The Freeride World Tour is on for 2022, and this year’s competitions are shaping up to be bangerang.
We asked one adventurous writer to huck herself off the extreme terrain at Taos Ski Valley, N.M., in the name of her craft, and to try not to get herself killed in the process.
The Freeride World Tour Crash Reel Will Make You Feel Better About That Face Plant You Took In March
It wasn't all big sends and bolted stomps this season for Freeride World Tour athletes as there were more than a few spectacular crashes.
There was no shortage of big flips and spins during the 2021 Freeride World Tour. These are the best stomped tricks from each stop.
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While the shortened season certainly had plenty of ups and downs, these riders took care of the big drops at all four stops.
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Ross Tester has now won two competitions during his rookie Freeride World Tour season and a Polish rookie broke through in the women's field.
With an early start in Austria, the Freeride World Tour Event in Fieberbrunn is ready to rumble on the famed Wildseeloader Face.
The first FWT21 stop of the season in Fieberbrunn, Austria, won't take place until March 12 at the soonest. Patience is a virtue, right?
Andrew Pollard flashed the course in Andorra for his first FWT win and Switzerland's Elisabeth Gerritzen stomped her first 360 in the women's field.