Mountain biker and POV legend Nate Hills has been on a tour of the western US lately, hitting just about every sick spot there is, and filming it for our enjoyment. His latest sesh brought him to Teton Pass, just a stone’s throw from the TGR offices, to rip a local freeride trail Lithium. It starts off at the top of the pass with a short pedal to the goods, then follows a ridgeline all the way down to town through some of the finest jump features the area has to offer.
As the Whistler bike park opened on May 18th, the crowds came, they saw, and they shredded. No trail was left untouched as riders quelled their excitement for slinging dirt. A-line—the bike park’s most infamous trail—was naturally high on everyone’s list. RELATED: Testing 17 of This Year's Best Enduro and Trail Bikes Sculpted meticulously, these jumps and berms are designed with one intention in mind: Perfect flow. If you weren't one of lucky few to participate in the fun, don't fret. Daily
Don’t forget your extra batteries for this one. RELATED: Testing 17 of This Year's Best Enduro and Trail Bikes Turns out Slovenia is home to a number of abandoned mines, one of which contains a rowdy 3-mile long bike trail. The aptly-named Black Hole Trail is actually open to the public, with guided tours only. Probably a safe bet, considering there are more than 500 miles of tunnels inside the Slovenian mountainside, most of which probably go nowhere. Olly Wilkins, Vid Peršak and Anej
Deviating from the stereotypical shredit, Ollie Jones decided to get a bit esoteric with his latest film piece. Aptly named “The Two-Wheeled Trip” Jones complies and experiments with his finest clips ranging from motocross to mountain biking. The best advice we have is to embrace the wild ride—which seeks to capture that elusive but tantalizing feeling we get on all things two-wheeled.