The competitions just wrapped up at Crankworx Innsbruck and we’re stuck watching the insane recaps of the 2021 winners. Saturday’s slopestyle series was packed full of mindblowing tricks, a new video breaking down this year's top 5 runs. The video is a testament to the absurd heat the athletes brought this year with electric energy and trick-heavy runs that were nothing short of spectacular. In third place, Torquato Testa scored a 93.25 securing his spot with a clean run and a first-class double flip. Coming in second, Nicholi Rogatkin scored a 95.50 after completely dominating an opposite cashroll. Last and certainly not least, Emil Johansson wiped out all competition after combining complex regular and opposite tricks to land him a score of 97.50. Erik Fedko and Tim Bringer secured 4th and 5th places with gripping runs. See how these athletes topped the leaderboard with this top five recap video.
A few weeks ago, we got news that Gee Atherton sustained some serious injuries in a mountain bike accident, including a broken femur, leg, ribs, nose, eye socket, and a collapsed lung. When the injuries are that bad, the crash was surely a gnarly one. Luckily, Gee is already well on the way to a full recovery from his injuries, and put together this short video sharing the details of what happened that day. He was filming for a new Ridgeline edit, got bounced off line and tumbled hundreds of
When you’re at an enduro race in Italy, and it sounds like the fans are literally screaming “die, die, die!” they’re actually cheering you on. Turns out they’re actually screaming “dai dai dai!” which translates to “go go go.” But given the massive amounts of carnage at this particular race, the “die” might be a little more appropriate. Either way, watching some cringe-worthy bails with a soundtrack of very emotive Italian spectators makes for a good time in our book. Maybe next time you’re
When it comes to finding the gnarliest mountain bike race in the world, you’re thoughts might go to World Cup DH racing, or maybe something like Red Bull Hardline. Sure, those are technical and scary, but how about combining the steepest, scariest parts of those races with a full-on high mountain adventure that includes starting on a glacier and descending nearly 8000 vertical feet through ancient hiking paths in the French Alps. Oh yeah, and it’s a mass start race, meaning you’re racing