Fort William is one of the most important stops on the UCI MTB World Cup circuit. When you combine one of the most demanding downhill tracks in the world with a huge crowd it creates an all-round amazing weekend for racers and race fans alike. But what many people don't realize is the number of highly technical mountain bike trails that weave down the dense pine forest lining the lower slopes. In this video Wideopen Mag rider Mark Scott checks out what Fort William has to offer beyond the glare of the World Cup.
Mark Scott Rides The Hidden Side Of Fort William | To the Point, Ep. 12
In the past few years mountain biking media content has been taken over by a wave of seriousness. Scripts, slo mo and Hollywood camera stares seem to have taken over from what once was. ‘To the point’ aims to bring everything back to where things we’re a few years ago, showing what everyone wants to see.. just riding and no unwanted extra add ons! This series will take you all around the globe, from Whistler to Hafjell, from Malaga to Nanaimo. Whips, scrubs, crashes, roost, skids oh and maybe the odd slo mo.. lets get to the point..
American Fork canyon, Utah, was the birth place of steep American sport climbing. Follow James Simmons as he works his way towards his goal of climbing over 150 routes graded 5.12 or harder in one season recounting the historic development ...
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