• Real Time Pain Relief Velocity Tour announces schedule for first half of 2018

    Real Time Pain Relief 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.

  • Two different riders win RVT events over the weekend.

    Two different riders win RVT events over the weekend.

    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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Eyes on the prize

    Eyes on the prize

    Looking back at last season Derek Kolbaba admits there were many missed opportunities to earn the golden buckle, but he won't let the past distract him from pursuing the 2018 World Champion title.

  • Ready for more

    Ready for more

    Lachlan Richardson didn’t gain any new physical talents in Edmonton, Alberta, but the six-time PBR World Finals qualifier agreed that three-time World Champion Adriano Moraes was an influential presence at the Global Cup.

  • Pearl Harbor rebounds; Berger still dreams for world title

    Pearl Harbor rebounds; Berger still dreams for world title

    Pearl Harbor rebounded with a strong performance at the inaugural PBR Global Cup, but reigning Stock Contractor of the Year Chad Berger is still disappointed in not winning a World Championship.

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