VICE met with two black bull riders in Texas—an accomplished pro, and a young, up-and-coming rider—to find out what it’s like to be a person of color competing in a predominantly white sport.
A supportive family copes with their 16-year-old's dream of becoming a world champion bull rider on this episode of 'The VICE Guide to Right Now Podcast.'
At age 16, third-generation bull rider Bo Tyler Vocu is dominating one of the world's most dangerous sports.
No bull rider ever reached the eight-second mark on old Mick E. Mouse, who was euthanized earlier this month after tests revealed a lesion on his back.
We just got back from hanging out with a bunch of Navajo cowboy folks from Triple B Association.
Over the course of a week, we tailed several of the Association’s best and up-and-coming riders from across New Mexico, Arizona, Utah, and Colorado.
Competing in rodeos, hanging on the rez, and trying to make ends meet in some of the most impoverished parts of the country.
Professional bull-riding is the most intense and most intensely American sport we've ever been blown away by.