Sign In:

×

Last Step!

Please enter your public display name and a secure password.

Plan to post in the forums? Change your default forum handle here!

×
×

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.

Further, we’ve extended the concept of metric time beyond just today. download manuals A puppy is strong enough to hold one block, but even two is too much for poor thing. amazon gift card

Play
READ THE STORY
Specialized Just Dropped the Best Marketing Video Ever Made
Up Next Bike

Specialized Just Dropped the Best Marketing Video Ever Made

Specialized Just Dropped the Best Marketing Video Ever Made

Specialized’s marketing department deserves an Oscar for this one. Do you follow anything about mountain biking on the internet? Then you’ll love this, and yes, it’s all in the details. Not really sure what my favorite part of this guy is, but there’s everything from “looks like a session,” “never go full enduro,” to a questionable new EDM soundtrack courtesy of the world’s best-looking mountain bike DJ. We also get to take a peek into Specialized’s design process. No, really, we do. Oh

Play
READ THE STORY
No Surprise, Calvin Huth Drops Another Clean Edit
Up Next Bike

No Surprise, Calvin Huth Drops Another Clean Edit

No Surprise, Calvin Huth Drops Another Clean Edit

Does Calvin Huth actually sleep? We're beginning to ponder that question here at the TGR office because the guy turned yet another edit this month. As usual, each of his films has their own distinct flair. This time it's back to Huth's backyard we go—Vancouver Island. The enchanting foggy rainforest is quickly overshadowed by Alex Volokhov's grit on a bike. Not only does he float high through the air, but the guy picks himself from a burly fall.  Taking a second to shake off the crash, he

Play
READ THE STORY
Kilian Bron Continues to Rip  Anything But Dirt
Up Next Bike

Kilian Bron Continues to Rip Anything But Dirt

Kilian Bron Continues to Rip Anything But Dirt

We’re convinced at this point that Kilian Bron doesn’t actually ever mountain bike on dirt. The other day he dropped a video of him cruising down the world’s tallest sand dune, now he’s bombing through pow at La Clusaz. Watch as the skiers pause in disbelief as Bron cruises by. Bron definitely seems a bit crazy, but we're fine with that so long as he keeps injecting his outlandish ingenuity and creativity into the sport. Now, the real question is: What’s will Kilian ride