Jared Graves has had a hell of a year. After being diagnosed with a brain tumor in September of 2018, he announced he was cancer-free last summer. Focusing on his recovery and return to racing, Graves was determined to hit the ground running. Just yesterday, we got wind that he re-signed with his old supporters Yeti Cycles. Graves is a fixture on the pro enduro scene, and has dominated all kinds of two-wheeled racing including downhill, 4X and BMX disciplines. He will represent the brand as a Yeti Ambassador and plans to compete in the EWS and other races throughout the season, as well as directly contributing to product development. Will we see some new bikes from the Colorado-based brand this year?
Yeti also recently signed freerider Reed Boggs, who is rocking a special dual-crown version of the SB165. Boggs recently won the Marzocchi Proving Grounds and competed in Red Bull Rampage.
Max Fierek tested positive for Lyme disease when he was nine years old, since then he has fought fatigue, lung capacity, muscle fatigue, short term memory loss and mood swings. For Max, living with Lyme disease for half his life has taught him empathy for others and to cherish his time outside in nature which helps him stay positive and fight for his love of mountain biking. Lyme disease is a tick-borne illness caused by the bacterium Borrelia Burgdorferi. If Lyme disease isn’t treated
This year, director and excellent human Jeremy Grant worked with TGR to bring you The film chronicles how some of your favorite riders made their way onto a bike. Old film flashbacks show athletes like Hannah Bergemann and the McCaul brothers in their early days figuring out what was possible on two wheels. A story of connection, innovation, freedom, and at some points loss, has viewers on the edge of their seats, hugging their own trail dogs, and even in tears. Follow these athletes from
Over the last couple years, bike parks have been popping up all over the United States. In May of 2019, Loon Mountain Resort, one of the most premier and well known resorts in New England, decided to join the movement. The New Hampshire resort broke ground on a multi-phase plan to build a network of over 15 miles of downhill mountain biking trails at their location in The White Mountain National Forest. Having just finished up their second season of operations, the public was blown away by