Yet again, Rémy Métailler shows us that he is an utter madman on the bike. Metailler stands out as one of those athletes whose riding does the talking. He has competed in everything from World Cup DH races to RedBull Rampage, but everywhere he rides one thing stands out: his sheer speed. Check out his latest edit from annihilating Whistler’s downhill tracks, gapping berms and hucking to flat.
This Thursday, celebrate International Women's Day by watching a special online premiere of . A documentary produced by AndShesDopeToo, focuses on three Nepali women breaking through cultural barriers to spread their love of mountain biking. In Nepal, the overarching societal expectation of young women is to be nothing more than a married housewife. For Roja, Usha, and Nishma they’re not accepting the societal norm. Choosing to fight for gender equity through two wheels, these lady shredders
Stop whatever you're doing for the next two minutes, watch Remy Metailler rip through Chile's Bike Park of the Nevados in beautiful slow motion, and start planning your next trip to the Land of the Poets. RELATED: Win a seven-day trip ski and surf trip through Chile The video is short on description and heavy on action and features the 27-year-old Canadian mountain biking sensation getting rowdy at Valle Nevado's bike park, which–in case you were wondering–happens to be part of the same
We can’t seem to shake riding in New Zealand from our brains. Maybe it's because Crankworx Rotorua is currently in full swing, or maybe NZ singlertrack is just in a class of its own. To add to the increasing distraction, Nate Hills just dropped a #followcamfriday of some pristine Queenstown shredding. Damn it Hills, how am I supposed to be productive now? Toss your Friday responsibilities by the wayside and watch as Hills and Tom Sampson rip down Salmon Run (and don’t worry, summer will be