We knew it would happen. The past decade has been incredible for mountain biking videos, so when we published our Top 50 Edits of the Decade list there were always going to be some bangers that we couldn't include. Here are 10 of the best that we missed in our original lineup.
1. Brandon Semenuk & R-Dog - 'Parallel'
Brandon Semenuk and Ryan Howard push the limits in this edit from earlier this year. With insane tricks and a perfect mix of synchronization and spontaneity, this is a stand out edit from some of the sports best riders.
2. The Dudes of Hazzard - The Fellowship of the Party Rings
The 'Dudes of Hazzard' have produced some great memorable edits of the past ten years but their adventure in 'The Fellowship of the Party Rings' is full of hilarious moments and even better riding.
3. Connor Fearon - In the Know
Nearly three minutes of flat out riding from the Australian World Cup racer that oozes speed and style.
4. R-Dog - 3 Bikes, 3 Minutes
Not many riders can fit this much style in a three-minute edit and let alone achieve this on three different bikes.
5. Brett Rheeder - Shadow of the Sun
Brett Rheeder catches the last moments of sunlight for his 2017 edit 'Shadow of the Sun'.
6. Casey Brown - This is Home
Casey Brown explores her home of Revelstoke, British Columbia in her amazing edit for the Shimano 'This is Home' series.
7. Mitch Ropelato - Steps to the Top
See through the eyes of Mitch Ropelato as he shows you what it is like competing at Crankworx Whistler.
8. Reece Potter Rides Skyline
Reece Potter takes on the Skyline bike park as he smashes turns and sends some huge gaps on his downhill bike.
9. Remi Gauvin - Flow Down, Speed Up
EWS racer Remi Gauvin shows off his prowess on the bike as he for a wet fall time ride in Squamish.
10. Chris Kovarik - Summer of Summit - The Dirt Chronicles Ep. 4 - The Karver
The legend that is Chris Kovarik goes warp speed as he carves turns in the Whistler Bike Park for this classic 2012 edit.
Honourable Mention: Strahan Loken Goes Fishing
This Rocky Mountain / Race Face collaboration technically came out more than a decade ago, but it was too good not to include. One of our favourites ever.