Mountain bike slopestyle star Matt Jones could have took it easy during lockdown in his native Britain, but he decided to keep his groove on by building an amazing trick course and pit bike track in his own backyard.
Swedish slopestyle stars Emil Johansson and Martin Söderström have joined up for a six-part video series called ‘Ride With the Swedes” to shine a light on their country’s booming mountain bike scene and global exploits.
Bruno Hoffmann has undertaken some daredevil stunts in his time, but none as scary as his haunted trip to the iconic Teufelsberg Cold War monitoring station in Berlin.
Gorn “Boy” Sangkaboon told us that his love for cycling was actually inspired by a monkey! During a visit to the circus, he watched a monkey rode its bicycle and performed some cool tricks. He told himself that if a monkey can do it, he must do better. With the inspiration sparked, it’s more hours of YouTube mountain biking videos and bike tricks practices. Meet the Jack-of-all-Bikes!
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Back in 2016, Austrian trials rider Tom Oehler got a unique chance to reel off tricks around the decadent, historic Grand Hotel de l’Europe in the Austrian resort of Bad Gastein. Enjoy these great mood shots and the production video.
The stunning locations used in the hit TV series Game of Thrones served as the backdrop for a wondrous project in 2018 that combined photographer Lorenz Holder and BMX rider Senad Grosic. It’s a couple of years ago, but the tricks look just a awesome and the shots still take our breaths away.
Amidst a bleak outlook, we see some good coming out from it – the good side of humanity becomes more apparent. One fine example we spotted and would like to mention is the Daily Free Food Supply from Leaf Greener Me with Food4Thought. We let the biker behind this project share it in his own words.
You have probably watched Fabio’s Home Office final edit by now. Here’s the bonus Behind the Scene during its production.
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To dig new mountain bike trails in Japan is no easy task, ultimately requiring approval from the government. Ryo Hazuma has spent the better half of a decade earning respect and permission to build trails in the Minami Alps, intersecting mountain biking with heritage and culture across generations.
Carson Storch travelled to the Canadian High Arctic in 2017 for the movie North of Nightfall. He explains how that isolation brought the best out of him.