We’re always big fans of Dylan Stark’s pedal-to-the-metal riding, whether it’s on big wheels or small, and we’re extra big fans of the fact that he just released his Real Heat video part for free online. With some seriously high-level riding gracing the internet this past week with X-Games Real MTB, we’ve got to say Mr. Stark can hold his own. I mean come on…that roof drop at 4:05? I wouldn’t even be mad if that was my house. Keep keeping it metal, Dylan.
We’re just a few short weeks away from the second-ever Red Bull Formation taking place outside Virgin, Utah. Are the riders ready? Yes, but there’s always room for more. In the case of Samantha Soriano, she’s still pushing her progression with a little help from her best friend/worst enemy, her own brother Ross. Learn more about her process getting ready for the biggest event in women’s freeride mountain biking in Episode 1 of her new web series
Mountain biking doesn’t always have to take place in actual mountains, and DJ Brandt of all people knows that. It was edits like this one that put him on the map in the first place. Sure, we’re used to watching him throw down on his big bike in places like Virgin, but if his X Games Real MTB video proves anything, he’s still an absolute weapon when it comes to street riding. For his latest edit with Commencal, he put on some Mos Def, hopped aboard his dirt jumper and took it back to his roots
Even though Brandon Semenuk constantly puts out one mind-bending bike edit after another, he hardly ever talks in any of them. He's a man of few words, which is fair considering he’d rather channel all his energy into landing bike tricks that are hard to comprehend. But when he does open up about his career, it’s worth listening to. Recently he sat down with pro BMX rider Dennis Enarson for an episode of the Unclicked podcast. Semenuk chatted for a whopping two hours about his passion for