On Track w/ Curtis Keene: Episode 7 - Mountain Biking Will Ruin Your Life

On Track w/ Curtis Keene: Episode 7 - Mountain Biking Will Ruin Your Life

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On Track w/ Curtis Keene: Episode 7 - Mountain Biking Will Ruin Your Life

What would the downhill community do without the photographers of the media squid? They capture the best moments of the races, and the best place for great pictures is probably Whistler, Canada. Additionally, it’s the best place for mountain bikers of all sorts too. Can Curtis Keene make it against the local rider Jesse Melamed?

Follow top United States mountain biker Curtis Keene as he competes in the Enduro World Series. Experience iconic biking locations, along with an intimate look at the dedication and desire it takes to become the best in the world.

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