Introducing Pol Molina:
Though Pol Molina only took up mountain biking a year and a half ago, 15 years of motocross racing, and a background in BMX have jumpstarted him into a league of his own. Take note of this dude's name, this isn't the last time you're going to be hearing it.
Joey Gough's Mixtape:
Put your headphones on and take a ride with me through some fun times.
Greatest Hits - Whistler Mountain Bike Park:
James McSkimming, Melissa Penrose, Paul Stevens, Trevor Berg, Trevor Burke, and Justin Dewey Roy ride some of Whistler's greatest hits on A-Line and Dirt Merchant. Video: Christie Fitzpatrick. Edit: Chris Sroka.
A typical afternoon bike ride based in the Italian Alps featuring Edoardo and his dog Jack.
Mjets Street Edit - MSA:
Mont-Sainte-Anne local riders jibbin' for da clip.
Matt MacDuff - Rotation:
Matt MacDuff's dream build comes to life in Oliver, BC. Inspired by his childhood imagination, Matt assembled an A+ build crew to design a creative, feature packed trail complete with a wooden funnel into the void.
Emil Johansson - Bracken:
Emil created the “Bracken” video part to celebrate the launch of his etnies Signature Camber Crank shoe colorway. “I’m stoked to produce my first edit with etnies along with the release of my first signature colorway shoe,” said Emil. “The etnies Camber Crank has been my go-to shoe for trail bike riding for the past year. I love how the shoe stays grippy even in the muddiest conditions and keeps my feet from getting soaked. It is supportive and feels great on the foot all day long.”
This is Slopeduro - Dawid Czekaj:
BMX riders migrate to MTB world like spawning salmon headd upstream. They won't stop! Yet, Dawid Czekaj is not simply "another one." Dawid has been killing it on the local scene and even made it to the Polish BMX Olympic team with his results. Yet, he chose big wheels, suspension, and long top to bottom runs which he called "slopeduro." What is slopeduro? As a part of the beloved UCI Beerduro team, Dawid Czekaj put his BMX steez into classic trail bikes, and as a result, we simply want to go out and ride!
In “Insane Eddy” I take you on the wildest gravel ride ever! Being late for the Saturday group ride, I quickly hop on my bike and start chasing the peloton. Filled with spectacular tricks, jumps, and trials lines, my pursuit takes me through historic villages, beautiful landscapes, straight through gardens and factories, and over the biggest slag heap in Belgium. But is it enough to catch up with the pack?!
The Hell Are You Dugan!?
Tom Dugan made his way out to California for a week to chill with the crew, ride bikes, and meet new property owners. Featuring Justin Spriet and Broc Raiford. Enjoy!
Mongoose I SLC:
After filming Dirtvana, Mykel Larrin and Kevin Peraza hung around Salt Lake City for a few days to explore and ride some of the local favourites. Mongoose teammate Josh Hult met up with the boys to hangout as they hit various parks, street spots, and some dirt! If you’re craving a straight-up riding video after Dirtvana, you’re in for a treat!
CultCrew - Trev Mags:
This one is all Trev Mags - raw cutty street riding from NY to LBC.
Hermann Stene's "Real" Part:
Cuttin’ down Cardiel Hubba, piecing together tasteful lines and handling an absurd ramp to rail, Hermann’s versatility is a treat to watch. Don’t miss this.
Kyle Walker's "Ruby" Part:
Kyle kills a trove of fresh and iconic spots with his classic repertoire before grinding rails too big to measure. SOTYs are made of somethin’ else...
Joslin, Decenzo, Gustavo and an all-star cast ignite spots from every corner of the globe before Marek Zaprazny finishes the job in Prague.
Burrlapz - ''Football'' Trailer:
Skiing may be a sport of individuals, but when you have a legendary crew like the Burrrlapz, it feels anything but individual. It takes a team to produce a full movie, homemade or not, and that's just what the Burrrlapz is; a group of individuals, brought together to make one solid team.
Stoke the Fire Athlete Edit - Veronica Paulsen:
Undisputed queen of the backflip and reigning Queen of Corbet’s, we’re stoked to welcome Veronica Paulsen to the TGR roster this year to show us her version of what it means to shred Jackson Hole’s bottomless pow. Rising from competition mogul skiing roots in the Bay Area, Veronica decided to upend her life trajectory to focus on what was her dream: becoming a professional big mountain skier in the mecca of it all: Jackson Hole. This year, after a breakthrough performance becoming the first woman to land a backflip into Corbet’s Couloir, she teamed up with her friends and the TGR crew in Jackson Hole to put together an all-time edit celebrating ski bum culture and what it’s all about here. We caught up with the K2 Skis and JHMR athlete midway through the season in between epic storm cycles to hear more from the reigning Queen herself.
Mountain Revelations - Official Teaser:
"Mountain Revelations" follows three professional snowboarders - Jeremy Jones, Ryan Hudson, and Rafael Pease - on a human-powered 10-day mission in a remote corner of Alaska's Chugach Mountain Range. As they explore epic lines on the steep and unforgiving terrain, the physical and emotional challenges they overcome during the harsh, endless days of the waning Alaskan winter serve as a catalyst to examine the roles their backgrounds had on their respective paths to this expedition.
The Groundbreaking Design of Mexico 1968:
In 1968, Mexico City introduced a new modern vision of the host country through their innovative Olympic design program by Ramirez Vazquez.
Can a Trans Runner Like Me Compete Fairly?:
In the highly politicized debate over whether transgender women should be allowed to play women’s sports, opinions tend to divide into two starkly opposing camps. There are those people - including lawmakers in dozens of states - who argue that the integrity of girls’ and women’s sports needs to be safeguarded against people assigned male at birth and the physical advantages they may possess. The other side argues that by the very fact of their gender transition, trans girls and women have earned the right to compete as their chosen gender. But Andie Taylor, a 48-year-old trans woman and competitive runner who has much to gain or lose in this debate, finds herself staking out a more nuanced position, somewhere in the apolitical middle ground. In the Opinion video above, Ms. Taylor describes how she is eager to compete among women and yearns for inclusion - but only if the scientific research unequivocally shows that her years living as a male did not give her an advantage. There is little research regarding the performance of transgender athletes, in part because their numbers are so small. Some evidence suggests that trans women retain some athletic advantages after a year of undergoing testosterone suppression. Researchers have also found that those advantages, with time, largely fall away. As research advances, Ms. Taylor is imploring all sides in the debate to refrain from using the issue for political gain. “I want to win,” she says, “but I only want to win if I know it’s fair.”