Yet again, Rémy Métailler shows us that he is an utter madman on the bike. Metailler stands out as one of those athletes whose riding does the talking. He has competed in everything from World Cup DH races to RedBull Rampage, but everywhere he rides one thing stands out: his sheer speed. Check out his latest edit from annihilating Whistler’s downhill tracks, gapping berms and hucking to flat.
When TGR assembled two of mountain biking’s biggest stars to drop into Corbet’s Couloir last spring, there was a dose of skepticism it would actually work. As the crew dug into the project and doubts began to creep in, it was Casey Brown, a 5’3” gal from Canada who kept exploring the possibilities to bring this crazy vision to life. Cam McCaul, who suggested TGR invite Casey along for this shoot, had this to say about his Corbet’s co-star, “[She’s] definitely, guy or girl, one of the
Biker bros Danny MacAskill and Martin Söderström got hooked up with a classic VW camper van and set out for a good ol' fashion road trip through Germany, the home of their Continental tires. The two started out in Hamburg, where Danny unfortunately brought some of Scottland's sub-par weather with him, but a little rain wasn't going to slow them down as the Scott claims Hamburg is one of the best cities for riding street in the world. Gloslar was the next stop, which offered more of a true
When you practically invented the dark art of freeride mountain biking, you get to tell a bike company a thing or two when it comes to making bikes. While Wade Simmons was rewatching some old footage of himself absolutely sending it, he became a little bit nostalgic for one of those old-school frames. Lucky for him, he called up his friends at the Rocky Mountain factory, and had them put together a special one-off freeride frame, the Pipedream. No fancy carbon, crazy suspension gimmicks, or