Bernard Kerr's top video moments
Our MBUK 346 cover star is one of the most stylish riders out there
Since exploding onto the race scene in his mid-teens, Bernard Kerr has become one of the UK's most stylish riders and hottest talents. We caught up with him at home in the Surrey Hills to find out all about his background in bikes, what motivates him and his attitude towards racing.
You can read our full cover feature in issue 346 of MBUK, out now. In the meantime, we've trawled the internet to find our favourite five videos of Bernard, which are all oozing with his customary steeze!
Bernard's full NZ edit
If dreaming about living the dream is your thing, this video will give you some serious life goals to work towards. With amazing scenery, incredible riding and a dream soundtrack, Bernard's most recent video from New Zealand is an absolute banger.
The big crash at Crankworx Les Gets
On a flying run down the Air DH track on Mont Chery, you'd have thought Bernard would have been at ease in the air. Unfortunately, a momentary lapse of concentration resulted in a massive off and he's still recovering from a serious shoulder injury.
Bernard's version of Stoppie Sunday
If doing stoppies is your thing, then take note – Bernard is the stoppie master. The 50to01 crew may love back wheel, but Bernard loves front wheel!
Can't stop spinning!
Fidget spinners were a thing recently (are they still a thing?) and Bernard loves to cash in on an opportunity! Combining amazing skills on the bike with pretty impressive spinning skills, Bernard's not shy when it comes to impressing the kids...
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Full run of the Dream Track
Riding with a GoPro on a backward-facing boom, this impressive run down NZ's biggest jump track is nothing short of inspiring.
If you're looking to find out more about Bernard, then grab a copy of MBUK issue 346, on sale now!
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Alex Evans is BikeRadar's mountain bike technical editor. He started racing downhill at the tender age of 11 before going on to compete across Europe. Alex moved to Morzine in the French Alps at 19 to pursue a career as a bike bum and clocked up an enormous amount of riding. Riding those famous tracks day in, day out for eight years, he broke more bikes than he can remember. Alex then moved back to the UK and put his vast knowledge of mountain biking to good use by landing a job working for MBUK magazine as features editor. Since working for MBUK, Alex's focus has moved to bike tech. He's one of BikeRadar's lead testers, knows how to push bikes and products to the limit, and wants to search out the equipment that represents the best value for money. Alex is also a regular on the BikeRadar Youtube channel and BikeRadar podcast.