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Enjoy Two Minutes Of Remy Metailler Ripping Chile in Slow Mo

Stop whatever you're doing for the next two minutes, watch Remy Metailler rip through Chile's Bike Park of the Nevados in beautiful slow motion, and start planning your next trip to the Land of the Poets.

RELATED: Win a seven-day trip ski and surf trip through Chile

The video is short on description and heavy on action and features the 27-year-old Canadian mountain biking sensation getting rowdy at Valle Nevado's bike park, which–in case you were wondering–happens to be part of the same resort that our very own Sage Cattabriga-Alosa  so thoroughly enjoys skiing.

So enjoy, and then enter our giveaway to Valle Nevado. Endless singletrack awaits.

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Drop Everything and Watch Semenuk’s Latest Edit
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Hold your breath, in usual Semenuk fashion, the mountain biking deity has yet released another perfectly clean edit. He and his pal Rupert Walker of Revel Co. continue to craft cinematic masterpieces that will leave you in awe. I’d suggest exhaling at 1:30, when he throws a decade to double barspin. Sure, Semenuk might have stepped away from the slopestyle competition scene, but let that be no indication that he’ll stop pushing the sport.  RELATED: Top three runs from Red Bull Rampage

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Video: This is How You Ride Teton Pass
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Video: This is How You Ride Teton Pass

Not going to lie, we here in Wilson are pretty lucky to have some of the rowdiest mountain bike trails in the West right in our backyard. Like literally, in the backyard. You’ve probably heard of the legendary trails on Teton Pass; pro BMXer-turned downhiller Josh Hult sure has. RELATED: Drop Everything And Watch Brandon Semenuk's Latest Edit This past summer, some of the big lines on the pass got a little love and some pretty epic sessions went down. And by big lines, we mean the

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Santa Cruz Drops All-New V10 29” DH Bike
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Santa Cruz Drops All-New V10 29” DH Bike

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Yeah yeah, we know it's not bike season anymore, but big news from the bike world: Santa Cruz finally released their drool-worthy V10 downhill bike to the public. We’ve seen it beneath their team riders all World Cup season, and now you can finally buy it. RELATED: How Does a Mediterranean Island Sound For Some Warm-Weather MTB? The bike is available in two options: with 29” and 27.5”-inch wheels, featuring 215mm of trail-destroying rear travel, a 63.3-degree head angle, and a healthy long