The trees are big on Vancouver Island's west coast, but the jumps that Mark Matthews hits with style are massive. Have a look at the clip of Mark that he submitted for the GoPro Line of the World contest.
Dylan "Shredhard" Sherrard has put together some impressive riding footage over the last couple of years. Here he is sharing his passion and motivation for mountain biking and talking about how it got him where he is today.
The Keystone Bike Park is located just outside of Keystone, Colorado, and offers more than 55 trails for riders of all skill levels as well as over 100 miles of singletrack. This year the bike park had a new trail crew, and one of the first things they did was revamp one of the most popular trails in the park, TNT. Watch the video below and see for yourself just how great the new trail looks!
The Suzuki Nine Knights MTB competition is wrapped up for yet another year. Riders spent the week on the course practicing tricks and getting ready for the competition last Saturday at Mottolino Fun Mountain in Livigno, Italy. Nicholi Rogatkin really stepped up his game over the week by landing a Cashroll and a Cork 720 on his downhill bike. The Cashroll was the first one ever landed on a big bike, earning Rogatkin a win for the 'Best Trick Big Bike' award. Check out the highlights below!
Local Kelowna, BC rider Tom van Steenbergen throws down the steeze while defying the laws of physics…
Graham Agassiz has been getting into the limelight over the past few seasons starting with his impressive Red Bull Rampage qualifying run last year, to his involvement with the Fest Series and the recent launch of Ashes to Agassiz, a Sherpas Cinema short film featuring the freerider from Kamloops, BC. In this episode of Dirt Mountain Bike’s Beyond the Bike, Graham discusses why he rides, what keeps him going, and how he deals with the pressure of competition. Watch the video here.
The 2013 Avid Elixir 9 Carbon disc brakes have been redesigned to provide smooth, consistent power thanks to a two-piece caliper matched with cross-drilled rotors. You can customize the feel by using the tool-free reach and pad contact adjustments. Purchase these brakes for yourself from TBS Bike Parts for the low price of $99 per brake.