- Bike Checks
Over the past 7 years, we’ve been lucky to shoot with so many amazing bike riders - Peat, Brosnan, Bruni, Gwin, Vouilloz, Minnaar, Sauser, Kulhavy, Langvad and Akrigg - to name-drop just a few. There have been many so great locations and many different stories to tell - the highs and lows of raci...
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Excited, very excited... where we were struggling to find confidence and grip (and trying not to die), Nico was flying effortless. Trust me, that was a hell of a trail that day, after a rainy week and many people doing shuttle with dh bikes (Team Devinci Italy...). Thanks again to Gravity Scho...
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Nicolas Vouilloz, Olivier Giordanengo, Florian Nicolaï, Dimitri Tordo, Rémy Métailler & Greg Germain : 6 emblematic mountain bikers from the Maritime Alps in the South of France, sharing a spectacular descent to celebrate the 10 years of 1001sentiers! http://www.1001sentiers.fr 10 years ...
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Time for another history lesson. This 27 minute documentary dives into the career and World Titles of Fabien Barel, one of the greats of our sport... With three World titles to his name, when Fabien announced his retirement last year it brought to an end a career that has been enjoyed by many ...
Posted by MTBCUT.tv on 10/26/2012 2:18 PM
Kirt Voreis says it best about the course in Nevegal, Italy 1999, "it's not hard to ride, but it's hard to ride fast." Secure your fillings for some bone shaking downhill action.
Posted by sspomer on 5/21/2012 2:19 PM
One of the most epic, all-time tracks that still graces the UCI World Cup circuit today, Mont Sainte Anne, gets a beating from the best mountain bike downhill racers. As Colin Bailey put it, "who ever wins here has the biggest nuts, basically."
Posted by sspomer on 5/21/2012 2:15 PM
The final segment of Transcontinental Headliners 2, including dancing from Leigh Donovan and plenty of hijinx from the best of the 1999 UCI World Cup
Posted by sspomer on 5/21/2012 2:14 PM
Freeride blaster, Graham Agassiz, takes a trip the New Zealand for some serious shredding and testing on the new Easton Havoc35 bars and stems. Sam Blenkinsop, Nicolas Vouilloz and the Coastal Crew enjoy the diverse terrain and culture of island nation. Watch the Behind the Scenes Slideshow a...
Posted by sspomer on 5/14/2012 11:00 PM
Nearly 13 years ago, the World Cup pace was blistering. Riders were getting paid big bucks and downhill racing was happening at Big Bear. Check out this classic section from Transcontinental Headliners 2. Nico Vouilloz, Steve Peat and the best in the world couldn't shake Shaun Palmer in his back...
Posted by sspomer on 4/8/2012 8:22 PM
The year was 1998, the downhill bikes were coming into their own and downhill racers were fearless. Taylor Congdon, maker of Headliners has allowed us to post sections of his Headliners videos, so let's start with the infamous, Snoqualmie Pass, Washington World Cup. A look into the archives...
Posted by sspomer on 2/1/2012 6:06 AM
Just a few days after the 9/11 tragedy, the 2001 UCI World Championships pressed on in Vail, Colorado. With mixed emotion, riders pushed their limits on one of the most exciting World Championship tracks of its day. In the end, Nicolas Vouilloz took first place, followed by Steve Peat and a youn...
Posted by sspomer on 1/27/2012 6:17 AM
Enjoy this video highlight reel from the mountain bike enduro race that traversed some of the best riding in France, the Trans Provence. Jerome Clementz narrowly edged out Nicolas Vouilloz for the win after 5 days of racing.
Posted by sspomer on 10/24/2011 3:29 PM
Day Seven Trans-Provence - The Battle For Monaco And The End Of The Journey. Day 7 • start: Sospel (430m) • trailhead: Col de Braus (1002m) • finish: Larvotto Beach, Monte-Carlo (0m) • riding distance: 30.7 km • height gain: 849m • height drop: 1847m • no. of timed "spe...
Posted by sspomer on 10/3/2011 10:20 AM
Top ten Men overall after four days . 1)Jerome Clementz 02:04:22 2) Nico Vouilloz 02:05:25 3) Mark Weir 02:05:42 4) Fabien Barel 02:07:42 5)Matt Ryan 02:10:23 6)Marc Beaumont 02:17:08 7)Rowan Sorell 02:18:55 8)...
Posted by sspomer on 9/29/2011 8:01 AM
Overall postions after day three. Top Ten Men Place, #, Name, Day 1, Day 2, Day 3, Total Time 1 35 VOUILLOZ Nicolas 00:28: 00:30: 00:27: 01:26: 2 12 CLEMENTZ Jérôme 00:28: 00:30: 00:27: 01:26: 3 25 WEIR Mark 00:28: 00:30: 00:26: 01:26: 4 6 BAREL Fabien 00:30: 00:30: 00:28:...
Posted by sspomer on 9/29/2011 7:49 AM
Standings after Day 2: 1) Nico Vouilloz 58:24 2) Jerome Clementz 59:11 3) Mark Weir 59:40 4) Fabien Barel 01:00:35 5) Matt Ryan 01:01:09 6) Ben Cruz 01:01:58 7) Marc Beaumont 01:04:00 8 ) Rowan Sorrell 01:04:15 9) Steve Jones 01:06:33 10) James Richards 01:08:37
Posted by sspomer on 9/27/2011 1:38 PM
Sunday September 24th sees the start of the 3rd Trans-Provence All Mountain MTB Race. Competitors from around the world will take part in this unique event that covers 320 Km of French countryside from Gap in Provence all the way to Monaco on the coast. With 26 timed downhill stages spread ...
Posted by sspomer on 9/20/2011 7:14 AM