The spine doctor is at it again! We can’t get enough of these POV clips from Travis Rice. Who could forget his iconic King Kong Line earlier this winter? Travis is always looking at the mountain with a unique, refreshing perspective. He sets out to ride “the unrideable.” For most, this particular line would require some serious survival riding, but not for TRice. He even tosses in a shifty on the way down, nailing the line with style and ease. Check it out for yourself!
View this post on Instagram @altaskiarea is for scoochin’ !! This is getting down to the crux!! So hyped for this one!! Ciochetti’s ribbon on the Devils Castle at Alta has been on my hit list forever! Thanks to @wildwildwasatch for coming along and for the belays!!! I was worried I wouldn’t find a partner at first. @croshanemedia said he would go if absolutely no one else would haha I could tell he was pretty pumped that @wildwildwasatch said yes! Cro was just as hyped to
View this post on Instagram Junuary powder epicness this morning at Targhee❄️ Forget mountain biking, it’s June 9, so it’s time to ride pow-@soulpowderguide #junuary #grandtarghee #powderalert #powderchasers A post shared by @ powderchasers on Jun 9, 2019 at 10:17am PDT After months of writing stories on the late-season storms which have been slamming Colorado, we're happy to report that the Tetons are yet again the best place to score powder in the Mountain West.
Every freeride competition seems to start a little like this: 3-2-1—dropping! Not Red Bull Raid. Instead, things go a bit more like 3-2-1—start skinning. Before competitors can even think about hitting cliffs or stomping tricks on their line, they have to first reach it. Finding the blend between endurance racing and big mountain riding, Red Bull Raid is a unique human-powered approach to traditional freeriding events. It’s the same old gnarly skiing and snowboarding, just with a bit