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Shredits: Rad Vibes with Emilie and Benard of Pivot’s DH Factory Team, Lenzerheide with Caluori, In the Know with Troy Bronson, Cribs with Ratboy, More

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Pivot Factory DH riders Emilie Seigenthaler and Benard Kerr tear it up on Austrian mountains and at the awesome urban Bratislava race (before fights and the police shut it down).

Two more quick ones from Pivot – the videos feature the new Mach 429 Trail and the Vault that we got to see first hand at PressCamp. The 429 Trail really is as fun as it looks.

While we’re on the subject of upcoming WC races with the Pivot DH team, of course that means it’s time to check out the Lenzerheide course preview with Claudio Caluori! As always, you can catch the action during your 4th of July festivities on Redbull.com or Redbull TV.

SRAM MTB checks in with an entertaining clip of Troy Brosnan absolutely pinning it in BC.

GT brings us the first in their new series called Waypoints. Never has all-road riding looked so cool.

GT Bicycles release an adventure series named “Waypoints” collaborating with Vancouver, BC based riding club Funeral Cycling. The series aims to capture stories about destination based rides. The first episode kicks off in the heart of Vancouver, BC, with their sights set on Sloquet Hot Springs, nestled in the mountains 240km NE of Vancouver.

Lastly, we have Rubber Side Down Season 2 – Ratboy tales. Maxxis checks in with Josh Bryceland (Ratboy) between stages of the WC – essentially a house boat episode of cribs. We need more subtitles…

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8 years ago

What’s the advantage of carrying their camping gear on their back? Bike handling? Would a rear rack, saddle bag, and frame pack be better?

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