It's not snowmobiling, and it's definitely not motocross. It's called snow biking, and it might be one of the coolest up-and-coming sports out there. The concept is fairly simple: take a regular motocross bike, slap on a snow mobile track and a front ski instead of wheels, and voilá...you've got a snow bike. To check out this new sport, pro freestyle motocross rider Ronnie Renner set out to test out the bike himself in some fresh Idaho powder. Needless to say, we think they're definitely onto the next big thing. Check out some top moments from their session!
Red Bull Straight Rhythm is an innovative evolution of supercross where a track is "unwound" -- there are no turns, just a half-mile-long straight rhythm section. By isolating the whoops, triples, doubles, table tops and step on/offs, riders must focus exclusively on reading the terrain directly in front of them, correctly judging their speed for precise distance and control.
Watch as some of the world's top riders -- including James Stewart, Ryan Dungey, Marvin Musquin, Malcolm Stewart, Cole Seely, Jessy Nelson and Justin Bogle -- go head-to-head in a friendly competition on this watershed track, proving there's potential for a new competitive moto format.
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With an incredible first run down the mountain, Kurt Sorge cemented his spot in freeride mountain biking history, winning the 10th edition of Red Bull Rampage. On the podium with the Canadian was defending champion Andreu Lacondeguy coming in a close second, with Graham Agassiz rounding it out in third.
With no shortage of massive drops, burly terrain, and new tricks, Rampage 2015 went down as one of the gnarliest events in the history of freeride mountain biking. So, sit back and enjoy some of the top highlights and best action from the finals.
Kriss Kyle is widely regarded as one of the most unique and creative BMX riders of his generation, and Kaleidoscope is his most ambitious project to date. This film sees the young Scot perform a number of world’s first tricks, in an ever-changing environment that isn’t quite what it seems leading to a ground-breaking BMX film.
If you have ever rock climbed before you are familiar with the crippling fear of slipping and falling. What better way to test your free climbing abilities than to take the fear of falling out of the equation? That is exactly what Red Bull Psicobloc Olympos did when they took a few of the worlds best free climbers to deep water climb in Turkey.
Professional rock climber Sasha DiGiulian and climbing partner Eduard Martin Garcia successfully ascended one of the hardest multi-pitch climbs in the world, tackling the 330 meter (1,082 ft) seven pitch climb known as “Viaje de los Locos” on the Italian island of Sardinia in the Gola di Gorropu National Park.DiGiulian, 21, is the first female to ever to tackle this route, and with partner Garcia, only the second team in history to send it. It was originally climbed in 2002 by Dani Andrada and Dani Dulac and has not been repeated since.