Your favorite mountain biking groms are back with a new edit! This time, they’re coming at you straight from the Disneyland of freeride⏤Virgin, Utah. Using old Rampage lines and street features to play around on, the Outlaw Bike Team made the most of their time in the desert. With the way these guys ride, you’d never know how young they are seeing as some of their tricks are bigger than them. The cherry on top? The whole video was filmed and edited by none other than 13-year-old Syd Hyldahl. After picking up a camera in March, Syd’s passion and talent grew quickly. Groms or not, we’re super impressed by the riding and filming from the Outlaw Team.
It's no secret that there's fewer women in extreme sports than men. But brands like Juliana have worked to fill this gap by not only creating women's specific gear but also fostering communities where women can grow in their sport. Juliana rider and World Cup downhill racer Jamie Hill is one of the pioneers of this inclusion. Hill's organization Hilltop MTB helps and encourages girls to get outside and helps them thrive in the outdoors through mountain biking. chronicles Hill's own journey
Imagine this: you’re just putzing around on your BMX bike one day, having a ball hitting curbs and such, and two scary looking dudes with neck tattoos throw you in the back of their car. You’re terrified, unsure what you’ve done wrong, and they bring you out to a forest, mysteriously full of freeride features, hand you a dirt jumper, and are like ‘send it.’ You’ve basically imagined the premise of NS Bikes' new film. Featuring David Godziek as the shredding kidnapee, the film takes an
Action sports films have a long history, filled with all kinds of legendary flicks like and many more. Way back in 1986, the bike world was graced with its own classic – the story of a young kid named Cru Jones who wants to win a notorious BMX race aptly named the Helltrack. Sounds pretty damn ‘80s to me. Well, the film sure left a mark on Braydon Bringhurst, who actually got his start in BMX racing before bringing his skills to bigger bikes. “I have loved ‘RAD’ since I was a little kid,”