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You Don’t Have to Park Your MTB For The Winter

There comes that time of year when the days get short, the dirt turns into pow, and the ski lifts start turning, but that hardcore rider in you doesn't want to park the bike for the winter. 

The past season was so good; you rode so many new trails, learned a few new tricks, and stoked that passion for riding to an all time high. Well, follow in Vincent Tupin’s footsteps and keep riding! It doesn't have to be quite on this level, but your local trails aren't going anywhere. Yeah, your brakes might squeal a bit and those tires wont have the grip you want, but you can still go fast, hit a few airs and have an absolute blast on two wheels.

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Behind the Scenes: Dropping Into Corbet’s on Mountain Bikes
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Behind the Scenes: Dropping Into Corbet’s on Mountain Bikes

Behind the Scenes: Dropping Into Corbet’s on Mountain Bikes

So you've seen that mountain bikers Cam McCaul and Casey Brown dropped into Jackson Hole’s Corbet’s Couloir, but what went into pulling off such an unthinkable stunt? In a nutshell, a ton of hard work by the crew that included rigging a gyro-stabilized camera to the JHMR tram, salting the slushy spring snow to make it rideable, and finally Cam and Casey surviving some insanely violent crashes out the bottom. Check out TGR’s behind the scenes view of what went into making this

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MacAskill and Söderström Rip Across Germany In LederBROsen
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MacAskill and Söderström Rip Across Germany In LederBROsen

MacAskill and Söderström Rip Across Germany In LederBROsen

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

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Casey Brown Talks Dropping Corbet’s, Breaking the Rampage Gender Barrier
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Casey Brown Talks Dropping Corbet’s, Breaking the Rampage Gender Barrier

Casey Brown Talks Dropping Corbet’s, Breaking the Rampage Gender Barrier

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