A road trip throughout the wild west is a rite of passage. Nothing beats long days on the road and seeing America’s natural gems like Old Faithful. Tanner Stephens and friends decided to give the old west adventure a try, but did things a bit differently. Instead of looking for bison and geysers, they were in search of singletrack. From Whitefish, Montana, to Teton Pass in Jackson, they certainly found what they were looking for on this trip.
Road cycling is rarely ever considered “gnarly,” but holy sh*t did a finish sprint at the Tour of Poland turn that way earlier this week. It’s what folks in the cycling world are calling one of the worst crashes ever, with a whole pack of riders going down after a line miscalculation, pushing Fabio Jakobsen into a barrier 10 feet from the finish. Even Lance Armstrong tweeted about, saying: “Been around this game a long time and not sure I’ve seen a crash that horrific.” Jakobsen was
GoPros have revolutionized action sports videos over the past decade or so, giving a wide segment of the population the ability to show off their perspective while getting rad. However, just about anyone who's skied or biked a ridiculously steep line and then looked at their GoPro footy has probably thought "Wow, this looked WAY steeper in person." I'm no cinematography pro, but there's something about GoPro angles that simply don't convey pitch very well. So, when watching a video like this
Swedish freeride biker Emil Johansson got the call for Red Bull Rampage a mere three days before shovels hit dirt in Virgin, Utah, leaving him very little time to pack up his gear and fly around the world. Upon arriving, he had a frantic few days of digging and riding old Rampage zones in order to acclimate himself to the unique style of riding demanded by MTB's gnarliest event. RELATED: Check out the trailer for TGR's In spite of the insane pressure and unfamiliar conditions, Johansson put