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Best Videos of the week: Claudio’s Lourdes preview, Kurt Sorge about to get burned and much more!

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From Redbull, one of the more fun POV’s to view, regardless of being retired is Claudio Caluori’s course previews.  Seeing him skillfully follow some of the top riders while his commentary sounds like he is really enjoying his first time on a DH bike makes it impossible not to smile. Here he checks out World Cup course in Lourdes, France… road gaps and all!

Ahead we have Kurt Sorge ripping towards a live volcano, Teton Gravity Research teams up with BMC for an amazing venture in Switzerland, and BH bikes gives us a pretty cool and less scary perspective of e-bikes…

From Polygon bikes, Trail Eruption with Kurt Sorge gets a little skidtastic as he heads right towards a smoldering volcano in East Java, Indonesia.

Teton Gravity Research teamed up wit BMC, Swiss International Airlines and Switzerland Tourism to put together a series of videos of Americans, BMC Pro Rider Brice Shirbach, and pro skier Carston Oliver enjoying some of the most riding in the world. Here they join German BMC Pro Rider Kerstin Kögler to experience all of the singletrack Zermatt has to offer.

Want to go there to ride too, well, enter here to win a trip here yourself!

BH does a great job taking a bit of the scare out of e-bikes with this great video giving us an example how these could fit into our everyday lives. Check out the new BH Revo… Oh, and the best part is at 1:27.

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ChrisS.
ChrisS.
6 years ago

I think the best part of watching a Claudio run is his commentary… that and I get to see where the course looks like!

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