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.
This Thursday, celebrate International Women's Day by watching a special online premiere of . A documentary produced by AndShesDopeToo, focuses on three Nepali women breaking through cultural barriers to spread their love of mountain biking. In Nepal, the overarching societal expectation of young women is to be nothing more than a married housewife. For Roja, Usha, and Nishma they’re not accepting the societal norm. Choosing to fight for gender equity through two wheels, these lady shredders
Stop whatever you're doing for the next two minutes, watch Remy Metailler rip through Chile's Bike Park of the Nevados in beautiful slow motion, and start planning your next trip to the Land of the Poets. RELATED: Win a seven-day trip ski and surf trip through Chile The video is short on description and heavy on action and features the 27-year-old Canadian mountain biking sensation getting rowdy at Valle Nevado's bike park, which–in case you were wondering–happens to be part of the same
It goes without saying, but nobody is born with the ability to ride a bike. While riders like Cam McCaul and Casey Brown make it all look second nature, at one point most every rider began at the same starting block: On a tiny bike, with their father likely following diligently behind them hoping they didn't spill. That initial joy of rolling on two wheels with your patriarch trailing behind you never fades, as 14-year-old biking wunderkind Jackson Gladstone shows in his new edit "Day Out