FMB World Tour 2013 Season Highlights

Presenting our bumper photo and video annual from the 2013 FMB World Tour.
Andreu Lacondeguy performs during the Summer X Games in Munich, Germany on June 29th, 2013
Andreu Lacondeguy in action © Flo Hagena / Red Bull Content Pool
By Rajiv Desai

From the start of the year at a snowy Leogang to the end in the mountains of Utah at Rampage, we review another great year on the FMB World Tour.

Freeride mountain biking is constantly progressing and 2013 saw tricks becoming even bigger and more technical than ever before. There was also the emergence of a group of new riders on the scene such as Peter Henke, Anton Thelander and Matt Jones and the appearance of a slopestyle event at the X Games in Munich for the first time.

Sam Pilgrim took the overall FMB World Tour title for 2013 with Martin Söderström and Brett Rheeder finishing second and third respectively. Injuries curtailed their season but Sam showed consistency throughout the year and is a worthy winner for 2013.

The first FMB World Tour event for 2014 kicks off in January with the FMBA promising some exciting changes in store and new developments for this season. Keep your eyes peeled to Red Bull Bike for announcement of the 2014 calendar in the coming weeks.

For now, relive the 2013 season again here with links to video features, photo stories and associated content from all the major events on the tour this last year.


Silver beginnings: White Style, Vienna Air King & Rocket Air

© Philipp Schuster

Red Bull Berg Line at the iXS Dirt Masters

© Flo Hagena/Red Bull Content Pool


© Bull Content Pool

X Games Munich Mountain Bike Slopestyle

Andreu Lacondeguy © Red Bull Content Pool

Crankworx Les Deux Alpes

Colorado Freeride Festival

Anton Thelander - making a name © Toby Cowley/Red Bull Content Pool

Red Bull Joyride

© Crankworx

Bearclaw Invitational

Yannick Granieri in action at the 2013 Bearclaw Invitational
Back on track © Toby Cowley/FMB World Tour

Red Bull Rampage

Sam Pilgrim celebrates winning the 2013 FMB World Tour title.
A Pilgrim By Any Other Name is Still a Champion © Margus Riga/Red Bull Bike