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Pavel Alekhin Goes Big!

Pavel Alekhin

Pavel Alekhin, Russia’s most famous slopestyle rider, loves to push the limits of what’s possible in the world of freeride and slopestyle. After a long time of being plagued by injuries, he’s back! For his latest collection of world’s firsts, he travelled to a abandoned Russian military base in Kaliningrad. …

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Straight outta Verbier – George Brannigan

George Brannigan

Vallnord is around the corner, so Commencal came out with a sick edit featuring none other than George Brannigan to get you hyped for the next round! There’s no difference between a charging bull and George Brannigan, except for the fact that George isn’t there to run you down (we …

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Kickin’ it Old School with Chris Akrigg

Old School

There’s no school like the old school, right? Everything was better in the 80s and 90s. Brick-sized phones, computers that took up half a room, the Nintendo, neon clothes, lycra, racer shades, steel frames…Man, those were the days! Chris Akrigg is the reason that you went out and picked up …

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Bike Check: Slawek Lukasik’s NS Bikes Fuzz

NS Bikes Fuzz

Sławek Łukasik, the Polish pride on the UCI MTB World Cup circuit, has been tearing it up in 2016 on his NS Bikes Fuzz. He currently sits in 10th place in the UCI rankings (which count all competitions, not just the World Cup), finished in 23rd in Lenzerheide, is the …

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World Champs in Numbers

World Champs

There are just 2 weeks left before Val Di sole World Champs. Below you can find some stats about last World Champs in Vallnord, Andora 2015. We took some time to make a research about frames, forks, countries and average age of riders. In case you’ve missed it, here’s the Val …

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Trek’s Prototype DH Bike – Crankworx Whistler 2016

The evolution of Trek’s downhill bike continues. Trek’s current Session downhill bike has been in their catalog since 2008, but it has been evolving and changing almost yearly since then. A couple of years back, the Session name was used for Trek’s big-travel, single-pivot downhill beast, as well as for …

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2017 Solid Strike EVO: Metal is Back

Solid Strike EVO 2017: Metal is Back The Solid Strike has already proven itself as a true racing machine in the past two years with several podiums at National and International level. Now arrives the new incarnation for 2017, the Strike EVO which takes the bike up a level; making …

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Thomas Genon’s Silver Medal Run – Red Bull Joyride 2016

Silver Medal Run

You know the rider, now watch him take the fight to Brett Rheeder during Red Bull Joyride 2016. We’re talking about Thomas Genon’s Silver Medal Run from last weekend, which had the chance of inching past Rheeder’s score of 93. [AdSense-B] The Belgian rider was coming into the weekend with …

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Brett Rheeder’s Winning Run – Joyride 2016

Brett Rheeder

“Good things come to those that wait.” This definitely rang true for Canadian Brett Rheeder, who absolutely smashed his first run at Red Bull Joyride 2016, scoring 93.00 points on a course that saw many riders take an all-or-nothing approach in their second run after crashes in their first runs. …

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Red Bull Joyride 2016 Report

Red Bull Joyride

Red Bull Joyride is an event that many freeride fans wait for all year (next to Rampage), and just like every year, this was wild! A big, fast track with 14 features, the Joyride track is always good for a lot of bangers. The question on everybody’s mind; could Semenuk …

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