With so much attention put on racing and competitions, good old-fashioned riding your bikes with your friends sometimes goes overlooked. Well that’s exactly what Adolf Silva, Ben Deakin, and Joel Anderson set out to do in South Africa. The crew hit a handful of classic jump and freeride spots in the area, testing the limits of their trailbikes and creativity, and things got really rowdy, really fast. Check out the session at the infamous Night Harvest jump jam. Adolf Silva has some moves!
Talk about bike control. While Belgian Nico Vink is best known for sending the biggest jumps in the world and freeriding down obscure peaks, the man knows a thing or two about manualing. Taking a break from his usual Chatel bike park antics, he heads to the loamy woods of Whistler. Truth be told, he may as well have left his front wheel back in Europe, because it seemingly doesn’t touch the ground once in this edit.
Five years ago Liv Cycling and Crankworx noticed something troubling; there weren’t many women hitting A-Line. It’s one of the most hyped trails in downhill riding, but due to the jumps and the intensity of the riders—it’s also one of the most intimidating. So, Liv had a wild idea: let’s shut it down just for the girls. This resulted in one of the most beloved and popular events for women in the industry, in which they can try A-Line for three hours with confidence and support. This year's
Yup. Nitro Circus’s Todd Meyn strapped on his favorite lycra suit and roadie helmet to ride a road bike down the mega ramp. The result? A front flip no-hander. Sit back and take this one in a few times. Pretty rowdy, eh?