It’s harder than ever these days to snap a couple of bangers for the ol’ gram. The whole stuck inside thing isn’t too conducive for maintaining your Photo of the Day reign on Pinkbike, or so we thought. Turns out it’s still possible to make it as an action sports photographer, you just have to be a little bit craftier. So, listen up and take notes because Oxburger Studios has the tips you need to keep your feed spicier than a ripe bunch of ghost peppers.
When you need a rope to inspect the lip of a drop, you know it’s going to be a gnarly one. Rémy Métailler’s latest creation is not for the faint of heart, and the height alone isn’t even the most technical part of this feature. Once you clear the massive cliff, you’ve got to dump your speed otherwise you might hit a tree. Sounds fun, right? Métailler walks us through the process of approaching a massive new feature for the first time. Will he clean it on his first try? You’ll just have to
In case you haven’t heard yet, a few weeks ago Brett Rheeder launched a component company called Title MTB. It’s no surprise that some of his good friends (who happen to be some of the best riders in the world) are rocking the new components on their bikes. Talk about effective product testing. One of those riders, Tom Van Steenbergen, who also happens to have a banger segment in our latest MTB film also just released a super-steezy edit featuring some DH bike eye candy. RELATED: Catch Tom
Aaron Gwin is a paragon of downhill mountain biking. He's been competing for over a decade, and has been the UCI World Cup Downhill Champion no less than five times. Regarded by some as the savior of American downhilling, his ability to overcome daunting obstacles (such as a broken chain on the starting line) is the stuff of legends. RELATED: Check out the trailer for TGR's It might be a while until we see him on the course again, but never fear: He's releasing a five-part short film series