• Captain America

    Captain America

    Justin McBride will take the helm of Team USA at the inaugural PBR Global Cup Nov. 9-11 in Edmonton, Alberta. The two-time World Champion, and all-time leader in BFTS event victories, will serve as a strong mentor for the young U.S. roster.

  • Vieira wins Music City Knockout; Pacheco takes world lead

    Vieira wins Music City Knockout; Pacheco takes world lead

    Fabiano Vieira survived and advanced all the way to the title at the Built Ford Tough Music City Knockout, presented by Cooper Tires, Saturday night in Nashville. Kaique Pacheco moved into the world standings lead after winning the Ride Score Championship.

  • Back at the Top

    Back at the Top

    Kaique Pacheco pushed through injury in Nashville to claim the No. 1 spot in the world standings for the first time since last season's World Finals. Meanwhile, the third time was the charm for Fabiano Vieira and Pearl Harbor was dominant again.

  • PBR Global Cup Coaches Revealed

    PBR Global Cup Coaches Revealed

    The PBR has announced the five legends that will lead the five bull riding nations competing at this year's inaugural PBR Global Cup in Edmonton, Alberta, Nov. 9-11.

  • The Gauntlet

    The Gauntlet

    The Second Chance Bracket of the Built Ford Tough Music City Knockout, presented by Cooper Tires, will be a true gauntlet that riders must brave. Ryan Dirteater, who wants to make a second half push, knows his season can turn around if he can survive.

  • Kolbaba and Lockwood advance in Night One of Music City Knockout

    Kolbaba and Lockwood advance in Night One of Music City Knockout

    Derek Kolbaba, Jess Lockwood and 10 other riders powered through to advanced in night one of the Built Ford Tough Music City Knockout, presented by Cooper Tires, Friday night in Nashville.

  • Split-Second Difference

    Split-Second Difference

    Eduardo Aparecido used a split-second of luck to advance in night one of the Built Ford Tough Music City Knockout, presented by Cooper Tires. Meanwhile, Derek Kolbaba and Jess Lockwood impressed while Luciano de Castro recorded two potentially crucial rides.

  • The Turning Point

    The Turning Point

    Cooper Davis' win in Nashville last year pushed him toward the 2016 World Championship. Now he returns looking to defend his title, and make a big jump in this year's World Championship race.

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