• BREAKING: Kimzey to ride at Velocity Tour Finals

    BREAKING: Kimzey to ride at Velocity Tour Finals

    Three-time PRCA champion Sage Kimzey has accepted an invitation to compete at the Real Time Pain Relief Velocity Tour Finals this weekend in Las Vegas. A top-two finish will seal Kimzey a trip to the PBR World Finals on Nov. 1-5.

  • Passion & Talent

    Passion & Talent

    2008 World Champion Guilherme Marchi may have shown in San Jose, California, that he is warming up for a strong performance at the upcoming PBR World Finals and PBR Global Cup.

  • Kolbaba shakes up world standings

    Kolbaba shakes up world standings

    Built Ford Tough Series heads into Las Vegas Nov. 1-5 amid one of the tightest championship points races in PBR history.

  • World Finals Watch: Richardson comes up with clutch ride

    World Finals Watch: Richardson comes up with clutch ride

    Lachlan Richardson's Round 2 victory at the Cooper Tires Take The Money and Ride, presented by Wrangler, may be just enough to push him to a sixth-consecutive PBR World Finals.

  • Caminhas wins Tucson Velocity Tour event

    Caminhas wins Tucson Velocity Tour event

    2002 World Champion Ednei Caminhas went 3-for-3 to win the Real Time Pain Relief Velocity Tour Ak-Chin Tucson Clash this weekend in Tucson, Arizona.

  • Lambert wins 2017 PBR Canada championship

    Lambert wins 2017 PBR Canada championship

    Zane Lambert overcame a 500-point deficit to win the 2017 PBR Canada championship, while also tying with Edgar Durazo for the 2017 PBR Canada Finals event victory, Saturday night in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

  • Kolbaba rides to the top in San Jose

    Kolbaba rides to the top in San Jose

    Derek Kolbaba helped his pursuit of the 2017 World Championship by winning Round 1 of the Cooper Tire’s Take The Money Ride, presented by Wrangler, on Saturday night in San Jose, Calif.

  • No surprises

    No surprises

    PRCA champions J.W. Harris and Shane Proctor aren’t surprised to see reigning PBR World Champion Cooper Davis grow into a superstar in less than three years.

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