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Peru 2014
Photo c. John Wellburn/Red Bull

The word epic gets tossed around quite a bit these days, but just what is epic really? It’s pretty safe to say that Darren Berrecloth’s latest adventure with friends in the Peruvian Andes would quality. Setting off with Garett Buehler, Chris Van Dine and photographer John Wellburn, the group rode in search of lost ancient ruins, an Incan road that may or may not actually exist, and completely unknown terrain – especially by bike. In nine days the crew rode or hiked somewhere around 40,000 feet of elevation.

This is one video you don’t want to miss catch the teaser, plus a few bonus clips after the jump…

Hooked? Check out the 19 minute full length video here.

From Lizard Skins:

James Doerfling has been on the Lizard Skins roster for his entire riding career and we’re excited to have him as part of the Lizard Skins family. Generally James doesn’t say much and just let’s his riding do the talking. With that in mind enjoy the silent trail assassin James Doerfling as we celebrate with some riding from the previous season to help welcome the upcoming 2015 season.

It turns out Kali Protectives’ new star Nicholi Rogatkin is as much as a perfectionist on the bike as he is with his videos.  This re-edited clip from Highland Mountain in New Hampshire is worthy of another watch. Bangers on top of bangers.

Proving you don’t need Summer trails or a film crew for a fun edit, White Trails 6 was completely self-filmed by Marcus F. with a Nikon D3100 and D3300.

Finally, we have a little Devinci Spartan love from “Whistler ripper/raconteur Ian Morrison.”
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9 years ago

gotta love a red knolly!

Ricardo Batlle
Ricardo Batlle
9 years ago

As a Peruvian/USA citizen I totally disagree to ride those milenary ancient sacred trails
Nothing but destroying those paths
It is pathetic,ride anywhere you want but not there,by the way this is not the first time it’s happening on this documentary video ,this goes to Yeti as well
I am an avid Mtb racer with respect,consideration and respect for our history

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