September was full of world firsts, precision flying, and charging mountain bike riders. Take a look at our pick-of-the-month best moments. Enjoy!

A world first

Poland’s Dawid Godziek landed the world's first quadruple tailwhip at the Audi Nines jam in Germany. This invite-only media event attracted some of the world’s top mountain bike riders and gives them a week to land their best runs.

Insane line

French mountain bike rider Kilian Bron drops an insane line in Farwell Canyon, British Columbia, Canada.

Swoop Freestyle champion

For the first time, the Swoop Freestyle FAI World Championships took place in two cities. Colombian Pablo Hernández seized the crown in this high-adrenalin sport, where athletes jump out of a helicopter at 1500 metres and execute technical freestyle moves before landing on a floating platform.

Mountain madness in the Alps

Precision flying by Italian Alberto Tagliati in the Swiss Alps. Making a mistake is not an option!

Huge skateboarding drop

American skateboarder Kader Sylla makes a huge drop of 15ft on the infamous Pyramid to take victory at the Dime Glory Challenge 2018, Montreal.

World’s toughest downhill mountain race

The toughest downhill mountain bike race in the world? Course preview from Gee Atherton before he took the Red Bull Hardline 2018 title. A course that has it all – both technical and huge jumps – located in the heart of Wales.   

Don’t miss out on any of the action – see how you can watch it live on EDGEsport here.