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Bikepacker, outdoorsman, and community bridge builder, Jalen Bazile uncovers the intersection of masculinity, mental health, and bikepacking in "See Us Heal", a short film produced in Crested Butte, CO, alongside his cycling brothers, Eric Arce and Evan Green.
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Nothing comes easy, and patience is required above all else. They say that anything worth having is worth waiting for, and for Graham Aggasiz that is the perfect descent. Growing up in British Columbia meant the freerider spent his formative years scouring the bluffs and mountains for lines to ride. Some of those lines come together easier than others. After spotting a chute after a forest fire, Graham assembled a crew and embarked on a build that would take years, but in the end be worth the wait.
Britt Phelan is a Canadian freestyle skier who competes in skier cross. When she's not training for the next Olympics, Britt finds self-expression on her mountain bike. Always a student at her race craft, Britt seeks perfection that she knows she will never achieve, but her deeply ingrained competitive spirit perpetually strives for it.
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The Free Radicals are back on the road for another installment of a Dig Day—this time in RockShox's backyard in Colorado Springs, CO. Will Cadham and Mark Taylor join forces with Medicine Wheel Trail Advocates (MWTA) to tackle the fickle art of trail building. No matter where the Free Rads head, there's bound to be tacos, high fives, and good beer.
SRAM and RockShox Ambassador Eric Arce visits Oaxaca, Mexico, to learn with a sense of humility about the cultural and historical aspects specific to the region. A mountain biker, a photographer, and a second-generation Mexican, Eric experiences the authentic side of Oaxaca through local guides, cuisine, and culture in "Don't Forget about the People—Photos & Throughts through Oaxaca, Mexico."
Brandon’s biggest moments in mountain biking have come from his ability to combine technical riding innovation, with his own conceptual creativity and athletic prowess. His process often goes unseen, but the results continue to inspire us.
The World Cup saved the best for last with back-to-back World Championships and World Cup Finals. True to their mantra, Vali Höll, Jamie Edmondson, and Tegan Cruz brought the Youth and sought the Glory, showing up to both events in full mast to put it all on the line for the two biggest titles of the year and wrap up their season.
In the 33 years of Downhill Mountain Bike World Championships, there have been 66 opportunities for gold between men and women. 31 of those golds have been won by French riders. Mirroring road biking, the fans have shown up in full force time and time again, proud of the athletes their culture has supported and created.