Miranda Miller, Remy Gauvin und Jesse Melamed arbeiten an ihren Skills

Die Enduro Kanadische Enduro WG arbeitet an ihren Skills. Wer den Channel von Miranda Miller, Remy Gauvin und Jesse Melamed noch nicht kennt, sollte unbedingt mal vorbei schauen. Die drei Enduro Athleten zeigen neben ihrem Training auch Storys zur Szene und verpacken das ganze mit viel Humor.

This week MGM Alternative drops in on some Skills n’ Drills! Over the past few years we’ve had the time and opportunity to push ourselves physically; training harder, racing more and going bigger than before. Each season our sponsors have provided us with gear more advanced than the model before. It is safe to say that we spend each day with a small amount of pressure and desire to be better than before. This can be stressful, especially at the pointy end when your progression is harder to measure and even harder to feel. It’s good for us to take a break from pushing and to focus on the fundamentals again which allows us to practice without pushing.

Mountain biking can be a hard sport to practice because of the amount of variables there are in a single trail, as well as the effort it takes to do repeating laps. Our hope is that this video can serve as a reminder to all the riders that are looking to improve; that we should all take the time to go back to the basics and work on technique.

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Greg Callaghan über sein Wurzeln in Irland und den Support seiner Familie

EWS Racer Greg Callaghan wurde quasi auf zwei Rädern geboren. Der Ire startete mit Moto-Trails und fand in seiner Jugend gefallen am Mountainbike Sport. In der kurzen Dokumentation von Devinci erzählt Greg von seinen Wurzeln in Irland und dem Support seiner Familie. 

It’s hard to find a photo from Greg Callaghan’s childhood without a bike or moto in it. The Irishman has been racing and riding bikes with his dad, Stanley, his entire life. To this day, even as Greg’s career as an EWS racer has him travelling for months at a time, the pair still get out to ride whenever they can, if only for the banter.

Rooted In Ireland is the story of a bond between father and son that was built on the muddy race tracks and trails of Ireland, where two generations of Callahan boys regularly take their place on the podium.

VIDEO: Calvin Huth legt die Kamera beiseite und zeigt was er auf dem Bike kann!

Den Namen Calvin Huth kennen die meisten nur aus dem Abspann einiger der besten Freeride Edits der letzten Jahre. Doch der Kanadier ist nicht nur hinter der Kamera grandios sondern kann auch sehr gut Fahrradfahren. 

Feels good to log what will likely be my only edit of myself riding.

Huge Thanks to Peter Jamison for filming me.

VIDEO: Gee Atherton sucht nach den größten Gaps im Dyfi Bike Park

Pro Racer Gee Atherton such in seinem neusten Video nach neuen Gaps im Dyfi Bike Park. Der von den Athertons betriebene Park im Westen des Vereinigten Königreichs ist aktuell eine der begehrtesten Locations unter den World Cup Fahrern. Racer wie Brendon Fairclough, Joe Breeden und Bernard Kerr trainieren dort regelmäßig. 

Gee Atherton spends the day hitting some unseen gaps on some of the fastest trails we have!

Gee said “In such dry conditions the speed was unreal! If I could hang on to the bike I could make some brand new, untested gapsI Watch the raw footage of one of the most fun days I’ve had on a bike. This was insane.”

VIDEO: Bienvenido Aguado in Utah – Origin

In den letzten Monaten zog es gefühlt jeden Freerider mit Rang und Namen in die zerklüfteten Berge Utahs. Auch YT Fahrer Bienvenido Aguado lies es sich nicht nehmen an dem wohl berühmtesten Freeride Spot der Welt ein Edit zu drehen. In Origin zeigt der junge Spanier mal wieder, dass er zu den besten Big Air und Slopestyle Athleten der Welt gehört. 



VIDEO: Auf dem Trail mit vier Pfoten

Im neuen Shimano Video dreht sich alles um den Hund. Die vierbeinigen Begleiter lieben die Natur mindestens genauso sehr wie wir Mountainbiker. Egal ob bei schlechtem Wetter oder bei strahlender Sonne – Hunde wollen draußen sein und die Welt entdecken. 

It all starts with the trail. The crunch of the dirt, the smell of a dewy morning ride, or the feeling of brushing away pebbles with a perfectly timed belly scrub. These are the happy memories of a trail dog’s life well lived.

Raven is a 13-year-old retired trail dog from Squamish, British Columbia who’s spent countless days frolicking on loamy singletrack beneath towering spruces. Old age has slowed her down, and now Raven happily lies in the driveway, watching dog after dog, and their human, head for the hills.

Celebrating the joys of mountain biking through the eyes of the trail dog, Raven takes us from her driveway memories in BC to the high deserts of Utah, to freshly cut South African trails and back again. We meet some of the feistiest, four-legged trail personalities along the way, who all enjoy the mountain bike world in their own way, just like us humans do, whether it’s hitting jump lines, lapping through the loam, or setting out to build new trail.

VIDEO: Wade Simmons und Geoff Gulevich fahren oldschool North Shore Trail

Die zwei Freeride Legenden Geoff Gulevich und Wade Simmons sind auf dem North-Shore Klassiker Boogieman unterwegs und suchen nach der besten Linie. 

Who you gonna call? Wade Simmons is back for another Race Face Pick-A-Part episode! This time his sights are set on the infamous Boogieman trail. He’ll be giving you the goods on tackling old school features like skinnies, teeter totters, and steep a** rock rolls.

As an added bonus, Wade brought along a special guest: RF Factory Rider Geoff “Gully” Gulevich to join in on the Pick-A-Part fun and get his views on the old school lines. You’ll no longer fear a visit with the Boogieman after you learn his secrets from Wade and Gully!