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  • Published on Jun 1, 2023 veröffentlicht
  • Aaron Gwin chainless in Leogang, history made.
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  • Flawless
    Flawless 3 months ago +28513

    Insanity to win with that time. Truely next level

  • Armeanu'
    Armeanu' 2 months ago +3896

    He had no means to gain any speed so he decided to never slow down. Legend!

    • best djaf
      best djaf 2 months ago +23

      Like Poganini with one string on his violin

    • Kaiser Chief
      Kaiser Chief Month ago +21

      ​@best djafPaganini?

    • asiamalive
      asiamalive Month ago +13

      This is a quote in its self

    • Kult
      Kult Month ago +21

      It’s down hill race. Gravity and pumping is the way he gains speed.

    • Zorah Amunn
      Zorah Amunn Month ago +1


  • - Arc -
    - Arc - 3 months ago +4527

    Thats called a full send. Hell. Yes.

    • DFWFishFeen
      DFWFishFeen 2 months ago +8

      "LOTS OF PEDAL STROKE!!!" Dude feet isn't moving😢

    • sandas turner
      sandas turner 2 months ago +34

      ​@DFWFishFeenthink he meant, "not a pedal stroke"

    • Ardyti
      Ardyti 2 months ago +13

      @DFWFishFeen He actually Said "Not a pedal stroke." i guess somepeople really do need them constant subtitles

    • Daniel Guzman
      Daniel Guzman Month ago +1

      do i hear a disc golf reference? 😃

  • Carvey Keitel
    Carvey Keitel 3 months ago +3649

    Man… that was off the chain!

    • Liam Schaelling
      Liam Schaelling 3 months ago +50

      How is this not the top comment? Gold

    • Carvey Keitel
      Carvey Keitel 3 months ago +8

      @Liam Schaelling why thank you !

    • Owen Mason
      Owen Mason 3 months ago +6

      came here to say this lol

    • Cem Zekioglu
      Cem Zekioglu 3 months ago +5

      I came here to make that comment 😅

    • Mandrasics 99
      Mandrasics 99 3 months ago +3

      Daaaamn, crazy how a mindset change can alter the outcome of based rules if you set them aside

  • Rose Williams
    Rose Williams 2 months ago +553

    Crazy to think in less than a second he decided to endure the challenge instead of giving up. That's pure confidence.

    • Shani Anderson
      Shani Anderson Month ago +2

      so true!!

    • Adrian Steve
      Adrian Steve Month ago +6

      Confidence in self is all you need too

    • Taxmandarmus
      Taxmandarmus Month ago +9

      Doubt he would ever think of quitting

    • Cobber
      Cobber Month ago +4

      confidence or determination

    • Jack Mott
      Jack Mott Month ago +4

      I am a lazy fearful man and I wouldn't give up in a downhill with no chain. Its downhill.

  • Mel0n Mel
    Mel0n Mel 2 months ago +1056

    Basically no breaking too because he has to keep that momentum, give this man all the awards

    • N. Lyndley.
      N. Lyndley. Month ago +19

      Breaking the chain.
      And then, no braking.

    • IINo1GoodII Ps4
      IINo1GoodII Ps4 Month ago +9

      There would have been some. You cant full send it into a corner and come out with an advantage by cooking it.

    • Hill Weggs
      Hill Weggs Month ago +3


  • S. Paul
    S. Paul 3 months ago +13019

    Broken chains released the inner beast, figuratively and literally in this case. 🏆

      CARLOS X RAMIREZ 3 months ago +38

      That’s Monster Energy my guy 👀

    • #Vivaavidaativa
      #Vivaavidaativa 3 months ago +9

      Good job Nice 🍷

    • Cereal Dude
      Cereal Dude 3 months ago +20


    • Dans rod
      Dans rod 3 months ago +6

      ​​​​​​@CARLOS X RAMIREZ more like, "the power of the RedBull👀"

    • Raf Lievens
      Raf Lievens 3 months ago +22

      Still figuratively.

  • Ryan
    Ryan 2 months ago +142

    THAT...wow. Not only must've that been unbelievably difficult but to adapt the run and technique is mind blowing

  • ohsew
    ohsew 3 months ago +172

    Red bull dudes are legit next level at everything

    • Jun Boo
      Jun Boo Month ago +1

      Fu…g geniuses on their field. You are correct.

  • Nobody
    Nobody 3 months ago +8736

    He had to hold himself from braking too much because he knows he can't accelerate if he slows down too much. A real showcase of experience and expertise
    Edit: To the people commenting "Thanks for stating the obvious" I was commenting about how he had big balls and not braking on that terrain, I do downhill racing as well not on their level though. Not braking on that kind of terrain makes it very risky and can most of the time lead to accidents resulting in bruises, broken bones, and sometimes death. He noticed that his chains broke in the first few seconds in the race and was now riding chainless, he had the choice to lose the race and be completely safe or risk it and win, he showed his experience as he didn't panic and maintained a cool composure, braking only when necessary and didn't even brake on some of the obstacles. He rode chainless the entire way down and won beating second place one and a half seconds faster and if you know anything about racing that is very quick. The rider was Aaron Gwin and this run he made was back in 2015 in austria. It was considered to be one of the best if not the best moment in mountain biking history.

    • Truls
      Truls 3 months ago +54

      Bro just called common sense "expertise"...

    • Brylle Arce
      Brylle Arce 3 months ago +421

      @Trulsno common sense is going to help you with that road 😂

    • Ralph Cruz
      Ralph Cruz 3 months ago +160

      ​@TrulsBro displayed the Dunning Kruger effect at work

    • Your Average Rabbit Studio
      Your Average Rabbit Studio 3 months ago +20

      @Ralph Cruz fr 💀

    • Dacen McLean
      Dacen McLean 3 months ago +48

      @Truls you probably can’t even ride a bicycle without training wheels.

  • Nirav Suvarna
    Nirav Suvarna 3 months ago +110

    He had a flashback of his training arc .
    "Be ready for all uncertainities " said his sensei . In a flash of moment he regained the control of his malfunctioning cycle and said "It's now or never"🔥🔥

  • Ivander • 14 years ago
    Ivander • 14 years ago 2 months ago +194

    "How did he stay in touch on all that pedalling with no chain?"
    it's gravity, mate

    • defquick
      defquick 2 months ago +7

      Yes, but pedalling still is faster on a flat section

    • BONG JOVI 🏳️‍🌈⃠
      BONG JOVI 🏳️‍🌈⃠ 2 months ago +2

      You want to mate with him?

    • defquick
      defquick 2 months ago +3

      @BONG JOVI 🏳️‍🌈⃠ what

    • LeviHB
      LeviHB 2 months ago +4

      ​​@defquickedalling is faster you're right - but only when the angle is shallow enough - e.g. the other extreme of trying to go down 80 degrees or something, the pedals will be useless compared to gravity. But if you don't have a chain the only means you have of accelerating are by using gravity, and if you brake you lose energy - you can't just brake then add it back in by pedaling.
      So yeah he realised there was only one path to victory and that was to just keep letting gravity accelerate you and don't brake at all. Pretty risky since without really good control you're likely to crash on many of the sections - which is probably how he still managed to win with an insane time. All the other contestants would have been braking in high risk areas and then trying to pedal.
      But the thing is people don't realise how fast you will start going if you just let gravity do it and don't interfere at all. Try doing it on a high course with a medium-steep grade. People don't realise it because unless you're at all extreme angle the pedals feel faster than gravity. But the thing is gravity is acting on you non-stop, and can easily get you up to speeds you can't pedal to.

    • John Doe
      John Doe 2 months ago +2

      I think he's asking how he stayed in control so well with no pedals when he needed them to help with control

  • Houdini 115
    Houdini 115 3 months ago +3536

    It's incredibly harder to navigate a bike without pedals, he was basically gliding/free falling down that hill at max speed, without pedaling once, and no crashes, master piece

    • Idk Imjustcontent
      Idk Imjustcontent 3 months ago +60

      No pedaling allows you to focus on your maneuvers more and etc cause without pedaling you have one less thing to worry about

    • Li'l Pete's Workshop
      Li'l Pete's Workshop 3 months ago +79

      He had pedals, he had no chain. Two completely different things.

    • Nestor Guzman
      Nestor Guzman 3 months ago +31

      No chain, but he approached it as if he had no brakes.

    • Ritoban Maiti
      Ritoban Maiti 3 months ago +56

      ​@Li'l Pete's Workshophaving no chain is quite equivalent to having no pedals...because without chain, pedals are of no use...
      So yes...the bike does not have pedals technically

  • one d
    one d 2 months ago +5

    Just goes to show you what perfect technique can do It's not always about power He was picking the perfect line and executing absolutely amazing

  • TCG Finder
    TCG Finder Month ago

    This man became one with his bike... this is what it looks like to be at peace.

  • Chuggyybooii
    Chuggyybooii 3 months ago +4617

    This is what hard core adrenaline makes you achieve 🙌🏻👌🥇

    • Luxter
      Luxter 3 months ago +14

      Wdym...he literally rolled

    • ryo honda
      ryo honda 3 months ago +76

      @Luxter probably touched the brakes less than any other run he did because he couldn’t pedal

    • Ryan Geiter
      Ryan Geiter 3 months ago +49

      ​@luxter858 He rolled faster than anyone else did. No chain on his bike, he couldn't really use the brake because he couldn't make up lost time with pedaling. He had to rely on skill and focus. All that adrenaline can help you focus and like the other person said, achieve some truly incredible acts. Not a lot of people perform so well under that much pressure.

    • Pil Biru
      Pil Biru 3 months ago +1

      Idk about adrenaline do the pedaling 😅

  • Zombie Snax
    Zombie Snax 2 months ago

    The second worst wreck I ever had was when a chain broke after clearing a step up . This man is a beast !

  • 1980’VINZ
    1980’VINZ Month ago

    Absolute FLOW STATE. He was flying…
    That’s maybe one of the best feeling we can have, already experienced it few times in different situations, it’s such an ultimate feeling… LOVE THIS

  • pieman12345678987654
    pieman12345678987654 3 months ago +2756

    Not pedaling allowed him to focus even harder on his riding, he kept his speed perfectly because he knew he couldn't get it back. That and unweighting the suspension over the rough patches. Nicely done.

    • jamham69
      jamham69 3 months ago +79

      mostly goes to show theres a lot of improvement left to find in the sport.

    • Duy Van
      Duy Van 3 months ago +43

      @jamham69 yep, now take away the chain for all competitors

    • TheFilthyCasual2
      TheFilthyCasual2 3 months ago +28

      ​@jamham69spoken like a true speedrunner

    • Badrul Amin
      Badrul Amin 3 months ago +5

      Well tbf its a 50/50 chance , either you made it or losing control . In this case he made it

    • Trill Murray
      Trill Murray 3 months ago +1

      Pedaling really is the least efficient way to gain speed on a dh bike.

  • IrishCaesar
    IrishCaesar 2 months ago +2

    Completely in the zone. Completely in the moment, right on the edge. Thats flow state right there

    • Jan Tjarks
      Jan Tjarks Month ago

      The art of not forcing.
      ~The Flow

  • Shauryapratapsinh Barhat

    Mans went all in and it paid off! What a legend

  • Crayor
    Crayor 3 months ago +2406

    The Commentary makes it even better

    • Zsolt Nagy
      Zsolt Nagy 3 months ago +18

      Imagine a spanish commentator

    • Barney Adams
      Barney Adams 3 months ago +9

      You ever heard the Danny Hart run with the same commentators? Pure excitement!

    • SGT ToxiiCZz
      SGT ToxiiCZz 3 months ago +7

      ​@Barney Adams yeah, Danny Hart riding wet champery. Warner went mental. Such a memorable run. Thanks Warner.

    • Sky Bound
      Sky Bound 3 months ago +1

      Good ol' Rob Warner!

    • VAST
      VAST 3 months ago +3


  • Travis C
    Travis C Month ago

    I remember watching that. Just freaking nuts. I love moments like that. What a legend.

  • Universal_Wisdom
    Universal_Wisdom Month ago

    Everybody that witnessed this owes that Man a beer.

  • Mads N
    Mads N 3 months ago +1573

    Riding chainless is actually an insane experience. In some way it feels like you get much better response from your suspension. You have to try it to believe it.

    • Chase Blaisdell
      Chase Blaisdell 3 months ago +173

      You actually do get better response from your suspension, your chain puts constant pressure on your suspension lincage, push your rear suspension down and watch how much your pedals move, now think of the suspension trying to overcome that while compressing quickly with your weight on the pedals

    • Hayden Inch
      Hayden Inch 3 months ago +21

      @Chase Blaisdell I could tell my clutch was off today because of the feel of the suspension. turned it back on and it felt normal

    • S.K.H.
      S.K.H. 3 months ago +3

      There's no kickback... that's why.

    • Victoria Taylor
      Victoria Taylor 3 months ago +1

      ​@Chase Blaisdell 😅

    • Никита
      Никита 3 months ago +3

      it's obvious without trying. There's no chain in linkage's way to hold suspension back.

  • Sean Goulden
    Sean Goulden Month ago

    Dude was pumping at the right moments he needed too. Excellent

  • Bob Smith
    Bob Smith 3 months ago +360

    Sometimes the things that hold you back are the things you think you need.

    • Bariq H
      Bariq H 3 months ago +27

      That was deep but true 😅

    • Nidhish Shivashankar
      Nidhish Shivashankar 3 months ago +7

      Thanks I’m gonna cut my legs off and stop breathing now cause I always felt like the ground and the atmosphere may have been holding me back 🤔

    • themanhimself3
      themanhimself3 3 months ago +9

      @Nidhish Shivashankar Bro the secret is cutout water. It's been holding us back for so long.

    • Trav
      Trav 3 months ago +6

      @themanhimself3 I've been drinking iced coffee as a replacement and slowly it's going to replace the water content in my body and get rid of the need for sleep. /s

    • Daniel Mok
      Daniel Mok 3 months ago

      @Trav lmfao

  • Generical FishTycoon
    Generical FishTycoon 2 months ago

    A shining example of skill our species can be proud of. This one goes in the history books.

  • Edfiki86
    Edfiki86 2 months ago

    He was falling down a mountain with absolute style

  • Victor
    Victor 3 months ago +122

    The guy really took "It's not a bug, it's a feature" to a whole new level!

    OTIT MACH TV 16 days ago

    He was a free man without chains🔥🔥🔥

  • I'm WarHead
    I'm WarHead 2 months ago

    The highest paid MTB athlete of all time, the tubeless, chainless run king. The one and only, Aaron Gwin. The Gwinn Thing 🔥

  • Scott Bruckner
    Scott Bruckner 3 months ago +247

    This man has a center of balance that I could never match.
    Here's to him. 🍻

  • Tachyon Annihilator
    Tachyon Annihilator 2 months ago

    Fujiwara has a worthy opponent. Man saved as much speed as possible on those turns 👌

  • Stevie Gwhizz
    Stevie Gwhizz Month ago

    NO chain, NO brakes, NO FEAR, Awesome run!

  • Dylan Kiefer
    Dylan Kiefer 3 months ago +716

    One of the greatest downhill runs of all time!

    • Mark Harper
      Mark Harper 3 months ago

      You got that right cuz I was there

    • Ben Yarlett
      Ben Yarlett 3 months ago +3

      It's up there. But well beneath Danny Hart, Champery 2011.

    • Dylan Kiefer
      Dylan Kiefer 3 months ago

      @Ben Yarlett I would agree with Danny Hart's run being even more legendary, but between Hart, Sam Hill's '07 Champery run and this one, I can see arguments for all of them being the greatest of all time

    • Tom Scott mtb
      Tom Scott mtb 3 months ago

      I can agree

  • Eff Taroza
    Eff Taroza 2 months ago +1

    Im sure most people who've never ridden a mountain bike downhill at these kinds of speeds don't understand how crazy it is that he kept his balance with no chain!!! Your chain keeps some tension on your pedals and that helps with your balance, with no chain this run is insane!!!

  • Mr Unique
    Mr Unique 2 months ago

    He broke his chain , but his will was unbreakable .

  • grimmriffer
    grimmriffer 3 months ago +627

    There's a theory that, on some courses, the improved suspension performance with no chain makes up for the inability to pedal. You still have to ride up to that increased performance though, and he did.

    • Bacon Fish
      Bacon Fish 3 months ago +31

      and it massively helps if the chain breaks AFTER getting up to running speed, which is what happened here. If it had broke on the first push on the line we wouldn't be talking about it other than commiserations.

    • Ryan Hendricks
      Ryan Hendricks 3 months ago +3

      I know nothing of this topic. What benefit does a chain even provide here in the first place? Its all downhill and he seems to be going plenty fast so im struggling to understand why pedaling would help

    • grimmriffer
      grimmriffer 3 months ago +21

      @Ryan Hendricks they typically pedal off the start to get up to speed, and courses usually have some flatter sections, often including a long flatter run to the finish line.

    • Benjamin Blackball
      Benjamin Blackball 3 months ago +7

      Which is why it's hardly mountain biking, more like off-road slalom scooting.

    • Flawless
      Flawless 3 months ago +7

      @Benjamin Blackball my man you don’t know what you’re talking about

    JANGGOR TV 3 months ago +4

    Broke his chains so the beast goes on rampage🔥🔥🔥

  • Vance Wilson
    Vance Wilson 3 months ago

    Now that's knowing how to keep the speed moving in your favor.... And trusting your equipment

  • Hayden Evans
    Hayden Evans 3 months ago +234

    Dude started pumpin! Pump track practice paid off!

  • Woliver_Bikes
    Woliver_Bikes 3 months ago

    This is why Gwin is my inspiration.

  • Michael Angelo
    Michael Angelo 2 months ago

    Always make it happen....NEVER GIVE UP

  • Enaresbclimber
    Enaresbclimber 3 months ago +197

    This single run turned Aaron into an absolute Legend!

    • Aaron
      Aaron 3 months ago +2

      Iam 💪

    • David A Breaux
      David A Breaux 3 months ago

      They say bullshit and attitude go further than skill and hard-work
      Actually just made that up, I think it’s a combination of attitude, good luck, and timing.
      What helps to maintain it though is some near ability to follow up, and a truly humble personality ⚠️
      Everyone enjoys to see cocky bite it, but sad to see humble hit hard…
      I may be wrong, my internet connection is so slow I’ve been trying to get this short clip to load so I can see it now for days literally my cell provider is the worst ever, oh but cheap 🤣
      Peace off the chain dude
      Now do it without any brakes😳

  • JK
    JK 2 months ago +1

    I mean...that's one of the reasons to be proud to be an American

  • MB
    MB Month ago

    The best Mountain Cyclist with no chain ya ever heard.

  • Ʌᴛᴍᴏꜱ ɢʟɪᴛᴄʜ

    Freed from the chains holding him back his potential was unleashed for the world to see!

    BHAKT PARSHWANATH 2 months ago +3

    Great things are achieved in extraordinary conditions

  • JM
    JM 2 months ago

    He just proved a point in efficiency and method. This man is a game changer. Wonder if he’ll adopt this no pedalling method in future runs. Brilliant!

  • SGT ToxiiCZz
    SGT ToxiiCZz 3 months ago +55

    This run from Gwin, and the run from Danny Hart at a wet champery are hands down the most memorable runs of the sport.

  • Tristan Molina
    Tristan Molina Month ago

    Often the things we rely, hold us back from achieving greatness. Losing his Chain made him adapt quick and pressured him to taking risk he would’ve never taken with a chain. Well done

  • np
    np Month ago

    You know u have met the final boss when the opponent beats your time with a broken chain.

  • Eric Ong
    Eric Ong 3 months ago +25

    Next year, he's gonna do it on a push bike.

    • Bronwyn SoCal Gal
      Bronwyn SoCal Gal 3 months ago +1

      Push Bike??? No! On a pedal-less Uni-Cycle FTW!!!

    • MarkoPolo
      MarkoPolo 3 months ago

      Well, he won't. He is long retired. But he could for sure

    • Art Of Warren
      Art Of Warren 3 months ago

      @bronwyn SoCal Gal 😂😂😂 while juggling 🤹‍♀️ 🔥😂😂😂

    • Aaron O'Connor
      Aaron O'Connor 3 months ago

      ​@MarkoPolohe was still racing last year... wouldn't call that long retired

  • Dragos The Bamboocha

    When adrenaline tells you to hold its beer.

  • simster76
    simster76 Month ago

    Decided its all or nothing. My dude had to be 200% focused to not make a single mistake, to as not to slow down. He also has massive balls to keep going, knowing he has no brakes.

  • Shubham Juvatkar
    Shubham Juvatkar 3 months ago +62

    That slight loss of friction from chain once it's broken gives crazy speed.
    Really amazing how he controlled the bike on turns with pedaling

    • Benjamin -
      Benjamin - 2 months ago

      If you're freewheeling the chain has 0 friction anyway or not?

    • Shubham Juvatkar
      Shubham Juvatkar 2 months ago +1

      @Benjamin - I don't think so there will be zero friction while freewheeling with chain because it is connected to the front power gear and we hear the krrrrr sound due to it, which means it is holding the rear sprocket.
      When the chain out of equation, the sprocket moves freely with rear tire.
      Hence I said slight lose of friction or resistance will be the better word once chain is gone.

    • Fringe Wizard
      Fringe Wizard 2 months ago

      A little less weight might have helped him.

    • NZLKevin88
      NZLKevin88 2 months ago +1

      the plus side to no chain is better suspension .

    • JNASTY
      JNASTY 2 months ago

      you guys dont ride

  • Thomas Gum
    Thomas Gum Month ago

    Insane that he had the discipline to not touch the brake.

  • Jon Mop jovi
    Jon Mop jovi 2 months ago

    A real champion suffers a setback and refuses to let it stop them winning. Winners dont make excuses, they just find a way to win.

  • P S
    P S 3 months ago +8

    It accepted it and realized he had to lay off the brake's ! Sick

  • Andee Green
    Andee Green Month ago

    Still one of my most favourite runs of all time. Danny Hart in the mud & rain is also up there. Glory years of DH with Ratboy, Gwin, Bruni, Hart, Athertons, Chainsaw RIP, Minaar, etc etc. Claudio on commentary too. Loved his pre race reccie runs too.
    I had to stop riding all bikes a while ago and couldn’t bare to watch anything, but I think I actually do need to get back into it.

  • Lightning Shredder
    Lightning Shredder Month ago

    Absolute legend! Greatest US downhill rider of all times?

  • 댄디라이언
    댄디라이언 3 months ago +10

    Two wheel mountain soapbox race!

  • Marco Mario Belloni

    Bro woke up and decided to send it,.. legend.

  • Kevincraft
    Kevincraft 3 months ago

    "Pressure it changes everything some people you squeeze them, they focus others fold, can you summon your talent at will? Can you deliver on a deadline?” -Al pacino ‘Devils Advocate”

  • Cyberdyne Systems
    Cyberdyne Systems 3 months ago +7

    That year was insane. And that blown tire too

  • 城塚Chie
    城塚Chie 2 months ago

    Look, how beautiful an unchained beast is!

  • Highlander
    Highlander 2 months ago +1

    Legends say it was the brakes, not the chain...

  • deesol421
    deesol421 3 months ago +5

    Never give up, no matter the circumstances

    • Chad Fren
      Chad Fren 3 months ago

      you don't even need to pedal when riding downhill especially if there's no jumps

  • Noir Knight
    Noir Knight 3 months ago

    and thats why Derke Whitfield is the best bicyclist to ever live

  • Chris's Notion
    Chris's Notion 3 months ago

    Now that's what you call a full send

  • Sky Guy
    Sky Guy 3 months ago +5

    Pure speed man! Doesn't get much better than that.

  • Jonathan Arias
    Jonathan Arias Month ago

    A truly champion 🔥

  • Weic Lur
    Weic Lur 3 months ago

    Look at the air that guy caught on that last jump! Bravo!

  • Whips with Tim
    Whips with Tim 3 months ago +30

    Ohhh ya this thing was sick 😂😂
    Edit :26 like thanks thats my record

  • Zorah Amunn
    Zorah Amunn Month ago

    The absence of the chain enabled him to focus on keeping his body balanced and constantly shifting his body weight to keep himself streamlined on the slopes
    Regardless it's a completely different matter to actually accomplish it...and on live television for that matter
    One could also say that those were the necessary elements required to push this mans senses to the limit🤔
    Absolutely brilliant!!!🤞🔥💯💯💯

  • Lee Redpath
    Lee Redpath 3 months ago +30

    I guess the chain weighs a fair few grams 😂. Lighter n faster.
    On a serious note that was EPIC stuff. 🙏👌

    • BlackSnow 94
      BlackSnow 94 3 months ago +4

      Weight makes u faster downhill tho ;)

    • Screwfist
      Screwfist 3 months ago

      ​@BlackSnow 94 no it doesn't. Your body goes down-hill pretty fast the fatter you are but extra weight won't make you go faster.

    • Aaron White (sir sweetcorn)
      Aaron White (sir sweetcorn) 3 months ago

      ​@Screwfist it absolutely will the only time it wouldn't would be in a vacuum
      But I feel this would have more to do with the bike going straight instead of side to side when you pedal but could be wrong

    • Screwfist
      Screwfist 3 months ago +1

      @Aaron White (sir sweetcorn) education is so important, try it for your self sometime.

    IM RICK JAMES Month ago

    Chain broken, this man has nothing to lose and everything to gain !

  • Fenris Strange
    Fenris Strange Month ago +1

    When life hands you a lemon make lemonade.

  • RJ
    RJ 3 months ago +3

    I wonder how his meeting went with his chain sponsor after this race lol he doesn’t need them to win so he better get a raise! Lol

  • ac
    ac Month ago

    The adrenaline going through his body must've been insane!

  • Jab Lo
    Jab Lo 2 months ago

    if you on slopes that can make you go that fast, pedaling ain’t doin nothin anyway… AND THIS SHXT STILL FIRE! lol amazing

  • Zydecobro bro
    Zydecobro bro 3 months ago +3

    no chain no brakes

  • Cheng Saechao
    Cheng Saechao 23 days ago

    New trophy unlocked. Django Unchained.

  • Christopher Armstrong
    Christopher Armstrong 3 months ago +8

    I remember seeing this live. Epic!! 💯

  • James
    James 19 days ago

    The Dutch 'that is crazy' at the end just makes it better 😂

  • Casual Rider
    Casual Rider Month ago

    Chain realized that he's no longer needed at that point and set himself free

  • Ricky Woods
    Ricky Woods 3 months ago +8

    The need to start using high end emtb chains

  • Hinoki Weitzel
    Hinoki Weitzel Month ago

    Now imagine if he still had his chain he would be a beast

  • Automated
    Automated 3 months ago

    This was….. off, the chain.
    Waaaaaaaaaaaaaooooooooooohhhhhh 🎸

  • Chris Goblin
    Chris Goblin 2 months ago +7

    Gwin and Specialized were a real vibe. Remember watching this live. Rob Warner is the GOAT!

    • D Thomas
      D Thomas Month ago

      I wish I could have been there live!

    • Vince
      Vince 13 days ago +1

      Goat is frenchman Loic Super Bruni💪

  • Nathaniel Jones
    Nathaniel Jones Month ago

    Nothing to lose, and nothing but gravity to speed him up he tried his best to maintain momentum.

  • Luis Lopez
    Luis Lopez Month ago

    Never ever underestimate an American will never quit 🤘🏼🤘🏼

  • Philip Corpe
    Philip Corpe 3 months ago +7

    That was an epic ride

  • Sans
    Sans 2 months ago

    Man is accelerating with sheer willpower alone

  • Brick Ferales
    Brick Ferales 2 months ago

    Never forget watching this and being genuinely blown away at AG’s sheer skill to do what he did. But apparently not the first time he’s completed a race with a killer time without a chain…😮

  • jenna rasmus
    jenna rasmus 3 months ago +7

    It’s the best example of 2 things: there is no excuses, and you can ALWAYS ALWAYS be better, and you have more to give than you know

    • abcdf
      abcdf 3 months ago +3

      Math's not your strong suit, I guess

    • Pierre
      Pierre 3 months ago +2

      Looks like 3 things to me

    • thatonepet
      thatonepet 3 months ago

      I don’t think she knows how grammar works as well….

  • Humanity As Code
    Humanity As Code 2 months ago

    My man became a two wheeled soapbox derby car

  • painteater19
    painteater19 2 months ago

    Gwin is still an absolute savage

    ROBERT 3 months ago +3

    what a freaking talent!