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Marcelo Gutiérrez Rides Into the Earth: Colombia | Downhill MTB

Marcelo Gutierrez and Esteban Zuluaga hit the flowy DH track in Zipaquirá, Colombia, turning off into the depths of a below-ground salt mine to finish off their unique course.

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ABSA Cape Epic 2017 – Stage 4 – GoPro Highlights

Nice on board action, amazing landscapes and steep hillslopes is guaranteed in the ABSA Cape Epic 2017 – Stage 4 – GoPro Highlights clip.

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ABSA Cape Epic 2017 – Stage 4 – #EpicEnergadeMoments

In the ABSA Cape Epic 2017 – Stage 4 – #EpicEnergadeMoment clip racing action the way down to Oak valley and the award ceremony is guaranteed.

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ABSA Cape Epic 2017 – Stage 4 – Untamed Landscapes

Stage 4 of the Absa Cape Epic was a 112km trek from Elandskloof near Greyton to Oak Valley Wine Estate in Elgin. It was a day that most expected marathon men Christoph Sauser and Jaroslav Kulhavy (Investec-Songo-Specialized) to make their move and knock the cheeky cross-country kings off their perch.

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ABSA Cape Epic 2017 – Stage 4 – Untamed Action

Race debutants Andri Frischknecht and Michiel Van der Heijden (SCOTT-SRAM Young Guns), with a whole lot of help from 2016 Olympic champion Nino Schurter and partner Matthias Stirnemann (SCOTT-SRAM MTB Racing), ruled the day on Stage 4 of the 2017 Absa Cape Epic. Overall leaders Manuel Fumic and Henrique Avancini (Cannondale Factory Racing XC) finished third on the day, two-and-a-half minutes off the pace. Their time was enough to retain the yellow zebra leader jersey, though. 

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ABSA Cape Epic 2017 – Stage 3 – GoPro Highlights

Water crossings, steep hillslopes and on board action in the ABSA Cape Epic 2017 – Stage 3 – GoPro Highlight Clip. The riders traverse some of the most beautiful scenery in the Western Cape.

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ABSA Cape Epic 2017 – Stage 3 – #EpicEnergadeMoments

In this clip an athlete got some difficulties with his foot pedal. He continues the race with just one pedal until he reaches the next water point, where he can fix it up.

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ABSA Cape Epic 2017 – Stage 3 – Untamed Landscapes

Stage 3 was a relatively short 78km that took riders out of the Elandskloof race village towards Genadendal and through the Greyton network of mountain bike trails. It was a day for the cross-country specialists to rise to the occasion, with Schurter and Stirneman duly obliging.

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ABSA Cape Epic 2017 – Stage 3 – Untamed Action

Christoph Sauser and Jaroslav Kulhavy claimed a second consecutive stage win at the 2017 Absa Cape Epic, and at the same time managed to eat into the time gap of the overall leaders, Manuel Fumic and Henrique Avancini. Second on Stage 3, which ended in a sprint finish, were Nino Schurter and Matthias Stirnemann, with third-place going to Nicola Rohrbach and Daniel Geismayr.

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ABSA Cape Epic 2017 – Stage 2 – GoPro Highlight

In this Clip you will see a lovely flowing singletrack behind 52. Amazing Track and outstanding Landscapes.

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ABSA Cape Epic 2017 – Stage 2 – #EpicEnergadeMoments

Short Clip about an outstanding balance performance of a participant of the Cape Epic 2017. An #EpicEnergadeMoment!                                   

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ABSA Cape Epic 2017 – Stage 2 – Untamed LandscapesABSA Cape Epic 2017 – Stage 2 – Untamed Landscapes

After two days of extreme weather conditions Stage 2 of the Absa Cape Epic was shortened to 62km. Instead of riding the 102km to Elandskloof near Greyton, riders finished at what would have been the second water point for the day at the Botanical Gardens just outside Caledon.                                                                                             

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ABSA Cape Epic 2017 – Stage 2 – Untamed Action

Jaroslav Kulhavy and Christoph Sauser were first over the line in a thrilling sprint finish to claim their first stage win of the 2017 event, with Nino Schurter and Matthias Stirnemann just behind in second. Overall leaders Manual Fumic and Henrique Avancini were in the sprint but finished third on the day and hold a decent two minute-plus lead over Sauser and Kulhavy in the race for the Absa Cape Epic title. 

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ABSA Cape Epic 2017 – Stage 1 – GoPro Highlights

Massive crashes, amazing landscapes and onboard action is guaranteed in the GoProHighlights Clip.              

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ABSA Cape Epic 2017– Stage 1 – #EpicEnergadeMoments

Jaroslav Kulhavy from had a crash near the end of the stage, relinquishing their chances of stage win. Meanwhile Sabine Spitz went over her bars just before the Haarkappers ascent after water point 2, opening up a nasty gash above her left eye. Spitz went on to finish the stage.

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ABSA Cape Epic 2017– Stage 1 – Untamed Landscapes

The first stage of the 2017 Cape Epic will start and finish at Hermanus High School. It will take the riders through 101 kilometers distance and 2300 meters climbing.                                  

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ABSA Cape Epic 2017 – Stage 1 – Untamed Action

Cross-country specialists Manuel Fumic and Henrique Avancini continued their blazing assault on the 2017 Absa Cape Epic with another stage win. The pair has now scored a hattrick of stage wins if you include their victory in the final stage of the 2016 Cape Epic. On the 101km route that started and finished at Hermanus High School, Fumic and Avancini raced home in a time of 4:25.35, which means they retain the overall lead and the yellow jersey. They admitted, though, that an unfortunate tumble by Jaroslav Kulhavy around 5km to go allowed them to cross the line first. Second over the line was Christoph Sauser and an incredibly dusty Kulhavy, while third on the day went to Jochen Kaess and Markus Kauffmann. Defending champions Karl Platt and Urs Huber were seventh on the day, five-and-half minutes off the stage pace and almost 10 minutes off first place on the overall standings. After regaining his composure and cooling down, Platt offered - still with his trademark grin and a one word assessment of the day’s riding: “tough”.

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ABSA Cape Epic 2017– Prologue – #EpicEnergadeMoments

When Mark Smith and Alan Van Schoor (Masters) started the prologue race, they never thought about what problems they had to face. Mark's handlebar broke and so he had to finish the race with a half-handlebar.

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ABSA Cape Epic 2017– Prologue – Untamed Landscapes

The Absa Cape Epic route changes every year. The dedicated route team takes two years to plan where in South Africa's rugged Western Cape province riders will test themselves with a distance of around 800km and 15 000m climbing. What is guaranteed each year is a challenging traverse of the area's iconic fynbos valleys, majestic mountains, deep ravines, indigenous forests, spectacular coastlines and flourishing vineyards.The terrain is as varied as it is harsh - dusty and demanding gravel roads, strenuous rocky climbs, thrilling technical descents, refreshing river crossings and fast forest single tracks. The Absa Cape Epic route gives riders and fans the opportunity to experience the historic and scenic towns in the Western Cape - many of them off the beaten tourist track. Over the past decade the race has visited more than 40 towns.

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ABSA Cape Epic 2017– Prologue – Untamed Action

The 2017 Absa Cape Epic started exactly as they 2016 edition ended, with Manuel Fumic and Henrique Avancini (Cannondale Factor Racing XC) powering onto the Meerendal Wine Estate fields to take the win.Last year the pair claimed the final stage of the Cape Epic; this year they put their considerable cross-country talents to good use to out-race a star-studded field to claim the 26km Prologue at a blazing hot Meerendal.2016 Olympic cross-country champion Nino Schurter and teammate Matthias Stirnemann (SCOTT-SRAM MTB Racing) finished second, with Trek-Selle San Marco’s Samuele Porro and Alexey Medvedev taking the final podium place.Defending champions Karl Platt and Urs Huber (Bulls) finished sixth, while returning five-time winner Christoph Sauser and Czech teammate Jaroslav Kulhavy (Investec-Songo-Specialized) were fourth on the day.As ever, Fumic was all smiles off the bike. “We are very happy with the result,” he said. “Our plan was to put up a good time and that’s exactly what we did. Obviously the Prologue is a cross-country day and that really suits us. We targeted this day and our aim was always to be number one on the podium. But 26km is very routine for us. Tomorrow the race starts and we are hopefully be near the front for the rest of the week.”

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(OFFICIAL) Eric Barone - 227,720 km/h (141.498 mph) - Mountain Bike World Speed Record - 2017

(OFFICIAL) Eric Barone - 227,720 km/h (141.498 mph) - Mountain Bike World Speed Record - 2017 Once again, Eric Barone, so called The Red Baron showed his talent, commitment and self-control. On March, 18th 2017 at 7:40am, Eric has beaten his own world speed record with a mountain bike on the speed snow track of Vars, France. After 2 years of a challenging project, Eric Barone, surrounded by his team reached 227,720 Km/h (141.498 mph) despite high unstabilities on the fastest part of the run, which forced Eric to go beyond his limits. His previous record was established in 2015 on the same ski track at 223,3 Km/h (138.75 mph) More news on Eric Barone (surnommé Le Baron rouge) a su prouver une nouvelle fois son talent, son engagement et sa maîtrise. Il a battu le 18 mars 2017 à 7h40 son propre record du monde de vitesse en VTT sur neige sur la piste de Kilomètre Lancé de Chabrières à Vars, France. Après deux ans de préparation avec toute son équipe, Eric a atteint la vitesse de 227,72km/h et ce malgré une piste irrégulière dans la partie la plus rapide, obligeant Eric à repousser ses limites. Son précédent record avait été établi en 2015 sur la même piste avec une vitesse de 223,30km/h. Plus d'infos sur

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Biggest mountain bike backflip in history

Cam Zink made history on the Oakley Icon Sender at Red Bull Rampage completing the biggest freeride mountain bike step-down backflip in history getting him 3rd place in the competition. 

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Chapitre 2: Team Lucky Boy - Dirt Autumn

Episode 2/5: After a Saturday session on Louis Peyre's home spot... The preoccupations of the Sunday morning were repairs to be able to go on on Nicolas Chauffier's home spot (near Paris in France). In this part are @Rbin Séné, @Grégoire Delage and @Nicolas Chauffier. No change @Jeremy Ferey and @Jean Pascal Poirier behind the camera.

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Fox Racing announces its first new full length MTB movie in over a decade: “Ride Your F#%king Bike – The Movie. Powered by Chainsaw.” Featuring Fox athletes Josh Bryceland, Josh Lewis, Kirt Voreis and other Fox teammates, the movie documents three weeks on the road with a wild crew up for anything. Filming kicked off at Fox Headquarters in Irvine, Calif., and continued north through Oregon and Washington before crossing the Canadian border and reaching Vancouver Island.  The spirit of the movie is about having fun and riding bikes with your friends. Whether it is trail, DH, park or street, this crew of derelicts shows how to have a good time and cause a bit of chaos at every stop on the trip.  “Filming the movie was a great experience intended to strip back the sport and get down to the core of riding bikes. It’s all in the title, ‘Ride Your F#%king Bike’ and the hope is that this will inspire people to just have a good time riding.” – Mike Redding, MTB Sports Marketing The movie is dedicated to Stevie Smith, A.K.A. Chainsaw, a World Cup champion gravity athlete who unexpectedly passed away in May 2016.  The film will be available for live streaming on beginning Wednesday, April 5th, 2017.  Below is a full list of stops and riding locations:  Irvine, CA Los Angeles Big Bear, CA Mammoth, CA Truckee, CA Lake Tahoe, CA San Francisco Bend, OR Battle Ground, WA Vancouver Island, BC

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