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Dan Atherton – Dyfi Video.

Dan Atherton – Dyfi Video.

The Atherton’s are some of our favourites here at Descent-World – We like their junior development race program, their concussion protocols and we really really love what Dan is doing at Dyfi Forest, Wales. Many people forget Dan won a 4X World Cup, had a 2nd place in a World Cup DH (Livingo 2004?) and really is one of the best bike handlers in the world. He can also dig – We mean really dig. Having seen this first hand, […]

Brendan Fairclough takes a heavy Rampage Crash

Brendan Fairclough takes a heavy Rampage Crash

Brendan Fairclough is now a staple of Rampage and one of the most skilled riders out there. He has become known for his gnarly canyon lines at Rampage, including his double line last year where he flipped the second jump. He’s been building out in the desert and set wheels to dirt this morning, but it didn’t end so well. Rumour is he’ll still try to ride on Friday… @brendog1 over the bars on his massive canyon gap in the […]

Remy Morton – UK trails video

Remy Morton – UK trails video

It’s been to long since we’ve seen a brilliant dirt jump edit, and Rem-Dawg can hang with the best. Does anyone know of any trails in Scotland? If so, get in touch!

Max Rendall – Max Attack

Max Rendall – Max Attack

Max Rendall is one hell of a rider. Whilst I’ve been aware of Max on the Scottish race scene for a couple of years now, it was only just this past summer that I had the pleasure of meeting him in person for a filming project with fellow shredder Ryan Middleton. Normally meeting someone for the first time can be an awkward affair, but Max doesn’t do awkward. Within minutes of meeting him his energetic personality shone through with a […]

Lone Wolf

Lone Wolf

Sometimes there’s no choice but to dig and ride solo. Stunning visuals and crisp soundtrack from Ewia Productions.

Scotland with Vanderham + Hunter

Scotland with Vanderham + Hunter

The week-long adventure started at Bonar Bridge and ended in Applecross. All in all, the crew rode approximately 250km and spent 10-13 gruelling hours per day in the saddle. Nothing could have prepared us for what the vast backcountry of Scotland would throw at us, but what’s an adventure without a few hurdles? “The northern highlands of Scotland have a heavy reputation. Beautiful, surely. But rugged, rocky, rainy, windy, muddy and midgey are the words most often chosen.” – Matt […]

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