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Ambitions ep1 - Feat. Emily Batty - The beginnings of a professional mountain biker

In episode 1 of Ambitions, find out how Emily Batty got her start in the sport of mountain biking while learning about some of the major cycling supporters that she represents.

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Game of B.I.K.E Godziek's Brothers MTB VS BMX

Dawid Godziek VS Szymon Godziek in game of B.I.K.E BMX VS MTB

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MTB Freerider Makken Haugen Rips Down Besseggen Ridgeline

Hold your breath as the freeride mountain biker Makken Haugen tackles Besseggen, one of Norway’s highest ridgelines. Normally off limits to two-wheeled visitors, Norway's famed Jotunheimen area met Mads André 'Makken' Haugen with perfect conditions for cycling; sunshine, good visibility and little wind, and the exposed ridgeline and loose terrain made for one helluva descent. Directed by Trond G. Hansen. 

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Steps to the Top - Finn Iles SRAM MTB

Only a few weeks ago, the rules said that14-year-olds couldn’t win the Whip Off World Championships — they couldn’t even compete, in fact. It took a social media campaign and a healthy dose of lobbying to #LetFinnIn, but when the judges tallied their scores, it was Finn Iles who walked away with the big check and the title of World Champ. The story of the 2014 Whip Off Worlds at Crankworx reads a bit like an unbelievable Hollywood screenplay: Young phenom and local favorite gets to ride with his heroes and then beats them. It’s so incredible, it even caused some cynics to wonder if the judges had gone easy on Finn. But those in attendance — judges, photographers, fellow competitors and fans — knew it was a good call.  From his first practice run, it seemed clear that Finn was a sure bet for a podium spot. If the kid was nervous, he did a good job of hiding it, reminding himself and anyone who asked that he was just out there having fun.  For the few-thousand fans on hand, Finn Iles’ definition of ‘fun’ was demonstrated with run after run of massive, clean and seemingly effortless whips. A natural competitor with a bright future in mountain biking, Finn’s confidence grew as the day went on, until he knew he had a real shot at the win.  It started as a dream to ride with the sport’s legends in the same arena. It ended with a talented 14-year-old becoming one of mountain biking’s heroes.

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Matt Jones Throws Huge Tricks in Slopestyle MTB Training Session | Sound of Speed

The warm summer evenings of the FMB World Tour season may have drawn to a close for another year, but that doesn’t mean that Matt Jones – one of the UK’s big names in terms of freeride and slopestyle riding – has any intention of hanging up his bike Matt decided to give us a tour of his home trails at Woburn Sands and top secret slopestyle training compound. The trick to being a top slopestyle contender is marrying combinations of tricks, speed and style. Things which Matt is keen to keep sharp over the cold months ahead.

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GoPro: Andreu Lacondeguy Conquers King Kong with Karma Grip

Andreu Lacondeguy makes a famous freeride line look smooth as butter with the new GoPro Karma Grip Gimbal.

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Downhill MTB in New Zealand with Brook MacDonald - Part 1

Brook MacDonald is one of New Zealand's most promising Downhill Mountain Bikers. He is currently competing in the UCI World Cup. This is the first clip of a three part series where Brook takes on some of the amazing trails around the Queenstown area of New Zealand.   

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Gee Atherton Tests INSANE MTB Trail: GoPro View - Red Bull Hardline

Last year’s Red Bull Hardline MTB track was one of the most demanding ever seen, pushing the sport of downhill mountain biking to the limit. Huge rock gardens, giant slab rolls, tight wood sections, technical natural features and the now infamous road gap created a track to push downhill racing to the next level.

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Fortification: Pavel Alekhin Nailing World-First MTB Tricks

Pavel ‘Vishnevyi’ Alekhin – probably Russia's most famous MTB rider – has completely recovered from his injury problems of recent years and is ready to push the limits of his sport once again. To film his new project, Fortification, he chose a unique location – an old fort in Kaliningrad, Russia’s most western city. That’s where the name for the Fortification edit came from. See world-first MTB tricks in the Russian’s new film!  

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Double Backflip 360 - Richard FERT

Jusqu'à aujourd'hui Travis Pastrana était alors le seul homme connu à avoir rentré ce tricks en montainbike. Richard FERT frappe un grand coup avec ce Double Backflip 360 réalisé au camp d'entrainement de Patrick GUIMEZ. - Until today Travis Pastrana was the only known man to have landed this trick in montainbike. Richard FERT is killing it with this Double Backflip 360 realized in the Patrick GUIMEZ training camp !

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Urban Freeride lives - Fabio Wibmer

What action the flagrant speed with A1 in Salzburg !!

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Nicholi Rogatkin's SAVAGE Slopestyle MTB Victory Lap | Crankworx: Rotorua 2017

The best of the best in slopestyle mountain biking descended upon Rotorua, New Zealand, to kick off the the 2017 Crankworx season. After an all-out battle on the trail, Nicholi Rogatkin came out on top of the podium by laying down an impressive run - a near flawless display of style and ease. Sit back and enjoy trying to figure out how he pulled this crazy run together! 

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Mastering the trail with Myriam Nicole

Myriam Nicole shows us what it takes to be one of the best downhill MTB racers in the world. Follow along as she takes us through her daily training routine, and brings us back to her secret trail where she masters the art of downhill MTB. With podium appearances in each World Cup race, she's more eager than ever to stand at the top once again.

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Darkfest - Official Highlights

The boys headed to South Africa with plans to take Pure Darkness to the next level. The result - Darkfest. Nico Vink, Clemens 'C-Dawg' Caudela and Sam Reynolds spent a month at the PD site refreshing the original step up and 'small' line, as well as building a new line (aka the twisty wizard). Nico and Clemens are the 2 most experienced builders in the scene, they killed it!! Andreu Lecondeguy, Cam Zink, Graham Aggasiz, Kurt Sorge, Adolf Silva, Kyle Jameson and Ethan Nel joined them (along with the media team of course) for 2 weeks of insane riding and good times! 

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ABSA Cape Epic 2017 - 8 Days in 8 Minutes

The racing has been amazing this year – perhaps the most exciting ever – and it was fascinating to see how the so called “cross-country riders” took hold of the event. Nino Schurter and Matthias Stirnemann are typical of this type of rider and their tactics may have changed the way the pros approach the race forever. Congratulations to them on a thrilling victory. And it was good to see Jennie Stenerhag coming home as a winner almost a year to the day after she had heart surgery for an ailment that forced her out of the 2016 Absa Cape Epic. Now that’s a fairytale comeback. There were quality wins in the other categories too and seeing Tour de France winner Cadel Evans and George Hincapie taking the Masters Category after a dominant day was very exciting.

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ABSA Cape Epic 2017 – Stage 7 – #EpicEnergadeMoments

Watch the emotional moments for the ABSA Cape Epic 2017 winners Stirnemann (SUI) and Schurter (SUI) by crossing the finish line.

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ABSA Cape Epic 2017 – Stage 7 – Untamed Landscapes

Riding as a team for the first time, Schurter and Stirnemann (SCOTT-SRAM MTB Racing), along with their Young Guns back-up team, dominated the final few stages of the 2017 Absa Cape Epic. It meant they went into the final stage with a seven-minute gap over second-placed Christoph Sauser and Jaroslav Kulhavy (Investec-Songo-Specialized). With Sauser’s experience, however, Schurter and Stirnemann were taking nothing for granted on the 85km Grand Finale.

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ABSA Cape Epic 2017 – Stage 7 – Untamed Action

There was a second stage win for the SCOTT-SRAM Young Guns of Michiel van der Heijden and Andri Frischknecht at the Grand Finale of the 2017 Absa Cape Epic, but the crowds at Val de Vie in Paarl had lined up to watch Olympic champion Nino Schurter and partner Matthias Stirnemann claim their maiden Absa Cape Epic crown.

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ABSA Cape Epic 2017 – Stage 6 – GoPro Highlights

Nice on board action, steep hillslopes and amazing landscapes is guaranteed in the ABSA Cape Epic 2017 – Stage 6 – GoPro Highlight Clip.

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ABSA Cape Epic 2017 – Stage 6 – #EpicEnergadeMoments

Nice on board action, massive crash and a broken handlebar at the ABSA Cape Epic 2017 – Stage 6 - #EpicEnergadeMoments.

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ABSA Cape Epic 2017 – Stage 6 – Untamed Landscapes

With just one day to go, both the men’s and women’s overall race leaders at the Absa Cape Epic have their hands firmly on the respective crowns after the Queen Stage around Grabouw on Saturday – but it was all change in the battle for the other podium positions.

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ABSA Cape Epic 2017 – Stage 6 – Untamed Action

Olympic and world mountain bike champion Nino Schurter and his Scott-Sram MTB Racing teammate Matthias Stirnemann were comfortable winners of the 103km Stage 6, beating South African Max Knox and his Colombian partner Hector Paez (Kansai Plascon) into second.

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ABSA Cape Epic 2017 – Stage 5 – GoPro Highlights

Nice on board action, steep hillslopes and amazing landscapes is guaranteed in the ABSA Cape Epic 2017 – Stage 5 – GoPro Highlight Clip.

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