0 to 60mph in under two seconds. A 70-foot jump. Dirt, asphalt and mud. As if all that weren’t exciting enough, the second race of the season of Red Bull Global Rallycross came down to .071 seconds – a photo finish. Honda Red Bull Olsbergs MSE driver Sebastian Eriksson nipped Loenbro Motorsports’ Steve Arpin by a fraction of a second to win Sunday’s Red Bull Global Rallycross Louisville final at the Kentucky Exposition Center. Though much of the day saw action take place in dry conditions, the wet weather came just in time for the 10-lap Supercar final. Four drivers—Eriksson, Arpin, and Volkswagen Andretti Rallycross teammates Scott Speed and Tanner Foust—spent much of the final running nose to tail, with the Joker Lap and a slippery dirt surface shuffling the order throughout. Check out some of the best action from the race!
With only two more days until the insanity that is the Nitro World Games takes off in Salt Lake City, Utah; T Squared Action Sports caught up with Travis Pastrana to get the details on what is new this year at the Nitro World Games.
Sometimes, BMX is more about the set up/spot and how you ride it rather than the amount of tricks that get done. Monster Energy BMX rider Kevin Kalkoff lives by that rule and brings you ‘ESTHÉTIQUE’ as a perfect example that’s its not what you do (…)
Adidas skateboarding presents Skate Copa Court Sydney, Australia. Unlocking a new location under the Sydney Harbour Bridge and celebrating GSD, Skate Copa Court saw the entire skateboarding community gather together in one iconic spot. Australia’s own Dennis (…)
Skid into mountain bike history as Schley links in with fellow Mountain Bike Hall of Fame member Brett Tippie, who drops in from another spire and links into the original Devil’s Peak line – lean back and heavy on the brakes, this is old school at its finest (…)
From the streets of NYC to the beaches of Sicily, Maya Stepper isn’t letting anyone hold her back. Enjoy the view… 5 more beautiful shots of Maya Stepper on the next page. 1 2 …3
Some of the best snowboarders from around the world come to Corvatsch, Switzerland to ride Charles Beckinsale jumps at the 2017 Stomping Grounds Spring Session to finish of the season.
It’s been a tough 12 months for Brett Rheeder, who’s been recovering from injury, but after the display he put on in Les Gets, concluded with a Corked 720 Barspin, it’s obvious that he’s back on the hunt and ready for the rest of the 2017 (…)
Alongside Aaron Chase and Geoff Gulevich, Richie Schley shreds on Retallack, Canada’s, Heavy Meadow trail. With boulder wall rides and pump tracks in the flats, this is one ride to rock out on.