This happened just beyond the finish line at this weekend’s Longsjo Classic. Based on the bib numbers, the guy throwing the punches is named Jerome Townsend, and the dude getting popped is named Dave Warner.
Six cyclists preparing to start a race in Østlendingen, Norway, were hospitalized today after they all drank laundry detergent, believing it to be some kind of sports drink. They are all fine, so it's OK to laugh.
A South African man recently strapped a camera on his head before heading out for a leisurely bike ride. While on this bike ride, the dude with a camera on his head was held up by three gun-wielding thugs who stole everything he had on him, save for the camera that he had for some reason strapped to his head.
This video is amazing, but it may also depress you. Now you have to go through life knowing that you will never be as good at anything as these guys are at doing awesome things with bikes.
You've thrilled to the death-defying acts at the circus, but have you ever been to the Shriners' Circus, where they string cables from the rafters at precisely the right height to take out motorcycle jumpers?
This impressive trick from Estonia's Ingvar Neumann seems to officially be called the lateral bike flip, although we've seen it referred to as the "Neu Flip," or, in Neumann's words, the "HD." ("For Heavy Drug, High Definition and Happy Day.") Whatever, it's a kick flip on a freaking bicycle, and it's never been…
BUCS (the British Universities and Colleges Sport) held their championships last week, and our favorite sport was the cross country mountain biking. Someone was kind enough to put together a compilation of the best wipeouts on the same downhill section, and we can't top their word choice: carnage.
Now that everyone's discovered the insanity of the VCA, videos from this year's edition are starting to emerge. Yep, it's still terrifying, and yep, there are still dogs on the course.
This video's actually from the 2010 Valparaiso Cerro Abajo race through the narrow, mountainous streets of Valparaiso, Chile. But we're just seeing it now, and you need to see it too. Grab your Dramamine.
ESPN's latest 30 for 30 documentary about BMX trailblazer Mat Hoffman may have been a well-timed PR play for the Summer X Games, but it was also a bone-crunching reminder of the deadly brutality of extreme obsession.
The woman on the left in this photo is Danika Schroeter. She finished second in the Canadian downhill mountain biking championships last week, finishing just one second behind Michelle Dumaresq. Dumaresq is the woman in the middle. The lady on the right ... we don't know who the lady on the right is. She's not really…