Kurt Sorge's recent win at Red Bull Rampage was his second taste of gold in three years at the event. Each year, riders sculpt increasingly challenging lines in the Utah desert and raise the bar of what's possible to do on two wheels, and Kurt is at the forefront of the movement.
Ex-racer Nikki Whiles rides some Welsh singletrack and talks about his passion for all things two-wheeled.
Steve Storey just won the GoPro of the World Best Line Contest’s September People’s Choice Award for his incredible footage of his ride on the trail he built himself in Whistler: Roca Verde. This one’s going to get your heart racing!
Guillaume Merlinge straps a GoPro to his helmet and rides along a winding trail through Les Gorges De Saint Pierre in France. This daunting trail runs alongside a huge cliff and doesn't offer any room for error. Would you ride this trail?
They say lightning never strikes the same place twice...well, it looks like Randy Spangler has a story that defies that rule from Rampage 2012. Here's his version of the event:
Fall riding conditions are unpredictable; don't take the chance of getting mud and debris in your face while riding through sloppy trails. TBS Bike Parts currently stocks the infamous Marshguard mudguard that is lightweight, customizable and easily installed, for only $15.
The weather forecast isn't good for Rampage on Saturday, so the organizers have changed the event to Friday, October 16th. After digging and building for four days, the riders are beginning to test out their lines. Here's a clip of the first session to go down in preparation for the big event!
Nick Pescetto is getting ready for his second appearance at the Red Bull Rampage on October 17th. He was joined by the CP Gang on the Black Hills in Southern France to train on unforgiving terrain that's similar to the Rampage site in Utah.