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Our Play Now series highlights an epic POV clip so you can get in on the action even when you're stuck behind a desk. When rider Kilian Bron got frustrated with a string of rainy weather, he decided to take things underground. In the film Into The Mine, the team rode around an abandoned mine shaft to find narrow technical terrain, bats, and cave drawings. It's safe to say the light of day and a little rain was a welcomed sight after spending so much time underground.