The top 40 riders compete at the ultimate venue in downhill mountainbiking, Red Bull Rampage 2012. Considered the pinnacle of free riding, check out the teaser of one of the most adrenaline filled competitions in action sports.
To most, the resort of Ischgl in Austria means epic days skiing or snowboarding followed by crazy Austrian style après ski and spectacular concerts on snow clad mountains. When the snow had melted, Ischgl would close up shop for the summer giving the locals a chance to recharge their batteries ready for the next ski season – How things have… more »
This video outlines the highlights of the 2012 show. The London Bike Show returns to ExCel London from February 13-16. The UK’s largest cycling exhibition is back bigger and better than ever before, providing everything a true fan wants from the world of cycling. Attractions include the 500m Cycling Test Track which allows visitors to test out a variety of… more »
Philips | O’Neill is appealing to the daydreamers with their new campaign “#THENEXTRIDE: Where Will Your Music Take You?” . The competition invites fans from all over the world to “upload photos and videos demonstrating their own unique interpretation of how music has the power to escape reality and transport you to #thenextride.” This includes riding a chairlift solo into… more »
By Mark Barber for extremestunts.co.uk Only three months on from making fresh tracks in perfect powder in the Alps at the popular Austrian resort of Ischgl I was returning, but this time I was swapping my snowboard for a mountain bike. My only previous experience of cycling was to pedal down to the local shops on a bike that has… more »
Cortina: Bike and Road Bike Resort 700 kilometres of signposted bike routes, 9 bike hotels with dedicated services for cyclists, 7 bike-refuges, 20 bike instructors and a single Bike-pass for access to 9 lift facilities. These are the key statistics of the Cortina Bike and Road Bike Resort, which also offers maps, detailed route profiles and descriptions, road books and… more »