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What Does it Take to Ride for the Santa Cruz Syndicate?

Well, this may as well be the greatest mountain biking video ever made. The Santa Cruz Syndicate just signed two fresh young riders, Luca Shaw and Loris Vergier, to their World Cup DH squad and sent them to a secret training camp for initiation. The team is already full of DH legends like Steve Peat and Greg Minnaar, as well as more…um…well-rounded riders like Josh Bryceland (aka Ratboy) and Danny MacAskill.

The young guns Shaw and Vergier were in for quite the shock during their first session of boot camp in Santa Cruz.

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Matty Miles Laces Up Some Drool-Worthy Lines in This raw Edit
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Matty Miles Laces Up Some Drool-Worthy Lines in This raw Edit

Matty Miles Laces Up Some Drool-Worthy Lines in This raw Edit

Red Bull’s Raw 100 series is back with Matty Miles shredding some singletrack in Kamloops, BC. He goes fast, he goes big, and he makes it all look stupid easy.  Raw 100 is meant to highlight the talent of filmmakers by showing riding at its rawest: no music, no funky effects, just good, clean riding. This time around, Rupert Walker captures Kamloops local Matty Miles lacing up some drool-worthy lines.

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More New Zealand Mountain Biking Madness
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More New Zealand Mountain Biking Madness

More New Zealand Mountain Biking Madness

Vancouver’s could and wet winter wasn’t exactly what mountain biker Reece Wallace was looking for, so he packed up and headed down to New Zealand for the first stop of the Crankworx World Tour. On the way, he put together a edit of riding around Queenstown, and it does not disappoint. It has everything from dirt jumps (found at Gorge Road, and some of the most surreal features I have ever seen) to DH runs, to high-alpine singletrack, and Wallace proceeds to slay it all. 

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The Sea Otter Classic Dual Slalom Was Too Much Fun
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The Sea Otter Classic Dual Slalom Was Too Much Fun

The Sea Otter Classic Dual Slalom Was Too Much Fun

The Sea Otter Classic, held each year in Monterey, California is three days of all things biking. TGR was fortunate enough to attend and enjoyed the days of racing and new gear. What stood out was the Dual Slalom, a race that pitted two riders against each other rather than the clock. The course was a fast, bermed beast, making for some A+ racing.  Share in the excitement with a highlight video from our friends at Pinkbike.