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​VIDEO: Rob Gronkowski Joins the Pit Viper Team
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​VIDEO: Rob Gronkowski Joins the Pit Viper Team

​VIDEO: Rob Gronkowski Joins the Pit Viper Team

This should be music to the ears of all the New Englanders out there. NFL superstar Rob Gronkowski is joining the Pit Viper Experts Only Pro Team. Even TGR co-founder Todd Jones is stoked about it, saying, “As New Englanders, we watched Gronk help us win multiple Super Bowls. It's good to see him out west getting loose with the Pit Viper crew. Hopefully, next time he will come to Jackson and let us show him around the home lab.” From Pit Viper: Over a weekend in March, the Gronkowski family

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X-Games Real MTB: Danny MacAskill
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X-Games Real MTB: Danny MacAskill

X-Games Real MTB: Danny MacAskill

There are a few things in life that get better with time: cheese, wine, and Danny MacAskill’s riding. You think he can’t take it to another level, and then he drops an edit like his X Games Real MTB video part. Watch as frogman MacAskill tricks and flips of the most unassuming objects, and if you dig the edit make sure to vote for it at XGames.com/RealMTB.

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​VIDEO: “Un Skieur en Feu” Is A Stark Visualization of Climate Change
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​VIDEO: “Un Skieur en Feu” Is A Stark Visualization of Climate Change

​VIDEO: “Un Skieur en Feu” Is A Stark Visualization of Climate Change

Leave it to the French to be dramatic about this kind of stuff… No really, Hugo Manhes’s project “Un Skier en Feu” (A Skier on Fire) is a stark and important visualization of climate change and its impact on how we play in the mountains. Sure, statistics like the fact that the snowpack on France’s Porte Pass has decreased by 40 percent in three decades, the average winter temperature increasing by a full degree, and many more might get the attention of some, but at this point maybe we do need