Austrian downhill cyclist Markus Stöckl recently zipped down a steep slope in the Atacama region of Chile to set a new world’s record for speed on a mountain bike – 167 km/h, or about 103.79 mph. It took Max about 11 seconds to reach his top speed on the way down.
21 mountain bikers will find their way down the steep sandstone formations of Virgin, Utah not on existing paths, but on one of their own creation. Each rider worked with a team of two builders to carve their own path. Watch live on Friday, 10/14/16 at 10:30 AM MT on Red Bull TV.
You’ll believe a bike can fly in this epic run from Rachel Atherton, as she sets a record 10th victory in a row at the 2016 UCI Mountain Bike world cup, tearing down the course at breakneck speeds, over rocks, roots, and other obstacles without so much as flinching.