Bienvenido Aguado has been on a tear lately. Turns out he likes to throw front flips on his big bike. Last weekend, he won Best Trick at Marzocchi Proving Grounds with a front flip off the cannon gap that got the crowd truly riled up. Yesterday, he put down a world’s first at Audi Nines: a front flip tsunami on his downhill bike. For anyone who doesn’t know what that is, it’s a frontflip where Bienvé flips ahead of his bike, bringing it back under his feet late. It’s never been landed on a downhill bike.
German freeride mountain biker Johannes Fischbach wants to set a new kind of world record: the longest distance jumped on his bike. In order to do so, he takes his bike to the top of a 140-meter ski jump…and launches himself off the bottom. Needless to say, it takes a few tries to get the feel of flying off something not designed for bikes, and that includes one of the gnarliest crashes we’ve ever seen. Somehow, despite shearing his seat off his bike and sliding for hundreds of feet,
GoPro footage has a way of making things seem less impressive. That 20-foot drop which looks absolutely massive in person won't look nearly as big when you're going through your footy from the day. We're not sure exactly why that is, but it probably has something to do with depth perception and field-of-view. The solution? Just go bigger. RELATED: Cam McCaul Creates the Slope-Duro-Cross Challenge In the lead-up to Rampage 2019, Red Bull has assembled some of the best POVs from the past few
Even after all these years, any bike ride feels like an escape for pro mountain biker Claire Buchar. Whether it's pitting herself against the clock, chasing friends through the bike park, or just getting out for a soul-feeding pedal, any time spent on two wheels is quality time. Crested Butte, Colorado is one of those places where anything is possible on a bike, so naturally Buchar felt at home. With the days getting shorter and the leaves changing color, Buchar took some time to explore the