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Miranda Miller Pushes Herself on Some Heavy Squamish Drops

Great news! Remember that youtube channel Miranda Miller, Remi Gauvin, and Jesse Melamed launched on April Fools day? Turns out it’s a legit channel, not a joke and their first real video is pretty relatable content. When it comes to progressing on a mountain bike, your comfort zone and perception of fear can often be the hardest obstacles to overcome. Even though most shredits show professional athletes sending huge features without a hitch, behind the scenes they’re still battling with doubt, uncertainty, and fear—just like us. MGM alternative’s latest episode follows Miranda Miller as she tries to push herself on bigger and bigger drops. She’s candid about her nerves but also shows us how to challenge ourselves in a supportive environment, which is the best way to progress. We look forward to future episodes!

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VIDEO: BMXer Kriss Kyle Throws Down On Otherworldly Features
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VIDEO: BMXer Kriss Kyle Throws Down On Otherworldly Features

VIDEO: BMXer Kriss Kyle Throws Down On Otherworldly Features

Man, I wish I rode BMX as a kid. The bike handling skills and ability to flow through terrain on a bike with no suspension clearly translates pretty damn well to mountain biking. Kriss Kyle isn’t really known as a mountain bike athlete, usually opting to express himself on 20-inch wheels instead. But when he does pick up a big bike, it’s sure impressive, and those BMX skills shine through like nobody else’s. His latest edit showcases just that, with a custom-built track somewhere in the

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Paul Basagoitia on Overcoming a Spinal Cord Injury with E-Bikes
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Paul Basagoitia on Overcoming a Spinal Cord Injury with E-Bikes

Paul Basagoitia on Overcoming a Spinal Cord Injury with E-Bikes

Paul Basagoitia thought he’d never ride a bike again following his devastating crash in the finals of the 2015 Red Bull Rampage. The accident left him with a spinal cord injury which rendered him unable to use the lower half of his body. Just as he was losing hope that he’d ever pedal two wheels again, the mountain bike industry introduced the pedal-assist electric bicycle. With the help of this new technology, Paul could suddenly pedal uphill, ride some of his favorite trails again, and

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VIDEO: Camera Wizard Peter Jamison Is Also Sick at Biking
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VIDEO: Camera Wizard Peter Jamison Is Also Sick at Biking

VIDEO: Camera Wizard Peter Jamison Is Also Sick at Biking

If you’ve followed any of TGR’s bike content, then you’ve probably heard of Peter Jamison. Thing is, he’s usually behind the camera, shooting stunning photos and creating artful video parts with some of the biggest names in the biking biz. But if you didn’t know, he’s also got an alter-ego that can hang with best of them on a mountain bike, and that’s what his first video part with YT is all about. “The idea for the title ‘No Fun’ sparked while I was at a party last fall when some fellow