Did Tom van Steenbergen stomp the biggest front flip in mountain bike history? Watch the video from Tom’s Sony Action Cam, shot during production of Teton Gravity Research & Anthill Film’s new movie, UNREAL. Coming Summer 2015. #theUNREALmovie
It's no Corbet's Couloir , but Austria's Hahnenkamm downhill, with a 27 percent average gradient is the steepest World Cup ski course in the world. Mountain bike legend Max Stöckl is no stranger to speed, as the Austrian native hit a whopping top speed of 167.6km/h in 2016 at Chile’s Atacama desert to break the world speed record on a standard mountain bike at the time. Given his penchant for speed, and Hahnenkamm's convenient location in his backyard, Stöckl thought he'd try something nobody
Freeride mountain biker Andreu Lacondeguy sat down with Young Talent to discuss his love of riding, which flourished back when he was just a little 10-year-old grom. He began riding with friends in Sant Pere de Vilamajor, Spain, and never stopped pursuing his dream, ultimately riding all the way to the 2014 title at Red Bull Rampage.
We're approaching the two-year anniversary of Kelly McGarry's tragic, untimely passing. While memories of the mountain biking icon's hard-charging riding style won't soon be forgotten (who could forget that insane 72-foot backflip over the canyon gap at 2013 Rampage), McGazza's true legacy–his overwhelmingly friendly disposition–is what will truly live forever. To honor the towering Kiwi's life–and in anticipation of the upcoming McGazza Fest 2018–filmmaker Harrison Mendel released the above