• The Boys Are Back in Town

    The Boys Are Back in Town

    North Carolina riders J.B. Mauney and Shane Proctor both spent time shaking off injuries this past week, but the pair will be ready ride in their home state this weekend.

  • The Healing Touch

    The Healing Touch

    Ryan Dirteater knows what it's like dealing with a major injury. Now ranked seventh in the world and in the middle of a career year, he credits staying healthy to his current World Championship run.

  • Finals Watch: Kolbaba looking to recharge

    Finals Watch: Kolbaba looking to recharge

    Derek Kolbaba may have started the second half of the BFTS season in a slump, but the young rookie feels a week home and a possible win in Pendleton, Oregon, will work wonders in his march toward the BlueDEF Finals and Built Ford Tough World Finals in Las Vegas.

  • Springfield: In their words

    Springfield: In their words

    Springfield featured another switch at the top of the world standings, another win from a PBR veteran and some tough news for some World Champion contenders. Relive those major story lines from last weekend through their own words.

  • BREAKING: Davis scheduled for surgery

    BREAKING: Davis scheduled for surgery

    Cooper Davis will undergo surgery Wednesday to repair a broken right clavicle he discovered after Round 1 in Springfield. He's expected to miss a few weeks.

  • The 2017 season will buck off at Madison Square Garden

    The 2017 season will buck off at Madison Square Garden

    The 2017 BFTS season will begin at the most famous arena in the world, Madison Square Garden, as the PBR's best begin their journey to Las Vegas and a million dollar dream.

  • The BFTS arrives in Charlotte

    The BFTS arrives in Charlotte

    Charlotte's Time Warner Cable Arena will host the Charlotte Invitational as the PBR's best look to pick up critical world standing's points with six events left until Las Vegas and the Built Ford Tough World Finals.

  • Lee continues hot streak in Springfield

    Lee continues hot streak in Springfield

    Mike Lee has been making moves in the last two weeks, and even though he didn't win in Springfield, he has continued to make a second half push.

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