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 you might have heard, in TGR's new film–presented by REI–Casey Brown and Cam McCaul became the first mountain bikers to drop Jackson Hole's famed Corbet's Couloir on bikes. It was a jaw-dropping moment, as heavy as it was historic, but what you didn't see was the aftermath of the insanity. Namely, Casey Brown going over her handlebars and ragdolling down the couloir after her brakes failed to work. Luckily, Ms. Brown was okay and shrugged off the crash, giving our cameras a nice view
By now, you've probably seen that in Teton Gravity Research's latest film–, presented by REI–we got our friends Cam McCaul to drop into Corbet's Couloir on their bikes, making history as the first riders to ever do so. What you didn't see was that after cameras stopped rolling, both McCaul and Brown ate it pretty damn hard. Still, judging by McCaul's reaction in our latest behind-the-scenes video, it doesn't seem like he was too worried about a little spill after such a crazy feat. To see
Spanish freeride specialist Andreu Lacondeguy is no stranger to Southern Utah's gnarly mountain biking. The 28-year-old took home top honors at the infamous 2014 Red Bull Rampage, affirming himself as one of the top MTB riders in the world. Feast your eyes as Andreu and the 841 crew go full send down in Utah, with a plethora of burly lines and laid out backflips.