Nate Hills & Jeff Brines - The Steepest Trail They've Ridden? 5

#followcamfriday with Nate Hills takes you to Teton Pass near Jackson Wyoming, as he and Jeff Brines (Vital MTB reviewer) delicately make their way down the ludicrous-steep trail at the top of Mount Glory. And yes, it's open to bikes. They think this is the first descent, but aren't sure. Holler if you have any info about this piece of gnar being ridden prior.

Jeff's footage


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  • Big Bird

    1/19/2018 7:28 PM

    Gotta love steeps. I used to live on the West side of Santa Cruz and would take my trials/dirt jump hardtail down to Westcliff. I had thirteen different lines that I could ride down from the bike path down the cliffs to the beach sand. Santa Cruz riders, see if you can find one! Or better yet clean one!

  • syngltrkmnd

    1/19/2018 11:20 AM

    If only Tucker could have carried that massive stick down the whole descent! hahaha Good dog!

  • jeff.brines

    1/19/2018 1:04 PM

    The irony is he brought that one from the bottom to the top in the winter. He's a pro at smacking people in the shins with his giant sticks as he passes them going up...

  • Erik_The_Red

    1/19/2018 10:18 AM

    Should be a brake advertisement, Jesus Christ that looks gnarly. The angles of the trees are nuts

  • jeff.brines

    1/19/2018 10:25 AM

    That was ridden during my Hightower LT test. AKA "not my brakes" (sorry Santa Cruz!)!! Seriously, for my 200lbs+ to use guides down this thing and keep ticking without a need for a bleed or anything else was a good tip of the hat to SRAM that they've made some pretty big leaps forward with respect to brake reliability.

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