Off Season: Episode 1 - Mountain bike legend Aaron Gwin rips Moto & MTB

Off Season: Episode 1 - Mountain bike legend Aaron Gwin rips Moto & MTB

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Off Season: Episode 1 - Mountain bike legend Aaron Gwin rips Moto & MTB

Aaron Gwin is the reigning UCI Mountain Bike World Cup title winner. When the cameras are rolling and the crowds are roaring, he’s the rider to watch. The quietly-spoken Californian lets his riding do the talking and as a result, he’s a man in demand.

The UCI World Cup season is relatively short however and outside of the white heat of the summertime battles, Aaron retreats to his native Cali. In our new series, Off-season, we hang out with the man they call ‘The Gwinner’ and find out what really makes him tick. Ep 1 takes us to his backyard playground in Morongo, CA for a little rip on the moto!

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