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Toby Price : Bouncing Back from Injury

2016 Dakar Rally winner Toby Price is no stranger to hardship. Before his rally career had even begun the Australian suffered three broken vertebrae during a Hare and Hounds crash in America. Then, when defending his Dakar title in 2017, another fall resulted in a badly broken leg that resulted in his immediate retirement from the event. But through a ...

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Tim Knoll : Home

Tim Knoll’s incredible style of street riding has turned heads since he hit the consciousness of the BMX community at the start of this decade. The Milwaukee native has since gone on to develop his riding to new levels and has evolved a style that mixes up BMX street and Flatland skills with acrobatics and gymnastics moves. We saw the ...

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Daigo Saito : GRiD 2018

Japan’s legendary drift king Daigo Saito arrived in Johannesburg with a quiet air of confidence and a thundering 1000bhp V8 Corvette. After three intense days of track action; taking in practice, qualifying, and the all-important race day on December 1st, Saito walked away with the spoils in the Rear-Wheel Drive category. Having toppled four-time GRiD champion Luke Woodham’s reign, and ...

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Sunderland and Price talk Tattoos

Their wins are the result of their riding skills and inner strength. Their scars are a sign that their motivation to win outweighs their fears. Their tattoos are reminders of their teenage rebellions and deepest passions. Their body art is the ultimate proof that pain is nothing to endure when you decide to bleed for love. Translated into words, their ...

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Kai Lenny : JAWS

When one of the biggest swells hit Peahi on November 26, 2018, Kai Lenny relied on all his prior experience as a waterman to take the challenge head-on. Witness his standout performance at massive Jaws on November 26th, 2018.

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Adam Kun : City of Gold

Johannesburg aka the ‘City of Gold’, is South Africa’s largest city. Beginning it’s roots as a 19th-century gold-mining settlement. Today, it’s still the capital of South African commerce with a city that is a melting pot bustling with people and different cultures. Literally built on top of the old mines. Back in May, Hungarian Flatland shredder Adam Kun touched down in Joburg ...

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Laia Sanz : Dakar Determination

Incredible talent, an incredible mindset, and incredible determination; that’s what we found when we talked to Laia Sanz. A Dakar hero in her own right, the Spanish ace has defied the stereotypes to become one of the most-respected rally racers in the world. Laia Sanz (ESP) KTM 450 RALLY 2018 © Marcin Kin Dakar is tough, it’s grueling, it’s demanding ...

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WSL : Gilmore Wins Title Number 7

Stephanie Gilmore just became the greatest surfer of her generation by winning her seventh World Title. That ties Australian legend Layne Beachley for most Women’s Titles in history — and both sit tied for second of all-time behind only Kelly Slater (11) in total Titles.

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Mark Visser : Becoming a Big Wave Warrior

Born in rural Victoria, Australia, Mark Visser didn’t slide gracefully into the surf life. In fact, when he was only three years old the water almost took his life. “I dropped a peach that I was eating into a sheep’s trough and went in after it,” told Visser when he recently spoke to the WSL. “My older brother pulled me ...

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Streets of Moscow

Illuminated by the beautiful lights of Moscow at night, a crew of international skateboarders explored the skateable architecture in the Russian mother city. Pushing from dawn til dusk, the plight of bad weather only helped to capture some stunning clips; the street lights magnifying the allure of the urban landscape at night. Chile’s skateboarding pioneer Stavros Razis was in town ...

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Billy Bolt : Ultimate Enduro Champion

After eight action-packed rounds of multi-discipline Enduro racing, Billy Bolt rode into the World Enduro Super Series’ record books as the inaugural ULTIMATE ENDURO CHAMPION. Making his championship ambitions known early with victory at the series opener Extreme XL Lagares in Portugal, the Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing rider unquestionably adapted well to the many WESS challenges. From Hard Enduro ...

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Angie Marino : Path To Pro Cup

Angie Marino, a trailblazer in BMX, is leading the charge of style and speed into uncharted territory as women’s BMX riding continues to grow by leaps and bounds on a daily basis. Catch Angie playing with fire between contests as she prepares for the 2018 Vans BMX Pro Cup World Championship in Malaga, Spain.  

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Dirk Gruebel talks Jeffrey Herlings

17 wins from 19 and a first MXGP title means 2018 was a magnificent motocross season for Jeffrey Herlings. How did he make it happen? We asked Team Manager Dirk Gruebel for some insight. Dirk Gruebel (GER) Valkenswaard (NED) 2018 © Ray Archer The dust from the roost of 2018 MXGP is beginning to settle and besides the knowledge that ...

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Sébastien Loeb : Memorable Victory

Six years ago Sébastien Loeb stopped full-time rallying and walked away from the World Rally Championship as the sport’s most successful driver. Nine titles and 78 wins didn’t just set him apart from his rivals, those numbers placed him firmly on another planet. The next year, he came back and won two of the four events he started. But that ...

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Reflect : Max and Igor Bespaliy

In the heart of the majestic city of Moscow, the twins Max Bespaliy and Igor Bespaliy unleashed their twin BMX genius onto the urban architecture of the historic city. The latest cinematic brainchild from legend of the BMX scene, Rich Forne, the filmer and director captured Moscow as a city of contrasts, reflected in the unreal riding of the twins and ...

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Darren Berrecloth : The Claw Retires

The name you think of when someone asks you about big mountain riding? It can only be Darren Berrecloth. From his rebellious roots in British Columbia to glacier expeditions high in the arctic, The Claw is regarded as one of the best freeride mountain bikers in the world. He may not be competing anymore but his name will go down ...

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Adolf Silva : Break Time

The 21 year old Spanish rider is best known for absolutely pushing the limits of what’s possible on a bike day in and day out. We caught up with Adolf in between jumps to discuss his most recent achievements and upcoming projects and we can for sure say, boredom is not going to come up on the horizon any time soon. PHOTO ...

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Marc Marquez : Level 7

Spain’s untouchable MotoGP winner Marc Márquez put in another imperious display this year, blowing away his closest rivals Andrea Dovizioso and Valentino Rossi. Here’s his take on the 2018 season. To say that Marc Márquez has had another blistering MotoGP season would be something of an understatement. After a controversial start that saw the Honda Factory Racing star get into ...

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