What makes ‘a spot’, a spot? For his latest project, “Walls”, UK BMX legend Sebastian Keep made it his mission to touch his tires on some of the most unique places in the UK.
Skills Park Winterthur is open..
Skills Park Opening, 17/18 Dezember 2016
Produced by Sandro Szukat / Ridingspirit.com
Is it you or your inner wild self that is pushing you forward into the unknown? It might be dark and scary, but that’s the only way to find those WILD TRAILS. Rider: Peto “Gary” Godora
Remy Metailler Rides Whistler’s Unspoken Trails.
Project supported by the Whislter Mountain Bike Park Race Face Performance Products
We wanted to take our time and work on a project over a week, here is the result. Jibberish or jibber-jabber refer to speech or other use of language that is nonsense, or that appears to be nonsense. It may include speech sounds that are not actual words, or forms such as language games or highly specialized jargon that seems non-sensical to outsiders. Music: Black Marble – Iron Lung.
Two of the world’s most stylish cyclists, freestyle MTB icon Martin Söderström and dirt BMX genius Dawid Godziek, come together and present their new edit Field Trippin’. They raised the bar in their respective scenes, as they fly trough an iconic Swedish landscape without any kickers or landings, pulling world firsts and a signature twister on BMX.
Söderström got his inspiration from a farm segment in the iconic bike film ‚Life Cycles‘. It left an impression on his young mind that he could never forget. To show appreciation for the way the film helped him shape his career, Martin felt a modern tribute was in place.
ESPN, the leading action sports content provider and creator of the X Games, has chosen Minneapolis, Minnesota, as the next U.S. host city for the X Games. Minneapolis will host an X Games summer event for the next two years at the new, state-of-the-art U.S. Bank Stadium in downtown Minneapolis. The events will take place July 13 – 16, 2017 and July 19 – 22, 2018. The selection follows a highly competitive bidding process in which Minneapolis ultimately edged out multiple cities bidding to host the X Games summer event for 2017 and 2018.
Another epic year of Red Bull Rampage is on the books. People questioned if progression was possible while returning to dirt jumps and removing wooden features. The performance all the riders put forth this year answered that question, with Antoine Bizet landing a double backflip – a Rampage first, Graham Agassiz hitting one of the steepest drops we’ve ever seen, and Brandon Semenuk stomping a run that’s among the best in the history of the event.
Want to see what Danny MacAskill does on his day off? „Wee Day Out“ explores the rural landscape around Edinburgh in a film that sets out to capture the simple fun of a ride in the country with moments of incredible riding and a touch of humor. Danny pulls off never-seen-before tricks, most of which would normally be assumed impossible on a mountain bike, like leaping onto a single train track, turning a hay bale into a giant unicycle, riding over a cottage, and disappearing into a 6ft puddle. Oh, and keep an eye out for a cameo from Danny’s dad, Peter!
The bravest and best downhill mountain bikers descended upon Dan Atherton’s notorious Hardline course in the remote Welsh mountains for an epic display of mountain bike progression and racing. In short, this course is F***ing crazy. Steep drops, technical rock gardens, monster road gaps… the list of gnarly features goes on, but when the world’s best come together to race on the track, there’s no doubt the turnout and action will be epic. Take an in depth look at one of the most insane mountain bike events to ever go down, Red Bull Hardline.
1. Bernard Kerr (GBR) 3.32.46
2. Ruaridh Cunningham (GBR) 3.34.86 (+2.40)
3. Adam Brayton (GBR) 3.35.50 (+3.04)
4. Gee Atherton (GBR) 3.35.97 (+3.51)
5. George Brannigan (NZ) 3.39.14 (+6.68)
6. Mick Hannah (AUS) 3.39.28 (+6.82)
7. Eddie Masters (NZ) 3.39.94 (+7.48)
8. Joe Smith (GBR) 3.40.21 (+7.75)
9. Taylor Vernon (GBR) 3.41.22 (+8.76)
10. Brook Macdonald (NZ) 3.41.30 (+8.84)
11. Mark Wallace (CAN) 3.41.82 (+9.36)
12. Al Bond (GBR) 3.47.24 (+14.78)
13. Dan Atherton (GBR) 3.47.66 (+15.20)
14. Graeme Mudd (AUS) 3.49.50 (+17.04)
Welcome to the next level! This year once again MASH will be presenting top-level action sports featuring some of the world’s best athletes. Following its success in previous years, Swatch Prime Line will return as a Diamond Event on the FMB World Tour, while for the first time the Street League Skateboarding World Tour will hold its first stop at MASH. The world’s wakeboard elite will also descend on Germany this summer to go head to head in a thrilling Big Air contest.
PAUL RODRIGUEZ WINS THE 2016 SLS NIKE SB WORLD TOUR IN MUNICH
Starting the season with a strong victory was Nike SB Pro Paul Rodriguez, earning his first SLS victory since 2013, his fifteenth 9 Club trick, $80,000 and the prized Golden Ticket to the SLS Nike SB Super Crown World Championship. Second and third places deservedly went to Luan Oliveira and Nyjah Huston, each both favorites to make the Championship.
DOMINIK HERNLER ROCKS THE OLYMPIC LAKE AT THE MASH
Dominik Hernler rocked the Olympic Lake this Sunday with victory at the WAKEBOARD BIG AIR event. The Austrian pulled off a stunning Switch Mobe Melon to claim top spot ahead of local heroes Dominik Gührs and Nico von Lerchenfeld at what was the first edition of this exciting event in Munich’s Olympic Park. “I am so happy. Today everything came off and the atmosphere here at the Olympic Lake was really cool,” commented event winner Hernler.
The final of the WABEBOARD BIG AIR contest, held in front of 16.500 MASH-spectators lining the banks of the lake, could hardly have been tenser.
ROGATKIN (USA) WINS THE SWATCH PRIME LINE AT MASH 2016
The world’s best slopestyle athletes competed in Munich at Swatch Prime Line at MASH today in front of 20,000 spectators in the Olympic Park. In the historic setting it was a nonetheless historic day for the 20-year-old American, who won his first ever FMB Diamond Series Event at Swatch Prime Line.
Summer X Games Austin 2016 June 2-5