The Week that Was... 06

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Our pick of the week's best bike content from around the web.

01 Brendan's gap

We know, we know... Rampage was a long time ago but this week saw the final release of one of the most anticipated GoPro runs of the whole event - Brendan Fairclough's conquering of his canyon gap. Big, mental gap aside, the video really shows off just how balls out his run was from top to bottom.

02 Return of the Karver

We watched this new Chris Kovarik, Summer of Summit edit about five times before we could even forward it to anybody. He mightn't race every World Cup race any more but The Karver is still one of the best in the world at going around corners... Enjoy it over on PinkBike.

03 That Was Peaty

One of the stand-out web-series of 2013, This Is Peaty, drew to a close this week and finished with a typically raucous send-off. It's amazing the money some of the big teams seem to have to spend to make their riders appear to be 'cool' when the Syndicate seem to pull it off simply by having a beer and riding mini-motos... Here's the video on the Dirt Magazine site.


04 Electric storm

One video had grown men all over the world checking the website of Oset Bikes this week... Storm the Embassy. Chris Northover blipped his way around the disused Russian consulate in London aboard their electric trials bike. We want one. A lot.

© Paris Gore

05 A Racer's Dream

We hosted the premier of Hutchinson United Ride's, A Racer's Dream, which tracked the team's progress through the tumultuous seas of 2013. Mick Hannah was a man on a mission and widely predicted as one of the favourites to take the PMZ World Champs.