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| Blog, Mountain Biking Uk | 03/05/2011 08:56am

Our favourite videos from the last month.

1. First up from our very own Bikeradar was this little gem of Canadian chap, Andrew Sherry, going big on a 29er. The debate as to their validity rumbles on but at last we’re seeing some proper riding getting thrashed out on wagon wheelers…

2. Aussies famously don’t muck about. Thankfully though, neither does Andreu Lacondeguy. In this decent-lengthed vid four and a half feet of trouble heads down under.

3. Pietermaritzburg is still recovering from it’s desimation at the hands of one Aaron Gwin at round 1 of the UCI World Cup. However, just weeks before the event this locals vid leaked and lifted the lid on THAT pedally section…

4. Traharn Chidley is from Shropshire, rides DH and hates pink. She’s also pretty easy on the eye and enjoys smashing bikes made out of filament bulbs. Enough said really…

5. The South African World Cup may have ended in knee-based misery for Brendan Fairclough but in yet another spot-on video from Specialized, he wins pre-season in Vigo.

6. This one has been doing the rounds for a while now but if you ride a bike and haven’t seen this yet… Well, here’s your chance. Open a Kit-Kat, lean back in your chair and prepared to be amazed by the Special Flip!

7. Chain Reaction Cycles are a team definitely doing things a little differently this year and that said, here’s their debut video courtesy of MTBCut’s Stu Thomson. What doesn’t kill you…

8. One with an engine on now – Fujigas is a former trials World Champ and know’s how to get big gaps done! We like his style but wouldn’t like to be paying for his clutches

9. Sam Hill speaks more in this trailer for 3 Minute Gaps than we’ve ever previously heard him mumble. Ever. To say we’re excited about this film is a massive understatement – the premier is at Fort Bill. OI OI!

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