MTB freerider Makken Haugen rips down dangerous Ridgeline

MTB freerider Makken Haugen rips down dangerous Ridgeline


MTB freerider Makken Haugen rips down dangerous Ridgeline

Hold your breath as the freeride mountain biker Makken Haugen tackles Besseggen, one of Norway’s highest ridgelines. Normally off limits to two-wheeled visitors, Norway’s famed Jotunheimen area met Mads André ‘Makken’ Haugen with perfect conditions for cycling; sunshine, good visibility and little wind, and the exposed ridgeline and loose terrain made for one helluva descent.

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