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LAPPIN’ JACKSON #3 TETON PASS

An evening lap on Jimmy's Mom to Parallel

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

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. RELATED: Watch the Accomplice trailer here However, while the riding was undeniably rugged, the trip was about more than big mountain freeride. Equally impactful

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VIDEO: Brandon Semenuk Rips Around New Zealand’s Peaks
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VIDEO: Brandon Semenuk Rips Around New Zealand’s Peaks

VIDEO: Brandon Semenuk Rips Around New Zealand’s Peaks

Most videos starring Brandon Semenuk make use of copious amounts of slow-motion shots, allowing the viewer to actually see what the Canadian biker is doing as he speeds down the trail. , a new edit from cinematographer Benoit Lalande, breaks that mold, using full-speed shots and quick cuts to convey the sense of speed and energy which slow-mo shots often lack. RELATED: Check out the TGR Journal Vol. 1 If you, like us, can't get enough of Semenuk's riding, be sure to check out the trailer for

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Velosolutions Builds New Bike Trail with 100% Renewable Energy
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Velosolutions Builds New Bike Trail with 100% Renewable Energy

Velosolutions Builds New Bike Trail with 100% Renewable Energy

Even though Claudio Caluori’s famed trail building company Velosolutions constructs incredible trails all over the world, their latest creation in Switzerland is perhaps their most exciting build yet. Unlike their other trails, Nagens was completely constructed by electric machinery. Literally everything that touched the dirt was powered by clean energy: excavators, compactors, electric dumpers, and chainsaws. Even the crew, photographers, and site officials were transported to and from the