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Pedro Burns Shreds Through the Streets of Chile

Are you getting stir crazy? Do yourself a favor and go into a quiet room, put some noise-canceling headphones on, and soak in Pedro Burn’s latest Red Bull Speed of Sound edit. It’s got all the bike sounds we love: the crunch of rocks underneath tires, the compression of a bike from hitting a jump, and of course, the woooosh from exploding a dusty berm.

RELATED: Kurt Sorge — The Ultimate BC Shred Session

Burns rides like a composer as he tears through the stunning Valle Nevado and busy Chilean streets. And if you’re curious about how the Red Bull team pulled off the edit, they’ve included the full behind the scenes look for all you camera nerds. 

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Brendog’s Lockdown Rampage Part V: Danny MacAskill Redux
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Brendog’s Lockdown Rampage Part V: Danny MacAskill Redux

Brendog’s Lockdown Rampage Part V: Danny MacAskill Redux

After a fairly unsuccessful attempt at imitating Danny McAskill's trials biking antics a few weeks ago, Brendan Fairclough is back for more. This time he's added a second vehicle to ride over, and is fully committed to riding over his chimney. RELATED: Check out the TGR Journal Vol. 1 After a month of biking on his roof, Brendog is clearly getting more comfortable up there, and his questionable carpentry skills seem to be improving as well. However, pride comes before the fall, which in this

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FULL FILM: Exploring British Columbia’s Finest Mountain Biking
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FULL FILM: Exploring British Columbia’s Finest Mountain Biking

FULL FILM: Exploring British Columbia’s Finest Mountain Biking

Join Tom van Steenbergen, Kyle Norbraten, and James Doerfling on a tour of their Canadian homeland. The journey beings in southern British Columbia near the Fraser River Delta, and follows the river north towards the Sibola Range, a largely-unknown range in the province's far north. RELATED: Check out the TGR Journal Vol. 1 With rumors of big, steep mountains covered in red dirt filling their ears, the trio set out to pioneer what might be a new legendary MTB zone. As with any voyage of

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Step Up Your Lockdown Photography With These Tips
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Step Up Your Lockdown Photography With These Tips

Step Up Your Lockdown Photography With These Tips

It’s harder than ever these days to snap a couple of bangers for the ol’ gram. The whole stuck inside thing isn’t too conducive for maintaining your Photo of the Day reign on Pinkbike, or so we thought. Turns out it’s still possible to make it as an action sports photographer, you just have to be a little bit craftier. So, listen up and take notes because Oxburger Studios has the tips you need to keep your feed spicier than a ripe bunch of ghost peppers.  RELATED: Cam Zink - The Fearless