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Next Exit: Sun Valley

Teton Gravity Research (TGR), the global leader in youth-culture media, is pleased to announce Next Exit, a new video series celebrating devoted local bike communities by documenting the people that make these places special. Next Exit is a joint production of TGR and the acclaimed, community-driven mountain-bike journal, Freehub Magazine.

“Community is the foundation upon which mountain biking rests, and is the driving factor in its progression. The Next Exit series is dedicated to sharing the stories of those communities and the people that are expanding the sport’s boundaries,” says Brandon Watts, Founder and Publisher of Freehub Magazine.

The first episode takes us to Sun Valley, Idaho, a paradise for all those who love to travel on two-wheels.

Loved the Sun Valley video, it looks fantastic.  What are the bands/songs that appear in the video?

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