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Inside Accomplice Ep.2 - Finding More than Mountain Biking in India

Tag along with Veronique Sandler, Hannah Bergemann, and the TGR crew as they head to Ladakh, India on a quest to find untouched slopes among the region's lofty summits. At nearly 10,000 feet above sea level, and with virtually no established mountain biking zones, the Ladakh trip posed significant logistical issues for the TGR team.

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However, while the riding was undeniably rugged, the trip was about more than big mountain freeride. Equally impactful was the opportunity to visit a region where mountain biking is almost entirely unknown, and to introduce some local groms to the sport. Stay tuned for more on the India trip from Katie Lozancich, who was on the scene with her camera and notebook.

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