De retour du Dakar 2014, le pilote Yamaha Factory Racing, Cyril Desprès était en exclusivité sur le site www.redbull.fr/dakar2014 pour échanger ses impressions lors d'un live chat unique le mardi 4 février à 19h. Cyril à répondu à toutes les questions pendant près d'1h30. Retrouvez l'intégralité de cet échange dans cette vidéo.
The rain couldn't stop the athletes and artists from turning downtown Houston into their playground haven tonight at Red Bull Urban Rhythm. Hucker and GONZO247's collaboration to create a one-of-a-kind street art BMX track came to life as the athlete's took to riding the course after the storm. The crew of athletes and builders came together to clear the water from the track after the rain affected the features. Sweat and hard work paid off as the team was able to dry the course off and make it safe again to ride.
Red Bull Local Hero Tour 2013 brought skateboarding back to Bahrain for a weekend to remember. Giorgio Zavos, Red Bull skateboard athlete came all the way from Greece for the two day event. The Skating action kicked off with more than 50 skaters gathered at Hidd Park. They welcomed Giorgio and jammed with him ahead of a full day of grinding and shredding at the scene's favorite skating spots which included Riffa' Fort garden, and the Busaiteen Corniche. Throughout the action packed day, skateboarders free styled on the different natural ledges and ramps the locations offered, while learning from Giorgio how to perfect their tricks. The competition was held at the Lagoon Amwaj to select the "local hero". 20 skateboarders went head to head putting to the test their favorite tricks from 50/50 grinds, to the 360 degree flip on the special designed ramps and ledges, to the delight of the cheering crowd and under the watchful eye of Giorgio. The latter who was silently judging the event, picked Fahim as the winner as he was the only to execute a clean 360 degree flip. Walid and Ahmed Hajji who exhibited excellent skills throughout the competition and in the final 4 round landed themselves the 2nd & 3rd places.
Inscriptions sur => http://www.wingsforlifeworldrun.com/fr/ Le 4 mai 2014, à 12h heure française, des milliers de compétiteurs prendront le départ de quarante courses autour du monde. Ouvert aux coureurs de tous les niveaux, ces courses ont une spécificité : les itinéraires seront définis à l’avance mais les participants ne devront pas courir une distance définie. Contrairement aux courses traditionnelles, c’est la ligne d’arrivée qui viendra aux coureurs et non l’inverse. Une demi-heure après le départ du premier coureur, les voitures officielles quittent simultanément la ligne de départ à la poursuite des participants. La vitesse accélère à intervalles réguliers. Dès qu’une voiture dépasse un coureur, la course s’arrête pour lui. A vos baskets ! Les revenus générés par cette course seront intégralement reversées à la fondation Wings for Life Inscriptions sur => http://www.wingsforlifeworldrun.com/fr/
Milan was the setting for the Italian debut of the Red Bull Mini Drome, where Toms Alsbergs came in first, it was his eighth victory on this competition. This spectacular, fun event dedicated to fixed-gear bikes attracted a large crowd of curious spectators at Sarpi Sei venue, a moder open space in the center of Milan. Marco Fontana passed the qualification but didn't pass the second round.
Four wakeboarders, among them legend Parks Bonifay, embarked in a unique adventure: the search for icebergs in the frozen Patagonic waters of Parque Nacional Los Glaciares in Argentina to practice wakeboarding in a new dimension.
With 2013 season gone, here's the best action of the year, as the riders dragged themselves through the snow, mud, sand and rain. Check out the highlights of six amazing races that happened in 2013.. Who's ready for 2014?!
Nikita Martyanov as he goes on an epic journey to find the lake in an old picture which happens to be Lake Kayindy in Kazakhstan, a mystical lake on a mountain that an earthquake triggered. Challenging himself, Nikita sets up the ultimate eco-park to create his dream riding spot. See the best tricks from first in Kazakhstan athlete's project on Kayindy Lake including crazy tricks by Nikita Martyanov.
Watch the helmet cam footage from the champion of Red Bull Rampage 2013. After Red Bull Rampage 2013, Kyle Strait is truly in a class of his own -- the only rider to make finals of every Rampage and the only rider to win twice (2004, 2013). Having more big mountain experience than most, Kyle rode with the form, power and composure that was unmatched by the other riders in finals. Kyle's comfortable in big mountains and it shows. Take a ride with Kyle's alter ego -- the style-correct and always nasty "Sir Lyle Kensington, III" -- to see how the Rampage course can be ridden to perfection: big and confident.
For more Car Park Drift visit http://win.gs/1exDN2F Red Bull Car Park Drift took place on the 4th of October in Kuwait with the participation of the best 12 drifters. Nasser al Mutairi managed to win. He along with 2nd place Sami Haidar qualify for the regional final that will take place in Dubai on November 8.
Japan’s DJ Shintaro took the Red Bull Thre3style title on 9 November 2013, beating 16 other DJs to become the competition’s youngest champion. The 24-year old is also the first Japanese DJ to win the event. The young DJ only found out he had a spot in Saturday’s main event a few hours before spin-off. Shintaro lost out to Germany’s Eskei83 in Wednesday’s qualifying battle but was selected as a wild card finalist by judges Jazzy Jeff, Kid Koala, Jubilee, Skratch Bastid and Grandtheft. Around 2,000 people packed into Toronto’s Kool Haus to see Shintaro Iwamiya take on DJ Marquinhos Espinosa (Brazil), Eskei83 (Germany), DJ Byte (Chile), DJ Bazooka (Switzerland) and DJ Trentino (USA).
Another night for the books! Sold out, Toronto's Danforth Music Hall hosted the final five competitors Brazil's DJ Marquinhos Espinosa, Switzerland's DJ Bazooka, Belgium's DJ Madfingaz, Spain's DJ Laese, and Albania's DJ Vicky. The five DJs battled it out for a spot at the grand finals. All said and done, DJ Marquinhos Espinosa earned himself a place in the grand final of the World DJ Championship. Watch the video above for highlights from the night that will certainly go down in Thre3style history.
After 3 nights of parties and a huge winning set from Eskei83 the night before, word absolutely blew up about Red Bull Thre3Style in Toronto. For Thursday’s qualifier at the Hoxton, it was sold out two days in advance, there was a lineup around the block before it was even dark out, and by the end of the night A-Trak had played a much-demanded encore and we had another competitor headed to Saturday’s final. Watch the video to see highlights from the night that saw Jamaica's DJ Inferno, Canada's Adam Doubleyou, S. Korea's DJ Acorn, and USA's Trentino fight it out for a spot at the grand finals.
Maybe it was after the competitors saw DJ Byte win on night 1, but at the 2nd night of competition at the Red Bull Thre3Style World DJ Championships, things got even more serious. Toronto's Mod Club was packed right from the start, and by the end of the night we had another qualifier DJ for Sunday's final and some amazing moments. Watch the video for highlights, including Jazzy Jeff vs Skratch Bastid, and Eskei83 taking the win for Germany earning him a spot in the grand final.
The Red Bull Thre3Style World DJ Championships is the biggest DJ competition in the world. From November 4-9, Toronto, Canada will host DJs from across the world who fought their way through regional qualifiers in their own countries to earn a spot at the finals week. DJ against DJ - country against country - competitors practice their 15-minute sets for months knowing that international glory is on the line. The World Champion will be decided on Saturday, November 9. Alongside the competing DJs will be headliners DJ Jazzy Jeff, Kid Koala, A-Trak, Ali Shaheed Muhammad (A Tribe Called Quest), DJ Maseo (De La Soul), and a Tribe Called Red.
Watch highlights from night 1 of competition at the Red Bull Thre3Style World DJ Championships 2013 in Toronto, Canada. Competing on the night were Azerbaijan's DJ Twist, Argentina's Lukas Canaves, Chile's DJ Byte, and the World Final's first female competitor, Taiwan's DJ Ray Ray. They had their work cut out for them. The judging panel included DJ Jazzy Jeff and Skratch Bastid, and headlining the night was Kid Koala, Toronto's Turnstylez crew, and Shortkut of the Beat Junkies. Serious company! After incredible set after set, it was Chile's DJ Byte who impressed the judges with his creative mixing and track selection, earning him a spot in Saturday's grand final.