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​VIDEO: Gee Atherton Returns to The Ridge That Nearly Killed Him

Gee Atherton has always pushed the limits of his mountain biking, whether on the World Cup circuit or at Red Bull Rampage, but sometimes he’s found that limit. Last year, while filming a part for a new video, Atherton took a crash that nearly killed him, ragdolling down the mountainside after falling in the most exposed part of his line. After a lengthy recovery and rehab period, Atherton is back on the bike. Atherton says “I have to admit the first day up on the new ridge was challenging, I’d been riding chilled bike park laps and suddenly I was back at the top of a Ridge with all the knowledge of what had gone before. But I do these projects purely because I love it. I’ve always enjoyed that creative side,.. the freedom to build things as hard as you want. There are no boundaries, and I always end up making them a little bit harder than I should. As soon as I dropped in I was back where I belong"

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​VIDEO: John Collinson Speaks Out About Mental Health During His Injury Recovery
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​VIDEO: John Collinson Speaks Out About Mental Health During His Injury Recovery

​VIDEO: John Collinson Speaks Out About Mental Health During His Injury Recovery

In case you’re wondering why you haven’t seen all too much of Johnny Collinson skiing these last few years, it’s due to a series of serious knee injuries he sustained back-to-back that forced him to take some time away from snow. Throughout his recovery, he leaned on cross-training, cycling, and working on his mental game. Always known for his positive outlook, Collinson isn’t one to shy away from the mental blow injury can have. When asked about his most recent injury, Johnny said, “Staying

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Fabio Wibmer Turns His Riding in a Real-Life GTA Game
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Fabio Wibmer Turns His Riding in a Real-Life GTA Game

Fabio Wibmer Turns His Riding in a Real-Life GTA Game

There's always talk of pro riders making things look like they're in a video game. As in, too crazy for real life. Austrian freeride mountain biker Fabio Wibmer has always been massively creative with his riding - and his latest project is no different, and it takes that "video game look" to a whole new level. One of his favorite video games is the entire Grand Theft Auto series, so of course he took some inspiration. Recognize some of the spots? 

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​VIDEO: Andreu Lacondeguy Freerides Peruvian Couloirs
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​VIDEO: Andreu Lacondeguy Freerides Peruvian Couloirs

​VIDEO: Andreu Lacondeguy Freerides Peruvian Couloirs

Just like skiing and snowboarding, freeride mountain biking is only possible with the right conditions. To carve those perfect turns down a mountain side, riders look for a certain combination of soil composition and terrain that allows for magic to be made. It just so happens that the combination usually occurs in stunningly beautiful locations – like Virgin, Utah, or the Peruvian Andes. Freeride sensei Andreu Lacondeguy has been spending a lot of time in South America these last few years