Weekend Warmup #149
OVERCOME I Morgane Jonnier
Between enduro and freeride, Morgane Jonnier faced her fears and stepped out of her comfort zone. After a day under the guidance of Kevin Kalkoff, she was able to climb the mountain to cross the ocean: the road gap of Mount Veyrier. Only a few seconds, allowing it to settle permanently in the European gravity scene.
Summer Road Trippin' With Christian Rigal | Fox Head
Nothing gets Christian Rigal more stoked then hitting the road, riding bikes, and meeting up with friends along the way. With Crankworx Whistler back on for 2022, he decided to plan a road trip through the PNW and make a fun little video documenting all the good times! Kirt Voreis joined, supplying the endless laughs and good vibes, and the crew got to ride some amazing spots with some rad humans, and now we get to share it with everyone to enjoy. Now it's time to plan a trip of your own, what’s next on your riding radar?
High Quality Low Res | August Nesbitt
Freeride Mountain Biking from all over BC, Canada. Riders: Andrew Giesbrecht, Tor Cameron, Kyle Slocomb, Nick Griffiths, August Nesbitt. I'm not profiting off this video and I wanna thank TOOL for their great music.
Kiran MacKinnon: Human Dyno | Santa Cruz Bicycles
Kiran MacKinnon is a human dyno. When Santa Cruz Bicycles needs to test, experiment and validate suspension then Kiran is the one of the main people we call on to do that work. Not only is he an extremely talented bike rider and incredibly knowledgeable about suspension, but he can actually interpret and translate what he's feeling in a way that he can communicate to the rest of the engineering team. This enables them to cross-reference the data they've collected with real life, on-trail experience to build better bikes and provide the right setup for our riders.
RISE - Kaidan Ingersoll | Commencal Bikes
"I am incredibly thankful for the opportunity to film my first mountain bike edit with the COMMENCAL team. I have always felt such amazing support from this company and love how much passion they have for the sport. My mission with this video was to try and create an edit that's as action-packed as possible, giving the audience an idea of what can be done on the COMMENCAL FRS. I chose the FRS because my style of riding caters more towards the freeride discipline and I feel as though there’s no better bike for it. The FRS is perfect for all types of riding, whether that’s ripping technical terrain, flowy jumps, or even sending big tricks." - Kaidan Ingersoll.