While Clay Porter and Metis Creative are claiming this to be a highlight video for the Black Sage Fest, merely labeling it as such feels like a crime. No, this recap is on par with cinematic masterpieces like Life Cycles, so be prepared to get chills as you watch. It’s poetry in motion. What particularly shines through is the underlying purpose of the FEST series: It's all driven by passion. Carson Storch and Kyle Jameson have worked hard to bring the series to Oregon, and what an event they have created. Based on this year’s success, the madness and magnitude of the riding should only grow, making this one of the most sought-after events in freeride mountain biking.
German freeride mountain biker Johannes Fischbach wants to set a new kind of world record: the longest distance jumped on his bike. In order to do so, he takes his bike to the top of a 140-meter ski jump…and launches himself off the bottom. Needless to say, it takes a few tries to get the feel of flying off something not designed for bikes, and that includes one of the gnarliest crashes we’ve ever seen. Somehow, despite shearing his seat off his bike and sliding for hundreds of feet,
It’s always a treat watching Rémy Métailler pop on POV cam and go shred the living daylights out of his local trail network. We’re not sure if it’s the accent, the riding, or the commentary along the way – we suspect it’s a combo of the three – but these always get us pumped to go out and scare ourselves on our mountain bikes. His latest creation takes us down a brand-new trail in Squamish, BC named after our favorite La Croix flavor , chasing local mtb guide and builder James Ivory. RELATED:
Just a few weeks ago, we were graced with the presence of Brandon Semenuk on our screens in his edit . Like many movie buffs, we're always fans of sequels, and Brandon’s latest collab with filmmaker Rupert Walker is no bore to watch. We’ve gotten pretty used to him riding his DH bike, so it’s a bit refreshing to watch him throw down on the slopestyle bike on his backyard jumps. RELATED: POV - Hannah Bergemann's Full Run at Formation In true fashion, it’s an artsy homage to things like