• Ready to move on

    Ready to move on

    Brock Radford is motivated to qualify for the 2018 PBR World Finals after losing out on the 2017 PBR Canada championship on the last day of the season. Radford is getting a start on 2018 by competing in Australia before the New Year.

  • Roy: 'I would rather break my back again'

    Roy: 'I would rather break my back again'

    Aaron Roy's broken right femur has coincided with such a painful recovery process that there are days he thinks he would have preferred to have broken his back again like he did at the 2013 Calgary Stampede.

  • Taking it one step at a time

    Taking it one step at a time

    Aaron Kleier made a surprising decision to skip the 2017 PBR World Finals, but the 19-year-old rising star in Australia says he wants to continue in his development before riding in the United States.

  • Watch the Global Cup

    Watch the Global Cup

    Relive the inaugural PBR Global Cup in its entirety as Team USA storms back on Championship Saturday to win the prestigious Global Cup trophy in Edmonton, Alberta.

  • Velocity Tour announces schedule for first half of 2018

    Velocity Tour announces schedule for first half of 2018

    The Real Time Pain Relief Velocity Tour will have 20 events in 15 states to highlight the first half of 2018.

  • Velocity Event Winners

    Velocity Event Winners

    Lonnie West went 3-for-4 in New Town, North Dakota while Garret Lange took the victory in Bakersfield, California in two separate Real Time Pain Relief Velocity Tour events over the weekend.

  • BREAKING: Long-time veteran returning

    BREAKING: Long-time veteran returning

    38-year-old and former PBR stalwart Valdiron de Oliveira is returning to competition after retiring from the sport of professional bull riding in 2016.

  • Kleier's Crown

    Kleier's Crown

    19-year-old Aaron Kleier continued his dominant start to the 2018 season by winning PBR Australia's Iron Cowboy event in Townsville, Australia.

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