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VIDEO: Finn Iles Teaches Us How to Scrub

Whip for show, scrub for dough!

Wise words for anyone looking to go fast and win races on their mountain bike – but how do you even scrub? Not that whipping is easy, but scrubbing is certainly a skill that takes some work. Who better than Finn Iles to show us how it works, and what better place to do it than the Whistler Bike Park’s infamous A-Line jumps?

Finn takes those wise words even further, explaining that there’s in fact two ways to scrub – one for style points, and one to keep your speed for winning races (catching “fat W’s” as the youth say.) Listen to what the master has to say, and maybe you’ll be as fast as him some day!

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Josh Bryceland Has A PSA: Please Clean Up Your MTB Trails After Shredding!
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Josh Bryceland Has A PSA: Please Clean Up Your MTB Trails After Shredding!

Josh Bryceland Has A PSA: Please Clean Up Your MTB Trails After Shredding!

Josh Bryceland’s English might be a little tough to understand sometimes, but his message here is clear: as mountain bikers, we need to remember to do our part as trail stewards and help clean up the woods! After one of his favorite local riding spots got pretty trashed by heavy use this summer, Ratboy was bummed by what he found while out riding. So he took it upon himself to do his part and clean up the woods, picking up all manner of garbage along the trails. RELATED: Accomplice Trip

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Funny: Fabio Wibmer Shows The True Side of Action Sports Filmmaking
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Funny: Fabio Wibmer Shows The True Side of Action Sports Filmmaking

Funny: Fabio Wibmer Shows The True Side of Action Sports Filmmaking

Action sports filmmaking isn’t just all fun and games, as superstar Fabio Wibmer shares with us in his latest documentary. We’ll let you in on a little secret, there’s usually stunt doubles involved for all the crazy stuff, as well as hundreds of takes and re-takes to get the perfect shot, and almost everything actually happens in post with CGI and other movie magic. Learn a little more about Fabio’s nine-to-five and how these films happen. All jokes aside, creating mind-blowing content like

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VIDEO: 8K FPV Drone Footage of Châtel Bike Park
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VIDEO: 8K FPV Drone Footage of Châtel Bike Park

VIDEO: 8K FPV Drone Footage of Châtel Bike Park

The future of FPV drone cinematography is bright. The associated technologies and techniques have seen rapid growth over the past few years, placing versatile film-making tools in the hands of ordinary people. RELATED: BTS of Brandon Semenuk's Segment For an example of the power of FPV, check out this short video of France's Châtel Bike Park. Filmed and edited by a single pilot, it showcases Châtel from an angle previously only available to those with access to a helicopter. Imagine a world