Freeride Moment of Regret

Freeride Moment of Regret

Target lock can be tricky thing. When I’m riding (or skiing, or anything actually), I either want to off the


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Target lock can be tricky thing. When I’m riding (or skiing, or anything actually), I either want to off the front or well back of the person in front of me so I can see enough of the trail to make my own line choices. And this lemming’s leap of freeride mayhem in Chatel, France, is exactly why. Thank goodness for trailside bushes.

Steve Casimiro is the editor of Adventure Journal.
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  • Scott Lockhart
    Scott Lockhart
    Reply

    Social Darwinism at its best. Time to thin the herd of the dumb ones.

  • Ben Proudlove
    Ben Proudlove
    Reply

    love the way he still tries to steer…..

  • Fabiano Couto
    Fabiano Couto
    Reply

    Argentinian style

  • SB
    Reply

    Made me spit my lunch out on the monitor.

  • Okierover
    Reply

    Lemmings anyone?
    I like the soccer-style career ending injury rolling around on the ground, very appropriate for Argentines. 😉

  • Aindriú MacCionnath
    Aindriú MacCionnath
    Reply

    So much fun…who hasn’t done something similar?

  • Craig Rowe
    Reply

    What’s French for “We need to pull traction on his femur?”

  • Joseph West
    Joseph West
    Reply

    why you ride the trail…not the back of a lead tire…

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