Bernard Kerr goes bigger and better in this edit on Queenstown’s legendary and newly revamped Dream Track and other iconic trails. The Dream track is maintained by the Queenstown Mountain Bike Club – go here to support their efforts.
“Ride Your F#%king Bike – 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 movie is dedicated to Stevie Smith, aka Chainsaw, a World Cup champion gravity athlete who unexpectedly passed away in May 2016.
Directed by Ryan Marcus
Produced by Mike Redding
Cinematography by Ricki Bedenbaugh, Cassidy Tillemans, Veesh, Ryan Marcus, Root One Productions
Edited by Ricki Bedenbaugh, Cassidy Tillemans, Veesh, Ryan Marcus
Colorist: Patrick Woodard
Motion Design: Blaine Birardi
Poster Illustration: El Gran Tocayo
Art Direction: Brent Waterworth
Graphic Design: Troy Smits
Narration: Dave White
Narration Written by Marissa Stokes and Kirt Voreis
Music Supervision: Lory Vincent, Tim Scanlin, Daniel Hall
Support: Ed Chavez and Ryan Perkins
For two years, the crew of 3 Minute Gaps followed the world’s best mountain bike racers around the globe. Featuring Gee Atherton, Sam Hill, Aaron Gwin, Sam Blenkinsop, Brendan Fairclough, Greg Minnaar, Andrew Neethling, Danny Hart, Matti Lehikoinen, Ben Reid, Josh Bryceland.
Subscribe to EchoBoom Sports!
Check out the new http://www.echoboom.tv
Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/echoboomsports
Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/EchoBoomSports
Follow us on Instagram: http://instagram.com/echoboomsports
Relive the UCI MTB World Cup Insanity from Lourdes, France: http://win.gs/UCIFrance
If you’re the reigning UCI World Cup champion then the off-season should be a time to rest, polish your Instagram skills and reflect upon a job well done. But for 2015's dominating force, Aaron Gwin, he hasn't slowed down one bit.
He's parted ways with Specialized S-Racing and built himself a new home with UCI World Cup newcomers, YT Industries. We caught up with Gwin at home in California to find out a bit more about his journey to the very top of the sport and what he likes to get up to to prepare for the race season as part of our Downtime series.
Make sure to tune-in to the first event of the 2016 UCI Mountain Bike World Cup LIVE on Red Bull TV @ April 10th 2:30pm CEST!
When it comes to mountain bike racing, there are few disciplines which offer a risk/reward ratio as savage as urban DH. With the Red Bull Valparaíso Cerro Abajo course cobbled together from residential hillsides, riders are forced to hunt for seconds off the clock amidst the rooftops and stairways of everyday life.
Czech Republic's Tomas Slavik charged out of the start gate at 100% and didn't let up for a moment, resulting in one of the most gnarly mountain bike runs we've ever seen, and a well deserved 1st place win. Click play and hold onto your handlebars as Slovik shows us what it's like to rip this mental urban DH track.
1. Tomas Slavik (CZE) 2:48.480
2. Bernard Kerr (GBR) 02:50.560
3. Pedro Ferreira (CHI) 02:52.520
4. Mauricio Acuña (CHI) 02:53.640
5. Matías Núñez (CHI) 02:53.720
6. Adrien Loron (FRA) 02:58.260
7. Logan Binggeli (USA) 02:59.250
8. Oscar Harnström (SWE) 03:01.290
9. Santiago de Santiago (ARG) 03:01.830
10. Felipe Agurto (CHI) 03:02.060
Experience the world of Red Bull like you have never seen it before. With the best action sports clips on the web and original series, prepare for your "stoke factor" to be at an all time high.
Watch Red Bull TV: http://win.gs/WatchRBTV