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Here’s the Hard Way to Hit JHMR’s Most Infamous Run

When doing huge backflips or spins into Corbet’s on skis or a snowboard becomes too mainstream, it’s time to change the game a little bit. Enter Casey Brown and Cam McCaul, professional freeride mountain bikers, who dropped into the hardest run in North America on their bikes for Teton Gravity Research’s film Rogue Elements. Yes, there was lots of snow. No, their brakes did not work at all. And yes, they both crashed epically.

Rogue Elements is presented by REI.

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Drop Everything and Watch Semenuk’s Latest Edit
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Drop Everything and Watch Semenuk’s Latest Edit

Drop Everything and Watch Semenuk’s Latest Edit

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

Santa Cruz Drops All-New V10 29” DH Bike

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

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Video: Nicholi Rogatkin and Reed Boggs Go Ski Biking
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Video: Nicholi Rogatkin and Reed Boggs Go Ski Biking

Video: Nicholi Rogatkin and Reed Boggs Go Ski Biking

What do pro freeride mountain bikers Nicholi Rogatkin and Reed Boggs do when the snow starts falling? Ride their bikes of course! Well, this time it’s not their DH or slopestyle bikes, but rather it’s ripping around on Sno-Go snow bikes at Utah’s Brighton Resort. RELATED: Nicholi Rogatkin Makes History at Crankworx Whistler Crankworx Triple Crown champion Rogatkin and Red Bull Rampage competitor Boggs show that dirt skills translate pretty well to snow. Who wants to give this a go?