Behind The Build: Progression with Hannah Bergemann

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A relentless sun is chasing the shadows back into their hiding. On an arid hillside a crew of people make tiny figures against a massive desert backdrop as they ascend towards patches of builds that will eventually be linked up and used to conquer the hill of the earth and the minds of mountain bikers.Covered by the dust that settles on everything, the team wear the color of the ground making them blend in to the alien landscape. They pass tumbleweeds and sagebrush on their way up, finding inspiration from the tenacious vegetation. When they reach the top they are caught by the wind on the hillside. Hannah BergemannThe same gust of wind rustles past a pair of feet sending debris flying towards a landing very far away. Hannah Bergemann is eying up a feature she and her build team has worked on for days in the Utah desert. It’s a big drop donning the the impossible looking entrance and exit which is characteristic for this venue. This rock, dirt and dust has had seasoned...

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