le 2 février 2017
The streets of Santa Marta favela weren’t built for bikes, but try telling that to Filip Polc. Built into the hillsides that overlook the sprawling metropolis of Rio, these suburbs are characterized by steep and super-narrow streets where walking is the only possibility. One favela is Santa Marta, and urban downhiller Filip Polc was keen to charge these streets on his bike. Hop on board with the Slovakian mad man as he rips down some sketchy urban trails!
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Steep Urban Mountain Biking Down a Rio Favela | Filip Polc's POV
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le 13 avril 2017
The first option in the dictionary for the word adventure is “an exciting or very unusual experience.” While the experience that is adventure varies far and wide from person to person, Eric Porter and Kevin Murphy’s recent travels in Alaska hit that definition on the nose.
After spotting a backcountry hut in an Alaskan guidebook, Porter began making plans to find the epic location the only way he knows how — by bicycle. The challenge? Located in the middle of nowhere, the trails to get to...
Mountain Biking to a Remote Hut in Alaska Wilderness | Backcountry Hut: Part 1
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le 17 juin 2017
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Three world class mountain bikers, James Doerfling, Tom van Steenbergen, and Kyle Norbraten follow the Fraser River north through Canada, building and riding features along the way. Their trek takes them past their hometowns, towards unridden territory and an unknown destination that holds a secret.
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