We’ve heard our fair share of sufferfests, but fat biking across the remote interior of Iceland on ice and snow really takes things to another level. Earlier this month Rebecca Rusch, Chris Burkard, and Gus Morton left on an expedition to cross the country via a new north to south route. Even though much of the Northern hemisphere was transitioning to spring, Iceland was still very much in winter with -23 degree Celsius temperatures and 60mph winds in the forecast. Sounds balmy. Despite the bitter cold, the trio made it to the finish line. They recently sat down with ROAM to reflect on the highs and lows of the adventure, and it’s worth a listen.
Red Bull Raid is the only freeride event in the United States that blends uphill ski mastery with big-mountain shredding. Red Bull Content Pool Photo. In the last few years, we’ve seen the idea of “FreeMo” gain traction in the snowsports community. Essentially it’s a blend of ski mountaineering and freeride shredding that’s become more and more fun thanks to advancements in our gear. This year especially, ski and splitboarding touring setups sold faster than PS5s, and with web series
We couldn't pick just our top 10 so we made it 15. Well, you guys did. Here are 5 more of your favorite posts from TGR this year, carousel style! Hop on! 1. Josh Gold absolutely sent it in the backcountry near Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. You want angles? We got 'em. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Teton Gravity Research (@tetongravity) 2. You all went wild for International Dog Day. Look at all these good pups we found! View this post