Seasons of Shred
Seasons of Shred short SOS is a new Projekt witch Andrew Taylor and I created. SOS is a new platform where people can follow our Trips.
We are able to update our SOS homepage mobile during each trip. You can follow us in every country and see whats going on! You will find the blog, pictures and videos on our HP www.seasonsofshred.com.
After exploring Peru a few months prior, the Seasons of Shred crew now heads to Italy to check out the spectacular views and trails the Dolomites have to offer. Together with austrian Bike Trail World Champion Tom Öhler they are set to experience stunning terrain and another trip of a lifetime. Don`t miss new Episodes from Seasons of Shred! Adventure MTB Way Out In The Dolomites
Seasons of Shred follows the MTB crew of Andrew Taylor, Niki Leitner, and filmaker Fabian Kluhs down to the incredible Andes mountains in Peru. There they meet up with long time friend Garett Buehler to explore the terrain while learning about the country’s unique culture. As they prepare for the Inca Avalanche race, they also scour the old Inca trails around Cuzco for one of Peru’s best kept secrets: sick MTB downhill and cross country trails. Peru has a lot to offer and shows amazing potential for the sport of mountain biking. Stay tuned for part 2 of the Inca Invasion! These Guys Discover MTB Gold in Peru.
In Episode 2 of mountain bike masterpiece Seasons of Shred, the crew’s journey through the highlands of Peru continues. We follow them from Cusco to Ollantaytambo to take part in the Inca Avalanche race, a hardcore enduro event. But it wasn’t all work and no play. After some grueling days at the Inca Avalanche it was time to check out one of the seven wonders of the world, Machu Picchu. After a quick visit the crew found one last mtb riding stop above the Sacred Valley before ending their Inca invasion. Pinning It Down Inca Trail, Machu Picchu.
After visiting Fukui Izumi resort one year prior to this trip there was no doubt we had to go back and spend more time there with the full crew. With such awesome people and access to a full mountain with tons of resources it was definetely one of our favortie trips to date.