We’ve all seen the drop in that Jordie Lunn built himself last summer for Rough AF 2: a huge wooden ramp off a tree into a sketchy jump. Well, the madman decided that wasn’t quite big enough, so he built another one. Except this time, it’s bigger. Much bigger. Teaming up with filmmaker Calvin Huth, he put made his dream of riding genuinely terrifying features a reality, linking together a whole series of them for his latest project: Rough AF 3.
A decade ago, Ryan Gibb released , a masterpiece of a mountain biking film. A sequel never materialized, and he spent the next few years working on commercial projects. Then, in late 2018 Gibb made a return to the MTB world, traveling to New Mexico's Philmont Scout Ranch for an ambitious shoot featuring Nico Vink. The final film was directed by Gibb and produced by Teton Gravity Research. The shoot was almost ruined by an unseasonable snowstorm, but Gibb and the team persevered,
Time and again, the bike industry proves that it has one of the greatest senses of humor. Whether it's Specialized with their bike release videos, or now Smith releasing their brand-new Mainline full-face helmet, they certainly get our attention. The helmet looks promising, with ultra-light construction and all the DH-level protection for rowdy riding you could ever need, but it’s Smith’s athlete roster that steals the show, featuring everyone from Jesse Melamed to Remi Gauvin to ALN
Every bike park has that one trail – the one everyone talks about, whether out of excitement or straight up fear. At Whistler, it’s the trails like Dirt Merchant. At Mt. Bachelor, it’s the Rattlesnake trail, a rooty, rocky, and super techy downhill. For local (and international) legend Cam McCaul, it counts as one of his favorite tracks to test his skills. RELATED: Catch More Cam McCaul in TGR's Accomplice In all honesty, the trail looks sick, but we have to give Cam some serious props for