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Chunky, Flowy Goodness from Nate Hills and Braydon Bringhurst

Anyone else think that Braydon Bringhurst should go after a Rampage spot in 21? Not just a climbing magician, Braydon has some spirit of freeride deep inside himself somewhere. Grafton Mesa, high above Virgin, Utah holds some of the most classic and iconic old-school freeride and tech in the US. Roaming around the original Rampage site is a history lesson in itself. Merry Christmas to everyone out there. Eat too much, drink too much, and be merry. You earned it.

This is the final week of our Season of Giving campaign to benefit the Grow Cycling Foundation. We have raised over 30K so far. Huge thanks to my friends over at Yeti, Rockshox, Smith, and Maxxis for donating products and experiences for me to give away to raise awareness and funding for GROW. All of the winners will be announced in next week's episode as we usher in the New Year, and bid farewell to the dumpster fire that is 2020. So far we have the custom painted Yeti frame, 3 sets of tires and a zoom call with Greg Minnaar from Maxxis, a fork of the winners choice, and a zoom call with a suspension tech courtesy of my friends at Rockshox, and now Smith is offering up a full riding kit, choice of helmet, performance eyewear, and lifestyle sunnies to the lucky winner. What a time to be alive. Thank you for entering! Each entry gets Grow one step closer to their first initiative of building a pump track in Los Angeles, to offer cycling opportunities to marginalized communities that may not otherwise get the chance to fall in love with bicycles. Thank you for supporting this wonderful initiative!

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