For a guy who was at the forefront of the freeride mountain bike movement before it existed, Cam Zink's latest world-record attempt is just par for the course.
Starting with the Repack Downhill series and finishing with Cam Zink, XGames.com takes a look at the key players in the evolution of the freeride mountain bike movement.
Pro mountain biker to attempt record 100-foot backflip at California's Mammoth Mountain as part of ABC's "World Of X Games" series, airing live on ESPN Aug. 21 and Aug. 24 on ABC.
Italian pro skier Giulia Monego is on her way to becoming an IFMGA-certified mountain guide, of which just 1.5 percent are women
The 2015 Freeride World Tour will have a very limited presence in North America, and competitor Griffin Post says that's a blow to both fans and athletes
Austrian native Nadine Wallner has risen to quick stardom on the Freeride World Tour, becoming the overall champion the last two years running
Pro skier and Squaw Valley native Timy Dutton was killed Tuesday in a skydiving accident
You'll be seeing more of Austrian freeskier Fabian Lentsch in the near future
Austrian freeskier Fabian Lentsch earned his spot on the 2015 Freeride World Tour with a mind-blowing qualifier run in Obergurgl, Austria
As the 2014 Freeride World Tour comes to a close, photographer Tim Lloyd captures portraits of the athletes at the Verbier finish line
Get to know big-mountain snowboarder Shannan Yates and skier Jackie Paaso, the most underrated women on the Freeride World Tour
Despite immense talent and skill, female big-mountain skiers and snowboarders never seem to get any of the credit
The Freeride World Tour wraps up a tumultuous 2014 season on Verbier, Switzerland's famed Bec des Rosses.
The only U.S. stop of the 2014 Freeride World Tour, originally scheduled for Kirkwood, makes a last-minute location switch to Snowbird, Utah
Low snow and bad weather has plagued the Freeride World Tour for most of the 2014 season. This week's postponed stop at Snowbird does not seem to be an exception.
In the hills outside of Riverside, Calif., the #Nonamers, a crew of freeriders named because they prefer having fun with each other to a corporate mission, took their bikes to the air last fall.