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Check Out the Course for Hannah Bergemann’s Hang Time

All women's freeride events just seem to keep coming. Between Future Grounds, Formation, and Dark Horse, it's pretty clear that the people like what they see and want more. Well folks, Hannah Bergemann is here to bring it to you. The event takes place on a dreamy Bellingham jumpline, also known as Blue Steel. Now, Bergemann, along with Transition and Red Bull have created Hang Time- an all women's progression session and jump jam. Riders such as Blake Hansen and Harriet Burbidge-Smith will join Bergemann to session the flowy line. We're stoked to see what comes out of a stacked group of riders on a dreamy course. 

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FUNNY: Jaxson Riddle Puts Rampage Hucks Into Context
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FUNNY: Jaxson Riddle Puts Rampage Hucks Into Context

FUNNY: Jaxson Riddle Puts Rampage Hucks Into Context

When they say that Rampage riders are hitting jumps akin to falling out of a four-story window, they’re not kidding. Nicholi Rogatkin and Jaxson Riddle go full Mythbusters in trying to explain what exactly goes down when a rider drops into a Rampage run. Remember, the whole competition was inspired by freeride skiers like those in TGR films hitting big Alaskan spines. We’re talking the same exposure and arguably worse consequences if you mess up. So for us mere mortals, what does that even

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Watch Red Bull Rampage Live on TGR
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Watch Red Bull Rampage Live on TGR

Watch Red Bull Rampage Live on TGR

The big day is finally here. After more than a year of waiting, the best freeride mountain bikers in the world return to Virgin, Utah for 2021 Red Bull Rampage. For the last week, athletes have been busy digging their lines and practicing, but it all comes down to putting wheels on dirt today for their finals run. We’ve already seen some insanity from riders in their practice runs, but expect the levels to get turned to 11 for finals. For more info on the info, check out the Red Bull TV page

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​VIDEO: Nick Clark Slays Teton Pass
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​VIDEO: Nick Clark Slays Teton Pass

​VIDEO: Nick Clark Slays Teton Pass

TGR Optics team member Nick Clark (@rowdyflow) might know the trails of Teton Pass better than just about anybody. If you’ve ever ridden there, you might recognize some of these iconic features – but we bet you haven’t seen style smothered on them like this before. Nick teamed up with Tannus inserts to see how low of tire pressure he could get away with running – but in reality it was just another reason for him to go out and hit his favorite features.