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McCaul Meets : Szymon Godziek

Cam McCaul travels to Poland to meet up with Szymon Godziek and his family at home. Cam gets a guided tour around Szymon’s specially-designed, obstacle-laden MTB practice yard, and Szymon shares some thoughts about his sport and home life.   Image : Nathan Hughes/Red Bull Content Pool

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Amaury Pierron : Being Number One

Amaury Pierron reached a turning point this season when he won two events back to back – first in Fort William then again in Leogang – taking the overall lead. The French downhiller talks about what being the number one rider means to him.   (Red Bull) Nathan Hughes image

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John John Florence : “Frothing to get back”

After two years of dominating the field, the reigning 2x World Champ John John Florence entered the 2018 season with a different approach to years past — aiming to relax and enjoy every heat. But that didn’t work. While his surfing was still there, showing flashes of brilliance throughout the first few events, he was failing to secure top results ...

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Larry Edgar : Path to Pro Cup

Get inside the mind of defending BMX High Air champion Larry Edgar as he battles injuries and international riders as everyone looks to make their mark in BMX history at the Vans BMX Pro Cup in Huntington Beach, California. We trace back Larry’s steps to his hot rod hideout in the Inland Empire through his gnarly crash in Pro Cup ...

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Dani Pedrosa : “It is wonderful to do what you love”

Spaniard reflects on brilliant career ahead of emotional MotoGP retirement. Dani Pedrosa has been riding competitively on the professional circuit since 2001 and has finally decided to bring the curtain down on a glittering career that saw him win three world titles. The Spaniard won the 125cc championship in 2003, then claimed back-to-back 250cc titles in 2004 and 2005 before ...

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Paulo Gonçalves: Coming Back Stronger

Monster Energy Honda Team’s Portuguese rider is back and fired up. Absent from the 2018 Dakar after an accident during one of the final training sessions before the great challenge got underway, Paulo Gonçalves is now all set to make his comeback, with all the vigour that is so characteristic of the Portuguese ace. The dark days are over for ...

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Jason Watts : Path to Pro Cup

Australian BMX rider Jason Watts gives you a glimpse into his life as a traveling BMX bowl rider, following the Vans BMX Pro Cup around the globe. From bowls to beaches, Jason designs his life around fun and freestyle, and has found success on the Pro Tour as one of the most unique riders.

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WorldRX : Digging Deep in Canada

If you haven’t been keeping tabs on the FIA World Rallycross Championship, then you really should be. After a month’s summer hiatus, we’ve been on the edge of our seats waiting for another helping of dirt-thrashing racing, and thankfully this weekend the series launched back into action. In trademark style, #WorldRX doesn’t do anything by halves. Marking the opener of ...

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Romain Febvre : “Lommel is far from easy”

Lommel: where some fear to tread. The deep Belgian sand is almost trademarked as the toughest MXGP on the calendar and round fifteen of twenty in the 2018 FIM Motocross World Championship increased the demands through scorching summer sun and the glare of 33,000 spectators that nearly filled the venue near the Dutch border. While Jeffrey Herlings and Jorge Prado ...

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Hafizh Syahrin : From Car Parks to MotoGP

The MotoGP grid is a cauldron of ambition, ego, professionalism, desire and – perhaps – a degree of questionable sanity. The 24 riders coming from 10 different nations and with a mix of stories, backgrounds and reasons why these athletes (and their families) have compromised to reach the pinnacle of motorcycle racing. Pitched squarely into the middle of the pack ...

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Checkout : Mauricio Nava

This veteran styler from the municipality of Volta Redonda is bringing some creativity to the streets of Rio de Janeiro and beyond. Watch his new video and read our interview with him now. Brazil’s time has come. The globalisation of skate culture and the advent of social media has been a revelation as well as a shock to the skateboarding ...

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Johann Zarco – My Gear

How comfy is a leather suit? How much does a racing kit weigh? And what does feel like when you get your first ever tailored racing suit? We sat down with Johann Zarco ahead of the race weekend in Brno, Czech Republic to get all those answers. “WHEN YOU RACE OVER 200 KM/H THE HELMET IS NOT SO COMFY BECAUSE ...

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Wade Young : Winning Romaniacs

Round four of the World Enduro Super Series saw Sherco Factory Racing’s Wade Young become the youngest ever winner of Red Bull Romaniacs. For five epic days of Enduro racing the 22-year-old South African battled both his rivals and the elements to secure the biggest victory of his career to date. Pushing to his absolute physical limits during each of ...

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Carissa Moore : Finding Balance

As the three-time world champion surfer has discovered, the quest for real greatness sometimes begins with a journey to figure out who you really are. Read our exclusive interview with her now. It’s a hot day in California’s Central Valley as a parching sun blazes the landscape and Carissa Moore is a long way from the ocean. A clutch of ...

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Ryan Dungey : Moving On

A year on from his shock decision to end one of the most prolific careers in AMA SX/MX we caught up on a drastic change of life for Ryan Dungey, how he has eased off the gas and what he’s doing next. We are at the launch of the 2019 KTM SX range of bikes at Tony Cairoli’s Malagrotta circuit ...

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Jonny Walker : Profile

Get to know the current leader of the World Enduro Super Series, Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s Jonny Walker – From the importance of fitness training and on-bike skills to life in Andorra and the mental attitude needed to race at the very top level of enduro.   (KTM / Marcin Kin Image)

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Vaughn Gittin Jr : Beyond the drift

Relaxed. That’s not the first word you’d usually associate with a driver competing in several championships and running businesses at the same time. But that’s exactly how Vaughn Gittin Jr appears as we sit down to talk at this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed. For the uninitiated, Gittin Jr, from Baltimore, USA, is something akin to drift racing celebrity. To ...

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