The newly crowned World Cup overall champion Manon Carpenter celebrating her win with a beer. Check out the full PinkBike photo epic article here.
It was another exciting race in the womans category in Meribel, with Rachel Atherton taking the win in front of Emeline Ragot in 2nd and Manon Carpenter in 3rd. Photo by Matthew Delorme.
Year of the rat… Josh Bryceland has had a hell of a year, finishing 3rd in Meribel and taking the overall series win. Photo by Paris Gore.
Sam Hill did it again! Another 1st place finish in Meribel meant Sam finished this season with a 5th overall. Photo by Nathan Hughes.
Focal Point have a real nice photo feature on their website of photographer Kane Naaraat. Check out the full article here.
Emmeline Ragot on her way to take the win at this past weekends World Cup in Windham. Photo by Laurence Crossman-Emms.
Windham proved to be another exciting race with Josh Bryceland taking the top spot of the podium yet again. Photo by Laurence Crossman-Emms.
It was a close race in the womens category at Mount Sainte Anne, with Manon Carpenter finishing just 0.7 of a second up on Rachel Atherton. Check out the Full finals gallery on the Dirt site here.
Brook MacDonald looking pinned, but unfortunately missing out on a spot on the podium this past weekend. Photo by Dave Trumpore.
It’s been a long time coming after his last World Cup win back in 2009 (and his World Champs win in 2010), but it’s so rad to see Sam Hill back on the top step of the podium again! Photo by Dave Trumpore.
Photo by Ricky Adam, taken from his amazing book ‘Destroying Everything’.
Ricky Adam has been one of my favourite photographers since buying my first issue of Dig way back in 2000. Here’s a snap he took of Steven Hamilton in Cologne, Germany back in 2007.
"Our video from the 2014 7iDP BC National Downhill Champs is here, and as usual, with modesty intact, it’s another stonker". Stoked I got the opportunity to shoot and edit this video for Ride.IO.
So much style! Josh Bryceland piloting his new V-10 and taking the win at the National Champs at Innerleithen. Photo by Laurence Crossman-Emms.