Unless you live in the PNW or the Southeast, odds are all the rivers near you are either frozen or too low to run. That's why when winter comes, many kayakers flee to South America where the water is warm, the drops are big, and the bootie beers are replaced with tequila shots. Home to some of the best winter classics, Mexico certainly provides with rivers like the Alseseca, as well as famous drops like Big Banana. Dagger Kayaks team rider Logan Smith took full advantage of the Mexico season getting a first decent on Rio Oro and bagging the crystal clear drops of Agua Azul. We'll be living vicariously through edits like this one until the Snake unfreezes...
We know that freestyle motocross usually doesn’t grace the front page of TGR, but holy sh** you have to watch these two entries from X-Games Real Moto 2020. First of all, Colby Raha might still be in the air from those jumps he’s hitting in his entry. Will somebody please check? We’re worried about him. Any guess on how big that air was? Secondly, Vicki Golden is absolutely on one in her entry, with textbook execution and style of some massive tricks. Golden has been a driving force of
One of the coolest things about watching Hazel Findlay climb is how unique she makes every route. Often, when we see the UK-based climber, it's not on the classic American climbs we all recognize, but rather things closer to her home in Wales. This particular route, Soap on a Rope (roughly a 5.11b) looms above Vivian Quarry, Wales. The route requires a rappel down to the bottom in order climb back up. Findlay takes this as the perfect chance to free solo it like the badass she is. Few people
We’ve all been the new kid before. But when you’re the new kid on an expedition with all your heroes in the middle of nowhere, things look a little different. In her first year as a North Face athlete, climber and photographer Savannah Cummins made the trek to Antarctica to do some big-wall climbing. Accompanied by legends Jimmy Chin, Alex Honnold, Conrad Anker, and Cedar Wright, and her climbing partner Anna Pfaff, Cummins was a little out of her comfort zone on the expedition. However,