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‘Any One Of Us’ : Paul Basagoitia’s Journey With a Spinal Cord Injury

Professional mountain biker Paul Basagoitia was living every rider’s dream. He was riding, filming and competing at the highest level until suddenly everything came careening to a halt. A spinal cord injury (SCI) at Red Bull Rampage would leave Basagoitia paralyzed from the waist down, forever changing his life.

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With hopes of walking again, he’d begin a long and arduous journey of recovery. The film Any One Of Us follows his story through raw and intense documentation—filmed at times by Basagoitia himself. Basagoitia has fought hard to build a new life for himself, a topic which is explored alongside other SCI survivors in the new feature-length documentary that will be released this fall. If you want to catch it before then, it'll be touring with Newport Beach Film Festival, Bentonville Film Festival, Telluride Mountain Film Festival, and the Greenwich International Film Festival.

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Digging for Answers - Integrating Universal Trail Design in Jackson Hole
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Digging for Answers - Integrating Universal Trail Design in Jackson Hole

Digging for Answers - Integrating Universal Trail Design in Jackson Hole

These days it seems that new ground is being broken every day in the field of adaptive sports. In preparation for mountain biking season here at Jackson Hole, mountain design manager Ranyon Darge has teamed up with Teton Adaptive Sports to make the mountain more inclusive and fun for everyone in the Teton community. In support of organizations like Teton Adaptive that are pushing to make universal trail design more prevalent, Ranyon’s team designed the Deepest Darkest trail to be universally

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​VIDEO: Jesse Melamed’s Winning Run POV From EWS Petzen-Jamnica
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​VIDEO: Jesse Melamed’s Winning Run POV From EWS Petzen-Jamnica

​VIDEO: Jesse Melamed’s Winning Run POV From EWS Petzen-Jamnica

Well, you know what Jesse Melamed standing on top of another podium means? Listening to the man breathe heavily for 10 minutes while he bombs down a mountain side in some faraway place. Melamed is truly a master of the sport, and watching him rip never gets old. This time, he dominated the second stop of the 2022 Enduro World Series in Petzen Jamnica, Slovenia – a course filled with an unbelievable amount of rocks and gnarly, loose corners. It’s almost like riding at home in the Tetons in

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Light Player - A Biker’s Daydream
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Light Player - A Biker’s Daydream

Light Player - A Biker’s Daydream

Sometimes we need a reminder that when it feels like the walls are closing in, we can always get on our bikes and ride. Whether it’s through your hometown, down your favorite trail, or off the beaten path, riding provides us with a brief escape from reality in which we can enjoy the beauty of living in the moment. Join Yannis Pelé in a daydream as he styles over rock, snow and dirt, cruises through underground tunnel ways and gets struck by lightning in this crazy edit.