Watching Brandon Semenuk ride is just one of those drop-everything-and-stare kind of experiences. If his mind-bending segment in Esperanto wasn’t enough for you, then his latest personal project might just do it. “Better Late” is a collection of shots from the last few months of riding all over North America. In his words, it’s “an ensemble of moments in time with the creative people who built memories that define resilience and commitment to never say never.” Anyway, he backflip foot plants and then tailwhips his Rampage bike and that’s all we really care about. If you haven't already, make sure to check out his part in Esperanto - get tickets to the worldwide tour now!
When Carson Storch and Johny Salido stopped by the Esperanto World Premiere back in June, they mentioned that they had just come one of the mostly wildly fun few days of their lives. That’s what the Cam Zink Invitational is all about – getting together with a whole crew of your buddies to shred bikes, motos, and have a plain old good time. Just outside Reno, Nevada, Zink has built a 169-acre compound to act as homebase for the madness, and the crew of 30 got together to compete for a winner,
The language of Esperanto was meant to connect the world, much like how bikes form a common thread no matter what language you speak. For our film we traveled to some of the lesser known riding destinations in search of that connection. Down in Ecuador, on one of the first trips for the film, that connection couldn’t have been clearer. Our crew was made of native Spanish, German, Belgian, French, and English speakers, but despite the language barriers, the joy of ripping down a mountain on
Thomas Genon is no stranger to the wild world of Utah – but every time he’s brought his bike across the ocean to come to the desert, it’s been in pursuit of a podium at Red Bull Rampage. This time, he decided to come just for fun. Canyon’s latest short ‘No Schedule’ is a video concept that builds off the back of Tommy’s multiple Rampage experiences. The project sets out to answer a question: Away from the structure and time constraints of contest riding, what can a rider like Tommy do with