• Back on top

    Back on top

    With the sixth event victory of his career, Cooper Davis moves into the world No. 1 position for the first time since winning the 2016 World Champion title and he plans to stay there.

  • 8 seconds at a time

    8 seconds at a time

    Dener Barbosa is 7-for-8 through the first two events of the 25th PBR: Unleash the Beast, and Barbosa believes he can finish the season with a 60-percent riding average.

  • Davis Wins in Chicago

    Davis Wins in Chicago

    2016 PBR World Champion Cooper Davis wins Chicago Invitational while Pearl Harbor takes the top bull honors in his debut event of the 2018 season.

  • Starting Hot

    Starting Hot

    Pearl Harbor made his 2018 season debut in Chicago by bucking off Derek Kolbaba in the championship round while Cooper Davis rides Catfish John for fourth consecutive time to earn the event win.

  • Davis and Vieira tie round 1

    Davis and Vieira tie round 1

    Cooper Davis and Joao Ricardo Vieira split the Round 1 win in Chicago after eighteen riders record qualified rides in front of the sellout crowd.

  • Durazo wins in Portland

    Durazo wins in Portland

    Edgar Durazo went 2-for-2 to win the Portland, Oregon, Real Time Pain Relief Velocity Tour event on Saturday night.

  • The Mental Game

    The Mental Game

    2015 PBR Brazil champion Luciano de Castro failed to live up to expectations in 2017, but he is confident that this season will be different after returning to the United States mentally stronger.

  • The Record Breaker

    The Record Breaker

    Three-time World Champion Silvano Alves set the PBR consecutive rides record (24) three seasons ago. It is a record that isn’t talked about a lot, and it is one that may be hard to see broken any time soon.

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