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Video: We Aspire to Bike like this 8-Year-Old

It appears that kids these days don’t seem to be into little league anymore. No, they’d rather be hucking themselves off Smart Bastard like Kai Jones, or backflipping their mountain bikes like 8-year-old Harry Schofield. According to Schofield’s parents on Youtube, 2018 has been a “progressive” year for their biking phenom.

RELATED: Catch Kai Jones on NBC’s The Today Show

They’re certainly speaking the truth. The grom has been busy honing his repertoire to include backflips, 720s, and jumps that would deter most seasoned veterans. One can only imagine what he’ll be doing when he’s on a full-sized mountain bike.

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Video: Try Real-Life Mario Kart at a French Resort
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Video: Try Real-Life Mario Kart at a French Resort

Video: Try Real-Life Mario Kart at a French Resort

Serre Chevalier, a French ski resort near the Italian border, is now offering visitors the chance to mountain kart. What exactly is mountain karting? Well. from the promotional video posted by the resort, it appears to be an unpowered downhill race on tricycles with fat tires.   Related: Calvin Huth Drops New Mountain Bike Film Serre Chevalier is located in the Alps separating France and Italy. Google map. The karting only costs 16 Euros per run with a lift ticket, or 25.50 Euros without a

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Dark Fest is the Bad Kid in Mountain Biking
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Dark Fest is the Bad Kid in Mountain Biking

Dark Fest is the Bad Kid in Mountain Biking

I mean Red Bull Rampage is cool, but what about sessioning the biggest jumps in the world with a dozen of your best friends? That’s what the FEST series is all about, and the latest event – Darkfest 2019 – pushed mountain biking progression even further into the stratosphere. This event isn’t about racing the clock or who can spin the most times, it’s simply about gathering a community of like-minded riders and giving them the playground of their dreams. RELATED: Video - Complete Carnage at

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Check Out this Sick Drone Angle of Ripping Irish Singletrack
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Check Out this Sick Drone Angle of Ripping Irish Singletrack

Check Out this Sick Drone Angle of Ripping Irish Singletrack

For a few years now, we’ve slowly seen drones take hold of all sorts of action sports filmmaking. With technology exponentially improving with every new drone model released, cinematographers can get creative with dramatic new moving angles to showcase what athletes are doing in the mountains. Take, for example, Greg Callaghan’s latest Sound of Speed edit, where he gets chased by an FPV racing drone down his favorite enduro trails at home in Ireland. RELATED: Sam Blenkinsop Showcases NZ in