Tuesday, 31 May 2016

Win tickets for a thrilling ride!


World Championship motorsport comes to Cardiff with the Adrian Flux British FIM Speedway Grand Prix, with the world’s top riders racing at speeds of over 70mph in the Principality stadium on Saturday 9 July! Don’t miss FMX displays, live DJ sets and an award-winning fireworks display in addition to the racing.  With a fanzone taking place at City Hall lawn from 11am-4pm, it is truly a great day out for all the family.
From dedicated Speedway followers, to families seeking some high octane entertainment, the exhilarating, non-stop action never fails to thrill and ensures spectators return year after year. The 500cc bikes with no brakes means nothing is predictable, with the winner only being decided in the last second of the suspense-fuelled evening.

On 9 July Tai Woffinden, current British World Champion will return to defend his title in a bid to become only the second British rider to win in front of home fans after Chris Harris’ victory at the stadium in 2007.

And we have teamed up with the organisers to offer you the chance to be there!

We have TWO pairs of tickets for the Adrian Flux British FIM Speedway Grand Prix 2016 up for grabs and all you have to do to be in with a chance of joining in the thrilling action and cheering on your favourite rider is answer this question:

Who is the current Speedway World Champion?

Please send your answer together with your full name and postal address to

Maindy Centre, Crown Way, Cardiff , CF14 3AJ. The first two correct entries drawn after the closing date of June 22nd  will be the winners and will be sent their tickets in the post.

If you’re not lucky enough to win, for more information and to buy tickets see speedwaygp.seetickets.com or call 0844 858 8879. (Calls cost 6p per minute plus your phone company’s access charge. The ticket price is subject to a transaction fee of £1.95 per order).Tickets will also be available on the day from the WRU Box office on Westgate Street or Ticketline.

Thursday, 19 May 2016

Watch Twitch, Tyler Bereman, and Darryn Durham take it Into The Hills

Some crispy freeriding from Beaumont, So-Cal The guys at Transworld Motocross were recently treated to an afternoon with Stenberg, Bereman and Durham - after a burst of rainfall cooked up perfect riding conditions. With a simple GoPro setup in tow, here's the best of the shoot - steezy freeriding at its finest.

Tuesday, 17 May 2016

Watch Ronnie Renner say goodbye to the winter in style

Three timbersleds and an awful lot of powder means some dream riding

In the northern hemisphere we're welcoming the transition to summer and all the opportunites to take part in and watch our favourite sports that brings. However, that doesn't mean we've got anything against the cold or especially the snow. Snow-adapted MX bikes have been doing the rounds for a few years now, but this past winter we saw some awesome edits as riders got to grips with what they were capable of and how you could film them.

So before the snow melts and we move on to worrying about the outdoor MX season, Red Bull's Ronnie Renner took a trip to backcountry Idaho to track down snowbike riders Brock Hoyer and Reagan Seig and see what he could learn. The result is some stunning footage of a style of riding that's sill being defined. How long 'til we see a backflip

Sunday, 15 May 2016

Watch Jacko Strong preparing the infamous 12-pack for his Headstong film


It takes a lot of effort to look that effortless

We love a good edit or action-sports movie. Almost any kind too - whether it's FMX, surfing or Extreme Ironing - the balance of performance and reality makes for something you can be blown away and inspired by.
But we're also big fans of a decent behind the scenes video - they're often the part we most look forward to. They're a chance to show just how much hard work and effort goes into making something look effortless and cool as f**k. And this video fits the bill, as we look behind one of our favourite movies of last year: Jackson Strong's "Headstrong".
One of the movie's centrepieces was the insane "12-pack" run of jumps, and here we get a look at just how much refinement and care went into making sure Jacko was on the right side of the thin line between epic and disaster.

Tuesday, 10 May 2016

Watch Taka Higashino Cali Rollin' in Cali

Taka doing what comes naturally round at Ronnie Faisst's compound

The guys from FIST Handwear found themselves in So Cal earler this year, and made a stop by Faisst's Murrieta setup to catch up with one of their riders.
Taka took advantage of the spanking conditions - barely a cloud to be seen, no wind and just the right amount of moisture in the ground - to show off the sort of slick executions and ridiculous extensions he's known for.

It's all about making plans in FSX first fresh issue of the year...

For Ken Block, the new year means a new Gymkhana - and we're taking a look behind the scenes at his latest Dubai-shot tyre-shredding extravaganza. We also have Michael Laverty sitting down with UK MotoGP rider Bradley Smith for an in-depth chat about progression in the sport and Czech snowboarder Šárka Pančochová tells us how she got back into the sport after the grind of the pro circuit took the joy out of it. We also have columns from WSBK rider Josh Brookes and FMXer Steve Sommerfeld. Plus we talk to Ben Townley, Rob Adelberg and Sam Pilgrim - and look inside Japan's GoBig and the Aus-X Open supercross. Head to Freestylextreme.com
Enjoy the issue!

Friday, 22 November 2013

Slow Motion Double Grab

Yeah, yeah - we know you're fed up with 100fps slow motion footage. But you're just going to have to deal with it for a couple more minutes after watching this video of Norwegian FMX star Ailo Guap performing a double grab. In, rather worryingly, what looks like his ganddad's pyjamas... Regardless, it you didn't already, being able to see the athletic talent and just how much time these guys are in the air and not even touching their bikes will give you a new respect for Freestyle Motocross dudes.