downhill champion, Kyleigh Stewart, hails from the legendary spot of Kamloops, British Columbia. The 18-year-old has been recently making a name for herself on the race course with her fast but stylish riding. As she shows us in the short edit , the region is a playground packed with big jumps and brown pow. With so many different features to hit, you can’t help but get playful like Stewart does on the trail.