If there’s anything we’ve learned from the last week, it’s that the outdoor industry—TGR included—could do a better job supporting the black, indigenous, and people of color in our community. Taking the steps to do so, however, isn’t straightforward, and just simply sharing a black square on your feed doesn’t cut it. Thankfully, artist and outdoor justice advocate Brooklyn Bell sat down with Kim Harris of Distinctive Voices Consulting for an informative talk about allyship.
Harris is a professional diversity, equity, bias-awareness, and inclusiveness trainer and consultant from Northwest Washington, and was happy to discuss with Bell about what it means to be an Ally. It’s an insightful conversation that explores privilege, identity, and solidarity.
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
This year, we've really embraced our love for mountain biking like never before. We're not sure if it's all the dreamy trails here in the Tetons, some new downhill runs at JHMR, or the fact that we released our latest bike film, but it's been epic. Because we want to relive these parts of 2020, (but just these parts), here are our top five most viewed, and favorite stories from this year. Between a couple gnarly crashes, sicks runs, and brilliant commercials, the bike scene this year really
Every year here at TGR we are proud to present our annual collection of snow safety resources in the form of Safety Week. This year our focus on safety comes with special importance due to the massive growth of backcountry users and an incredibly unstable snowpack across much of the west. With the challenges we all faced in 2020, we must say it’s pretty amazing to see how many of us have embraced the wonder of the mountains, but that brings a special new set of challenges for everyone, both