Friday Shredits – Fanny Packs, Fatbikes, and Enduro
Adventure Seen is back with an entertaining clip of some technical rock lines up at Buzzard Rocks. When Scott’s not filming road riding like the Alpine Loop Gran Fondo, the rocky terrain of the Shenandoah Valley provides plenty of entertainment.
PROJEKT ROAM: Landscapes Vol. 2
If it wasn’t for the colorful and diverse landscapes that decorate and geographically define our country, where would we ride? Landscapes is a film series that celebrates and depicts the fruit of the earth’s time and toils with the elements that have helped to create and shape the terrain we mountain bike across today. Volume Two of Landscapes showcases several sides of the multi faceted trail systems found in Durango, CO. This elevated, mountainous country provides a plethora of variation and trail options for any mountain bike adventurer to explore.
Mike Hopkins and James Doerfling are two of the biggest names in big mountain freeriding. This summer, Mike and I headed up to Williams Lake to sample some of James’ hometown terrain and test out some lines in a big mountain rider’s dream area. The only hitch in our plan was the heat; starting our trip at the end of June, we bore the brunt of summer’s anger, and the desert sun was our primary antagonist. The only thing to be done was try to build early in the mornings and ride as the sun began to set; this made for some good light while shooting, and some long days digging and hiking on the hottest days of the year.
Song – Numb by Gary Clark Junior
There’s no snow, but that doesn’t look to be stopping the Borealis Fat Bike crew from having a great time riding the Kenosha Pass. Their Yampas were set up with either 29+ or carbon fatbike wheels.
This clip is from Trans-Provence with the highlights from the MAVIC TRANS-PROVENCE 2013.