Mountain Biking

23 Photos That Prove Mountain Biking is the Most Boring Sport Ever

It's time to accept it... mountain biking is just not photogenic

1) Mountain biking is not photogenic…


Photo: Josh Glazebrook


2) …and we don’t understand why anyone would think otherwise


Photo: Bartek Wolinski

3) The scenery is just non-existent


Photo: Uros Svigelj

4) There are no good views


Photo: Stephane Candé


5) No chances to look good on the bike


Photo: Tristan Kennedy

6) No chance for the bike to look good at all


Photo: Tristan Kennedy

7) No chance for a good photo



8) …because all the riding is too samey


Photo: Camilo Rozo


9) You’ll never see a good sunset


10) And it’s pretty much just covering yourself in mud, isn’t it?


Photo: Cal Jelley


11) It’s impossible to look cool


Photo: Dean Treml


12) Bike parks are way too busy


Photo: Uros Svigelj

13) There’s never anything nice en route to the trails…



14) …and when you get there?



15) It’s too green


Photo: Tristan Kennedy

16) Far, far too green


Photo: Uros Svigelj


17) And when it gets dark, there’s nothing to be done



18) You have to be a pro with a badass camera to get any kind of cool shot


19) And even pro shots aren’t all that rad…


Photo: Laurence Crossman-Emms


20) So, rather than taking “scenic bike shots”…



21) …Maybe you should go take pictures of mojitos in jam jars and put them on Instagram like everyone else


Photo: Uros Svigelj

22) Or just stick to your strange games


Photo: Bård Basberg


23) …because, yeah, you’re an odd bunch


Photo: Sven Martin

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