A freeskiing legend and a ripping French mountain biker on a classic Whistler trail? It’s a match made in heaven. I remember seeing Mike Douglas in the first ski films I ever watched, i.e. he’s been a pro skier longer than I’ve been alive. But what does he do in the off-season? Apparently, he’s also really good at mountain biking. In Rémy Métallier’s new video, Douglas shows Métallier down one of his favorite bike trails in Whistler, British Columbia. Even though Douglas is a pro skier, he knows he can learn a thing or two from Métallier. Watch as the two cruise down this trail making even the tightest of turns look easy. Anyone else think a ski video with the two of them would be equally as sendy?
Just because it’s gross and wet outside doesn’t mean you have to stop riding you mountain bike this winter. Well, that is if you live in a place where the trails aren’t covered in feet of snow from November through May. For those of us lucky enough to live (or at least spend time in) areas like the PNW or the Southeast, riding on sloppy and wet winter days is a great way to improve bike handling skills and make our riding that much better when things get fast and loose in the dryer months of
Throughout time on this planet, life has had an intrinsic link to the harmony of balance. As humans, we need, and seek, to find things in our lives that create this harmony. It’s our key to happiness, and a life lived well. This film follows four characters who demonstrate different aspects of balance in their lives. The harmony of doing what you love and raising a family. The challenge and excitement that comes from building trails. The influence of making music as a creative outlet. And
Paul Genovese is the kind rider who looks at something unassuming like a stump or a parking garage and finds a way to ride it. We don't know how he does it, but he always seems to make it look pretty damn cool. His latest edit , is a compilation of his best, jumps, tricks, and jibs from 2020. And if the video left you craving more mountain bike steeze, be sure to check out Genovese’s segment alongside bike ninja Brandon Semenuk in TGR's