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Behind the Scenes: Dropping Into Corbet’s on Mountain Bikes

So you've seen that mountain bikers Cam McCaul and Casey Brown dropped into Jackson Hole’s Corbet’s Couloir, but what went into pulling off such an unthinkable stunt? In a nutshell, a ton of hard work by the crew that included rigging a gyro-stabilized camera to the JHMR tram, salting the slushy spring snow to make it rideable, and finally Cam and Casey surviving some insanely violent crashes out the bottom.

Check out TGR’s behind the scenes view of what went into making this unforgettable segment of Rogue Elements.

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