Sure, the riding in Brandon Semenuk’s X Games gold-medal-winning Real MTB video is flawless, but that’s honestly to be expected from him at this point. What’s truly mind blowing is the amount of work and dedication Brandon and his filmer Rupert Walker put into creating the videos that have turned him into a household name. In all honesty, the audience were the real winners of this contest, being treated to some truly next-level riding from all six competitors. Check out what went into creating this masterpiece. Oh, and if you haven't seen the whole thing, watch it right here.
Well, this one’s a video from Specialized, so unsurprisingly it’s pretty frickin’ weird. We all love some good riding, a good storyline, and even some camera wizardry in our mountain bike flicks, but the crew at Specialized really pulled out all the stops on this one. Are we supposed to interpret this as “trailbuilding through the eyes of the tools themselves,” or what kind of art-house cinema experiment is this? I mean 2:08 is Oscar-worthy. In all honesty though, trailbuilding is vital to
Sam Reynolds and friends are stoked to announce that the 2021 Fest Series is kicking off in Stellenbosch, South Africa with Dark Fest. With COVID-19 throwing a wrench into just about every mountain bike of the last 12 months, it’s pretty cool to see the build for Dark Fest 2021 underway. Check out what the riders have in store for this year on the world’s biggest mountain bike jumps!
Living in a mountain town means the fun never really stops, especially during the overlap of seasons, when ripping on dirt and snow are possible on the same day (or even at the same time). For a few weeks in the spring, Snowshoe, West Virginia can be shared by riders looking for both dirt and snow. So of course, Carson Storch invited his buddy Jaxson Riddle, and snowboarders Sean Fitzsimons and Luke Winkelman to shred a custom-built snow and dirt track to celebrate the changing of the