MTB master Brandon Semenuk takes us on a thrilling ride through the woods of Hakuba Valley, Japan in this clip from Red Bull and Revel Co.’s Light Speed. Watch in awe as Semenuk pulls some epic powerslides, flips, and tricks, as the beautiful and exotic scenery rushes by.
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If you’re looking for some of the world’s most extraordinary and extreme mountain bike trails, look no further than this video from Red Bull. Along the way, MTB riders Rob Warner, Matt Jones, Ollie Wilkins, and Finn Lies will take you on a trip through six spectacular locations, from Africa to New Zealand to Colombia.
Take a ride along the skinniest line possible with mountain biker “Dangerous Dave” Herr. Watch as he negotiates wooden paths, some of which are roughly the width of his forks in this award-winning clip in the Pinkbike GoPro of the World Best Line contest. Watch from a different perspective here.
Rider Johannes Fischbach hopes to someday break the record for the world’s longest mountain bike jump. He recently made an attempt off of a 140-meter (459 ft) ski jump, but unfortunately couldn’t stick the landing. Amazingly, he got up and walked away from this terrifying stunt.
In filmmaker Brandon Semenuk and Rupert Walker’s short action film, mountain bike riders Semenuk and Ryan “R-Dog” Howard pair up in close proximity to show off their skills and daring, while being pursued by an expertly-flown drone. Enjoy another 100 seconds of Semenuk goodness here.
Freestyle MTB rider Matt Jones shows off some epic tricks out in the forest in Red Bull’s beautifully shot short film which uses rotoscoped multiple exposures to peer into Matt’s mind as he works out and improves each maneuver. That loop de loop was totally sick.
Diamondback Bicycles worked with Juicy Studios director Mike Hopkins and cinematographer Scott Secco to create this awesome ad spot to promote its new Mission Carbon bike. The clip takes us on a wild ride down the side of a mountain as the director himself, Micayla Gatto, and Reilly Horan put the badass bike to the test.
Check out this incredible point of view video captured by rider Kilian Bron, who managed to beat out more than 700 other bike riders on an unmarked 15.5 mile, 7800+ vertical foot downhill run in the 2019 Mountain of Hell competition in the French Alps. There was also quite the crash at the start of the race. (Thanks Matl!)
We’ve seen lots of epic downhill mountain bike footage over the years, but never one like this. Rider OlaBMX got his hands on a ridiculously small Rocker BMX Mini Rig bike, then took it for a spin to see what it could do. It looks like a blast, though certainly not the safest ride.
Tune in on Friday, 10/27/2017 starting at 11am CDT for Red Bull’s epic annual mountain bike ride. Riders with balls of steel will return to the rugged and rocky cliffs of Virgin, Utah, tearing down 1000 vertical feet of treacherous terrain for supremacy. Watch the Trailer here.
Drop right in the middle of the Red Bull District Ride urban MTB freeride through Nuremberg, courtesy of a 360º camera mounted atop one of its rider’s helmets. We suggest watching it a few times from different angles, like backwards, or looking down on the guy’s helmet.
An upcoming game for PC and Mac which sends players on a ride down the side of a mountain on their bicycle. The game will offer open level designs which allow you to take whatever path you want all the way from the top of the mountain to the bottom. Follow it on Steam.
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.
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