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Shredits: Insane Street Riding from Matt Macduff and Garrett Reynolds, the Beauty of Chaos, and SR Suntour Riders get Loose

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To go along with Nick Bruce’s awesome clip to introduce the new Kali Viva helmet, the company also handed an early sample to a rider with slightly bigger wheels. After putting the new Viva through the paces for nearly a year, Kali checks in with Matt Macduff with a video part from Barcelona.

From big wheels to small, Garrett Reynolds give us a dissertation on the state of BMX street courtesy of RedBull Bike.

How can chaos be beautiful? RockShox highlights the beauty in the riding with some delicious slo-mo.

Behind the bars, there are a lot of things we miss. We submit to the trail ahead and the best kind of tunnel vision as everything outside this rugged autobahn becomes irrelevant. But what if we are missing something? There must be more to the turbulent charge of a bicycle than just flying earth and weightlessness. Where rider and bike play supporting roles in a bigger story of cause and effect.

What do XC pros look like when they clip off the number plates and go for a fun ride? SR Suntour gives us a glimpse into their UCI Elite Team getting “Shready” for their next race.

Have you seen XC racers going rad? Oh yes. Our UCI Elite Team BH-SRSUNTOUR-KMC team is getting „shready“ for the World Cup Season 2015. Check out the latest edit, shot during the Coupe de France in Marseille.

 

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Matthew
Matthew
7 years ago

Garret Reynolds has put everything in this post to complete shame.. The level of tech in that video was absolutely surreal..

Tim
Tim
7 years ago

I like how the street vids still have hard music in them to fit the riding. I love watching Danny Macaskill’s riding, but can’t fathom why he chooses the simpering, positive morning roast music that he puts his life-risking clips to. What happened to the in-your-face burp choruses of yesterdecade? Street and BMX vids will never turn their backs on appropriate soundtracks for their antics.

Eric.NM
Eric.NM
7 years ago

@Tim
I couldn’t disagree more. I could barely stomach watching this video once (“Yah, great high-fiveing, Brah!”)

In contrast, I’ve lost count of how many times I’ve watched Macaskill’s vids. They’re timeless.

To the “film maker” / videographer for the MacDuff video: what are you, like 14 years old?
Grow TFU, already.

Just my $0.02, but sheesh…

Tim
Tim
7 years ago

@Eric.NM- as I said, Macaskill’s riding is awesome. I just can’t countenance the wimpy milquetoast music they’re set to and press mute when I watch them. What’s bad about the film maker- videographer? I must be missing something. I thought the riding and the video were fantastic, totally leaving the soundtrack out of the equation.

padrote
padrote
7 years ago

@Tim re: music selection. it’s called contrast.

Shane F
Shane F
7 years ago

Not sure I understand the complaints. BMX videos are generally supposed to have a rougher urban edge (like skate videos) that highlight the extreme and costant nature of the tricks. It’s why they include crashes. Danny Macaskill isn’t a BMX guy, his videos are more carefully planned and have more of an adventure tone. They are more about style and less about how hard his tricks are (let’s be honest, they aren’t as hard of tricks, he just uses a machine less suited to doing them.)

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