When winter starts to fade, our minds start to shift from snow to dirt. Freeskier Andri Ragettli and friends were having similar thoughts, it seems. As spring took hold of Laax, Switzerland, Ragettli teamed up with his brother Gian to get one last lap in on the mountain before heading down low to shred some singletrack. Of course, when you see the name Ragettli, it means creative tricks off big features all over the mountain, just like the master Candide himself. Maybe they should link up?
Chamonix had a somewhat strange season this year, with unseasonably hot weather in April followed by massive snowstorms in May. For weeks, locals were concerned about their favorite lines not coming into shape this year, but that all seems to have changed. Check out this rowdy clip from FWT champion and Cham local Leo Slemett teaming up with fellow local and IFMGA guide Ross Hewitt on a descent of a classic line off the Aiguille du Midi. Nothing like scaring yourself silly before skiing up to
Have you ever watched a mountain bike edit that felt like it was pulled out of a horror movie? Probably not. There are a lot of mountain bike edits out there. Some are good, some are great, some not so much. With so much content out there, it’s becoming more and more difficult to stand out. Yet, this phenomenal edit by SCOTT Sports manages to do just that. Rather than just shooting a compilation of killer action shots, in the video for their latest version of the Ransom, SCOTT draws
If there’s anything that has the bike world buzzing right now, it’s Dylan Stark’s MASSIVE roof drop onto the demolished El Toro stair set. If you haven’t heard of the spot, you’ve likely seen it. Hint: it’s in every skate and BMX edit EVER. After hearing that the infamous location was being renovated to make it skateproof, Stark decided he wanted to have the last word, and here’s how it all went down. RELATED: A Classic Skate Spot Got Razed, So This Guy Hit it on a MTB