Latest MTB Videos


Whistler Mountain Bike Park is open!

The world famous Whistler Bike Park is up and running for 2016 — and this video below does a great job of capturing the excitement. Hours are 10am-5pm with Extended Play hours until 8pm on Saturday, Monday, and Wednesday evenings.

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Trail riding with Mark Weir and Ben Cruz

Many a lasting friendship has been built around the mutual love of riding mountain bikes. Mark Weir and Ben Cruz are the perfect example, as you can see in this shred session in California’s Sierra foothills.

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Does adding glitter to tire sealant really work?

Does putting glitter in tire sealant really make it work better? Head past the break to see if this myth gets busted or not.

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Retro video: When DH racing meant hardtails and neon

Press play to hear this Mountain Bike Hall of Famer detail the technical aspects of his race winning bikes, as well as the challenges downhill racers faced in the early 1990′s.

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Steve Smith video tribute

Steve Smith was taken frum us too soon at the tender age of 26. Here is a glimpse into the man behind that infectious smile and the blistering speed and style.

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Faceoff: Retro vs modern cross country bikes

We all have a soft spot for that old 26” bike we used to ride (or still do), but how does that rig compare to the latest and greatest?

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Video: Champéry Bike Park opens on May 14th – more accessible and more flowy. Yum.

Two new videos from ShapeRideShoot highlight the changes and course upgrades to the World Cup level trails in Champéry, Switzerland.

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Going places with Anka Martin in New Zealand

New Zealand is a dream destination for many mountain bikers and there’s no better way to experience it than with mountain bike power couple (and tour guides) Anka and Sven Martin.

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Riding for Real with Josh Carlson and Yoann Barelli

Racing in exotic locations around the world may appear glamorous from the outside, but the reality is far different.

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Death Wish: Riding as close as possible to a 400-foot cliff

Some people will do anything for a little attention. In the case of pro riders Nate Hills and Kyle Mears, it’s riding their bikes as close as possible to the edge of the ~400 foot cliff.

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Watch Danny MacAskill get back to his trials roots in Aviemore

It’s Friday! So take a break and be prepared to have your mind blown.

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Suit to shred – mountain biking in Northern Arkansas

In the Ozark Mountains of Northwest Arkansas are 200 miles of mountain biking trails, ready for visitors to come and shred.

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CamelBak Low Rider gets in the flow

Forrest Riesco and Trevor Porter don’t just go for rides. They attack the trails with skilled precision and speed. In this film by Maxwell Frank, the pair of pro riders demonstrate those abilities in the lush rugged terrain of British Columbia.

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So you think plus bikes are just for beginners?

While lots of riders are excited about plus sized trail bikes, there’s a number of people who think they’re just for beginners. We encourage everyone in the latter camp to watch this video. Holy shit.

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Rémy Métailler rides Skyline to Sea Trail with CamelBak

Rémy is incredibly versatile as well, as he can ride some of the smoothest and most creative lines. Here he showcases some of the most creative lines on the Sea to Sky trail.

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10 Years of BC Bike Race

A decade has gone by since the BC Bike Race began and with it dozens of communities, hundreds of trails, and thousands of kilometers of hand-built singletrack. But most importantly countless smiles, hugs, and celebrations have led us to our ten-year anniversary.

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Is a mountain bike with a hidden motor faster for XC racing?

Hidden motors have been discovered in a high profile cyclocross race recently. So folks are starting to wonder if these provide a significant cheat advantage in an XC mountain bike race today.

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Nino Schurter goes full throttle with Brendog

Two different riders. Two different disciplines. Two different backgrounds. One common connection, bikes, bikes and more bikes. Nino Schurter and Brendan Fairclough.

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Chasing Trail Episode 1 with Rémy Absalon

Les Vosges is a mountain range in France that is located primarily in the Alsatian region. While the range itself may not have the high alpine peaks of the Alps, it makes up for it with its prime mountain biking terrain.

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Save the front derailleurs, 8 ways to repurpose old components

Now that SRAM has declared the front derailleur is dead, here are eight clever ways to keep them from being sent to the dump.

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Eliot Jackson RAW video

Pivot rider Eliot Jackson wanted a clean, raw video of what he enjoyed most about riding. Enjoy the speed, precision and style as Eliot produces his own soundtrack.

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Rémy Métailler does winter in Mexico

Stop what you’re doing right now and hit play to watch Rémy shred five different bikes during his spring training program.

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Spring Training with Devinci Global Racing

Canadian manufacturer Devinci sponsors some of the world’s fastest gravity racers. The crew recently met in B.C. to dial in the new bikes and shred.

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Aaron Gwin Downtime video

Gain insight into Aaron Gwin’s path to mountain bike racing fame. From his early days on the bmx track to his foray into motocross racing he gained the tools key to his downhill racing arsenal.

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World’s best dad gives daughter VR tour of World Cup DH Track

The cutest video you’ve seen all day, we guarantee it.

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