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Video: Mountain Biking at 1000FPS Looks Unreal

Slow-mo shots are commonplace in action sports videos, and for good reason: It's easy to miss the little things when watching high-speed sports. In the world of skiing, this is often seen in park edits where spins and flips happen too quickly for us to catch the intricate grabs and/or rotations going down. When slowed down, however, it's easy to see the little things that set the pros apart.

RELATED: Commencal's Latest MTB Edit is a Must-Watch

The same holds true in mountain biking. Watching a professional mountain biker rip down a line is impressive, but becomes even more impressive when slow-mo enables us to see the precise adjustments and reactions of top-tier bikers. This ultra-slow-mo edit is even better than that, allowing us to see the ripples on Bryn Atkinson's skin and his bike's flex as he shreds, thanks to the Phantom High Speed camera's 1000+ frames per second.

Watch more biking videos on Youtube. To watch Youtube videos without buffering I use the du home packages which enables me to watch all the videos without interruption.

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Video: Danny Macaskill Hits the Gym
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Video: Danny Macaskill Hits the Gym

Video: Danny Macaskill Hits the Gym

We’re all about making gains in the gym to get strong for playing in the mountains, but Danny Macaskill has a completely different vision when it comes to training. Never one to be too far from his bike, he puts on a clinic in creativity in his latest video masterpiece putting his trials bike (and some unsuspecting gym equipment) to the test. RELATED: Adolf Silva Shares Crash That Kept Him Out of Rampage We’ve definitely never seen anyone nose wheelie an assault bike, 360 the parallel bars,

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Rémy Métailler Brings Rampage Renown to Utah Desert
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Rémy Métailler Brings Rampage Renown to Utah Desert

Rémy Métailler Brings Rampage Renown to Utah Desert

Nicknamed the Flying Frenchy, Rémy Métailler is a big name in the freeride mountain biking world, usually tearing up his home base of Whistler or riding in some of Red Bull’s freeride competitions like urban racing in Valparaiso or the infamous Rampage. RELATED: Watch the Crash That Kept Adolf Silva Out of Rampage In a separate behind-the scenes clip published before this final cut, he mentions that the extraterrestrial winds and lunar landscape of Utah gave him even more pause than the

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Julia Hobson Heals From Tragedy Through Biking
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Julia Hobson Heals From Tragedy Through Biking

Julia Hobson Heals From Tragedy Through Biking

We’ve all heard of it. Many of us have experienced it firsthand. An adventure that quickly spirals out of control. A miscalculated glance of the eyes that somehow steers your handlebars astray. A snow snake that tumbles you into disarray. For Julia Hobson, the unimaginable quickly changed the course of her life in 2011 when she and her husband were climbing in Moab and his foot slipped before clipping the piece he had just placed above his head. He fell. Julia caught him on the rope quickly