Son’s Gonna Rise: A Father-Son Story

For Ethan and Andrew Shandro, time in the outdoors has always revolved around riding bikes. Of course, when your dad is a two-time world cup winner and a freeride legend, it’s not surprising to learn that the bike would play a huge role in shaping Ethan’s youth. But that’s not the point here. The point is that you don’t have to be one of the world’s best mountain bikers to have an amazing experience with your kids in the woods. You just gotta go into those woods with your kids…

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Video: Canadian Sky Pilot

“After moving to back Vancouver Island, I had the pleasure of discovering the mecca of downhill trails on Mt Prevost. Being the only trails you can shuttle top to bottom, it harbours most of the downhillers on the island. The trails here are steep and fast, unlike anything I was used to on the north shore of Vancouver. The local riding community is amazing. I have met so many great people here”.  On any given Sunday you may bump into some of Canada’s top downhillers including Mark Wallace, Finn…

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Home of Trails – Behind the Scenes

n their latest edit “Home of Trails” Danny MacAskill and Claudio Caluori shred through all five destinations of Graubünden within five minutes. But the work that went into creating this fun-loving and action-packed piece took months of preparation and a 10-day shoot in Arosa Lenzerheide, Davos Klosters, Engadin St. Moritz, Flims and Scuol Samnaun Val Müstair. The only thing that needed no planning was the cheeky commentary by local hero and Downhill World Cup POV star Claudio Caluori  

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Video: Dusty Days On The Shore

 Canadian videographer Tristan and DegganCaleb Harapnuik, local British Columbian downhill racer shot a rowdy video late summer to celebrate just having fun, even while filming a sponsored video.  

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Video: Fourtified

The four horsemen. 4x4s. Four leafed clovers. Four letter words. Fourtified. Wade Simmons, Rémi Gauvin, Vaea Verbeeck, and Carson Storch take their new Altitudes to the four corners of the earth to shoot a new film.

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Andrew Taylors adventure in Alaska

Alaska, one of the most sparsely populated areas in the world with sheer endless mountainous terrain, has always been a dream-riding destination for 28-year-old mountain biker Andrew Taylor. But being over 3,000 miles away from his hometown Santa Cruz, it seemed a bit too far to just jump in the truck and go. However, one day “AT” stumbles across an old school bus for sale – the missing link to make his ultimate road trip come to life. He buys it and turns it over several months into a tailor-made…

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