The 2014 Redbull X-figthers season has got to be one of the most unforgetable. The level of riding, the progression of tricks and the incredible venues. Check out the season wrap up with this clip reliving the highlights.
Get pumped for your weekend ride with this clip from Ronnie Renner's Freeride Tour stop in Cainville, Utah.
With only a handful of manufacturers to choose from, it can be tough trying to stand out of the crowd and be unique. Over the years custom sticker kits and aftermarket parts have just about become a form of currency in motocross with the most unique and customized setup making you a wealthier man in the form of trackside credit. Meet one of the richest men on the planet, Alvaro Dal Farra, who has taken his “wealth” to a whole new level.
It's Whip it Wednesday again and you know what that means... Nothing but big whips. Enjoy.
In Episode 2 out of this 3 part series South African FMX star Nick de Wit discusses the evolution of FMX tricks by traveling back to 2003, when the first backflip was landed and the race between the riders began. But who will land the trick next?
After that the top riders began training their regular tricks, "just" upside down and from then, the evolution of the sport never stopped. With freestyle heading down that path, the risk of injuries became higher and the importance of fitness, to avoid injuries, played a bigger role.
A sold-out crowd of 22,000 at Pretoria's historic Union Buildings cheered as an emotional Josh Sheehan was crowned the winner of history's 50th Red Bull X-Fighters event, as well as the 2014 World Tour Champion. The Australian continued the momentum he had built all year, giving a dominant performance at the first-ever World Tour final ever held in Africa. Record starter Dany Torres (ESP) claimed second place in Pretoria, with US rider Adam Jones in third.
In the dramatic season's final tally, Levi Sherwood (NZL) earned second place in the World Tour standings, and Dany Torres from Spain finished in third.