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New Video Series Celebrates Devoted Local Bike Communities

Teton Gravity Research partners with Freehub Magazine to Produce Next Exit

JACKSON, Wyo. (July 20, 2016) Teton Gravity Research (TGR), the global leader in youth-culture media, is pleased to announce Next Exit, a new video series celebrating devoted local bike communities by documenting the people that make these places special. Next Exit is a joint production of TGR and the acclaimed, community-driven mountain-bike journal, Freehub Magazine.

The series offers a POV into the country’s most passionate mountain-bike communities, showcasing not only the amazing local riding, but also the unique characters that populate and power these destinations. Next Exit’s content also includes the work of photographer Paris Gore, associated print features in Freehub’s 2016-17 issues, and cross-channel digital content on both TGR and Freehub websites.

“Community is the foundation upon which mountain biking rests, and is the driving factor in its progression. The Next Exit series is dedicated to sharing the stories of those communities and the people expanding the sport’s boundaries,” says Founder and Publisher of Freehub Magazine, Brandon Watts.

Watch episode one, Next Exit: Sun Valley, on TetonGravity.com and Freehubmag.com. New episodes will drop throughout summer and fall.

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About Teton Gravity Research
TGR is the leading brand in adventure, action-sports, and youth-culture media. TGR’s world-class storytelling has captivated audiences for more than 20 years. With a global, multi-channel footprint, a thriving millennial audience, award-winning multimedia film projects, a rapidly growing experiential platform, and unprecedented viral content, Teton Gravity Research is one of the fastest growing media brands on the planet. TGR is a proud member of IMBA, 1% For The Planet, BICEP, Surfrider Foundation and Protect Our Winters. For more information on TGR, visit TetonGravity.com.

About Freehub
At Freehub Magazine we are storytellers, riders, builders and advocates for all things bike, and we strive to bring mountain-bike culture to the masses through our magazine and website. People are what drive our sport, and their stories are what motivate us to celebrate and document the foundations upon which it was built. Our one-of-a-kind product connects with the entire spectrum of bike genres and disciplines, from the Lycra-clad to the shuttle-savvy. Freehubmag.com

Media Contacts
Corbin Clement
Backbone Media
corbin.clement@backbonemedia.net
(970) 963-4873 ext.126

Sam Bass
Backbone Media
sam.bass@backbonemedia.net
(970) 963-4873 ext.137

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