You know it’s finally mountain bike season when the snow melts enough in the mountains to start celebrating the myriad of bike festivals each year brings us. As the first stop of the Crankworx party train, the bike park at Les Gets, France is currently going off. With the usual lineup of races, freestyle contests, and parties taking up everyone’s schedule, Canadian legend Brett Tippie squeezed in some time to meet some of his riding buddies and take some party laps down one of the many jump trails the area has to offer.
As the Whistler bike park opened on May 18th, the crowds came, they saw, and they shredded. No trail was left untouched as riders quelled their excitement for slinging dirt. A-line—the bike park’s most infamous trail—was naturally high on everyone’s list. RELATED: Testing 17 of This Year's Best Enduro and Trail Bikes Sculpted meticulously, these jumps and berms are designed with one intention in mind: Perfect flow. If you weren't one of lucky few to participate in the fun, don't fret. Daily
Technically this edit is a marketing ploy for Nukeproof’s new technical ride collection—but it doesn’t quite feel like a promotion. RELATED: We just tested the best 16 bikes of 2018 With the entire edit focused on rider Jackson Davis absolutely shredding the diverse trails found out in Queenstown, New Zealand, you quickly forget that this is really meant to be about clothes. Not a problem, looks like Nukeproof has got its priorities in the right place.
This weekend marks the 40th annual Telluride Mountainfilm Festival, a collection of groundbreaking films from mountain communities the world over. Since 1979, the festival has explored the power of film in inspiring adventure and change in the world. This year’s collection of films features two segments shot on location in Jackson Hole’s infamous Corbet’s Couloir. Check here for a full list of screenings. TGR is proud to congratulate Kai Jones, Casey Brown, and Cam McCaul for their hard