Oh man, this guy was riding on the edge of the disaster through these whoops at the Windrock Pro GRT. How he managed to pull through and avert a crisis is beyond me. I guess as long as you cross the finish line unscathed it counts right?
But if you’re curious about the proper technique for conquering this set of whoops, Mitch Ropelato knows how to get it done.
The Northeast might not come first to mind when exploring backcountry skiing or snowboarding. There’s no arguing the incredible terrain that spans from Colorado to Washington, countless destinations scattered throughout. Still, there’s something to be said for the Northeast, the unique terrain, and the mentality of the true-grit natives who stay committed through rollercoaster weather patterns. It might not be on your radar, but backcountry skiing and riding in the region, especially
This looks like the classic example of a sniper root, which will send you flying over the handlebars. It’s an obstacle so hidden and cunning that when it strikes you won’t even realize what’s happened until you're coughing up dirt. Thankfully it looks Finn Iles' pal walked away from the crash unscathed. Be alert out there! RELATED: Tom Van Steenbergen and Ethan Nell Show Off Freeriding at its Best
Enduro racing is no easy business. By the time you reach the finish line, you’re exhausted, sweaty and hot. NZEnduro decided to help cool racers down with this river crossing feature. Turns out riding through a creek is a bit different than dirt, which a few racers learned the hard way. RELATED: Triple Nose Bonk Saves The Day Before you scream foul play, it’s worth nothing that the riders could inspect the stream and pre-ride if they so desired. Also, not everyone exploded—just look at