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Casey Brown shrugs off a huge crash after dropping Corbet’s in TGR’s ‘Rogue Elements’

As you might have heard, in TGR's new film Rogue Elements–presented by REI–Casey Brown and Cam McCaul became the first mountain bikers to drop Jackson Hole's famed Corbet's Couloir on bikes.

It was a jaw-dropping moment, as heavy as it was historic, but what you didn't see was the aftermath of the insanity. Namely, Casey Brown going over her handlebars and ragdolling down the couloir after her brakes failed to work.

Luckily, Ms. Brown was okay and shrugged off the crash, giving our cameras a nice view of her (bloodied) pearly whites and laughing through it all. 

To see more from Brown and McCaul, download Rogue Elements–presented by REI–today.

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POV From the World’s Craziest MTB Race
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POV From the World’s Craziest MTB Race

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For those of you who don’t know about the Megavalanche, it’s likely the rowdiest race you’ll ever see on two wheels. Mass tart. Crashes. Glaciers. Rocks. Crashes. Oh, and did I mention carnage? There’s really not much else to say. Take a few minutes to appreciate the gnar, and please pardon Ben Deakin’s French.  RELATED: 1500 Mountain Bikers Race Down a Glacier P.S. If you really only have 30 seconds, fast forward to 2:18. 

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Every year, hundreds of mountain bikers descend on the legendary Megavalanche course in the French Alps to compete in a mass start downhill race. The course starts at 11,000 feet, high on Alpe D’Huez’s Pic Blanc, before descending nearly 9000 feet back to the valley floor over glaciers, snow, and gnarly singletrack. The race takes endurance, incredible bike handling skills, and a whole lot of luck to finish.  This year’s winner was EWS racer Damien Oton, with a time of 38:55. Check out

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Within the weird subculture that is mountain biking exist even more highly polarized subcultures. Enduro, DH, cross country, you name it. While they all involve rolling around on dirt aboard a two-wheeled machine, sparks would fly if you dared confuse a DHer with an endurbro or a lycra-clad weight weenie. RELATED: Specialized Just Dropper the Best Marketing Video Ever Made The funny thing though, is that bikes these days are attempting to bridge that gap more than ever. With Enduro bikes