If anyone was gonna make a Yeti into a downhill bike, it would be Reed Boggs. Reed’s newest edit comes at us from some of the best freeride mountain biking in the country: Virgin, Utah. With Rampage cancelled this year, Boggs and his buddies set out to the desert to put in the same trail building work they would have for the event. Without the pressure of the event, Boggs held nothing back. Joined by riders like Carson Storch and Ethan Nell, these boys had an epic week riding in this desert oasis. Also the sound track and that sunset lighting is giving us major cowboy vibes.
Throughout time on this planet, life has had an intrinsic link to the harmony of balance. As humans, we need, and seek, to find things in our lives that create this harmony. It’s our key to happiness, and a life lived well. This film follows four characters who demonstrate different aspects of balance in their lives. The harmony of doing what you love and raising a family. The challenge and excitement that comes from building trails. The influence of making music as a creative outlet. And
There’s nothing like the soft whir of a derailleur and the swoosh of dirt coming around a berm- especially when you’re as fast as Emil Johansson and Martin Söderström. The latest in Red Bull’s Sound of Speed series has these two ripping through Järvsö bike park. One after the other Johansson and Söderström showcase expert skill on the epic features at this park. This edit brings us back to the sounds we all hear on a bike (even if they’re not as smooth for most of us). If you’re missing bike
Like waxing your skis before a powder day, trail building provides the same kind of meditation for mountain bikers. Even though we often experience that flow state while mountain biking, for some athletes, trail building provides that feeling in a completely different way. In his new film with OneUp Components, , Matt Bolton talks about the lack of trails and features he had access to growing up. Since moving to Squamish, a destination for mountain biking, Bolton found that even though he was