Ride My Domain Season Premiere Video

Mar 18, 2012 at 9:04
by Ride My Domain  
JM Media along with the help of our sponsors is finally ready to release Ride My Domain's first episode of 2012. We plan on bringing you 7 more episodes this year from all over the country, so stay tuned for more great stuff from us. Our first stop is with Outfitter Gnar Gnar tour in Phoenix, Arizona. These guys love to ride and also love spreading the stoke to every rider they take up the mountain. Phoenix during the winter months is mountain bike heaven with great weather and plenty of good trails for every type of riding and every skill level. Stop by and visit them if you're in the area or call them up to set up a trip if you're coming from out of state.


Gnar Gnar Tours is rider owned and operated. Our goal is to provide riders with stoke and gnar however it may be attained. We provide weekly Phoenix shuttles, greater Arizona shuttles and host some great gravity events. Come join us in the Gnar Junkie Express to experience all of the great gravity fed trails Arizona has to offer.

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RMD would like to thank the sponsors that help make this happen, FiveTen Shoes, IXS Sports Division, Smith Optics, Pinkbike.com, Spank Components and Kali Protectives.

Please visit our Website at www.ridemydomain.com and like us on Facebook.

For more info about our trip with Gnar Gnar check out the full details here.


28 Comments

  • + 3
 No offence but there was just way to much advertising. And the american voice at the start was pretty bad to. But the shuttle service was really good and I liked hearing about their Ideas and how they did it.
  • + 2
 Rode with these boys back in December. Great guys, nothing bad to say, had an awesome couple of days. I really got the feeling that it's all about the riding for them, any profit made from the shuttle service is just a bonus. Worth going for a couple of uplifts just to watch Bob heckle the roadies! Cheers Buter
  • + 2
 Thanks Kuhn! Big Thanks to Ride My Domain for coming out and making this vid happen! Also big thanks to all the local riders that come out every week to support our shuttle! Thanks to all our sponsors: Monster Energy, Cove Bikes, Kali, Kates Real Foods and Marzocchi. If you're looking for a winter/spring shred zone and want to get on some gnarly trails...Come on Down! We'll do our best to hook you up! It's still cool enough for shredding all the way into the middle of May and starting again in mid-September. Thanks PinkBike....
  • + 2
 SoMo is cool if you've never ridden it and you like rocky techy trails. But there is killer riding all over AZ, from Flagstaff, to Prescott, to Sedona, to The White Mountains. And the Gnar Gnar boys will take ya just about anywhere ya want to ride here. Bob and Andy are great guys and I always meet cool people on the shuttle van. Arizona offers everything from rocky, tech riding during the winter at lower elevations, to fast flowy dirt in the mountains during the summers. We are so lucky to be able to ride year round here. I've been riding here for 12 years and I've always thought that Arizona has been one of mountain biking's best kept secrets. But the secret is out, so come shred some prime AZ singletrack!!! : )
  • + 2
 South Mountain has some fun trials for sure. I know this won't be a popular comment, but I hope shuttling lots of people in a heavy multi use area doesn't cause any negative issues. Last time I rode National trail I must have passed 50 hikers. Some areas are great for shuttling, others not so much. The "shuttling my bike is not a crime" shirt makes me assume there's been some backlash already?
  • + 3
 National does have a lot of hiker traffic on it. But usually everyone is really cool on Somo. I've never been hassled there at all. Geronimo is a super fun trail and there is hardy ever any hikers on it at all. So it depends on what ya ride there and it's way more busy on weekends. I think the "shuttling my bike is not a crime" shirts are geared towards the people who think you should always "earn your turns". I pedal up sometimes, but it's nice sometimes to just put in some hot laps too....
  • + 5
 if the guy at 9 minutes is going to be an "ambassador for the sport," we're in trouble.
  • + 2
 Bender is a legend.
  • + 5
 Heck ya! Keep these comin! I think this is something mtb really needs more of. Glad your the first Justin!
  • + 2
 I love this. Ride my Domain what a great idea especially for us older folk who love to travel and ride. Thanks for the heads up I hope to see more of these. We'll see Bender up in Downieville this season
  • + 1
 Thanks! We think the same way!
  • + 2
 Gnar Gnar is the best shuttle service I have ever dealt with. They are in it for the right reasons and just want to have fun and that is what it is all about.
  • + 2
 Right on! Cool vid! I'm an annual pass holder with the GnarGnar guys. Worth every penny! Especially since "annual" in AZ really means year round riding!
  • + 1
 Hey gnar gnar im a local and ive ridden with you guys a couple times this is sick! great to see somo getting the credit it deserves! where is that street place that you guys hit up?? looks cool
  • + 4
 Its good so see more Cove Bikes in Action. Smile
  • + 3
 it wouldnt be nice to bail in those cactus
  • + 2
 All that Bender footage and no crashing? What gives?
  • + 2
 awesome....only if i lived close by...
  • + 2
 iv been on shuttles there..... so much fun!!!!
  • + 2
 Gnarly trails from Gnarnia!!!
  • + 2
 we have it good here in AZ.... YEA GNAR GNAR TOURS!!!! Great bunch!!!
  • + 0
 pretty poor filming nd such i though... naff version of stund with past it riders ? haha
  • + 1
 oh and adverts half way through a trailer for a series ? wtf !
  • + 4
 Thanks for the hate post! We love guys like you... If we had an huge budget we would have helicopter shots too!
  • + 2
 you dont need a heli.
  • + 1
 serious overuse of the word Gnar.
  • + 1
 ...! Just scrolled down to say the same thing...a silly sounding word...especially when used twice in conjunction...
  • + 0
 some puddle brained amaericans put me off biking...for a second

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