Some things in life are pretty certain. “Hitting a deer on a skateboard will lead to serious injury” is one of them – yet somehow longboarder @clarkpatrick managed to prove that wrong. While bombing a hill the other day, a rogue deer decided to practice its black belt karate moves. It lost the bout.
Well actually, it sounds like the deer was fine and got up and ran away after the incident. Luckily, Clark managed to stay on his board despite some of the scariest speed wobbles ever recorded on camera.
As rent skyrockets in most ski towns, and the trend of mobile tiny homes continues to proliferate, more and more disgruntled ski bums are flocking to motor vehicles as their primary living quarters. The draw of the open road, chasing pow, and cheap living is one that lures these Kerouac spirits to the asphalt rivers of the United States. With so many different motor options out there for the would-be vagabond, we at TGR put a list together to say what your car camping vehicle says about
Climbing isn’t usually a competitive sport, but there are times when it certainly can be. Chasing speed records on long hard routes has always caught the attention of climbers looking to prove themselves, and that has reached across climbs like El Cap’s the Nose, to Everest, and all the way to short classics like the Naked Edge just outside Boulder, Colorado. That particular climb, a six-pitch 5.11b is considered one of the most classic climbs in the country, and has seen numerous speed
The alpine climbing dream team of Alex Honnold and Tommy Caldwell are at it again. With international travel shut down, they’ve been forced to focus on objectives a little closer to home, so it’s no surprise they’ve managed to put together a linkup right in Caldwell’s backyard of Estes Park, Colorado. Rocky Mountain National Park is home to some of the finest alpine rock routes in the country, and the duo climbed just about all of them in one push. They called it the Continental Divide