Video: Casey Brown and Cam McCaul CRASHING On Corbet’s Couloir

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December 2, 2017

The other day Teton Gravity Research put up a video of Casey Brown and Cam McCaul riding down the infamous Corbet’s Couloir, and now they’ve posted a making of video, showing Cam doing the first mountain bike run ever down it, then both of them dropping in… and crashing. The nerves are palpable, the speed breathtaking, and the crashes stomach turning. Both are okay, but if you’re squeamish at the sight of blood be warned:

(Can’t see it? Skip on over to YouTube with this link).

‘”What in the world am I doing?” Corbet’s Couloir is one of the most legendary and challenging ski runs in the world. This spring, Cam McCaul and Casey Brown attempted the first ever Mountain Bike descent of the double black diamond ski run. Here’s a behind-the-scenes look at Cam and Casey’s historical descent of Corbet’s Couloir. From TGR’s 2017 ski film Rogue Elements, presented by REI.’

Casey Brown and Cam McCaul crash on Corbet's Couloir.
It’s exactly like when you’re playing around in the woods above that two foot feature that has a little bit of mud on the run in. In a “not” kinda way.
Casey Brown and Cam McCaul crash on Corbet's Couloir.
Your camera crew definitely need ropes for this kind of thing.
Casey Brown and Cam McCaul crash on Corbet's Couloir.
If only all crashes were cause for this kind of celebration!

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