Have GoPro, will travel. Or, more appropriately, have GoPro, will ride around New York City acting like a dick with no regard for my safety or the safety of others.
Any videos and TV channels to do with cycling, mountain biking and stunt bking.
Downhill mountain biking is an insane sport. I can’t help but be impressed by these cyclists speeding down the side of a mountain (or tree-lined hillside) in record times.
However, as impressive as the sport is, it’s even more impressive when one of the competitors loses his chain at the start of the course. That’s game over, surely…
Nigel Sylvester is a pro BMX rider, and based solely on the strength of this video, he belongs on a bike.
This video shows Sylvester taking a trip around New York City, and it offers a rather unique view of the city few of us will ever experience.
A very strange thing happened during the Paris-Roubaix spring classic over the weekend, when a passing train stopped the bike race in its tracks. Not that it was the train’s fault.
If you’re in need of a Brit with a penchant for creating weird and wacky inventions, and the engineering ability to turn bad ideas into good things, look no further than Colin Furze.
His latest creation is a bicycle with working wheels made out of ice. Madness? Yes. Cool? Most definitely yes.
The 2014 Tour De France began this past weekend, with two days of cycling through the English countryside.
This video shows the Global Cycling Network previewing the event, as three enthusiasts sit in a cafe in Holmfirth discussing the form of the riders and predicting who will do well.
If you have ever wanted to know what it’s like to complete a downhill mountain bike course, then this video is just for you.
It shows former professional mountain biker Claudio Caluori previewing a course in South Africa while wearing a GoPro camera on his head.
I’m sure that riding on top of a rocky outcrop before pulling a backflip across a 72ft canyon is lots of fun, but I think I’ll leave it to the professionals. Or at least the brave amateurs.
The Tour de France’s first visit to Corsica started uneventfully Saturday, as riders rode calmly out of a picture-perfect harbor town under sunny skies.
I’ve never been a fan of Super Mario. He’s a fat plumber who rides on the back of a dinosaur, for God’s sake. What’s so good about that? However, the music and sound effects featured in the games are exceptional.
The question is, what would the music and sound effects from the Super Mario games sound like if it augmented real life?