8. Stefan Bradl

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As far as style points go, Stefan Bradl and his 540-degree dismount wins top honors. What a strange crash; first the front tire starts to fold as he’s backing it in, then the rear tire slides over the painted curb, catches, then throws the German into a pirouette any ballerina would be proud of. Then he flies quite a distance, giving him enough time to think, “WTF?!” in mid air.

  • Alexander Pityuk

    Synchronized highsides and slow-mo are the best imo.