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 promptly or effectively symptoms can last weeks, months or even years after the tick bite.
For more information about how to prevent and treat Lyme disease, please visit www.Lymedisease.org
Let's be real, 2020 has been a doozy. However, thankfully there's been no shortage of awesome-ness from you all - so we've put together a little round-up of our most liked Instagram posts this year. Check out the photos you liked the most from 2020 below! 1. This year, you guys loved the finer things in life: Like art: View this post on Instagram A post shared by Teton Gravity Research (@tetongravity) 2. Huuuuge road gaps: View this post on
In any given year, the roster of TGR films wouldn't be complete without the ones we work on with other companies. This year was no exception with our partners producing and releasing some true masterpieces. comes to us from Torin Yater-Wallace and Jossi Wells as the pair's first big backcountry film. tells the story of Amie Engerbretson making her own rodeo queen dreams come true, in an unconventional way. follows a crew as they complete the Patrouille des Glaciers ski mountaineering race
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