Sunday Ride with Taha Ghabeli in Iran!!
He rides for the Nationalteam and is preparing for the Asian Championship
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March 31: Kerobokan, Bali
April 7: Manila, The Philippines
April 21: Hyderabad, India
June 23: Aranyaprathet, Thailand
August 5: Akaigawa, Japan
Red Bull and Velosolution bring to you the first ever Red Bull Pump Track World Championship. With qualifying rounds around the globe, but also in Asia. Starting with Bali and ending with Japan.
Pump track in Kerobokan for more infos about the race go HERE. March 31 2018
Pump track in Manila for more infos about the race go HERE. April 7 2018
Pump track in Hyderabad, for more infos about the race go HERE. April 18 2018
Pump track in Aranyaprathet, for more infos go HERE. June 23 2018
We could not find any pump track infos about Akaigawa, it must be not yet build. We will inform you as soon we have more infos. August 5 2018
Red Bull Pump Track World Championship
September 7, 2018 (Lenzerheide - Switzerland)
Depending on the track at each qualifying event, racing will take place in either a head-to-head battle or a time-trial format. Each qualifier will begin with seeding runs from which the top 32 men and top eight women will progress to the knockout heats.
The top four men and women from each qualifier will advance to the Red Bull Pump Track World Championship Final in Lenzerheide. The winner of each qualifier will win an expenses-paid trip to the Lenzerheide final to battle it out against the best in the world.
"The Red Bull Pump Track World Championship gives riders from around the world the chance to be a World Champion and make their country proud," states Claudio Caluori.
Chiangmai - Thailand
Max Stöckl - Kitzbühl - Austria
BMF - Bangalore Mountain Bike Festival 2018 - India
This time I am featuring young and talented Nepali national rider Roan Tamang who has already been into different mountain biking races nationally as well as internationally. Despite of all the hardwork, he has been able to win many titles in different races. I am trying to promote mountain biking in Nepal so I will moreover feature mountain biking videos. Don't forget to give a thumbs up and suscribe my video if you like it. - Roja
As we arrive in Bangalore, it's time for a Route recce for the XC Race at Bangalore Mountain Festival 2018. The route is 5 kms of XC with lots of technical descending as well technical Climbing on rock faces. We had a little fun watching the DH riders clearing the road jump.
My first mini Vlog.
Let me know in comments how do you guys like it.
Once again the FMB World Tour season started in front of the backdrop of Leogang’s ‘Steinberge’ with the only mountain bike slopestyle contest on snow: White Style. Training and qualification were held in perfect bluebird condition, but during the final runs fog moved in. As a result of decreasing visibility, the event eventually had to be canceled after the quarterfinals.
White Style, now in its 13th edition, once again attracted a field of 20 elite slopestyle riders from 6 nations. For the first time in White Style history, the 16 athletes who made it through qualification had to battle each other in a head-to-head elimination format, with the loser of each match-up being knocked out of the contest. During training, the 20 invited riders already showed that the level of riding continues to rise with each edition. As a result, the crowd at the Schantailift was already treated to several Double-Flips and 720s during qualification. One of the early highlights was an unbelievably clean Backflip-Superman-Seatgrab by Spanish young gun Marcel Durbau.
As the sun set and the lights turned on, the elimination rounds started with the Round of 16. Unfortunately, a developing bank of fog led to decreasing visibility for the riders and as a result, the contest was put on hold after the quarterfinals. While conditions improved after 30 minutes, the four remaining riders decided not to start again, which led to the cancelation of the contest without the possibility of a fair final ranking.
While the slopestyle stars were warming up for the finals after qualification, another highlight was held at the Schanteilift: the SCOTT Snow Downhill Race. About 60 ambitious Downhill riders participated in the race and kept spectators entertained. The fastest rider in the men’s field was Johannes Hägele, followed by Thomas Rieger and Peter Fernbach. Paula Zibasa won the women’s race for the second time in a row. Second place went to Celine Blochberger while Nina Hofer took home third.
Further news about White Style 2018 can be found on the Facebook Event page and the website.
Roja K.C. is a new Vlogger from Kathmandu / Nepal. She is not unknown in the MTB scene in Nepal.
I wanted to try something new so i came up with this idea. I hope you guys like my video.
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The rider line-up has been finalized, the suspense is mounting: Only 9 days left until 20 Slopestyle and Dirt Jump athletes will travel to Leogang’s Schanteilift for the 2018 FMB World Tour season opening at White Style on January 26. The unique Slopestyle contest on snow has been an integral part of the Saalfelden Leogang event calendar for years but has big changes in store for 2018! For the first time, the athletes will battle each other head to head in an elimination format, the loser of a battle drops out of the contest. Will last year’s champion Torquato Testa from Italy triumph over his opponents and defend his 2017 title? Or will Bienvenido Alba from Spain amaze fans and judges with a special piece of his trick repertoire? One thing is certain: the riders will have to show off their gnarliest trick combos and jumps in order to win the championship belt. Additionally, ambitious spectators can take part in the exciting Scott Snow Downhill Race and prove their bike skills. Intrigued to find out about the new format?
White Style = Fight Style
Incredible trick combos, technically demanding jumps and a lot of snow: welcome to White Style! During qualifying on January 26, 20 riders will be throwing their raddest tricks and awe the spectators and judges. Four of them will drop out as only 16 can reach the finals, during which things are set to heat up: in four elimination rounds, the athletes will compete head-to-head. Who will be the last man standing?
Once more, the rider line-up is massive: 20 riders from 7 nations will ‘step into the ring’ and fight for the championship belt. The main man will be Signore Torquato ‘Toto’ Testa from Italy. The defending champion threw down the biggest tricks and earned himself the White Style title last year. The ‘oppo king’ will be competing at White Style for the fourth time already, so he is definitely the most experienced rider in the line-up when it comes to snow. Last year, he made it to the top of the podium with an opposite cork 720, flip tuck over the boner log, double flip and a regular cork 720 – simply incredible! Next in line will be Simon Pagès from France who impressed last year’s crowd with a Flip Whip, a 360 Whip over the boner log, an opposite double whip on the step-up and a flip opposite whip on the last jump. A run that earned the Frenchman second place at last year’s edition of White Style.
One rider who is well known for literally flying high, is Bienvenido Alba from Spain. He was ready to rumble at the Best Trick Contest of the legendary Red Bull District Ride last September where he stunned fans and judges alike with an unbelievably clean Double Frontflip.
Here is the rider line-up:
Peter Kaiser (AUT)
Markus Saurer (AUT)
Bernd Winkler (AUT)
Bienvenido Alba (ESP)
Marcel Durbau (ESP)
Rémy Carra (FRA)
Paul Couderc (FRA)
Lewis Garric (FRA)
Antonin Honoré (FRA)
Nicolas Kroffig (FRA)
Simon Pagès (FRA)
Franck Paulin (FRA)
Elie Robert (FRA)
Alex Cahill (GBR)
Tom Cardy (GBR)
Freddy Pulman (GBR)
Tom Reynolds (GBR)
Lukas Schäfer (GER)
Torquato Testa (ITA)
Loek Quadflieg (NED)
White Style 2018 (Friday, January, 26)
01.30 pm – 04.00 pm Practice Qualifying White Style
04.00 pm – 05.30 pm Qualifying White Style
05.00 pm – 05.30 pm Training Scott Snow Downhill Race
05.30 pm – 06.30 pm Qualifying Scott Snow Downhill Race
06.30 pm – 07.30 pm Finals Scott Snow Downhill Race (prize ceremony afterwards)
07.30 pm – 09.00 pm Finals White Style incl. People’s Choice Best Trick (prize ceremony afterwards)
10.00 pm After Show Party @ Kraller Alm