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Mt. Bachelor Celebrated Reopening Last Weekend

Opening and closing day were always special dates to mark on the calendar for the ski industry, but now with COVID-19, we’ve got a new one to celebrate: reopening day. A lucky few ski resorts in the United States have been able to resume resort operations due to flattening transmission curves and loosening health restrictions. Mt. Bachelor Ski Resort in Bend, Oregon was one of them, and they were eager to reopen this past weekend after Deschutes county was given the go-ahead by Oregon Governor Kate Brown.

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Unsurprisingly, it wasn’t a completely normal “opening.” Resort access was limited to only 500 season pass holders. Face masks and gloves were required for riding the lifts. No services were offered at the lodge except bathrooms, and guests were asked to eat lunch in their car. Only two lifts were running, and of course, six-feet social distancing guidelines were the norm on the slopes, the parking lot, and at the lift line. Mount Bachelor is only open for six more days, with the season coming to a close this Sunday. Despite the short window to ski again, many locals residents were just happy to be back on snow like the good ol' days.

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Throwback: Evil Riders Agassiz, Norbraten, and Giese Shred Virgin, UT
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Throwback: Evil Riders Agassiz, Norbraten, and Giese Shred Virgin, UT

Throwback: Evil Riders Agassiz, Norbraten, and Giese Shred Virgin, UT

Virgin, Utah is renowned as the home of some of North America's gnarliest mountain biking, surrounded by loose and steep lines down the countless nearby mesas. A bike that can hold together even in the face of Rampage-caliber abuse is good to go just about anywhere, which likely explains why athlete Graham Agassiz, joined by Kyle Norbraten and Mike Giese, headed down to Virgin to put their Evil Bike Co. steeds to the test. RELATED: Graham Agassiz- A Life Forged in MTB The region's loose red

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VIDEO: Cam Zink Builds His Dream YT Tues DH Race Bike
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VIDEO: Cam Zink Builds His Dream YT Tues DH Race Bike

VIDEO: Cam Zink Builds His Dream YT Tues DH Race Bike

Professional athletes are some of the most particular when it comes to choosing and using gear, and that’s no surprise given that their life often depends on it. Cam Zink certainly falls into the particularly picky category when it comes to choosing what goes into building his bikes, and he outlines exactly right here. While Zink might be best known for hucking huge airs aboard his YT Tues freeride bike, he’s also no stranger to putting down blistering times on race courses aboard a similar,

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Brendog’s Lockdown Rampage Part V: Danny MacAskill Redux
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After a fairly unsuccessful attempt at imitating Danny McAskill's trials biking antics a few weeks ago, Brendan Fairclough is back for more. This time he's added a second vehicle to ride over, and is fully committed to riding over his chimney. RELATED: Check out the TGR Journal Vol. 1 After a month of biking on his roof, Brendog is clearly getting more comfortable up there, and his questionable carpentry skills seem to be improving as well. However, pride comes before the fall, which in this