I used to think I knew what I wanted my perfect backyard to look like…a nice pool…a grado…jungle like surroundings…until I saw this video. In “Life Behind Bars”, we get a look at Brandon Semenuk’s backyard which is basically the ultimate freeride training ground. With everything from air bags to massive dirt jumps, Semenuk’s backyard is the perfect place to hone in freeride skills.
Better yet…all you have to do is wake up in the morning, grab a cup of coffee and start shredding. This is the ultimate backyard for big hit mountain bikers.
Join us for an inside look at freeride mountain bike star Brandon Semenuk and his crew as we follow them on the road from World Tour Competitions to the journey back home in the coastal mountains of Canada.
In this premiere episode we check out the ultimate MTB house fully decked out with dirt jumps, slopestyle, trails, air bags, and a bear?! Lean back and enjoy some serious laughs, adventure, and of course some epic freeride mountain biking.
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Are we ever going to get to the point where stunts are too big? Doesn’t look like it with the progression of slopestyle mountain biking. Every year, the lines keep getting bigger with no certain end in sight. It is amazing what these guys are able to accomplish on built courses that make you pucker up just looking at them.
Everything from double backs to crazy wall rides, the latest Berg Line from Red Bull does not disappoint. One of these days we are just going to get to the point where riders say…”don’t fall…you’ll die”.
What a premiere: Red Bull Berg Line and the 26 world’s best mountain bike slopestyle riders wowed 20,000 spectators in Winterberg, Germany. The brand new gold event of the FMB World Tour could not have been more spectacular. MTB legend Darren Berrecloth created a course of unprecedented dimensions that pushed the riders to their limits. Flip-Whips, Double Backflips and 360 Spinwhips were on today’s schedule. Andreu Lacondeguy (ESP) convinced the jury with his consistently high level of tricks throughout the nine obstacles and won the contest. With his double backflip he also got the trophy for the Best Trick. Second was Sam Reynolds (UK) and third, Sam Pilgrim (UK).